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Census outreach efforts hampered by coronavirus pandemic

When members of the Orange County Herald Center saw their face-to-face census outreach campaigns screech to a halt with the coronavirus pandemic and statewide lock-downs, they got creative. The Christian nonprofit, which largely engages the Chinese community, quickly shifted gears by getting their youth, most of whom are home because of school closures, engaged in a texting campaign, said Sarah Middleton, census consultant with Charitable Ventures in Costa Mesa, which partners with several nonpr...
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Alien Ant Farm, Riverside’s Packinghouse Brewing Company collaborate on new beer

Alien Ant Farm will drop a new collaboration this week, but you won’t find this exclusive on Spotify or Tidal — the rock band has teamed up with Riverside’s Packinghouse Brewing Company for a new beer. The double hazy IPA, dubbed “IPAAF,” is the result of a months-long partnership between the Riverside brewery and the alternative rock band, which started in Riverside. People will be able to pick up four-can packs from the brewery as of April 4. Terry Corso, Alien Ant Farm’s guitarist, said the p...
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Coronavirus infects 1 inmate and 4 more employees at state prison in Chino

An inmate at a state prison in Chino has tested positive for coronavirus, as well as four additional employees who work at the facility, officials said Sunday, March 29. The prisoner in Chino is the first incarcerated person at the California Institution for Men (CIM) to contract COVID-19, Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) officials said in an update on their website. A second inmate at the California State Prison, Los Angeles County in Lancaster was also diagnosed with the dis...
Tags: News, Prison, California, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, Long Beach, Gavin Newsom, Riverside, Department of Corrections, Chino, Lancaster, LA County, Simas, CIM, Newsom


Whicker: Riverside City College, Santiago Canyon remember shock of stoppage time

Where were you when the music stopped? Phil Mathews and the Riverside City College men’s basketball team were just passing Magic Mountain, on the way to Lemoore for the state tournament. “I’d had a bad feeling,” he said. “They said they were going to play without fans. I said, OK, we can do that. Then when the NBA called everything off, I said, that’s it.” The call came, and Mathews told the bus driver to pull over, and he turned to his team and explained that a surprising 21-9 season would be s...
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Coronavirus fallout: Toilet paper alternatives clogging toilets, sewers

Jeff Taylor said he has learned a few things since widespread panic ensued amid the coronavirus outbreak, perhaps most importantly that there is no substitute for toilet paper. Now the San Clemente resident of 15 years is spending $11,200 to replace the sewer pipe running beneath his house on Calle Mendoza, nestled in the hills overlooking the Pacific Ocean, to the city connection in the street. A sign hangs at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival venue Monday, Oct. 2, 2017, in Las Vegas. A d...
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Coronavirus closures lead owners to board up some Southern California businesses

Furry Faces boarded up its windows amid concerns about burglaries as they stay open for business during the coronavirus crisis in Redlands on Thursday, March 26, 2020. (Photo by Terry Pierson, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) Darby’s American Cantina boarded up their windows with plywood with heart shaped oranges on them amid concerns about burglaries during the coronavirus crisis in Redlands on Thursday, March 26, 2020. (Photo by Terry Pierson, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) Sound The galler...
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Coronavirus closures lead business owners in some Southern California cities to board up shops

Furry Faces boarded up its windows amid concerns about burglaries as they stay open for business during the coronavirus crisis in Redlands on Thursday, March 26, 2020. (Photo by Terry Pierson, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) Darby’s American Cantina boarded up their windows with plywood with heart shaped oranges on them amid concerns about burglaries during the coronavirus crisis in Redlands on Thursday, March 26, 2020. (Photo by Terry Pierson, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) Sound The galler...
Tags: Facebook, News, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Goodwill, Lausd, Baker, Goodwill Industries, Southern California, San Bernardino, Riverside, Darby, Claremont, San Fernando Valley, Atlantic Avenue


California’s DMV to close field offices to the public starting Friday over coronavirus fears

The California Department of Motor Vehicles is shutting public access to its field offices across the state in response to the coronavirus outbreak, officials said late Thursday. Starting Friday, those offices will be closed to the public in order to ensure customers’ safety during the evolving pandemic, the department said. The offices will re-open April 2, but only in a “virtual” capacity in which employees will be at their jobs on site, but the public will interact with them only online, acco...
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Here’s how LA County will likely benefit from $2.2 trillion coronavirus disaster bill

Local officials vow that the $2.2 trillion federal disaster aid bill that’s expected to be signed by the president on Friday, March 27 will have a robust impact in L.A. County, where the coronavirus virus continues to take lives and wreak economic havoc. It couldn’t come soon enough for L.A. County, where on Thursday, the toll continued it exponential climb: 21 deaths, 1,230 cases. And economically, most of the region’s businesses remained shut down, and their staffs out of work, wondering if th...
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Positive coronavirus case puts Fort MacArthur housing, LA Air Force Base on alert

