The county is still on track to meet its election certification deadline this week, the registrar of voters said.
The new rules, affecting stores, playgrounds and gatherings, are less severe than the stay-at-home order initiated in the spring.
L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti didn’t order the recent county ban on outdoor dining, but he’s still facing pressure from restaurant owners who are frustrated with his messaging.
Moderna says it will ask U.S. and European regulators to allow emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine as new study results confirm the shots’ efficacy.
It wasn’t too hard for editors at dictionary-maker Merriam-Webster to choose a word that rose above most in 2020: ‘pandemic,’ of course.
The Times set out to document a day in the pain and loss of COVID-19.
As coronavirus cases surge during the busy holiday shopping season, uncertainty and unease have set in on Main Streets.
Despite the pleas of public health officials, many people said they couldn’t resist the temptation to be with loved ones at the tail end of a trying year.
With COVID-19 cases surging and families hoping to gather safely for Thanksgiving, long lines for coronavirus tests have reappeared across the U.S.
Some consider it a faux pas to decorate for Christmas before Thanksgiving, but is the stress of the pandemic turning more people into early decorators?
A season of disappointment and depression as COVID-19 rages
A small lab tries to alter one gene of the coronavirus, hoping that change will offer a way to kill it.
A coronavirus outbreak tied to a wedding reception caused 177 infections and 7 COVID-19 deaths. It shows why health officials are nervous about holiday gatherings.
In the unprecedented regression, San Diego County is among those that slide backward in the state’s reopening tiers Tuesday.
The Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry caused a super-spreader event in Redding.
Angelenos are observing Día de Muertos during a global pandemic that has devastated Latino communities everywhere. Here is how the city is honoring its victims.
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The number of people hospitalized with coronavirus infections in California has doubled in the last two weeks and is rapidly headed to breaking past its summertime high, according to a Times analysis.
This fall increase in coronavirus rates is moving beyond densely populated urban areas like Los Angeles into the far northern rural reaches of the state.
If you traveled during the holidays, you need to quarantine for 14 days when you return to California. Here’s what that means.
L.A. County faces its worst numbers ever as the COVID-19 pandemic continues its rampage across California and officials weigh further restrictions.
L.A. is planning new coronavirus restrictions again. Is this the right path? Here are some answers, and some perspective, from epidemiologists and health officials.
The more cases that are reported, the more deaths we would expect to see, right? The answer is both yes and no, experts said.
The school says the discovery could involve as many as 14 residence halls and two laundries.
The first COVID-19 vaccines are expected to arrive in just a few weeks, but it could take well into 2021 before things get back to normal in the U.S.
Here’s a summary of tips on how to have a safer Thanksgiving during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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