California Surpasses 1 Million COVID-19 Cases

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One of President-elect Joe Biden’s coronavirus advisers has proposed a four- to six-week nationwide lockdown. Whether it will be necessary, or if a vaccine becomes available, remains unclear. — ABC Los Angeles

California has become the second state in the nation — behind Texas — to surpass one million cases. California has joined other states, such as New York, in issuing a travel advisory for the holidays and discouraging Thanksgiving gatherings. — Eater Los AngelesL.A. Times

The Latinx community is California’s ethnic group experiencing the most COVID-19 cases and deaths. — KCRA

San Diego County attempted to appeal the state’s decision to move it to a more restrictive reopening tier but failed. — ABC San Diego

Housekeepers across the state are still struggling to bear the financial difficulties and health risks associated with COVID-19. — The Sacramento Bee


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Masked shoppers walk through Santee Alley while following posted safety guidelines. Photo by Afonso Salcedo.
Originally published in Los Angeleno.
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