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There is currently no relationship established between ibuprofen and complications coronavirus, but outstanding.

So, while scientists try to figure out, spokesman Christian Lindmeier is to take an alternative drug.

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West Hollywood Mayor John D’Amico has tested positive for COVID-19 and self-quarantine at home, according to a statement from a spokesman for the city

Here’s more from the statement of Sheri A. Lunn, obtained by KPCC / LAist :.

“The mayor took every precaution as directed by a physician and public health directives. She went home to rest and practice an abundance of self-care, the husband of his fine and doing his part to quarantine at home with the Mayor D’Amico, to facilitate their household focus on health, the Mayor requested privacy at this time “

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command issued this evening the new Orange County specifically says “do not prohibit such activities attenda rice grade regular school, going to work, or perform a vital service. “

That came more than 24 hours after the order previously made ” in Orange County, appears to prohibit both public and private meetings in Orange county through the end of the month.

to reduce the damage, Orange County leaders appear at the press conference (replay available above) to clarify what is actually meant and admitted they spent the day fielding calls from constituents angry and confused.

Supervisor Michelle Steele kicked off the press conference by stating that the county is not in lockdown. But local officials, like many countries, which advises people to practice social distancing when out in public

Supervisor Don Wagner said :.

“Do not you turn away business. Do not say I shut down and worried that the sheriff’s department will come and arrest you to go to work in the morning”

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Nursing home spokesman in California said they risk running out of protective masks and gowns as soon as next week. as healthcare providers struggle to contain an outbreak of coronavirus.

“There is no backup. It’s gotten to the point that the vendor does not have a product to sell, “said Jason Belden, emergency management director for the California Association of Health Facilities.

The group representing hundreds of nursing homes in California.

He said that most nursing homes only have a seven day supply of personal protective equipment.

“There will not be enough if the swell is anywhere beyond the capacity now,” said Belden. “The supply chain has not been restored yet, and it’s been basically broken for a month and a half.”

Masks and gowns help keep health workers from being infected and of spreading the virus to the elderly and disabled patients, who are particularly vulnerable.

“If the facility has a three-day supply to manage patient isolation and they get the residents out of the hospital to meet those needs, they will end quickly enough resources,” said Belden.

A has been found recently that the lack of protective equipment for health care workers to contribute to an outbreak of coronavirus associated with 30 deaths in nursing homes in the state of Washington.

Many states, including California, have been asking the federal government to disperse medical supplies from the national strategic stockpile, despite the NPR report in crisis

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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti today activated an emergency power given to him by the city charter in order to provide special assistance for the homeless as a pandemic spreads coronavirus.

The strength he cites known as, the size of which gives the mayor the ability to move any city employees to combat the crisis, including to house the homeless.

Like millions of people across Los Angeles County crowd and work from home under the guidance of social distance strict, Garcetti remind listen to the people that a lot of people do not have a home to go to:

“If we do not act now, this pandemic can see our homeless population is disproportionately affected, and they are already disproportionately have an underlying health condition that makes them most vulnerable to morbidity.”

The fact is that the homeless population of the city at high risk for mortality widespread if COVID-19 spread among the shanty towns of countless, the city of tents and shelters where people without a permanent home now cluster. Sanitation in short supply, such as the water and even garbage pickup walking routine. Even before this pandemic began to spread, the age of a person living on the streets here have significantly shorter than the average.

To resolve medical crisis at this time, the mayor laid out several steps to significantly speed up the opening of emergency shelters, including:

Garcetti said the city will follow the guidelines of social distance required by health officials the community and not try to house more people in the shelter than they can contain.

He called it a logistical effort unprecedented.

“I mean, we’re talking about 2,300 beds to Bridge Home shelter that took us about 18 months, and they are moving fast enough -. Sometimes 90 days We’re talking about 1,600 beds in a matter of three or four days, now. “

the city has taken steps to increase support among unsheltered to help improve hygiene, providing nearly 300 hand-washing stations and 120 mobile bathrooms, Garcetti said.

