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McDonald's Workers Protest After Coworker Tests Positive For CoronavirusThe workers went on strike for more protections, a two-week quarantine period with full pay, and full healthcare coverage for any worker or immediate family member who gets sick from the virus. DeMarco Morgan reports.
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More Protests In Retirement CommunitySeniors in Laguna Woods say they do not want a hotel feet from their retirement community to house homeless COVID-19 patients.
Coronavirus Outbreak Hits Riverside Nursing HomeAbout 30 patients and some staff members at Extended Care Hospital of Riverside have tested positive for coronavirus, officials said.
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Coronavirus: Church Opens Doors For Worshippers To Take CommunionGodspeak Calvary Chapel in Thousand Oaks opened its doors on Palm Sunday for worshippers to take communion.
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