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"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

02:42 min | 5 months ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"Wednesday <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Silence> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Female> february <Speech_Female> seventeenth. I'm <Speech_Female> mary regalado. <Speech_Female> And here's your local <Speech_Female> news from <SpeakerChange> the los angeles <Silence> times <Speech_Female> february <Speech_Female> seventeenth. I'm <Speech_Female> mary regalado. <Speech_Female> And here's your local <Speech_Female> news from <SpeakerChange> the los angeles <Silence> times <Speech_Female> brought <Silence> to you <SpeakerChange> by audible. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Today will be sunny <Speech_Female> and pleasant with a <Speech_Female> high of seventy <Speech_Female> tonight expect clear <Speech_Female> skies and a low <Silence> of forty eight. <Silence> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> Our <Speech_Female> top story starting <Speech_Female> march first. <Speech_Female> More angelenos <Speech_Female> will be eligible to receive <Speech_Female> covid nineteen vaccinations. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> The pool includes <Speech_Female> educators and childcare <Speech_Female> workers food <Speech_Female> and agriculture <Speech_Female> workers including <Speech_Female> grocery store employees <Speech_Female> and law <Speech_Female> enforcement and first <Speech_Female> responders <Speech_Female> more than one point <Speech_Female> three million people <Speech_Female> fall into those groups. <Speech_Female> Meanwhile <Speech_Female> roughly thirty <Speech_Female> eight percent of la county <Speech_Female> residents sixty <Speech_Female> five and older <Speech_Female> have received their <Speech_Female> first vaccine <Speech_Female> dose and <Speech_Female> according to the california <Speech_Female> department of public health <Speech_Female> overall <Speech_Female> more than one point <Speech_Female> five <SpeakerChange> million vaccine <Speech_Female> doses have been <Speech_Female> administered in the county <Silence> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> in <Speech_Female> education los <Speech_Female> angeles county elementary <Speech_Female> school campuses <Speech_Female> are cleared to <Speech_Female> fully reopen. <Speech_Female> Health officials <Speech_Female> announced this week <Speech_Female> that the county met a <Speech_Female> key threshold <Speech_Female> a seven day average <Speech_Female> daily corona virus <Speech_Female> infections below <Speech_Female> twenty five cases <Speech_Female> per one hundred thousand <Speech_Female> residents <Speech_Female> but the milestone <Speech_Female> will not result <Speech_Female> in an immediate reopening <Speech_Female> of campuses <Speech_Female> in los angeles unified <Speech_Female> schools <Speech_Female> district officials <Speech_Female> and the teachers union <Speech_Female> are in negotiations <Speech_Female> over. What a return <Speech_Female> to campus would look like <Speech_Female> and it isn't <Speech_Female> clear if either <Speech_Female> side is ready for <Speech_Female> an immediate resumption <Speech_Female> of in person <Silence> instruction <Speech_Female> in <Speech_Female> other virus news <Speech_Female> as the winter <Speech_Female> surged fades at <Speech_Female> the covid. Nineteen death <Speech_Female> rate for. Latino residents <Speech_Female> of la county <Speech_Female> remains <Speech_Female> triple the rate <Speech_Female> for white residents <Speech_Female> the average fatality <Speech_Female> rate for latino <Speech_Female> residents peaked <Speech_Female> in mid january <Speech_Female> at forty eight <Speech_Female> deaths per one hundred <Speech_Female> thousand compared <Speech_Female> with sixteen <Speech_Female> deaths per one hundred <Speech_Female> thousand white residents. <Speech_Female> That's according <Speech_Female> to data released <Speech_Female> last week by <Speech_Female> la county <Speech_Female> by the end of the month. <Speech_Female> The rates for all <Speech_Female> races and ethnicities <Speech_Female> had dropped <Speech_Female> but they fell more <Speech_Female> slowly for latino <Speech_Female> and black residents. <Speech_Female> Latino <Speech_Female> workers have the highest <Speech_Female> rate of unemployment <Speech_Female> in essential frontline <Speech_Female> jobs <Speech_Female> were. there's a higher risk <Speech_Female> of exposure to <Silence> the coronavirus <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and in sports. <Speech_Female> The dodgers <Speech_Female> pitchers and catchers <Speech_Female> report spring <Speech_Female> training today in arizona. <Speech_Female> The <Speech_Female> defending mlb <Speech_Female> champions beefed up <Speech_Female> their rotation late <Speech_Female> in the offseason <Speech_Female> by signing trevor. <Speech_Female> Bauer la <Speech_Female> then locked up slugger <Speech_Female> justin turner <Speech_Female> for another two years <Speech_Female> even before <Speech_Female> adding bauer. The dodgers <Speech_Female> were expected to <Speech_Female> contend for the world <Speech_Female> series title again. <Speech_Female> The san diego <Speech_Female> padres. Who acquired <Speech_Female> pitchers blake <Speech_Female> snell and yu. Darvish <Speech_Female> will likely <Speech_Female> be chasing them. <Speech_Female> Exhibition games <Speech_Female> start february <Speech_Female> twenty eighth. A <Speech_Female> limited number of tickets <Speech_Female> will be available <Speech_Female> and fans

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

03:16 min | 5 months ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"Monday february fifteenth. I'm mary regalado. And here's your local news from the los angeles times brought to you by audible. Today will be mostly cloudy with a high of sixty seven and a low tonight. A fifty three our top story for the first time in california. There's data breaking down covid. Nineteen vaccine recipients by race age and gender and the report shows disparities. Yesterday's data from the california department of public health shows that white californians have received almost thirty three percent of the first available doses latino and asian residents have received sixteen and thirteen percent respectively followed by black residents at almost three percent in a breakdown by age seniors. Sixty five and older have been inoculated. The most almost fifty five percent there followed by eighteen to forty nine year olds at nearly twenty nine percent and fifty to sixty four year olds at close to seventeen percent. Almost fifty nine percent of women have received the vaccine versus forty one percent of men in environmental news. California's rainy season. Starting twenty seven days later than it did in the nineteen sixties. That's what researchers say. This could affect the wildfire season in the state. The onset of the rains which used to start in november is now delayed until december and when the rain comes. It's being concentrated during january and february. You lena lou veg a climate scientist at the university of belgrade in serbia and the lead author of the rain study says the result is that the precipitation season has become shorter and sharper in california. This isn't good news as the state just endured. Its worst wildfire season the worst fires in the fall when vegetation is at its maximum dryness in other news a fix could be on the way for the sewage flow that has plagued san diego beaches for decades to one is wastewater system has been overwhelmed by the city's fast expanding population that often causes water laced with raw sewage trash and chemicals to flow over the border and then beaches must be closed. The environmental protection agency has secured roughly three hundred million dollars under a two thousand nineteen trade with mexico and canada and much of it appears to be slated for water quality projects along the border in san diego and in sports news. The dodgers and fan favourite justin turner have agreed on a two year contract. This means the third baseman will return to a lineup that he helped propel to a world series championship last season the pact also concluded a standoff between the two sides that lasted for more than three months. Turner's deal is worth thirty. Four million dollars guaranteed including eight million dollar signing bonus. The contract was agreed upon just days. Before the dodgers spring training was set to begin for these stories and more visit. La times dot com. Start your twenty twenty one journey with more of what you love. All in one place with audible be audible. Plus catalogue gives you access to thousands of select audiobooks podcasts audible originals and more so whether you're looking to be informed entertained or just laugh a little more this year and joy with audible and your first thirty days on us when you sign up at audible dot com..

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"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

01:32 min | 6 months ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"It's thursday february fourth. I'm mary regalado. And here's your local news from the los angeles times brought to you by state farm like a good neighbor state. Farm is there today will be beautiful and sunny with a high of sixty eight and low tonight. A forty nine. Our top story governor gavin. Newsom says he believes california's. Schools can safely reopen during the pandemic even if teachers have not received the cove nineteen vaccine as long as other safety protocols are observed teachers unions including united teachers. La have balked at resuming in person instruction before teachers are inoculated but the governor says proper safety measures and support systems would be in place before students teachers and staff returned to school. Newsom adds that he would like to prioritize teachers in the states vaccination plans they are next in line. After the current priority of inoculating individuals sixty five and older and healthcare workers in related news federal authorities announced yesterday that two new covid nineteen vaccination sights will open in the state next week. One is located at cal state. Los angeles the other is at the oakland coliseum. They both aim to help seniors. Who have struggled to get vaccines sites. There will be a drive through site at cal state. La and a walkup facility near the schools transit hub where buses and trains stop. Officials are working with l. A. county metropolitan transit authority uber and lift to secure vouchers for vulnerable residents. Who don't have easy access.