Now it also suspended the rule requiring homeless individuals to record their tents during the day in an attempt to create social distance is easier to achieve and to make them more visible to the city and county workers.

The police will accompany the city and county staff to ensure a safe working environment.

so far no cases of coronavirus infection among unhoused, he said. But he stressed that COVID-19 190 confirmed cases in the city so far tend to be just a piece of the actual situation.

“Too few people are being tested,” he said, adding “we are all safer at home”

Garcetti said the city has a reserve fund that is currently sitting at a record level -. twice the level it was before the great recession of 2008. In addition, the city has created COVID an emergency response fund to ensure it can marshall -19 whatever tools necessary to tackle the pandemic, in addition to whatever state and federal funding finally came through.

Garcetti said only “critical care workers we have to go to work.” He also said that remains an important service for those who fall into that category and will continue to run

near the conclusion of his speech Garcetti added :.

“There are still difficult days ahead, and I’m ready to step up and take whatever steps are necessary to protect the Los Angeles based on advice from the county.”

with coronavirus new cause interference economy-wide, the city of Los Angeles plans to offer a lifeboat for several small businesses in the form of low to no-interest loans.

City Economic and Employment Development Department (EWDD) will offer $ 11 million in loans, ranging from $ 5,000 to $ 20,000 each, through the newly established.

Restaurants, gyms, retail stores and other small businesses who see they can use the loan to pay for working capital expenses while they are trying to stay afloat.

The loans will be offered with no interest for up to one year, or 3-5% interest for up to five years.

To qualify, the business must:

EWDD General Manager Carolyn Hull said there was no special stamp on how many employees a business can have in order to apply, even though the program was designed with the business targets with about 20 employees or less.

“The loan amount actually to cope with companies that are smaller,” said Hull. “We want to ensure companies can recover as quickly as possible when the currentEmergency has been stopped. “

The loan will help anywhere from 550 to 2,200 businesses LA. Many more are likely to be affected, but Hull said the city program intended for other sources of funding, such as coming through the US Small Business Administration ,

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professional and personal lives we have dramatically upended by the deployment, but the public transport regional in over Los Angeles was still moving – although it feels now ( and the service is reduced in some places).

Wednesday, La County Metropolitan Transportation Authority run services on weekdays and institute regular officials said there are currently no plans to close.

But the agency “can tailor services to specific paths based … on the reality of the way,” spokeswoman Anna Chen in Metro Source blog

applicable. “If you can stay at home, please do”

for more on how the institution responds – along with transport services managed by the city of LA and other local goverments – read my full story :.

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Los Angeles County public health officials and political leaders giving them daily updates on the response to. Coronavirus plague

Here are some of the announcements made today:

The site is open to individuals who “have a provider directive to be tested,” said LA County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer. He said the goal was to make it easy for people to find a place in their community where they can have the specimens collected without having to get out of their cars.

The specimens were analyzed in the county, commercial and CDC laboratories and generally require several days turnaround before the results come back. Ferrer said the pilot seemed to work and that the drive-thru process should help to increase the capacity in the district.

Location cases in LA County. ** Do not assume that one location is more secure than others. The case in LA County, so please stay at home as much as possible and practice social distancing if you have to go out. **

This story will be updated.

The food at the time of the coronavirus means wearing latex gloves to the grocery store, keep your distance from other buyers and wiping your shopping cart before you touch it. This protocol is all about keeping COVID-19 spread, especially to the people in most of the high-risk groups. But people still need to eat. And that usually means people have to go to the store.

Some local grocery stores have started holding “senior shopping hours.” They set aside the first hour or two businesses – usually 7-8 am -. Only to buyers who are at least 60 years or immune-compromised

“We have seen on the news how important it is for people who are 65 or older to stay at home and I thought, ‘We have to help them get food, ‘ “says Michell Guajardo, who owns and operates Altadena location, which seems like it is the first Los Angeles-area stores to announce will do this. Since then, several grocery chains to follow.

Does it help seniors protect? Or lull them into a false sense of security?

