Long Beach’s last reported COVID-19 death was April 17, marking the lowest level of deaths since the start of the pandemic.
Mayor Robert Garcia has said he supports extending the city’s open streets and outdoor dining program and making it permanent.
Federal officials said 49 children have tested positive for COVID-19 and were being kept in isolation along with their siblings.
Police said the victim was in an alley when he was shot by an unknown number of suspects in a white sedan.
More than 10% of people haven’t received their second dose in more than 40 days while the city works to reach out to those who have missed their appointment.
As the pandemic wanes, domestic violence shelters and mental health centers say they’re preparing for a possible increase in need as more people are back at work and children are in school.
Donations of new books and toys are being accepted through May 8.
The Convention Center is expected to eventually house up 1,000 kids from mostly Central America who are waiting to be reunited with family or sponsors in the United States.
Police said a man was driving in the area of Second Street and The Toledo around 1:50 a.m. on Monday when he crashed into the bridge guard railing.
The federal government will pay $197,356 a day for facility rental and other fees, and an additional $113,550 a day for meals and bottle water.