A safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine is one of the most important interventions to end the COVID-19 pandemic. In active partnership with the state and federal government, San Mateo County Health is committed to being transparent, careful, and above all, equitable in providing COVID-19 vaccines to everyone who needs and requests vaccination.
East Palo Alto Free Testing Schedule
Week of January 18-22, 2021
MONDAY 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
St. Francis of Assisi church.
1425 Bay Rd, East Palo Alto, CA 94303
Mouth swab 5+years.
Tuesday - Saturday 12 noon- 6:00 pm
Next to the EPA HOME DEPOT Nose test
1781 E Bayshore Rd, East Palo Alto, CA 94303
Register online: avellinocov2.com
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.
CESAR CHAVEZ MIDDLE SCHOOL -Ages 5+ mouth test
2450 Ralmar Ave, East Palo Alto, CA 94303
WEDNESDAY 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Head Start - Ages 5+ mouth test
951 O'Connor Street, East Palo Alto, CA 94303
THURSDAY and FRIDAY 8:00 am-3:00 pm
Ravenswood City School District
2160 Euclid Ave, East Palo Alto
Project Baseline nose test 18+ and Curative Ages 5+ mouth test
Need to test a group or special needs resident at your site in EPA?
Schedule at-your-door contactless mouth test with the city of EAST PALO ALTO. Ages 5+ CALL OR TEXT Michelle Daher 650-665-0482
As a service to our neighbors, the following web links and phone numbers have been assembled from what are considered to be reliable sources. But we have not had the opportunity to review each one for accuracy. What we know is that a lot of service providers have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic that has interrupted their ability to provide their usual services, and operating days and hours. Things are changing literally day-by-day. So please forgive us if you find inaccuracies in these listings. You are welcome to submit corrections so that we can better serve our community.
Useful Coronavirus Links
Updates Includes five organizations running food programs, Moratorium on Residential Evictions for Non-Payment of Rent by Tenants Impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic, and more.
Find Community Services in San Mateo County. The easy-to-use web browser works on various platforms, desktops, tablets, and smartphones, and is available in five different languages. Unless otherwise noted, telephone numbers listed in the Handbook are in the 650 area code.
The Market at Edgewood
The store has a $50 minimum for orders, a 15% personal shopping fee and a flat $15 fee for deliveries within a 5-mile radius. They accept EBT (Electronic Benefit Transfer) and orders can be placed at
Where to Find Food —search by zipcode
Meals on Wheels
Provides prepared hot-meal delivery to the homes of persons age 60 or over or homebound who are unable to prepare their own meals. Also provides a human connection and referrals to resources.
Mobile Meals to homebound seniorsand folks with disabilities will continue as long as we have drivers, but they will not make direct contact with clients. (650) 294-4312.
A Message from the County
The County has been overwhelmed with offers of volunteers and donations to respond to the many needs. The County Emergency Operations Center staff have mobilized many supports for the health response including a system for people who want to volunteer their talents to do so. If you know anyone who would like to play a role please share this survey . There is also a new system in place to accept donations of medical supplies that are not widely available so they can be used. There is an email box to receive these offers of assistance: