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City Enforces Closures At Parks, Beaches This Easter WeekendVirtual Easter masses are being prepared for the faithful. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Gov. Newsom Optimistic That Stay At Home Order Is WorkingEven so, a crew member of the USNS Mercy somehow tested positive for coronavirus. Tina Patel reports.
Fast Food Workers Strike After 3rd McDonald's Worker Tests Positive For CoronavirusEven when the LAPD cleared the drive-thru strike from South LA, it moved to Monterey Park. Kandiss Crone reports.
Cedars-Sinai Nurses Demonstrate How To Properly Put On PPENurses at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Wednesday shared how to properly put on personal protective equipment to ensure you don't unknowingly contaminate others amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Large Drive-Thru Food Giveaway Underway In Van NuysA long line of cars and many on foot are waiting to receive 36 pounds of groceries each. Amy Johnson reports.
Cedars Sinai Nurses Give Guidance on PPENurses at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Wednesday shared how to properly put on personal protective equipment to ensure you don't unknowingly contaminate others.
CBSLA Producer Part Of Virtual Seder With 20 Family MembersPaul Cordell, like so many Jews around the world, maintained his social distance, but still observed the holy holiday. Suzanne Marques reports.
'Stay At Home': African Americans Dying Of Coronavirus At Higher RatesKenneth Orduna of the Community Neighborhood Health Foundation talked to DeMarco Morgan about the troubling coronavirus numbers.
Father-Daughter Trainer Duo Offering Free Virtual PE Classes to KidsCorey and Alexa Enman talked to DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques about doing their part to keep kids moving. To learn more about the PE class, visit https://www.facebook.com/pg/arcfitnessburbank/.
Expert Breaks Down Tech Impact of PandemicJessica Naziri from TechSesh discusses all things technology during “Stay at Home” orders.
Ventura County Reports 20 New Coronavirus Cases, 1 More DeathVentura County on Wednesday reported 20 new cases of the novel coronavirus and one additional virus-related death. Katie Johnston reports.
Local Doctor Gives Advice for Breast Cancer SurvivorsDr. Josh Neman from USC discusses safety tips suggested for breast cancer patients and their families during the coronavirus pandemic.
San Bernardino Police Arrest Man Accused Of Sexual AssaultSan Bernardino police have arrested a man accused of sexually assaulting several women, and detectives believe there may be additional victims. Katie Johnston reports.
Animation Shows Distance Coronavirus Can Travel In Single CoughThe particles from a cough can spread quickly and over store shelves in a grocery store. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Fast Food Workers To Go On Strike TodayWorkers are demanding more hazard pay after an employee at a South LA McDonald's tested positive for coronavirus. Suzanne Marques reports.
City Parks, Trails Closed For Easter Sunday To Discourage Gatherings, Egg HuntsPassover and Easter looked and felt very different this year due to social distancing. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Crew Member Of USNS Mercy Positive For CoronavirusIn spite of the increasingly bad numbers, hospitals say they are meeting the needs of patients. Tina Patel reports.

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