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

03:30 min | 6 months ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"It's <Speech_Female> wednesday february <Speech_Female> third. I'm <Speech_Female> mary regalado. And <Speech_Female> here's your local news <Speech_Female> from the los angeles <Silence> times <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> brought <Silence> to you by audible. <Silence> wednesday february <Speech_Female> third. I'm <Speech_Female> mary regalado. And <Speech_Female> here's your local news <Speech_Female> from the los angeles <Silence> times <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> brought <Silence> to you by audible. <Silence> <Speech_Female> We <Speech_Female> could see some patchy <Speech_Female> fog this morning <Speech_Female> otherwise it <Speech_Female> will be partly cloudy <Speech_Female> with a high of sixty <Speech_Female> six and a low tonight <Silence> of forty nine. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Our top story <Speech_Female> grocery and drugstore <Speech_Female> workers in <Speech_Female> could receive <Speech_Female> a five dollar an <Speech_Female> hour raise during <Speech_Female> the pandemic <Speech_Female> yesterday. The la <Speech_Female> city council back <Speech_Female> plan to temporarily <Speech_Female> give hazard <Speech_Female> pay. Despite <Speech_Female> warnings that the wage <Speech_Female> hike could bring lawsuits <Speech_Female> and store <Speech_Female> closings. The <Speech_Female> council voted unanimously <Speech_Female> to order city <Speech_Female> attorneys to <Speech_Female> draft an ordinance <Speech_Female> that gives grocery <Speech_Female> and drugstore workers <Speech_Female> hero. Pay for the <Speech_Female> next one hundred twenty <Speech_Female> days. <Speech_Female> The council <SpeakerChange> still has <Speech_Female> to vote on the ordnance <Silence> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> in <Speech_Female> other news. Governor <Speech_Female> gavin newsom job <Speech_Female> approval rating among <Speech_Female> california. Voters <Speech_Female> has plummeted. <Speech_Female> That's according <Speech_Female> to a poll by the uc <Speech_Female> berkeley institute <Speech_Female> of governmental studies. <Speech_Female> Less <Speech_Female> than half of california <Speech_Female> voters forty <Speech_Female> six percent <Speech_Female> approved of newsome's <Speech_Female> job performance <Speech_Female> just four <Speech_Female> months ago. The governor <Speech_Female> had a sixty <Speech_Female> four percent approval <Speech_Female> rating that <Speech_Female> rating was among the <Speech_Female> highest of any california <Speech_Female> governor in the last <Speech_Female> fifty years <Speech_Female> at the same point <Speech_Female> in their first term. <Speech_Female> More than <Speech_Female> a third of the state's <Speech_Female> registered voters <Speech_Female> said. They would vote to <Speech_Female> oust him from office. <Speech_Female> If a republican <Speech_Female> led recall qualifies <Speech_Female> for the ballot. <Speech_Female> The results are <Speech_Female> driven largely by dissatisfaction <Speech_Female> over <Speech_Female> the state's response <Speech_Female> to the covid. Nineteen pandemic <Silence> <Speech_Female> in business. <Speech_Female> News amazon <Speech_Female> has agreed to pay more <Speech_Female> than sixty one million <Speech_Female> dollars to drivers <Speech_Female> who were denied. <Speech_Female> The full amount <Speech_Female> of customer tips. <Speech_Female> The settlement <Speech_Female> reached after <Speech_Female> federal trade commission. <Speech_Female> Investigation <Speech_Female> comes nearly two <Speech_Female> years after the <Speech_Female> l. a. times exposed. <Speech_Female> How amazon <Speech_Female> had been using tips <Speech_Female> to subsidize <Speech_Female> payments to its <Speech_Female> flex drivers. <Speech_Female> The money will reimburse <Speech_Female> drivers whose <Speech_Female> tips were withheld <Speech_Female> over the last two and <Speech_Female> a half years. <Speech_Female> In addition <Speech_Female> amazon will be prohibited <Speech_Female> from making changes <Speech_Female> to how drivers <Speech_Female> received customer <Speech_Female> tips without <Speech_Female> first getting the written <Speech_Female> consent <SpeakerChange> of <Silence> the drivers <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> in politics. <Speech_Female> Former mixed martial <Speech_Female> arts fighter tito <Speech_Female> ortiz will remain <Speech_Female> mayor pro. <Speech_Female> Tem huntington beach. <Speech_Female> After the city <Speech_Female> council fail to vote <Speech_Female> on a motion stripping <Speech_Female> him of the title <Speech_Female> the item <Speech_Female> under consideration <Speech_Female> claimed he had <Speech_Female> failed to perform at <Speech_Female> a level expected <Speech_Female> for this position <Speech_Female> and demonstrated <Speech_Female> little commitment to serving <Speech_Female> in the role with honor <Speech_Female> and dignity <Speech_Female> ortiz. A <Speech_Female> longtime huntington <Speech_Female> beach resident who <Speech_Female> had no prior political <Speech_Female> experience <Speech_Female> was elected in <Speech_Female> november with the most <Speech_Female> votes in city. <Speech_Female> History he <Speech_Female> has since drawn <Speech_Female> the ire of many on <Speech_Female> the council for his <Speech_Female> refusal to wear a mask <Speech_Female> amid the <Silence> coronavirus pandemic <Silence> <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> in sports the <Speech_Female> los angeles angels <Speech_Female> have suspended pitching <Speech_Female> coach mickey callaway <Speech_Female> after <Speech_Female> allegations of sexual <Speech_Female> harassment surfaced. <Speech_Female> Calloway <Speech_Female> suspension <Speech_Female> will last until <Speech_Female> the organization can complete <Speech_Female> a full investigation <Speech_Female> of <Speech_Female> the allegations. <Speech_Female> The athletic <Speech_Female> reported on monday <Speech_Female> that calloway <Speech_Female> inappropriate advances <Speech_Female> toward at least <Speech_Female> five women <Speech_Female> in the sports media industry <Speech_Female> over <Speech_Female> the course of about five <Speech_Female> years while working <Speech_Female> for the angels. <Speech_Female> The new york. 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"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

