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YMCA Supports Hospital Workers

Marissa Szyslowski, single mother of three and a nurse at El Camino Hospital, recalls panicking the moment she heard schools were closing due to the shelter-in-place orders. But the El Camino Health Foundation, in partnership with the El Camino YMCA, rapidly established a child care program to support essential workers at the hospital.
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Help Your Community - Stay with the Y

We deeply appreciate the understanding and patience of our Y members as we navigate the challenging circumstances related to the Coronavirus. After closing our facilities on March 17, we have a limited number of staff still working, all of whom are doing their best to assist you, while supporting rising community needs.
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Coronavirus Impact: YMCA Launches Program

Coronavirus Impact: YMCA launches program to provide critical care for essential workers’ children MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (KGO) -- With many Bay Area schools now closed until May, many frontline and essential workers are scrambling to find child care.
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Your Membership Makes a Difference

To Our Members, We deeply appreciate your understanding and patience as we navigate the challenging circumstances related to the Coronavirus. We are all operating in unknown territory right now, and we are working as quickly as we can to keep you updated and address your questions.
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COVID-19 CLOSURE

Thank you for being a part of the Y community. We care about you and want to support you and your family during this public health crisis. To say that these times are unprecedented and confusing is an understatement. We, at the Y, will do whatever we can to lessen the burden for you, your loved ones and our community as a whole. 
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Coronavirus Protocol at the Y - March 16, 2020

As the current public health situation evolves, we are continually evaluating how we can best serve your needs and keep our community healthy. We are also closely monitoring and implementing all new guidance from the Public Health Department and The Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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