Walk to END EPILEPSY® Postponed Due to Latest Policy on COVID-19

Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Los Angeles Postpones its Walk to END EPILEPSY® Planned for March 22 at the Rose Bowl Due to Latest Policy on COVID-19 by State Health Experts and Government Agencies

Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Los Angeles is closely monitoring the evolving situation surrounding COVID-19 (coronavirus). In light of the updated policy by the California Department of Public Health and recommendations issued by California Governor and Los Angeles Mayor that public gatherings of more than 50 people are banned, we are postponing our Walk to END EPILEPSY® at the Rose Bowl.

The health and well-being of our event participants and families, volunteers, staff, partners and the Greater Los Angeles community, remain the top priority. And therefore, we are following the guidelines issued by our public health experts and erring on the side of caution for those in our community who may be at higher risk.

We are sorry we won’t be seeing you on March 22, and we appreciate your continued support as we adapt our plans and solidify a date during November 2020.

As we finalize plans to host the Walk during November Epilepsy Awareness Month and continue to follow developments surrounding coronavirus in the Greater Los Angeles region, we will be in touch and consistently updating our community through our digital platforms.

Visit WalktoEndEpilepsy.org/LA for the latest information about the Walk and read the FAQs about the postponement

Questions? Contact Elisa Brooke at ebrooke@endepilepsy.org or Hannah Enriquez at henriquez@endepilepsy.org. You can also call us at 310.670.2870. 


Published: March 12, 2020