02:08 min | 6 months ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"Twenty second. <Speech_Female> I'm mary regalado. <Speech_Female> And here's your local <Speech_Female> news from the los angeles <Silence> times <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> brought to you by <Silence> audible. second. <Speech_Female> I'm mary regalado. <Speech_Female> And here's your local <Speech_Female> news from the los angeles <Silence> times <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> brought to you by <Silence> audible. <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> Today will be <Speech_Female> cloudy and cooler <Speech_Female> with a possible shower <Speech_Female> later in the afternoon <Speech_Female> highs <Speech_Female> will also be around sixty <Speech_Female> two with low <Silence> tonight fifty <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> our top story. <Speech_Female> The odds that a person <Speech_Female> will die while <Speech_Female> hospitalized in <Speech_Female> l. a. county for covid <Speech_Female> nineteen <Speech_Female> has doubled in <Speech_Female> recent months. <Speech_Female> That's according to an <Speech_Female> analysis released <Speech_Female> wednesday by the county's <Silence> health department <Speech_Female> data shows <Speech_Female> that the chances that <Speech_Female> someone will die from <Speech_Female> the disease while hospitalized <Speech_Female> increased <Speech_Female> from about <Speech_Female> one in eight <Speech_Female> in september and october <Speech_Female> two roughly <Speech_Female> one in four <Speech_Female> since early november <Speech_Female> in <Speech_Female> all more than four <Speech_Female> thousand of la county's <Speech_Female> fourteen thousand <Speech_Female> plus cove in nineteen <Speech_Female> deaths have <Speech_Female> been reported since <Silence> new year's day <Speech_Female> the county <Speech_Female> also accounts <Speech_Female> for roughly forty one <Speech_Female> percent of california's. <Speech_Female> Thirty five thousand <Speech_Female> cumulative cove <Speech_Female> nineteen deaths <Speech_Female> despite being home <Speech_Female> to only a quarter <Speech_Female> of the state's population <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> in vaccine news <Speech_Female> schools can be <Speech_Female> used as covid nineteen <Speech_Female> vaccine centers <Speech_Female> under new state guidelines. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> But what california <Speech_Female> needs. More than new sites <Speech_Female> is more <Speech_Female> vaccine. Doses <Speech_Female> supply issues <Speech_Female> are becoming a critical <Speech_Female> problem <Speech_Female> and some counties <Speech_Female> say they are running out <Speech_Female> l. a. county <Speech_Female> public health director <Speech_Female> barbara farah <Speech_Female> also said the county <Speech_Female> often doesn't know <Speech_Female> how many doses it <Speech_Female> will get each week <Speech_Female> on <Speech_Female> average. It is receiving <Speech_Female> between one hundred <Speech_Female> ten thousand one <Speech_Female> hundred sixty thousand <Speech_Female> doses <Speech_Female> people sixty five <Speech_Female> and older endured <Speech_Female> long lines as <Speech_Female> well and state <Speech_Female> officials warn us <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> could delay getting <Speech_Female> all older californians <Speech_Female> vaccinated <Speech_Female> and <SpeakerChange> the possibility <Speech_Female> of moving onto <Silence> other groups <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> in <SpeakerChange> other news. <Speech_Female> California evictions <Speech_Female> may double <Speech_Female> over the next year <Speech_Female> as pandemic related <Speech_Female> financial woes <Speech_Female> it deepen for <Speech_Female> thousands of renters. <Speech_Female> According to estimates <Speech_Female> by state court <Speech_Female> officials landlords <Speech_Female> are expecting to <Speech_Female> file two hundred <Speech_Female> forty thousand <Speech_Female> new eviction cases <Speech_Female> state <Speech_Female> addiction protections <Speech_Female>

