LA City Council Gives Preliminary OK To $5 Hazard Pay For Grocery Store WorkersThe emergency ordinance would require all grocery store chains in the city with at least 300 or more employees nationwide to pay their employees an extra $5 per hour until L.A. County drops down to the yellow and lowest tier of the state’s coronavirus recovery roadmap.
Former California State Senator John Moorlach Infected With COVID-19Former state Sen. John Moorlach, a candidate for the Second District seat on the Orange County Board of Supervisors, is putting a pause on his campaign for another term on the board as he recovers from COVID-19. Moorlach said he tested positive on Monday.
Business License For Burbank Sports Bar Tinhorn Flats Revoked For Violating COVID RestrictionsThe Burbank City Council voted unanimously to order Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill to close.
LAUSD Parents Hold Zoom Blackout Protest As District Reaches Deal With Workers On Eventual ReopeningInstead of logging into their Zoom classes, dozens of children and their parents held a protest outside the Federal Building in Westwood in an effort to put pressure on LAUSD to resume in-person learning.
Newsom On California’s COVID Vaccine Rollout: ‘There’s Not Enough Doses’The governor said an average of 200,000 doses are being administered daily statewide.
LA County Reports 1,465 New Cases Of COVID-19; 93 New DeathsLos Angeles County reported 1,465 new cases of COVID-19 and 93 additional deaths on Sunday. According to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, 369 people currently hospitalized with COVID-19.
One Million COVID Vaccines Backed Up Due To Severe Weather, Dodger Stadium Still ClosedMore than one million COVID-19 vaccine deliveries are backed up due to severe weather in parts of the country.
Two Additional Cases of U.K. COVID-19 Variant Detected in L.A. County2,393 new cases of COVID-19 and 136 deaths were reported in the county Saturday.. Two additional cases of the COVID-19 variant B.1.1.7 first discovered in the U.K. have also been detected here, bringing the total to 14 so far.
COVID-19 Hospitalization Rate Continues to Fall in Orange CountyOrange County reported 391 new cases of COVID-19 and 44 additional deaths on Saturday.
Severe Weather Halts Delivery Of COVID Vaccines, City Of LA Cancels All Saturday AppointmentsAt least two shipments carrying about 63,000 doses heading to L.A. were held up.
Costco Pharmacies In California To Begin Administering COVID VaccinesCostco is specifically asking that people not call their local pharmacies to make appointments, but to instead go through county health department websites.
Residents Moving Out Of LA To Inland Empire, Causing Rents To SkyrocketThere has been a movement of residents from Los Angeles Metro to the Inland Empire so people can get more bang for their buck, but because of this trend, rents are drastically rising in the I.E.
Long Beach Unified To Reopen Elementary Schools In Late MarchOn Thursday, Superintendent Jill A. Baker said the district wanted to make sure all teachers and staff members had the opportunity to get both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine before schools returned to in-person learning.
Black Churches Partner With LA County To Provide COVID Testing To Underserved CommunitiesThe program involves hosting free coronavirus testing at eight L.A.-area churches through at least June 30. The goal is to test 150 people daily at each site.
LA Sheriff's Department Sergeant Dies From COVIDA beloved sergeant with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department passed away from an illness related to COVID-19 Tuesday, deputies announced on social media Wednesday.