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Beneath the fury over George Floyd’s death lie longstanding economic inequities that have plagued California’s 2.6 million black people.
California officials said that counties could begin reopening gyms, day camps, bars and some professional sports by as early as next Friday, but specifics remain unclear.
Whether you’re breaking quarantine to protest in the streets or looking for ways to participate safely from home, here’s how to get started.
Visitors will need to select one of three time blocks — 8-11 a.m., 11 a.m.-2 p.m. or 2-5 p.m. — and sign up at least a day in advance. Same-day reservations are not available.
A petition signed by infectious disease experts says spraying tear gas causes people to cough and scream — which can disperse infectious droplets.
L.A. County closed several testing sites or limited their hours amid protests, prompting concern that the move could could abet a second wave of coronavirus cases. Garcetti says all sites in the city will reopen Friday.
Their remoteness hasn’t spared them from the economic fallout of the shutdown. And the sparsity of COVID-19 cases in this Northern California county has only made the restrictive measures hobbling their livelihoods all the more exasperating.
The plan started simply enough. As the pandemic forced schools to shutter in March, three families in Riverside banded together to make sure all their children kept learning.
COVID-19 has Thom Mayne, Michael Maltzan, Barbara Bestor, Rachel Allen and more Los Angeles architects rethinking design, from balconies to doorknobs.
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