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As Bay Area coronavirus infection rate eases, the focus turns to Southern California, especially L.A. County, with 6,000 cases and rising: a good week to “skip shopping altogether.”
From a reporter with COVID-19: No matter how you feel, act as if you have the coronavirus. You just might.
Gov. Gavin Newsom says California is lending 500 ventilators to the Strategic National Stockpile to help New York and other coronavirus hot spots.
Los Angeles County is expanding coronavirus testing to more people. Here’s how to get in line.
California officials have yet to implement rules that give freelancers unemployment insurance coverage in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.