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commercial tenants will not be evicted if they can not pay their rent this month,

“Angelenos who own businesses in our city well worth the peace of mind,” said Mayor Garcetti dalam’The moratorium will help alleviate some of the deepest problems while we pass through this crisis together. ‘

But for small business owners who have already paid the rent this month, the announcement was not helpful.

Sam Moaven has a frame 2000 in Venice and said his rent is not due until April. He told me:

“Our politicians are not in touch with reality. I mean, what’s the point? “

The ban evictions are likely to be extended, if necessary, the entire emergency, according to the mayor’s office.

commercial landlords are now worried about how they can afford their monthly expenses with no rent coming. mortgage payments, insurance, taxes and maintenance

“This sets up a system where people who have worked hard and saved and able to pay for these properties and take risks with investments, they will be punished with this,” Donegan said McCuaig, for DTLA Real Estate broker who represents the owner of a commercial building.

McCuaig told me many of his clients have just bought a property in a hot arEAS, such as downtown L.A., and have a high mortgage payment to worry about.

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public school students California will not have to take a standardized test their annual this year, school officials promised land this morning

Almost all K-12 public schools of California have been closed in response to outbreak of coronavirus -. and

Federal law requires that all students from third through eighth grade, as well as some high school students, to take a standard benchmark tests every year. But this year, state schools Supt. Tony Thurmond said it was not realistic.

“It is not even feasible to expect that we can assemble the students in a way where they can take the test. Even if we could, one would have to wonder what their educational value test will result. “

Thurmond echoed the Governor Gavin Newsom promise was first made during a press conference Tuesday night alone.

to follow through on that promise, state officials have to jump through a few hoops first. They should ask the US Department of Education for a waiver of the annual testing requirements.

During the webinar for school officials across the state Wednesday, Thurmond also hinted that Newsom may immediately issue an executive order to cancel the test.

in many schools, the closure coronaviruses fall right in the middle of what would have tested the season. In the Los Angeles Unified – the state’s largest district – school students can begin to give this test last week

Last week, I published LAist (also known as “family motel”) in the San Gabriel Valley .. Yesterday, I got stuck with some sources I

There are hundreds of these places, where the newly arrived Chinese immigrants were packed into apartments, condos, and garage conversions -. And by a lot, I mean 10, 15, even more.

Zhang Chunsheng, a construction worker, told me that someone in the boarding house was sick with a fever but refused to go to hospital. Zhang said he was afraid, and left the city

And city officials

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COVID-19 has changed the way we live overnight , And understandably, people are afraid of what it means for the community forward

You may have to look at a picture like the one above – .. the long lines at the stores of weapons throughout the region

I was familar with instinct of reporting that I did when I host a podcast called and people were asking me again and again: Should I buy a gun

at the core of the argument that it is belief that society? will fail. law enforcement will be ineffective. That your neighbors will turn against you. And it’s you and only you can save yourself and that you need the weapons to do so.

I talked to Robyn Gershon, Clinical Professor at NYU school of public health, when I reported on the podcast and I checked in again this week. He told me:

“This is absurd We will not fall apart ..”

You have to listen – – if you invest in this prepping debate

Take a deep breath .. We will make it through this together

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(not to be confused with) card digital library offering temporary for any population, which will be valid for 90 days.

The decision comes in the wake of the 86 library branches close to the end of March due to coronavirus. With a temporary card, the user can access the organization’s e-books, audio books, magazines, movies and TV Streaming, homework help, online classes, and more.

To register, each of LA County residents can go to it.

Los Angeles Public Library has also, and those with existing cards can still access them as well.

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President Donald Trump and Coronavirus White House Task Force held a press conference today to update share. the US response to COVID 19th pandemic

Here are some announcements keys President Trump and officials of the task force created:

President earlier this morning that the US-Canada border will be closed temporarily for ” non-essential traffic, “but said it would not affect trade

you can watch the full press conference below (starting at 01:04:00 mark) :.

