LA health officials urge Angelenos to get tested after crowd exposure

By Emily Jo Wharry Contributing Writer

L.A. County health officials are urging anyone who has recently spent time in crowds to get tested for the coronavirus. On Sunday, thousands gathered for a march in support of Armenia and a downtown celebration after the Lakers’ championship win. — NBC Los Angeles

California is easing its social gathering restrictions. Now, three households may meet so long as they wear mask, remain outdoors and limit their exposure time. — KTLA

President Trump has reportedly tested negative for COVID-19, according to a memo released by his White House doctor. Exactly when he was tested is unclear. — L.A. Times

Hundreds of L.A. tenants who were awarded $2,000 in rent relief are unable to receive their money. The program requires that landlords agree to not raise rent for a year — and many are refusing. — NBC Los Angeles


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Rob Hyde pets his dog Arthur in Elysian Park. Photo by Afonso Salcedo.


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