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.
Dispersal of funds for COVID-19 housing relief hits some snags. Request for $1.25 million from emergency funds to upgrade Almansor Court is rejected.
Overall decline in deaths, hospitalizations led County officials to reduce restrictions. Tests continue to be available and Alhambra's independent site will be operating through Friday.
Small retailers and their suppliers may reopen if they follow health department guidelines. Beaches are reopening with some restrictions; tennis courts and some community gardens will also be available.
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.
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Ferrer details five stage plan for reopening with necessary health criteria to move forward. Beaches will not be reopened immediately but golf courses and trails will.
The Perfect Exposure Gallery owner Armando Arorizo photographed a changing Alhambra as the county's "Safer at Home" orders went into effect. Restaurants on Main and Valley have a different look.
Business is down in both ends of the store and there are concerns about maintaining the supply of authentic ingredients from India.
Alhambra’s Auto Row dealerships are open and operating but they are assessing their business models on a day-to-day basis. Local grocery stores are slowly recovering from the panic buying.