Coronavirus Latest Los Angeles News

Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura Counties Report Additional Coronavirus DeathsAs of Friday evening, 112,412 Riverside County residents had been tested, 58,709 San Bernardino County residents had been tested and 23,830 Ventura County residents had been tested.
New City Program Allows Restaurants To Expand Outdoor Dining To Sidewalks, Private Parking LotsThe temporary program, named L.A. Alfresco, streamlines the requirements and approvals process for restaurants to set up outdoor dining options to enable them to serve additional customers while still complying with physical distancing rules.
'Ford v Ferrari' Memorabilia Will Be Auctioned Off To Benefit Coronavirus First RespondersItems from the film — some of which will be autographed by leads Christian Bale and Matt Damon — is being auctioned off to benefit the families of first responders fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Restaurants, Hair Salons Cleared To Fully Reopen In LA CountySacramento has approved a request by Los Angeles County to clear the way for dine-in restaurants and hair salons to reopen.
CHLA Reports Additional Cases Of New Inflammatory Condition Possibly Linked To CoronavirusChildren's Hospital Los Angeles Friday announced two additional cases of a new inflammatory condition that could be linked to the novel coronavirus.
Orange County Reports 3 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths, 185 New CasesSo far, 60 of the deaths have been skilled nursing home residents. As of Wednesday, 735 Orange County skilled nursing facility residents and 322 staffers have tested positive for the virus.
LA County Public Defender Dies Of CoronavirusIt marks the first death of an L.A. County justice system employee from COVID-19.
Orange County Health Officer Threatened Over Mask OrderFace-coverings were made mandatory in Orange County on May 23. Prior to that, they were only required for certain employees.
Medical Researchers Raise Concerns Over Coronavirus Antibody TestsQuest launched a program this week for employers, which is calls "Return To Work." The program includes antibody tests as well as diagnostic tests.
'A Normal Sign Of Life': Los Angeles Traffic Picking Up As Safer At Home Orders EaseWhile a number of businesses remain closed and the Safer at Home Order is still in effect, the increase in traffic is a sure sign of recovery.
'We Still Have To Take Precautions': Family Of Lynwood Man Who Died After Contracting COVID-19 Hope People Keep Vulnerable In MindAntonio Pacheco, 42, died on the way to the hospital after learning he tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
'We Are Safe': SoCal Nail Salons Implement Voluntary Safety Measures, Urge Governor To Allow ReopeningAs hair salons, retail stores, and restaurants are beginning to open, nail salon owners like Christie Nguyen are frustrated.