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A Year in Pandemia
The CDC has issued new guidelines suggesting that people resume wearing masks indoors, but state and local officials are not legally required to implement those guidelines.
Many Los Angeles residents struggle to meet their basic needs, and the pandemic has only heightened these difficulties. College students are particularly vulnerable. One possible solution to help this at-risk population is to provide emergency aid, frequently in the form of cash transfers.
A medida que se agotaba el trabajo para las bandas de mariachis, muchos músicos se arriesgaban a transmitir el coronavirus. Incluso cuando la demanda aumentó el otoño pasado, se pidió a muchos mariachis que tocaran en los funerales para ayudar a las familias a llorar a sus seres queridos.
Mutual aid societies or mutualistas popped up all over the Southwest in the late 19th and early 20th centuries to provide support to Mexican American immigrants. Today, the mutualista spirit is alive and well as individuals and businesses find creative ways to help people who have suffered from hardships especially during the pandemic.
Today, Black Angelenos currently have the highest rate of COVID-19 cases in L.A.
Despite more than 150 million people in the U.S. now being vaccinated against the coronavirus, the highly contagious Delta variant is quickly becoming a concern.