The L.A. County Department of Public Health is giving the green light to modified dine-in experiences and haircuts after being granted a variance in state guidelines. The county will begin moving toward a "sustainable" emergency response, said the Department of Health Services director.
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L.A. County announced July 4 as the date they hope to have most business sectors open, including restaurants, retail shopping and malls. Alhambra announced testing to all city residents.
An SGV sewing community and a teacher-student team are embracing the DIY movement to create cloth face masks, scrub caps and "ear-savers" to help protect health workers and each other.
The Thunderbirds blew over Main Street in Alhambra on their way to Los Angeles. The county is measuring the slowing of COVID-19's spread in five markers and effectiveness in four markers, which will help gauge the further loosening of restrictions.
Seven confirmed cases found in the first week at Alhambra's test site; County health inspectors monitored more than 400 businesses that opened Friday after a two-month hiatus.
Browning Mazda fails to survive the pandemic; Officials urge caution in stepping into another phase of the new normal. Cal State L.A. opens testing site with longer hours.
The Alhambra Source checked-in with First Baptist Church of Alhambra and the Asian Youth Center about their growing food distribution. More resources around the county are addressing food insecurity or making it easier to obtain food by using your benefits.
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The City of Alhambra began testing symptomatic residents on Monday. Testing will be Monday-Friday through May. The state will move forward with reopening on Friday, with state and local announcements setting those guidelines through the week.
L.A. County health officials rolled out the COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard, giving insight into persons tested, deaths per city, and demographic information like race/ethnicity and gender. Predictions and modeling were updated with calls for addressing inequity.