After 15 months of restrictions on how residents work, eat, socialize and otherwise gather, the state is finally shedding most of the measures enacted to stem the spread of COVID-19.
Long Beach owns the ship but has leased it to operators. Now a bankruptcy hearing could leave the city on the hook for operating expenses and millions in repairs.
In addition to the new hires, the Post has shored up its news coverage with other promotions and staff changes.
In addition to the closures, health officials also urged Long Beach residents and visitors to practice all health and safety protocols concerning COVID-19.
The clinic will transition into a mobile outreach vehicle to provide various no-cost medical services and COVID-19 testing to the community starting June 1.
Shortly after detaining a man on suspicion of petty theft, police said the man refused to turn over a metal object in his hand, leading to an hours-long standoff.
City officials anticipate that the on-campus clinics will allow more people to get vaccinated now that children ages 12 and up can get the vaccine.
The 30 awards for the Long Beach Post are on-par with the largest newsrooms in California in the digital contest, including 31 awards for Los Angeles Times, 23 awards for the Sacramento Bee and 15 awards for the San Francisco Chronicle.
The move comes as the city entered the “yellow tier” of the state’s reopening plan, which allows groups of less than 100 people to gather at outdoor park sites.
El gobierno federal ha ampliado el uso de la vacuna Pfizer a las personas de entre 12 y 15 años, y ha descubierto que los beneficios de la vacuna contra el COVID-19 superan las posibles consecuencias negativas.