Angelenos In Action is a voluntary public health survey that helps slow the spread of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County. Together, we can help keep the virus in check.
By signing up for our short weekly survey, you will provide information that can assist Public Health workers in protecting our neighbors, friends, and loved ones who make being an Angeleno so special. Information collected will help us understand the health of LA County in real time. We can use this information to prioritize our public health response and better allocate resources to highly impacted communities.
Help us save lives!
COVID-19’s toll has disproportionately affected many vulnerable communities. This data helps us to see trends that can give us better insight into how COVID-19 impacts specific communities and geographic areas. This can help us to prioritize our public health response by helping us understand the health of LA County in real time.
NOTE: Your data will be kept completely private. The data will only be used for department purposes and will be protected as required by law. Protecting privacy is important, and we will not share the individual data of any participants. Survey data will be kept confidential and Public Health intends to provide only summary information on the data collected that will not include any individual identifiers. Click here for more details about privacy.
Thank you for joining us on the LA County Road to Recovery!
Yes, if at any time, you no longer wish to participate, just text “STOP” to (833) 228-3056 or click the link to opt out in the email.If you made a mistake or want to rejoin, you will need to sign up again by texting "@PROTECT" to (833) 228-3056 or clicking here.
Remember, if you do become sick, call your doctor or care provider! Texting us will not connect you to medical treatment or testing. For emergencies, call 911. If you do not have a doctor, call 211. For more information about what to do if you are sick, visit ph.lacounty.gov/covidcare
Free testing resources are available at: covid19.lacounty.gov/testing
You can learn more about COVID-19 at: the LA County Department of Public Health or CDC COVID-19 webpages.
Other questions? Please email us at AngelenosInAction@ph.lacounty.gov