COVID-19 testing sites see thousands of vacant appointments

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By Emily Jo Wharry Contributing Writer

COVID-19 testing sites across L.A. have thousands of empty appointment slots. In July, about 130,000 people were tested weekly. Now, about 74,000 people visit every week. — NBC Los Angeles

Local hotel employees and other service workers are fearful of having increased exposure to the coronavirus, as guests and tourists fail to wear masks. — KCRW

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Yesterday, California surpassed 15,000 coronavirus-related deaths. L.A. County has the highest death toll with 6,353, followed by Riverside and Orange Counties. — KCRA

Hollywood labor unions reached a deal with studios to resume filming and production. The agreement mandates regular COVID-19 testing schedules for employees, paid coronavirus sick leave and personal protective equipment guidelines. — CBS Los Angeles

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

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