A person in the housing area on Fort MacArthur in San Pedro has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, officials at the Los Angeles Air Force Base announced late Thursday, March 26. In response, the installation commander declared a public health emergency for the air base, in El Segundo. The 61st Medical Squadron’s Public Health office was notified of the diagnosis. Fort MacArthur is an annex of the L.A. Air Force Base; it includes housing and offices. A news release that went out from the ...
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Number of coronavirus infected LAPD officers grows to 15

An additional six employees of the Los Angeles Police Department have tested positive for the novel coronavirus this week, bringing the number of cases within the agency up to 15 as of Thursday, March 26. Two of the latest cases of COVID-19 among LAPD staff were detected between Tuesday and Thursday, said Jessica Kellogg, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles Emergency Management Department. At least one was a civilian employee, but most were sworn members of the department. All 15 patients, as well...
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Number of cornavirus infected LAPD officers grows to 15

An additional six employees of the Los Angeles Police Department have tested positive for the novel coronavirus this week, bringing the number of cases within the agency up to 15 as of Thursday, March 26. Two of the latest cases of COVID-19 among LAPD staff were detected between Tuesday and Thursday, said Jessica Kellogg, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles Emergency Management Department. At least one was a civilian employee, but most were sworn members of the department. All 15 patients, as well...
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‘It’s a scary situation’: LA-area’s frontline healthcare workers face coronavirus amid ‘limited’ supplies

For Sandra Beltran, the drive to work these days is unsettling. An emergency room nurse at Olive View-UCLA Medical Center in Sylmar, she never thought in her 15-year career there she’d be in a position to worry about having enough supplies to do her job. But the coronovirus outbreak has changed that, she said Thursday. Masks. Gowns. PAPRs (respiratory protection gear). Specialized cleaning wipes. Facemasks. Ventilators. They are among the machines and vital personal protective equipment (PPE) in...
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LA stands up 8 emergency homeless shelters against coronavirus pandemic, with more on the way

Rich Graig stands by to check in homeless at the Granada Hills Recreation Center Wednesday, March 25, 2020. The center has been converted in an emergency homeless shelter with medical personnel during the day, police presence, temperature checks and other features amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Antony Croo at the Granada Hills Recreation Center Wednesday, March 25, 2020. Croo has been staying at the center since last Thursday after it was...
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State Parks announces more parking closures, including Orange County beaches and Riverside area parks, to curb coronavirus spread

California State Parks beefed up its list of parking lot closures on Thursday, March 26, adding to restrictions to the public to try and stop the spread of coronvirus. The state had already put in lot closures for a handful of beaches in Los Angeles County and beyond after big crowds showed up last weekend, concerning officials who worry about people not adhering to the social distancing rules of being 6-feet away from one another. That list excluded Orange County’s beaches, but Thursday’s annou...
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Garcetti urges garment industry to make 5 million masks against coronavirus for those on non-medical frontline

Faced with one of the biggest jump so far in coronavirus cases in Los Angeles County, coupled with the news of an unheard-of 3.2 million lost jobs in the past week, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced on Thursday, March 26, he was recruiting local garment workers to take part in an effort to manufacture 5 million masks, and eventually other life-saving health supplies. Garcetti began his daily briefing commenting on the unemployment numbers released that morning that has illustrated the effect that th...
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March 26 message from LAUSD Superintendent Beutner regarding closed schools amid coronavirus outbreak

Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Austin Beutner released this message on Thursday evening, March 26, an update on the district’s status amid the novel coronavirus outbreak. My message today is to the 75,000 dedicated employees of Los Angeles Unified who are answering the call to serve. Principals and teachers working selflessly to find creative ways to help their students continue to learn. Truck drivers, cafeteria workers, playground aides and countless others who are helping ...
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Is your grocer stocked? Some supplies return as coronavirus quarantines continue

The meat is back. So too is a limited supply of eggs and milk. But toilet paper? Not so fast, shoppers. Weeks after Southern California’s supermarkets were ravaged by hordes of shoppers on a coronavirus buying binge, grocery shelves are gradually returning to normal. The meat counter was fully stocked early Thursday at an Albertsons in Riverside. There were also ample supplies of produce, dairy and other essentials. Still missing was bread, rice, pasta, flour and packaged quick dinners. And the ...
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12 Southern California museums and cultural centers you can visit virtually

The entire state may be on lockdown due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, but that doesn’t mean people can’t visit museums and cultural institutions, at least virtually. In response to the stay-at-home order to fight the spread of the virus, several local institutions are offering a way to experience culture, art and science with new online programming. Much of the online programming is free, but donations to keep these institutions going are accepted. Here are a dozen places in Southern Califo...
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Park Life: Universal, Knott’s extend closures and Disneyland halts construction amid coronavirus outbreak

Will a halt to construction delay the opening of Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure? Are the extended closures of Knott’s and Universal a harbinger for the rest of the theme park industry? How much are Disney theme parks losing during the closure? Will Disneyland expand the use of virtual queues after the coronavirus closure? Find out more in this week’s Park Life newsletter. Sign up for our Park Life newsletter and find out what’s new and interesting every week at Southern Californ...
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Will unions grow from coronavirus workplace safety fears?

