Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates
Frequently asked questions and resources about Reopening, COVID-19 Vaccine, and resources are answered here.
THE MOST RECENT LA COUNTY HEALTH ORDER REQUIRES MASKS TO BE WORN INDOORS REGARDLESS OF VACCINATION STATUS AND MANDATES VACCINATION OR NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST RESULT FOR OUTDOOR MEGA EVENTS AND VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS FOR BARS, BREWERIES, WINERIES, DISTILLERIES, NIGHTCLUBS, AND LOUNGES FOR INDOOR SERVICES. LA COUNTY HEALTH ORDER HAS ALSO BEEN REVISED WITH NEW ISOLATION AND QUARANTINE GUIDLINES. GET ALL THE DETAILS HERE.
Need a COVID Test? President Biden has made 4 free At-Home Test Kits available for every residential address within the United States. Please visit COVIDTests.gov to order yours.
* Page last updated January 24, 2022*
COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement
Burbank continues to comply with LA County's Health Order which requires COVID-19 Vaccine verification for customers and onsite employess at indoor portions of bars, wineries, breweries, night clubs and lounges.
Vaccines and Boosters
The following documents and webpages include important information about vaccine eligibility, booster information, and more.
- COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility
- COVID-19 Vaccine: When You've Been Fully Vaccinated
- COVID-19 Vaccine: How to Get Vaccinated
- COVID-19 Vaccines Booster Doses
- COVID-19: Doses for People Who are Immunocompromised
COVID Testing options are available throughout LA County including the following programs: Pick-Up Testing Kits or At-Home Testing.
Face maks and coverings are required indoors regardless of vaccination status. Effecitve January 17th, Employees in LA County who work indoors alongside others will be required to wear medial-grade masks.
Requirements for Employers
The COVID-19 Ongoing Requirements for Employers document summarizes ongoing requirements that employers must continue to follow in accordance with state, county, and local rules. Please see the links contained in the document for more detailed information about the requirements, including FAQs.
Other pertinent information and resources can be found on the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health website at http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/
The CA State Residential Eviction Order is set to expire September 30, 2021. This law supersedes local eviction orders and put in place temporary protections for residential renters unable to pay rent due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Eligible residential tenants impacted by COVID-19 may be able to rely on the Los Angeles County’s emergency moratorium but ultimately, in an eviction action, a court will decide.
With the state residential eviction order ending, beginning October 1, 2021, landlords may proceed with eviction proceedings for past due rent. Therefore, it is urgent that residential tenants protect themselves from eviction for unpaid rent due to COVID-19 hardship by applying to the State Rental Assistance program at Housingiskey.com. The California COVID-19 Rent Relief program is an official State of California sponsored program. Households can get up to 100% of their rental debt paid. Apply now at HousingIsKey.com or call (833) 430-2122; before eviction protections end on September 30, 2021.
LA County Eviction Order Update:
LA County Board of extended the LA County eviction order that protects residential rents and certain commercial tenants to January 2022. Under this order, Burbank commercial and residential tenants may have protections under the county ordinance, but that decision will be determined by the courts. More info here.City of Burbank Commercial Eviction Order Update:
The City of Burbank Commercial eviction ordinance that protected certain commercial tenants from eviction for the non-payment of rent caused by COVID-19 is also set to expire on September 30, 2021. Eligible commercial tenants impacted by COVID-19 may also be able to rely on the Los Angeles County’s emergency moratorium but ultimately, in an eviction action, a court will decide.
Eligible commercial tenants that were protected from eviction via the City commercial eviction moratorium have six (6) months from the expiration of the City’s commercial order (September 30, 2021) to pay back due rent; until March 31, 2022. For more information on the rent repayment period and commercial tenant resources, please visit the City’s COVID-19 website at burbankca.gov/business-resources.
- April 1, 2021, Burbank Extends Commerical Eviction Moratorium to June 30, 2021
- September 30, 2020, Burbank Extending Local Commercial Eviction Moratorium
- September 30, 2020, Burbank Face Covering Order
- September 30, 2020, Burbank City Council Eviction Ordinance Sunsets
- September 29, 2020, Burbank Extends Emergency Order Closing San Fernando Blvd in the Downtown until January 18, 2021
- August 26, 2020, Burbank Extends Emergency order Closing San Fernando Blvd in the Downtown
- July 28, 2020, Temporarily Allowing Restaurants to Use Private Parking Lots for Outdoor Dining
- April 21, 2020, NEW Urgency Ordinance Specifying Date of Repayment of Rent
- April 10, 2020, Burbank Issues Order Requiring Face Coverings
- March 17, 2020, Urgency Ordinance Prohibiting Evictions of Residential and Commercial Tenants for Non-payment of Rent due to COVID-19