In the wake of several mass shootings across the country in recent weeks, hundreds of health professionals and first responders gathered outside Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach for a rally against gun violence.
There’s a renewed surge of COVID cases in Long Beach, but health officials are not considering reinstating any restrictions—yet.
“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.
The new gym adjacent to the Nike Factory Store is expected to open in mid-2023.
“[Young women] have been complacent because this is the way it’s always been,” Carol Roberts, 74, told the Post. “But I hope this shocks them into action.”
City officials put Long Beach on the hook for millions of dollars in losses amassed by Community Hospital’s new operator. Now the bill is due.
A 2019 law has thrown into jeopardy a proposed plan for the city to hand over the now-closed hospital to its operator for a mental health and wellness campus.
The order includes buses, trains, taxis and rideshares as well as inside the airport and other transportation hubs.
“This is a day we’ve been waiting for and when I learned that our last COVID patient had been discharged,” Dr. Graham Tse, physician-in-charge for the MemorialCare campus, said, “I was overcome with a sense of relief.”
The ratified contract awarded workers a $4.25-per-hour increase over three years, guaranteed hour minimums for part-time workers as well as healthcare and safety improvements.