Tag: coronavirus

Santa Monica Opens Recreational Facilities Beginning With Tennis

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SANTA MONICA—The city of Santa Monica unveiled plans to slowly reopen recreational facilities on Tuesday, May 26 amidst COVID-19 shutdowns. Per the announcement the...

County To Appoint “Much Needed” Nursing Home Inspector

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CALIFORNIA—On Tuesday, May 26, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors (BOS) unanimously voted to - for the first time ever - appoint an...

COVID-19 Patients Are Not Infectious After 11 Days

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SINGAPORE—According to a new study released on May 23, which was conducted by experts in Singapore who monitor situations pertaining to infectious disease, patients...

Local Artists Organizes Drive-By Art Gallery

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CALIFORNIA—On Friday May 23, 2020, Local artist Warren Neidich along with Renee Petropoulos, Anuradha Vikram, and Michael Slenske organized a Drive-By-Art gallery in the...

Memorial Day COVID-19 Restrictions By State Color

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UNITED STATES—On Monday, May 25, Americans across the United States will observe Memorial Day in honor of those who died while serving in the...

Santa Monica City Staff Proposes Restorations To Key Services

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SANTA MONICA—Noting a $224 million budget deficit over the next two years due to the impact of the coronavirus, on Friday, May 22, Santa...

Historic WWII Planes Flyover Los Angeles For Memorial Day

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LOS ANGELES—Eighteen historic World War II planes will soar over Los Angeles, Riverside, and Orange County on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, to honor...

Pepperdine Professor McGoldrick Dies From Coronavirus Complications

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MALIBU—On Saturday, May 16, Pepperdine University announced the passing of 76-year-old professor of law, Jim McGoldrick. His death was a result of complications related...

Churches Plan To Reopen Despite Newsom’s Orders

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AMERICA—On Wednesday, May 20, a lawyer representing a Lodi church that sued California Governor Newsom, indicated more than 1,200 California pastors have signed a...

U.S. Health Secretary Indicates No COVID-19 Spikes In Reopening Areas

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WASHINGTON—On Sunday, May 17, the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar said that thus far, authorities have not noticed any COVID-19...

Limitations And Regulations Enforced On Malibu Beaches

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MALIBU—The Los Angeles Sheriff's Department Malibu/Lost Hills station and the Department of Public Health have enforced beach rules, limitations, and regulations to ensure public...

Closed Streets, Free Fans, Compulsory Face Coverings In Order

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—On Monday, May 18, the City of West Hollywood announced that Paul Arevalo, the City Manager and Director of Emergency Services, had issued...

COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate Shows Promise, Enters Second Phase

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UNITED STATES—A COVID-19 vaccine candidate shows promise from a Massachusetts company which revealed the news on Monday, May 18.  A COVID-19 vaccine candidate manufactured by...

Salon Workers Rally At Capitol Pushing For Reopening

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CALIFORNIA—On Monday, May 18, salon industry workers rallied at the California State Capitol, pushing for salons to reopen. Salons are currently listed as “higher-risk workplaces”...

Flatten The Curve NGO Making House Calls During COVID-19

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HOLLYWOOD—Flatten The Curve, a non-profit organization founded by Adam Rider is allowing FTC members and volunteers to deliver essential supplies and goods to the...

LA County Officials “Look Forward” To Schools Reopening In The Fall

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CALIFORNIA—During a live-streamed town hall meeting on Saturday, May 16, Los Angeles County Public Health Director Dr. Barbara Ferrer mentioned that county officials are...

County Officials Announce Drive-In Graduations Are Illegal

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CALIFORNIA—During a virtual town hall livestream on Saturday, May 16, Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl and Public Health Director Dr. Barbara Ferrer discussed...

LA County Fair Canceled First Time Since WWII

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CALIFORNIA—For the first time since World War II and the second time ever, the annual LA County Fair is going “on a hiatus” in...

Sherman Oaks Ralphs Employee Dies From COVID-19

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SHERMAN OAKS— A Ralphs employee in Sherman Oaks is one of two in Los Angeles County to die from COVID-19 in the last week. The...

Face Coverings Compulsory, Curbside Delivery For Most Businesses

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CALIFORNIA—On Wednesday, May 13, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti issued an order requiring all Angelenos to wear face coverings when outside their homes. “We all...
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