Friday's City Council vote became necessary after Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an Executive Order covering evictions but only covering residential tenants.
The County ordered the closures in response to large beach and trail gatherings last weekend. The five new deaths bring the L.A. County total to 26. The number of cases in the county have tripled in the last six days.
The eviction ordinance covers both residential and commercial rentals. The City Council vote came in a "special" council meeting that was done by teleconference to reflect the "Safer at Home" guidelines.
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 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 AUSD lunch program for all district students will continue next week at three elementary schools. Distance Learning opportunities will begin officially in the district on Monday. And it was announced that school closures would be extended to May 5.
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.