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We are experiencing very challenging times as the outbreak of COVID-19 hits every city of Los Angeles County. However, our leadership committee is continuing to convene via Zoom video conferencing as we discuss what is going on in Compton, what are the needs, how are people feeling, and how we can collaborate with other organizations. BSCEC will continue to keep our community up to date through our website, BSCEC Facebook page, emails and text messages.

Compton Mayor Aja Brown is also providing up to date information on Facebook to Compton residents.

For information on what's going on in Compton and services available please see the City's social media page. Please continue to stay at home; we are safer by self-isolating, keeping 6 feet apart, and limiting unnecessary outings. The City of Compton has prepared a Resource Guide to provide information to the Compton community, attached below.

For more information on the status of the virus, the City of Los Angeles recommends reliable sources of information such as the Los Angeles County Public Health Department, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).

Stay Strong Compton we are in this together.


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