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Africa CDC in Talks with Pfizer for COVID Treatment Pill
January 14, 2022
The director of Africa's Centers for Disease Control said the organization is talking to Pfizer about bringing its COVID-19 treatment pill to the continent, which has just passed 10 million cases. ... read more »
Metro Bus Fares Coming Back in January, Discounted Fares Through July
January 13, 2022
Fare collection resumed today aboard Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority buses after being suspended as a COVID-19 precaution in March 2020. ... read more »
Pentagon Chief Austin Says He Has Tested Positive for COVID
January 6, 2022
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said that he has tested positive for COVID-19 and was experiencing mild symptoms while quarantining at home. ... read more »
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21 Abducted Schoolchildren Rescued in Northwestern Nigeria
January 4, 2022
At least 21 schoolchildren in Nigeria have been rescued hours after they were abducted by armed groups in the West African country's troubled northwestern region, police said. ... read more »
Sudan’s PM Announces Resignation Amid Political Deadlock
January 4, 2022
Sudan's Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok announced his resignation Sunday amid political deadlock and widespread pro-democracy protests following a military coup that derailed the country's fragile transition to democratic rule. ... read more »
Ethiopia Passes Law to Start National Dialogue Commission
December 30, 2021
Ethiopian lawmakers have approved a bill to establish a commission for national dialogue, amid international pressure for negotiations to end the 13-month conflict in the Tigray region. ... read more »
Lecrae, Rapper With San Diego Ties, Shares Wealth Building Ideas
December 30, 2021
Grammy Award-winning Christian Hip-Hop hop artist Lecrae is on a mission to increase financial literacy among African Americans. Growing up in a “marginalized” community in San Diego, ... read more »
Ethiopia unhappy as U.S. ends its duty-free access
December 28, 2021
Ethiopia says it is unhappy with the U.S. decision to revoke duty-free access for the East African country's exports. ... read more »
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LA County Expands COVID Testing Amid Explosive Surge in Cases
December 27, 2021
The average daily rate at which people are testing positive for the coronavirus has risen to 15% as of Friday, more than triple the rate from a week ago and nearly topping 10,000 new cases. ... read more »
Los Angeles County’s COVID-19 Hospitalizations Continue Climbing
December 27, 2021
The number of COVID-19-positive patients in Los Angeles County hospitals continued an unnerving climb today as the virus' Omicron variant continued to fuel rising infection numbers in the Southland and beyond.    According to state figures, there were 966 COVID-positive patients in L.A. hospitals as of Monday, up sharply from 904 on Sunday. Two-hundred of those patients were being treated in intensive care, up from 188 a day earlier. ... read more »
Holiday Flights Canceled at LAX, Other Airports Due to COVID-19 Issues
December 27, 2021
More flights were canceled at Southland airports and around the world today, as a wave of cancellations over the holiday weekend driven by the coronavirus pandemic continued to inconvenience travelers. ... read more »
Rams Battle COVID in Route to Defeating Seahawks
December 23, 2021
After grappling with a COVID-19 outbreak that put several players in health and safety protocols, the Los Angeles Rams outlasted the Seahawks 20-10 on Tuesday. The Rams’ defense held the Seahawks to 13 first downs and 80 rushing yards. ... read more »
Actors Jaleel White, Akbar Gbajabiamila Share COVID-19 Vaccine Experiences and encourage Black and African Americans to Protect Themselves by Getting Vaccinated
December 23, 2021
Actor and producer Jaleel White and former NFL player and host of “The Talk” and “American Ninja Warrior” Akbar Gbajabiamila, are partnering with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). The well-known celebrities are sharing their COVID-19 vaccine experiences through candid conversations to help reduce hesitancy in Black and African American communities across the state. ... read more »
USC: Temporary Remote Learning Possible in Spring Due to COVID
December 23, 2021
Despite surging COVID-19 cases across Los Angeles County, USC plans to continue in-person classes for the spring semester, but the university indicated today that a temporary remote-learning start to the semester is a possibility.  ... read more »
West Angeles COGIC Plans Virtual Worship Only for Next Two Weeks
December 22, 2021
West Angeles Church of God in Christ will cease in-person worship for the next two weeks and only hold virtual services through the end of 2021. ... read more »
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