COVID-19 Updates

‘You MUST stay at home’: Boris Johnson locks down Britain – shutting shops and churches, banning weddings and forbidding meetings of more than two people in toughest-yet Germany-style coronavirus crackdown Boris Johnson is imposing dramatic new UK lockdown after weekend saw people flout ‘social distancing’  PM said from tonight people should only go out for […]

The city is expecting residents and businesses to comply voluntarily with a new stay-at-home order that went into effect Friday, but will use more stringent measures—including fines and arrest—if necessary, according to a new memo that gives more clarity to enforcement measures. The sweeping order, called “Safer at Home,” requires all non-essential workers and others to stay home, […]

There were 409 COVID-19 cases and five deaths in Los Angeles County as of Sunday. The L.A. County Department of Public Health had confirmed 132 coronavirus cases over the weekend, including three deaths that involved people over the age of 60 with underlying health issues. The city of L.A. is expected to announce new contracts […]

Yesterday, the Long Beach City Council unanimously voted to direct City staff to develop an economic resiliency program which would assist Long Beach families, workers and small businesses affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. This public health emergency is also an economic emergency. We are taking decisive action to support families and small businesses that need […]

  SACRAMENTO – Following through on his commitment to mobilize state personnel and assets to protect local communities and fight the spread of COVID-19, Governor Gavin Newsom today announced that he has placed the California National Guard on alert. The National Guard has been directed by the Governor to be prepared to perform humanitarian missions across […]

 Near Lockdown in The Bay and LA: Residents Instructed to Stay Home Aldon Thomas Stiles | California Black Media From March 17 to April 7, residents in six counties and one city in the Bay Area have been ordered to “shelter in place” in order to halt the spread of COVID-19, also known as coronavirus […]

In response to COVID-19 LBCC is taking precautions to protect the campus community’s health Out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of students, faculty and staff, the Long Beach Community College District will move most classes online by Wed., March 18 in order to limit the transmission of the Coronavirus COVID-19. […]

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