These are the first coronavirus-related deaths in a week and a half.
The free guided tours begin Thursday, but ongoing repairs mean that on-board bathrooms, as well as the ship’s bars, restaurants and shops, remain closed to visitors.
The announcement comes nearly five months after the unexpected resignation of current CEO John Bishop and then-Chief Operating Officer Ike Mmeje.
As multiple viruses surge across the state, hospitals are working to add pediatric beds, but the number of children requiring hospitalization is outpacing the additions, state health officials said Tuesday.
Both the county and city are seeing a surge in cases, which are underreported, but Long Beach officials said the next step will be only to highly recommend masking indoors, rather than mandate it.
The suspect remained at the scene and is cooperating with homicide detectives, according to authorities.
Multiple neighbors said there have long been issues with break-ins at the vacant home near 11th Street and Loma Avenue.
The fiery crash at Dallas Executive Airport killed six crew members over the weekend and destroyed one of the last operable B-17 Flying Fortresses in existence.
Despite additional repairs being identified, the city is still targeting a partial reopening of the ship before the end of the year.
Repairs to a damaged water line near the primary runway are expected to be completed today.