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MTA Short On Hand Sanitizer Despite Driver Testing Positive For CoronavirusThe first driver of an MTA bus has tested positive for COVID-19 - and now other drivers are worried.
Woman Dies From Coronavirus After Telehealth Doctors Declined VisitA 60-year-old La Cañada Flintridge woman died in her sleep from complications of the novel coronavirus, and now her partner is speaking out in hopes that people will stay at home to stop the spread.
LA County Sees 548 Coronavirus Cases Tuesday, 10 New DeathsL.A. County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer reported that of the 10 deaths, four of the victims were under the age of 65, and one was under the age of 41.
Coronavirus: Discarded Gloves Litter Public SpacesA new type of littering has emerged during the coronavirus pandemic as people turn to protective gear to keep their hands from having direct contact with germy surfaces.
Sheriff Battles Board Over Emergency PowerThe sheriff says supervisors are trying to reduce his power with a hasty last-minute decision.
Netflix Docuseries 'Tiger King' Reigns Supreme In Era Of Social DistancingA mix of drugs, tigers, polygamy, suspected murder and alleged cult leaders have made one seven-episode docuseries an international hit during an unprecedented time of people staying at home in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Nurses Hold Vigil In A Plea For Federal AssistanceA vigil was held at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center Monday night to demand action from the federal government.
Coronavirus: Garcetti Announces New Measures To Ease Burden On Renters, County Reports 7 New DeathsMayor Eric Garcetti announced new measures Monday to ease the financial burden on renters during the coronavirus pandemic as the county reported seven new virus-related deaths and Newsom called for retired health care workers to go back to work.
President Says Testing For Coronavirus No Longer A Problem, Governors DisagreeCBS News has learned that the nation’s governors used a video conference call with the president Monday to sound the alarm about the need for more medical supplies — including test kits — even as the president touted the number of tests administered.

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Coronavirus: UC Irvine Students Hold Supply Drive For Masks, Face Shields For Health Care WorkersWith hospitals across the nation facing major shortages of personal protective equipment due to the COVID-19 pandemic, University of California Irvine medical students Monday were holding a drive asking residents and local businesses to donate supplies for their healthcare workers.
Eastvale Amazon Worker Tests Positive For CoronavirusAn Amazon worker at a fulfillment center in the Riverside County city of Eastvale tested positive for coronavirus, the second such confirmed case among Amazon employees in the Inland Empire.
Former Dodger Adrian Gonzalez QuarantinedAdrian and Betsy Gonzalez discuss what they have been doing to cope during the COVID-19 pandemic. Adrian has been doing live IG workouts and now Betsy is going to be donating proceeds from her sales to the COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund.
Rehab Expert On Distancing ChallengesSue Bright from New Directions For Women discusses pandemic stress amidst addiction recovery.
Taco Bell Offers Free Taco on TuesdayEveryone gets a free Doritos Locos taco on Tuesday.
Krispy Kreme Offers Donuts for Doctors MondayFor National Doctor's Day, doctors can get a dozen doughnuts for free.
Delta Offering Medical Workers Free FlightsThe free flights are being offered to new coronavirus hotspots like Michigan and Louisiana, but could expand to New York, California and Washington state.
Hospices Helping People Cope with Covid-19Yelena Zatulovsky from Seasons Hospice Foundation discusses how hospices can create meaningful moments in the midst of a pandemic and social distancing.
Weekend Picks: Fun Things To Do At HomeTime Out LA has some tips for time inside this weekend.