The images we see on a daily basis still seem difficult to comprehend.
High school seniors holding graduation ceremonies via Zoom in their living rooms, Dodger Stadium filled with cars — not for a game but for storage of rental cars — and a flight crew walking through Los Angeles International Airport looking ready to tackle a hazmat situation.
California is in the midst of reopening as Gov. Gavin Newsom rolls out a four-phase plan to restart the economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here are some images from around the state that now represent the “new normal.”
A Houston hospital isn’t just battling the coronavirus. It faces patients who, convinced they’re not infected, leave before treatment is finished.
Janice Brown was the first patient at Desert Valley Hospital’s COVID-19 unit. And the first to be released. Neither she nor her doctors or nurses expected her to return. Within weeks, she tested positive again.
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