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Pomona trailer park, California Trailer Grove, owned and managed by entities connected to the owner of the company PAMA Mike Nijjar and Management. It is the site of typhus epidemic in 2015 -. The first of the LA County has seen in years

And it is one of the few properties I reported during

I called the resident Kara Gomez to see how life was in a trailer park now that coronavirus outbreak has taken hold in Southern California. He told me:

“Many people do not have running water in their homes even wash their hands”

In December, Gomez received a letter saying her management company changed from PAMA to Mobile Management Services, Inc. That old company officer PAMA staff, and a garden continues to be owned by an entity connected to Mike Nijjar

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Now that school is closed, the state agency that licenses child’s provider is expanding its ability to provide care. But some providers to question whether they should take the kids, or even remain open at all.

An emergency waiver from the California Department of Social Services allows entrepreneurs to open emergency child care services and independent providers to increase the number of children in their care if there is a shortage of children.

The department is also working to create a temporary labor to staff the emergency children in high-needs employers such as hospitals.

guidance and lightening license issued on Tuesday placed away from decision-making on the providers themselves – which raised a lot of questions. So much providerstried to join the Department of Social Services conference call Tuesday that it was due to technical difficulties.

Kim Martin, who has run a licensed child care from his North Hollywood home for 23 years, is looking for more clarity on whether to keep operating.

“I’m personally not going to close unless they tell me, but part of me wanted them to tell me to shut because I was a little nervous, too,” he said. “There are people who are still in need of care.”

One of the reasons he was nervous was that he turned 66 this year, making it the population more likely to get seriously ill from a coronavirus. Moreover, he did not believe he would qualify for any kind of unemployment if he is closed.

Age is a big part of the volunteer workers who make non-profit organization run. But what happens now California 65 and older were told to stay at home in light of the new coronavirus crisis?

In recent days since Governor Gavin Newsom called for self-isolation of seniors, community organizations have been trying to navigate the guidelines for the senior citizens who make the most of their volunteer corps.

in Anaheim, senior group dedicated run St. Vincent de Paul Service Center. Monday to Friday, they distribute groceries to individuals and families in need, and cook food for local homeless people three days a week.

The entire staff over the age of 60, said volunteer Maritza Bushman, who is 70 years old. (Full disclosure: Bushman is the mother of KPCC manufacturer.)

“We usually have canned food, dry food. We also have bread and occasionally meat, “he said. “There are people in so much need.”

RISING DEMAND, volunteer sideline

But despite the request for assistance, which is likely to increase as COVID 19th ripple effect through the economy, the service center is preparing to serve the last meal on Tuesday night, for now. With COVID-19 spread in the community and the elderly are especially at risk, it becomes impossible to secure the center staff.

“The Imam said we should close because we are all seniors and we put ourselves in danger,” said Bushman.

The center is working to let clients know about the other food pantries in the area, but it is difficult for volunteers such as Bushman and her husband, John Bushman, 82, to step back in the middle of a crisis. He told me:

“My husband was having a very hard time, because we feel like there are people who need us. More now than ever before. “

Bushman hopes to be back, serving the community as soon as it is safe.

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Another encouraged the senior organization able to adapt to the recommendations of health experts for parents to self-isolate. The non-profit-based anti-war L.A. usually meets every Friday Morning.

“We are excited to be in society. We are happy together, talking and sharing food, “said chairman Stephen Rohde.

But it is not possible at this time of social distance and special precautions for vulnerable seniors. “With all the advice, we have decided to do all of our Friday meeting with Zoom and teleconference,” he

This means a learning curve for some of the older members -. Installing applications and get comfortable with the new technology. “We want to make the best of it by drawing speakers from around the country and around the world.”

“I am a Luddite proud over the years, but with the help of my family, I ‘have moved into the modern era,” said Rodhe. “We hope to train and coach members to use the new technology, which can help them in many ways.”

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Governor Gavin Newsom now says that it is “. Rattling primal screams neck primary caregivers can be heard from San Ysidro to Crescent City. However, precautions are needed, by all accounts; announced in L.A. These days, more and hospitals.

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