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During a midday news conference from his Fair Oaks home, Newsom said that everyone in his family has tested negative for the virus.

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The lucky among California’s small businesses have cobbled together loans and grants to get through the pandemic so far. But that money has dried up, and “you can only take on so much debt.”

A coronavirus outbreak at Concordia University in Irvine has infected over 60 people. The school cancels athletic practices, urges against Thanksgiving travel.

Chefs and restaurateurs react to another shutdown of in-person dining amid L.A. County’s coronavirus surge. “We’re holding on for dear life,” one chef said. “There’s no aid in sight, nothing at all.”

The governor’s office said the family learned about the potential exposure to the coronavirus Friday and was tested Sunday morning. Their results came back negative.

L.A. County public health officials on Saturday announced they will issue an order suspending outdoor dining at restaurants amid a surge of new coronavirus cases.

Protesters gathered Saturday at Huntington Beach Pier in defiance of the state’s coronavirus curfew that went into effect at 10 p.m.

A new surge of COVID-19 is battering Southern California, bearing down on exhausted healthcare workers, raising anxiety levels on hospital wards and stoking fears that there might not be enough staff and supplies for the difficult weeks ahead.

Another round of distressing COVID-19 case numbers has Los Angeles teetering on the brink of further restrictions to slow the spread of the virus — including the likely shutdown of outdoor restaurant dining.

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