New limits on gatherings and businesses have been announced in L.A. County. They include restaurants, breweries, wineries and non-essential retail stores closing any operations from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., as well as a cap on no more than three households at any gathering. — Los Angeles Daily News
Although young people are the primary transmitters of the coronavirus, older people in L.A. are the ones experiencing significant illness and death. — KTLA
Some people have started to get tests for the coronavirus as a way to clear themselves to attend dinner parties without needing to wear masks or keep their distance.
That’s absolutely the wrong thing to do. https://t.co/5a1mnNptrS
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) November 17, 2020
A judge has denied an attempt by the largest landlord organization in Southern California to reverse the city’s eviction ban and rent freeze. — NBC Los Angeles
We're in a bizarre situation where it is a clearly terrible idea to have family holidays, but it's absurd to tell people this is off limits when they are still being expected to go to their jobs every single day and their governments are doing nothing to keep them safe
— ad astra per rosam ⚓🌹🥇 (@Quirknky) November 15, 2020
Steven Argula prepares a Fourth of July barbecue while wearing a protective face mask. Photo by Afonso Salcedo.