April 1, 2020
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COVID-19 cases in the state are closing in on 10,000 after L.A. and Orange County reported massive rises in the number of daily infections and increased death tolls.
Forecasts for economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic have quickly turned much darker – both for the depth and duration of the damage.
Citing concerns over spreading the coronavirus, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced public schools will be closed for the rest of the academic year.
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Breading and shallow-frying chicken cutlets is a quick way to bring restaurant-style cooking to your kitchen.
Managers say they’re adding more social distancing measures to ensure safe shopping amid coronavirus outbreak.
As restaurants around the U.S. close, prices for the cut of pork used to make bacon have plunged to lows not seen since Bill Clinton was president.
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Netflix’s “Pandemic: How to Fight an Outbreak” debuted as the coronavirus outbreak started to grow. The makers speak out about their prescient docuseries.
After laying off all part-time employees last week, the Museum of Contemporary Art institutes cuts for full-timers. Only four security personnel are spared.
As an April Fools’ prank, singer Jaejoong of K-pop group JYJ told millions of Instagram followers that he tested positive for the coronavirus. It backfired.
Chargers coach Anthony Lynn downplayed the notion that the COVID-19 pandemic is significantly impacting the Chargers’ medical evaluations.
The All England Club announced after an emergency meeting Wednesday that Wimbledon is canceled, for the first time since World War II, because of the coronavirus.
The Dodgers and Angels haven’t said how they will distribute the $1 million each MLB team pledged to pay stadium workers during the coronavirus shutdown.
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