Page Updated: Thursday, January 28, 2021


Los Angeles County – Find out if it’s your turn to get the Covid-19 Vaccine / Confirme su elegibilidad para la vacuna COVID-19

Check your eligibility for the Covid-19 Vaccine

Confirme su elegibilidad para la vacuna COVID-19

Learn about the benefits of getting the COVID-19 Vaccine

Questions about the COVID-19 Vaccine – Si tiene pregustas sobre la vacuna y necesita más información por favor valla a la siguiente página de internet y seleccione su idioma


AETNA – Your employees now have access to more walk-in clinics

Making employee health care even more convenient and affordable


Mayor Eric Garcetti Masks Mandate 4/7/2020

English and Spanish 2 pages: Mayor Eric Garcetti Masks Mandate 4/7/2020


Free COVID-19 Testing

The City of Los Angeles, in partnership with the County of Los Angeles and CORE (Community Organized Relief Effort), is providing free COVID-19 testing to ALL Los Angeles County residents, whether or not you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.

Priority for the same or next day testing is still given to people with symptoms, such as fever, cough, and shortness of breath.

Testing is also prioritized for certain critical front-line workers who interact with the public while working. Click the Testing for Front Line Workers button for more details.

Testing is by appointment only.

Schedule your free COVID-19 Test today


RBC Wealth Management – Coronavirus and Financial Difficulties

RBC Wealth Management – How to navigate the resources available


AETNA – Updated Information: COVID-19

AETNA – Keeping you informed: Updated COVID-19 testing guidance

AETNA – COVID-19 resources for members and employers

AETNA – Resources for coping with COVID-19


Masks Mandated / Safer At Home Order for the City of Los Angeles

Masks Mandated in City of Los Angeles and San Bernardino County

Worker Protection Order – Safer At Home Order for the City of Los Angeles


Transit Letter for employees going to and from work

A letter from Timely – English

A letter from Timely – Spanish


Request sick leave or FMLA leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

FMLA Employee Request Form

Request for Emergency Paid Sick Leave


Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security(CARES) Act

Cares Act FAQ


Employee Rights / Derechos Del Empleado

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act) – English

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act) – Spanish


If you were considered a non-essential worker you can apply for unemployment

EDD file Unemployment, (using a laptop/desktop)

EDD file Unemployment, (using a smartphone or tablet)

EDD file Unemployment, (using a smartphone or tablet) and FAQ’s

Reach out to EDD Representatives By Phone:

They are available at the following toll-free numbers, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 12 noon (Pacific time) except on state holidays.
English: 1-800-300-5616
Spanish: 1-800-326-8937

TTY: 1-800-815-9387


COVID-19 Related information from Aetna

CVS Health today announced its waiving cost-sharing and co-pays for inpatient hospital admissions related to COVID-19 at all in-network facilities for members of Aetna-insured commercial plan sponsors. This is part of several additional steps to help members access care that they need during the COVID-19 pandemic. This policy is effective immediately for any such admission through June 1, 2020.

Please see attached latest Aetna PDF info for Covid-19. Also its very important that clients/employees are checking the website or link for most up to date information.

I think its best as there are links within the answers that employees can click on for further details;

What you need to know about the coronavirus (COVID-19) – Aetna Website

What you need to know about the coronavirus (COVID-19) – pdf downlaod

Coronavirus (COVID-19)- Frequently Asked Questions – pdf download

COVID-19: Member cost shares will be waived for any Teladoc general medical visit – pdf download





Timely provides essential services, so we may continue to operate

CISA – Cyber + Infrastructure


Timely is complying with all directives set forth by our Governor

Statewide Order from Governor Newsom

County Order from Los Angeles County Health Officer

LA City Order from Mayor Garcetti


Currently Timely is manufacturing with limited capacity as we have some employees working from home, some employees who have elected to stay home for 14 days, and employees over 65 who are in the high risk category. Additionally we furloughed some of our non-essential workers for the next 30 days as well as temporary employees on our second shift. This allows us to do our best at social distancing. We will update this page daily as we learn more.