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It’s an effort to build up a reserve army of backup doctors, nurses and other medical care specialists who can be called up to replace frontline providers when they get overwhelmed by surging caseloads or become sick themselves.
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Landlords in Los Angeles are pushing tenants to agree to repayment plans far more onerous than what’s required under new laws passed to prevent evictions.
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Officials are alarmed at the coronavirus spread among residents and staff in California nursing homes and assisted-living centers.
Crisis counselors at Didi Hirsch in Century City, whose job it is to reassure, now need some reassurance of their own — because the coronavirus knows no boundaries.
Los Angeles County on Saturday announced 28 additional deaths from COVID-19, the largest daily increase in the death toll yet.
UCLA’s total number of confirmed novel coronavirus cases among students and staff stands at 14, a figure that is twice the previous month’s number of cases.
California’s 420,000 farmworkers are working through the crisis. But language barriers and a lack of communication on the coronavirus put many at risk.
These are some of the unusual new scenes across the Southland in the age of the coronavirus outbreak.
As we all adjust to our new lives under the umbrella of the coronavirus, Los Angeles Times photographer Luis Sinco gives us a look at downtown Los Angeles with the spotlight on Broadway.
Even as people are told to stay home, many in Southern California seek out public spaces — beaches, hiking trails, sidewalks, parks — for relief.
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