On March 25, 1911, Fannie Lansner — an immigrant from Lithuania and a supervisor at the Triangle Waist Co. — directed co-workers out of the burning building, but her actions prevented her own timely exit. She was just 21. Apr. 1, 2011 – BROWN BROTHERS On March 25, 1911, a fire broke out in the Triangle Waist Factory in New York’s Greenwich Village. Workers tried to make their way downstairs, but the doors on their floor were always locked and the fire escape soon crumpled. Pictured: Women sit...
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How to turn your living space into a home office, home school and more during coronavirus

It’s not something we’ve had to think about before: What happens when your family is home all or the most of the day, trying to work, do schoolwork, create, cook, exercise and relax? You might find yourself having to create multiple workspaces – for you, your spouse and your kids to do schoolwork. You also have to find ways to keep the common areas functional and free of clutter. Luckily, those with experience in working from home, as well as interior designers, professional organizers, homes...
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California scrambles to avoid Covid-19's worst-case scenario: 'It will take a heroic effort'

State has more than 2,500 cases and faces a shortage of protective equipment and hospital beds * Coronavirus – latest US updates * Coronavirus – latest global updates * See all our coronavirus coverageLeaders in California are scrambling to prepare the state amid a shortage of hospital beds, limited access to masks and ventilators and a patchwork approach to testing, as a surge of cases in New York provides a warning of how quickly the coronavirus crisis could spiral out of control.The number...
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Ralphs adding partitions to limit cashiers’ exposure to coronavirus

Ralphs is making its strongest move yet to protect its workers from the coronavirus, saying on Tuesday it will install plexiglass barriers to separate shoppers from cashiers. The supermarket said the two-week installation process begins   later this week with partitions added to every checkout line and pharmacy and Starbucks counters. Additionally, employees can opt to wear protective gloves and masks. Ralphs’ parent company, Kroger, is asking government officials to give grocery stores priority...
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La Mirada pair rallies Facebook army to make 500+ masks to help hospitals battle coronavirus

LA MIRADA — The thread of the idea came from Mallory Morgan’s mom, Rebecca. She was watching a news story on nurses — faced with a critical shortage of face masks in the midst of a pandemic — who were making masks for doctors. Rebecca, a pharmaceutical representative who loves to sew, had already seen the need across Southern California: The region was on the cusp of a public catastrophe, threatened by a respiratory disease that had already sickened hundreds of thousands across the world. It was...
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Fighting coronavirus one hand-sewn mask at a time: La Mirada pair — and army of Facebook-connected volunteers

LA MIRADA — The thread of the idea came from Mallory Morgan’s mom, Rebecca. She was watching a news story on nurses — faced with a critical shortage of face masks in the midst of a pandemic — who were making masks for doctors. Rebecca, a pharmaceutical representative who loves to sew, had already seen the need across Southern California: The region was on the cusp of a public catastrophe, threatened by a respiratory disease that had already sickened hundreds of thousands across the world. It was...
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California Scrambling To Obtain Virus Protection Gear

SACRAMENTO (AP) – California is scrambling to obtain protective gear for healthcare workers and first responders, reaching out worldwide and working with locals to ratchet up production as the coronavirus pandemic sweeps through the nation’s most populous state. The state is trying to acquire about 1 billion sets of gloves and hundreds of millions of gowns, surgical masks and face shields, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday. “It’s going to take an heroic effort” to procure the personal protection equ...
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Gov. Newsom To Limit Beach Access After Crowds Flock To Coast During Stay-At-Home Order

SACRAMENTO (AP) – California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday he would close parking lots at dozens of beaches and state parks to prevent the spread of coronavirus after large groups flocked to the coast and mountains to get outdoors on the first weekend under the state’s stay-at-home order. Newsom reaffirmed he wants to continue using social pressure, not police enforcement, to get people to maintain safe spacing. But with some parks seeing record number of visitors under sunny skies this past wee...
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Newsom: Coronavirus social distancing measures could last two or three months

Tough social distancing measures to stamp out the coronavirus’ spread may need to last two or three months in California, Gov. Gavin Newsom suggested on Monday, in a drastic contrast with President Donald Trump, who just minutes earlier had predicted the U.S. economy could reopen for business in weeks, not months. At the same time, Newsom warned that the state needs to increase by two-thirds its capacity of hospital beds in the face of the pandemic, increasing the total beds available by 50,000 ...
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Newsom: Coronavirus social distancing measures could last 2 or 3 months

Tough social distancing measures to stamp out the coronavirus’ spread may need to last two or three months in California, Gov. Gavin Newsom suggested on Monday, in a drastic contrast with President Donald Trump, who just minutes earlier had predicted the U.S. economy could reopen for business in weeks, not months. At the same time, Newsom warned that the state needs to increase by two-thirds its capacity of hospital beds in the face of the pandemic, increasing the total beds available by 50,000 ...
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