March 29, 2020
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Coronavirus anxiety is running high on Navajo Nation — a sprawling reservation of 175,000 residents, scarce supplies and resources, and only four inpatient hospitals. Cases are soaring, and at least two already have died.
As the pandemic took off, an emergency room doctor and Army pal planned to quickly produce a cheap ventilator. But their altruism ran into a cold hard reality - capitalism.
The disruption of pilot season, which some industry vets predict may never be the same, underscores the rippling economic effects of the health crisis.
Amid the coronavirus outbreak, Gov. Gavin Newsom said the U.S. government sent L.A. County broken ventilators, so a Silicon Valley company is fixing them.
In the Bay Area, one public health officer has been infected with COVID-19. Others are feuding, and one issued an emotional public warning that peers have criticized.
With gyms, public parks, restaurants and other places closed, homeless people are having a hard time finding places to clean up maintain basic hygiene.
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Seth Davis and his seizure alert dog Poppy led a difficult existence to begin with. Then they got stranded at LAX when his wallet was stolen during a layover on Christmas Eve. They’ve been living there ever since. Then the coronavirus hit.
Burrow, Herbert and Tagovailoa are all expected to be first-round picks in the NFL draft. The question is: When will they be off the board?
The New York Knicks announced that owner James Dolan has tested positive for the coronavirus. The team said he is experiencing little to no symptoms.
NBA teams and players have donated more than $38 million and nearly 1.5 million meals since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the league.
Record retailers across L.A. worry that with stores shuttered, Record Store Day cancelled and no influx of used vinyl to buy and sell, business prospects are bleak.
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