Judiciary Preparedness for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Federal courts are individually coordinating with state and local health officials to obtain local information about the coronavirus (COVID-19), and some have issued orders relating to court business, and public and employee safety. Use the Federal Court Finder to link to a court’s website for court specific information. This webpage will be updated as information is available. 

Nationally, the federal Judiciary is working together and closely with a number of federal agencies to monitor and share information. 

The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts (AO) organized a task force, which includes representatives from the General Services Administrative, the U.S. Marshals Service, Federal Occupational Health, and other federal partners as a single point of contact to share information and guidance related to the coronavirus outbreak as it relates to the Judiciary. The AO is also providing courts, probation and pretrial offices, and defender services organizations with human resources, budget, and other guidance and continual updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 

Find the latest on COVID-19 and preventative measures to take from the CDC.