Staff Sues Riverside Hospital for Inadequate COVID-19 Protections

USPS staffing shortages are exacerbating coronavirus concerns about social distancing.

A group of staff at Riverside Community Hospital are suing the hospital for being asked to return to work while still having coronavirus symptoms, as well as for not being provided with adequate PPE. — KTLA Los Angeles

L.A. County’s chief medical officer announced that if COVID-19 cases continue to drop, school officials can begin applying for waivers to reopen. The goal would be having fewer than 200 cases per 100,000 people — over the last two weeks, L.A. has had 275 cases per 100,000 people. — L.A. Times

The most common underlying conditions in those who have died from COVID-19 are high blood pressure and diabetes. — The Eastsider

The delays affecting the U.S. Postal Service are compounding with pandemic-related problems. One L.A. public housing complex was told that its deliveries would arrive at a centralized location, not on doorsteps, requiring that residents leave their homes to retrieve mail. — L.A. Times


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