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"It's monday january eighteenth. I'm mary regalado. And here's your local news from the los angeles times brought to you by audible. Today will be mostly sunny. But not as warm with a high of seventy seven and a low tonight. Fifty six our top story on saturday. Los angeles county surpassed one million carruthers cases. Since it reported its first infection. Nearly one year ago the county also recorded its first instance of a more contagious variant of the virus health experts. Worry the new strain will bring even more challenges to the region which has become a hotbed of covid nineteen in the us conditions in l. a. Area hospitals remained critical as well and the discovery of the variant adds even more urgency to officials race to vaccinate as many people as possible before it takes hold in crime news during the first two weeks of two thousand twenty one. There were fifty nine shooting victims in the city of los angeles that compares to just seven over the same time period last year l. a. Police chief michael moore called into the crime surge in a tweet on saturday. The ongoing pandemic which has kept many businesses closed and many people at home may be one factor crime patterns radically shifted after the state issued its shutdown order in march overall in two thousand twenty homicides shootings and car thefts surged while robberies reported rapes and lesser property. Crimes dropped off according to the l. a. times homicide report more than six hundred fifty people have been killed in l. a. county in the last twelve months in other news..

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

02:21 min | 8 months ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"It's monday november twenty third. I'm mary regalado. And here's your local news from the los angeles times brought to you by the s-o-f-i daily podcast reaching financial independence starts with having the right information every weekday morning s-o-f-i keeps you up to date with important business news stock market happenings and how they affect your financial life search for so fi s. o. f. I wherever you get your podcasts. Today will host plenty of sunshine with a high of sixty six and low tonight of fifty to our top story. California's average daily number of coronavirus cases has tripled in the last month as pandemic conditions deteriorated dramatically around the state. That's what los angeles times analysis has found. The analysis also discovered that covid nineteen hospitalizations have doubled in the last month. The coronavirus is currently infecting more californians daily than any previous point in the cove nineteen pandemic raising concerns about a new peak coronavirus related deaths by christmas the rate at which californians are testing positive for the coronavirus was up dramatically in the last week as well a troubling indication of the rapid spread of the highly contagious virus in more virus news out door. Dining at restaurants in los angeles county will be suspended at ten pm. Wednesday and public health officials said. The new rule will be in effect for at least three weeks for the first time. Since may restaurants breweries wineries and bars will be limited to take out and delivery. Only officials had warned last week. That new rules would be imposed. If coronavirus cases or hospitalizations continued to climb the county's recent surge has been blamed on a variety of factors including gatherings for holidays and sports championships as well as other social get togethers in other news. Five california state. Prisons are rolling out video. Visitation programs while in person visits remain suspended due to the pandemic those participating are san quentin state prison california institution for men mule creek state prison valley state prison and central california. Women's facility officials said video visits will begin saturday and each eligible. Inmates will receive a free thirty minute video visit every thirty days. The video visits will take place on weekends and holidays..

