The county is considering a slow reopening of the low-risk businesses and activities. The first five categories with modifications include malls, schools and nail salons.
Labobatory's efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 include telling its customers to make boba in their own kitchens.
Beginning Sept. 14, some in-person services for K-12 students will be allowed. Hair salons and barbershops can operate at 25% capacity as soon as they meet requirements.
Alhambra's COVID-19 numbers are now over 1,000 positive cases and 20 deaths. County health officials are reporting downward trends in positivity rates and deaths.
AUSD Board of Ed heard the health and safety plans for the fall. Even though the semester begins Aug. 12 with distance learning, the district is preparing for when students do have to return to the classroom.
County officials are not enforcing additional closures at the moment, but if residents don't voluntarily stay inside and bend the curve once more, the county is considering going back to more aggressive stay-at-home orders.
Alhambra Unified plans for a virtual start to the 2020-2021 year. The board heard sample schedules, athletics plans and more from district officials Tuesday night.
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The City of Alhambra will resume COVID-19 testing in front of Alhambra High and another 200 households will receive housing aid.
Los Angeles County health officials are warning residents: go back inside, otherwise the recovery will stop. Cases continue to spike, and July 4 numbers won't show up for a couple of weeks.