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Post date: 2020-04-14T14:48:57-07:00
Forty more deaths due to coronavirus were reported in Los Angeles County today, the largest single-day jump in fatalities since the pandemic began, while the overall number of cases topped 10,000.
Post date: 2020-04-14T12:08:45-07:00
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted today to create a public-private relief fund for small businesses hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, though the size of the fund and details for distribution have yet to be worked out.
Post date: 2020-04-13T14:30:36-07:00
The coronavirus death toll surged above 300 today in Los Angeles County while the area's mortality rate from the illness continued an unnerving rise, but only 239 new cases were reported, the lowest daily increase since late March.
Post date: 2020-04-13T12:44:29-07:00
The Los Angeles Unified School District will conduct classes online for the rest of the school year and will not issue any failing grades for this semester, and campus closures will continue through the summer, Superintendent Austin Beutner said today.
Post date: 2020-04-10T14:48:59-07:00
Los Angeles County's stay-at-home and business- closure orders were extended today to May 15, with health officials saying that while physical-distancing requirements have slowed the spread, lifting them now could infect 96% of the population.
Post date: 2020-04-10T14:30:15-07:00