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

03:11 min | 9 months ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"It's friday november thirteenth. I'm mary regalado. And here's your local news from the los angeles times presented by the salvation army in a year with fewer red. Kettles helped rescue christmas for the most vulnerable to give ask your smart speaker to make donation to the salvation army or donate at salvation army. Usa dot org today will be partly sunny and cool with a high of sixty seven and low tonight of forty nine our top story la county public health director barbara fairer warned yesterday that additional actions could become necessary to bring the rate of corona virus transmission back under control however she did not elaborate on what potential new measures could be implemented california joined texas yesterday as the only two states to have officially surpassed one million infections. Thanksgiving is also becoming a particular concern. L. a. county is recommending. That residents don't travel out of state for the holiday. And if they do that. They quarantine for fourteen days upon their return in related news rides and attractions at the santa cruz. Beach boardwalk are closed again after being open for only a single weekend. Santa cruz county reverted to the red tier of the state's color coded reopening system indicating a substantial risk of infection. After spending two weeks in the more moderate orange tier officials said the number of active cases doubled in recent weeks. Arise that appears to be related to halloween in light of that the boardwalk announced the closure of rides mini golf and indoor arcades as well as the bowling alley and neptune's kingdom entertainment center on wednesday in travel news. Fear of the coronavirus could be responsible for the biggest drop in thanksgiving travel by southern californians since the great recession of two thousand eight during the upcoming five day. Holiday travel period. Nearly fourteen percent. Fewer southern californians will take trips compared with last year. That's according to a forecast by the auto club of southern california of the southern californians. Who planned to travel ninety. Two percents will drive. That's up from eighty six percent in two thousand nineteen still airline executives are holding out hope that travelers will book last minute. Flights at lax carriers are scheduled to offer up one hundred fifty thousand seats between november nineteenth. And november thirtieth. That's down from nearly three hundred thousand in the same period last year. And finally the dodgers. Mookie betts phil just short of being chosen as national league. Mvp instead atlanta braves first baseman. Freddie freeman won the award freeman finished as mvp. Despite getting off to a rough start he experienced severe covid nineteen symptoms at the beginning of summer camp. That's meanwhile finished. Second in the voting and san diego padres third baseman. Manny machado was third in his first season in. La bats batted two ninety two with sixteen home runs and was one of baseball's best defenders. He also won a role series title a gold glove award and a silver slugger award for these stories and more visit l. a. times dot com..

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"It's monday november ninth. I'm mary regalado. And here's your local news from the los angeles times brought to you by the so-fi daily podcast reaching financial independence starts with having the right information every weekday morning. S-o-f-i keeps you up to date with important business. News stock market happenings and how they affect your financial life search for s-o-f-i s. o. f. I wherever you get your podcasts. Today will be sunny but cool with a high around sixty three and low tonight of forty five. Our top story. Coronavirus is stock in california again but experts say there is still time to prevent a third wave while the state has started to see a rise in coronavirus cases. The pace of increase is still far milder than the rest of the united states. A times analysis also found that the number of weekly coronavirus cases california has recorded recently is far below its worst week for the seven day period that ended thursday california recorded nearly thirty four thousand cases. That's about half as many as the state's worst week which started july seventeenth more than sixty six thousand cases were diagnosed then in business news. Several stores and restaurants inside disney california adventure will reopen on november nineteenth some include elliott and company trolley treats smokejumpers grill and fiddler pfeiffer and practical cafe outdoor sit down dining will also be available at the carthy circle restaurant both disney california adventure and disneyland however remained closed because of covid nineteen restrictions following safety protocols. The number of visitors allowed in the downtown disney district will be limited to promote physical distancing. I covering are required for anyone to an.

