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LA Regional COVID Fund Will Provide $4.7 Million to Personal Care; Retail Small Businesses
April 9, 2021
Top financial institutions have concluded that while most businesses were negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses within the personal care and retail sectors will have a longer path to recovery than most, having seen a 45% decrease in revenue in 2020. ... read more »
Orange Tier Guidelines Open L.A. County Even More, State on Track to Fully Open in June
April 8, 2021
L.A. County is enjoying more freedom but health officials are steadfast in warning the public to observe health measures. ... read more »
An Indie Artist’s Plea to Look Beyond Algorithms and Curated Playlists
April 8, 2021
But cut off from family, friends and other nearby musicians, Bond devised a way to bring together out-of-work musicians from around the world ... read more »
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New Benefits for Unemployed Californians in Biden’s American Rescue Plan
April 8, 2021
Supporters of the legislation say unemployment aid is still a necessary part of pandemic relief ... read more »
As L.A. County Moves Through Less Restrictions, Public Health Cautions Businesses
April 1, 2021
Businesses and worksites are being asked to follow all health guidelines to stop further transmission of COVID-19. ... read more »
The Virus, Vaccines and New Variants: Weighing the Threat of a Mutant COVID Strain
April 1, 2021
Health care specialists are keeping their eyes on coronavirus variants that could possibly undermine global efforts to vaccinate people and stem the global crisis ... read more »
California to expand vaccine eligibility to anyone over 16
March 28, 2021
California will start vaccinating anyone 16 and over against the coronavirus starting in three weeks, expanding eligibility to the shots along with a host of other states as a long-awaited boost in vaccine supplies is insight. ... read more »
Lakers Work on Consistency to Secure Victories
March 26, 2021
The Los Angeles Lakers battled hard in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Philadelphia 76ers by 10 points.  Although they lost 101-109 to the 76ers, the Lakers rallied from an 18-point deficit, even coming within four points.  ... read more »
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Red Tier Guidelines Get an Update as Vaccinations Continue, Grocery Stores Set to Close
March 25, 2021
Public Health makes some modifications for re-openings and mobile vaccine units target hard hit areas. ... read more »
Dodgers Keep Fans Safe With New Policies, Procedures at Dodgers Stadium
March 24, 2021
The Los Angeles Dodgers today launched their Fan Safety Portal at Dodgers.com/FanSafety with updated policies and procedures for games at Dodger Stadium to start the 2021 season. The portal will be updated as more protocols are finalized. ... read more »
Red Tier Designation Allows Angelenos More Freedom, Public Health Officials Urge to Proceed with Caution
March 18, 2021
Los Angeles County residents are allowed to leave the house for amusement again, but asked to keep health guidelines firmly in place. ... read more »
The State Slowly Opens Venues as COVID-19 Infection Rates Drop, Vaccinated Individuals Can Gather with Families
March 11, 2021
The State is giving the green light for venues to open again and vaccinated residents can go mask-less around family. ... read more »
All-Star Health and Safety Update
March 7, 2021
Prior to traveling to Atlanta, Philadelphia’s Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons had contact with an individual who is confirmed today to have tested positive for the coronavirus.  As a result, Embiid (Team Durant) and Simmons (Team LeBron) will not play in tonight’s NBA All-Star Game. ... read more »
COVID-19 Infection Rates Continue to Drop in Los Angeles County, Underserved Communities Remain High Priority
March 4, 2021
As vaccinations continue, COVID-19 infection rates drop, but health officials are still concentrating on hard hit communities. ... read more »
Rep. Waters Statement on the U.S. Surpassing 500,000 COVID-19 Related Deaths
February 25, 2021
“The 500,000 people we have lost are our fathers and mothers, husbands and wives, brothers and sisters, sons and daughters, friends and coworkers." ... read more »
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