County health officials reported 1,103 new cases of COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, the fifth straight day that new cases topped 1,000.
None of the 1,616 children who have passed through the Convention Center have been afforded a voice of their own—except one girl, whose account is buried in court documents.
The rise in cases is a worrisome trend as the state opens up, vaccinations have leveled off and a new variant of the virus has become more prevalent.
Long Beach beaches, as well as popular beaches for locals in Orange County, scored well for water quality on this year’s report.
Normally the holiday would be observed on a Friday, since June 19 falls on a Saturday this year. However with only a day’s notice, the city decided to push the holiday to Monday, a city official said.
The state has now lifted most rules for masking, social distancing, capacity limits and closures, with many residents ready to welcome a summer much different than the last.
In a statement, the CSU and UC systems said employees and students would be required to be vaccinated by the fall semester, or upon FDA approval of one of the vaccines, whichever is later.
At the same time, men are roughly twice as likely to die from COVID-19 than women, even though case rates of the virus are roughly the same, health officials said.
The city is looking to open up eligibility for a COVID-19 vaccine to everyone over 16 very soon, possibly earlier than the April 15 deadline set by the state, he said.
City officials on Thursday said they will allow limited indoor dining at restaurants once Los Angeles County qualifies for the “red” tier in the state system for determining the danger posed by COVID-19, which could happen in a matter of days.