From January through April, 930,741 passengers have traveled through the municipal airport—15.6% lower than the same period in 2019.
“The large increase in deaths over the space of only one year is unprecedented in modern times,” Barbara Ferrer, LA County’s director of public health, said in a statement.
Despite the milestone, the city’s unemployment rate continues to trail behind almost 65% of LA County cities.
Last month, Long Beach Medical Center operator MemorialCare announced it was the first health provider in the region to partner with TytoCare, the developer of the industry’s first all-in-one, AI-powered modular device for remote patient visits.
The new boundaries would include most of the Rainbow Harbor area along the waterfront to the south and expand along the Pacific Avenue corridor to Eight Street.
The new gym adjacent to the Nike Factory Store is expected to open in mid-2023.
The launch window begins next month and is open through December, but Relativity Space has not yet announced a date for the first flight.
For the past six years, the father-son surgical team has performed over 1,500 orthopedic surgeries at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center.
The money would pay off and replace two other series of bonds from 2009 and 2010 that funded the first phase of airport improvements.
Hing Hung’s road to the American dream gave him a “pay it forward” mentality—a mentality that led to a $5 million donation toward a hybrid operating room at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center.