An 'Emergency Brake,’ a Vaccine and More COVID-19 News | KCET
An 'Emergency Brake,’ a Vaccine and More COVID-19 News
November 16, 2020
On the Nov. 16 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters discuss California’s COVID-19 surge, Newsom’s response, a second vaccine and pressure around who should replace Kamala Harris on the Senate.
Gov. Gavin Newsom announced what he called an “emergency break” on reopening the state’s economy in response to COVID-19 numbers doubling in the past 10 days. Mike Roe explains what that means across Southern California.
With news about a second vaccine in development, Gina Pollack explores how a vaccine could be rolled out once approved.
California is currently at a tipping point for COVID-19 infections, says Jackie Fortier as she puts the latest COVID-19 news into context.
Harris Replacement Pressure
Libby Denkmann has been following the conversations around the pick for a Senate replacement for vice president-elect Kamala Harris — and it is not without controversy, she says.
Featured image: A sign asks Laguna Beach’s Forest Avenue visitors to wear a mask on Nov. 16, the day Gov. Gavin Newsom announced California will pull an "emergency brake" on economic reopening due to a coronavirus surge. | Jeff Gritchen/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images
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