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Port of Los Angeles Remains Open and Operational During Global Health Crisis

The Port of Los Angeles and San Pedro Bay Port Complex are on heightened alert and the U.S. Coast Guard is assessing all inbound vessels. There are currently no reports of any vessel impacts due to COVID-19 at any of our terminals. All Port of Los Angeles terminals are open and operational and we are conducting business as usual.


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Port of Los Angeles Information on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Port of Los Angeles Information on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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KABC: Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka on Coronavirus Impact

On ABC7 Eyewitness News, Executive Director Gene Seroka gives an update to David Ono and Ellen Leyva about how the Port of Los Angeles is operating amid the COVID-19 public health crisis, while preparing for the arrival of the U.S. Navy's USNS Mercy hospital ship.
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'We’ve had 2 huge shocks to the system:' Port of LA's executive director on Yahoo Finance

Executive Director Gene Seroka says all marine terminals remain “open for business,” albeit with additional cleaning and more stringent health and safety guidelines.
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Medical Supplies Needed

The Port of Los Angeles is moving medical supplies quickly to hospitals and health care providers. There is a critical need in Southern California for N95 masks, face guards, ventilators that are both intrusive and non-intrusive, IV-drip apparatus, isolation gowns and other medical supplies. If you can offer any of these supplies, please email [email protected].


We are L.A.’s gateway to the world. For nearly two decades, the Port of Los Angeles has moved more cargo than any other port in the nation, more than doubling volumes during this time. We are a major economic driver for the local, regional and national economy.

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Our commitment goes beyond just cargo. We are dedicated to educating our community about Port operations and the positive impact of international trade. We also serve as a connector to the LA Waterfront, creating opportunities for everyone to have access and enjoyment.

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We are setting the standard for responsible, sustainable growth. Facilitating global change while protecting the environment is a delicate balance at the nation’s busiest seaport. Achieving this balance requires vision, collaboration and commitment.

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In compliance with the current COVID-19 social distancing restrictions,
the Port of Los Angeles has canceled all public events scheduled for March and April.

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