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Posted on: September 28, 2020

Addressing coronavirus: New website launches Oct. 1

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ANAHEIM, Calif. (Sept. 28, 2020) — More than six months in to the coronavirus crisis, Anaheim’s coronavirus information hub is getting a makeover. 

On Oct. 1, we’ll be sharing with the community a new and improved website at

The update reflects where we are in addressing this crisis in Anaheim and Orange County, while the site continues to provide a central hub for data, resources and city services for Anaheim residents and businesses.

The new website is easier to navigate, implements a new logo and updated color scheme, and is more mobile-friendly. 

You’ll still be able to easily find daily COVID-19 case counts for the city, ZIP codes and the county. At the same time, the redesign focuses on more convenient access to aid such as the city’s Rental Assistance Program, the Internet Access Rebate and restaurant and retail relief. 

When the coronavirus crisis began earlier this year, nobody could foresee the profound impacts it would have on our community and our economy. We launched the original coronavirus page in real time and expanded it with new links and pages as the city, county and state launched new programs and provided more information on the worsening pandemic.

Six months in, it’s clear that coronavirus will be with us for some time to come. As such, we need a webpage that is comprehensive, well organized and has room for growth. 

The new page does just that, with a seamless integration into our current site.

We continue to post consistent updates on our social media platforms as well as send out a weekly email newsletter summarizing new information for residents and businesses.

Check out the updated site at and thanks to everyone in our community for continuing to do your part to stem the spread of coronavirus. 

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