As AUSD goes into spring break, food distribution sites like churches and community centers fill the gap. If you're over 65 and venturing into the world, seniors and disabled have a few time slots at grocery stores to shop.
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health announced the highest daily death toll of the pandemic. The department director broke down the math and projected 1 million people could be infected with COVID-19 if social distancing is not practiced.
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.
The loaned computers were tested, cleaned and wrapped in plastic bags with each student's name on them. The process is logistically complex but the district has more devices on hand to loan.
L.A. County reports the death of a child – the first in the county and possibly the U.S. – with three other deaths including one in Long Beach. Sheriff Villanueva clarifies gun shops are non-essential, and releases 1,700 inmates.
The Alhambra Chamber of Commerce posted the listing on restaurants doing takeout on its Facebook page and will be updating it as often as possible in the days to come.
The L.A. County Department of Public Health reported two more deaths and over 100 cases in the last 24 hours, bringing the county-wide totals to seven deaths and 536 cases. The Department of Public Health also released a break down of cases by age range. The County announced the acquisition of 20,000 kits, with the ability to test 5,000 people per day.
The Sheraton Fairplex in Pomona will house those isolated due to COVID-19. The Fairplex grounds will open for first responders' childcare and a food bank.
L.A. County's second death was in the Pasadena-area. The deceased is a man with underlying health issues, between the ages of 30 and 50, according to the health department. The county's message: coronavirus is here and everyone needs to respond for the good of the community. SGV cities are preparing – check out their resources.
There have been 96 new cases of coronavirus in the last 48 hours — 50 on Tuesday and 46 on Wednesday, according to the L.A. County Department of Public Health. The takeaway: focus on social distancing and aiding those who are most vulnerable, not the numbers as they increase. "Today, our county is standing together, but six feet apart," Supervisor Hilda Solis observed.