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Public officials acknowledge "supply chain constraints" but also signal a shift to a more targeted approach to testing. L.A.'s mayor said capacity was coming back... [Read More]
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The county's latest toll, coupled with 2,496 new cases of COVID-19, helped drive the daily 7-day average positivity rate up to 10.4%, a level that... [Read More]
The answer is yes, according to a new tracking survey that now shows that a majority of people — 53% in fact. [Read More]
Sometimes, in the midst of the Covid-19 era, an inspector will visit a non-compliant business for days before a business is temporarily shut down. Leaders... [Read More]
MCJ was not built to deal with the large proportion of mentally ill inmates housed within it. And varying sides agree, it should come down.... [Read More]
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L.A County Registrar Dean Logan said a beefed-up assessment process, which requires the county's "Voting Solutions For All People" system to undergo a vigorous third-party... [Read More]
Officials say it's a confluence of factors. But they worry that the biggest one might be at play here. [Read More]
Public Health officials have been foreshadowing the action for weeks. But faced with the biggest rise in cases to date, they are formally urging hospitals... [Read More]
With rising community spread, L.A. County braces for more hospitalizations — and worse... [Read More]
Officials are now formally urging local hospitals to be ready for a surge of COVID-19 patients in the coming days. [Read More]
As of Thursday, Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris stood firm on his pledge to display fireworks over the city and vowed that the show would... [Read More]
The CEO of one of the largest L.A. garment factories pledged to reopen soon after Public Health closed it down last weekend. The company had... [Read More]
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