As COVID-19 cases rise across the U.S., California rate stays low

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The U.S. is experiencing a 25% increase in COVID-19 cases overall. California is seeing a slight increase in new cases per day but is doing notably better than other states. — KTLA

Hearst Castle, the state’s most famous mansion, is still closed to visitors. In the meantime, groundskeepers are taking on major projects, including deep-cleaning the Roman Pool and replacing the Belgian carillon bells first installed in 1932. — L.A. Times

According to a new study, child care centers don’t increase the spread of infections. This is dissimilar to the flu, which children are often vectors for when attending in-person schools. — L.A. Times

Chapman University is seeing an outbreak among students on and off campus. The school is planning on transitioning to increased in-person learning on Oct. 19. — KTLA

Beloved mom and pop businesses in L.A. are still battling the financial hurdles of the pandemic, and customers are rallying to keep them open. — KPCC

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Pedestrians walk the Echo Park Lake trail counter-clockwise to adhere to current safety guidelines. Photo by Afonso Salcedo.

This article first appeared on Los Angeleno and is shared with their permission in partnership with the Los Angeles Wave. You can subscribe for news and features from Los Angeleno here.

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