By Emily Jo Wharry Contributing Writer
Cases have been steadily increasing for the past two weeks in L.A. County. The county is averaging 1,200 new cases a day. At the beginning of October, there were about 940 new cases per day. Across California as a whole, cases are dropping. — NBC Los Angeles, Desert Sun
Low-income K-12 students in L.A. are suffering from a surge in failing grades related to remote learning. — L.A. Times
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Some L.A. restaurant owners are looking forward to the “COVID-19 recovery fee” surcharge for dine-in customers, while others are worried that it will turn off customers. — Eater Los Angeles
A Día de los Muertos altar was created at Pacoima’s city hall to honor the local victims of COVID-19. — ABC Los Angeles
Photo courtesy of Los Angeleno.