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"It's monday november <Speech_Female> second. I'm <Speech_Female> mary regalado. <Speech_Female> And here's your local news <Speech_Female> from the los <Silence> angeles times <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> brought to you by <Speech_Female> the so fly. Daily <Speech_Female> podcast <Speech_Female> reaching financial <Speech_Female> independence starts <Speech_Female> with having the right information <Speech_Female> every <Speech_Female> weekday morning. <Speech_Female> S-o-f-i keeps you <Speech_Female> up to date with <Speech_Female> important business. News <Speech_Female> stock market <Speech_Female> happenings and <Speech_Female> how they affect <SpeakerChange> your <Speech_Female> financial life <Speech_Female> search for <Speech_Female> so-fi s. <Speech_Female> o. f. I <Speech_Female> wherever <Speech_Female> you get your important business. News <Speech_Female> stock market <Speech_Female> happenings and <Speech_Female> how they affect <SpeakerChange> your <Speech_Female> financial life <Speech_Female> search for <Speech_Female> so-fi s. <Speech_Female> o. f. I <Speech_Female> wherever <Speech_Female> you get your podcasts. <Silence> <Speech_Female> Today <Speech_Female> will be mostly <Speech_Female> sunny and very <Speech_Female> warm with a high <Speech_Female> around eighty three degrees <Speech_Female> low tonight <Silence> of fifty eight <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> our top story <Speech_Female> los angeles county <Speech_Female> public health officials <Speech_Female> reported one thousand <Speech_Female> five hundred <Speech_Female> ninety new cases <Speech_Female> of the coronavirus yesterday <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> four related <Speech_Female> deaths. Officials <Speech_Female> said there were <Speech_Female> also seven hundred. <Speech_Female> Ninety nine confirmed <Speech_Female> coronavirus patients <Speech_Female> in county hospitals <Speech_Female> on friday <Speech_Female> with twenty percent <Speech_Female> in intensive <Speech_Female> care <Speech_Female> though hospitalizations <Speech_Female> have increased <Speech_Female> slightly. They <Speech_Female> remain far below <Speech_Female> the peak of the outbreak <Speech_Female> in july. <Speech_Female> Still friday <Speech_Female> with twenty percent <Speech_Female> in intensive <Speech_Female> care <Speech_Female> though hospitalizations <Speech_Female> have increased <Speech_Female> slightly. They <Speech_Female> remain far below <Speech_Female> the peak of the outbreak <Speech_Female> in july. <Speech_Female> Still many <Speech_Female> southern california communities <Speech_Female> are reporting <Speech_Female> increases in the <Speech_Female> number of cases recorded <Speech_Female> each day <Speech_Female> a concerning <Speech_Female> trend that has <Speech_Female> some officials worried <Speech_Female> that transmission <Speech_Female> of the virus could <Speech_Female> be on the rise. <Speech_Female> The united <Speech_Female> states on thursday <Speech_Female> broke the single <Speech_Female> day record for the highest <Speech_Female> number of corona <Speech_Female> virus cases. <Speech_Female> Then <SpeakerChange> did so <Silence> again. Friday <Silence> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> in crime news actress. <Speech_Female> Laurie lachlan began <Speech_Female> serving her two <Speech_Female> months sentence on <Speech_Female> friday for <Speech_Female> her role in the college. <Speech_Female> Admissions bribery <Speech_Female> scandal.

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

03:25 min | 10 months ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"Mary Regalado and here's your local news from the Los Angeles Times. Brought to you by audible. Today will be sunny and very hot with a high around ninety five degrees and a low tonight of sixty seven. Our top story La County agreed to pay fourteen million dollars to settle a class action lawsuit alleging that the sheriff's department routinely held people in jail beyond the release dates due to pending immigration investigations more than eighteen thousand people were held illegally from October two, thousand, ten to June two, thousand, fourteen the sheriff's Department agreed to stop honoring detain a requests from Immigration and customs enforcement in two thousand fourteen, the ACLU said that each class member is eligible to receive from two hundred, fifty dollars to twenty five, thousand dollars depending in part on how long they were held. Any leftover money will go toward legal aid programs for people in La county facing immigration consequences because of an arrest or conviction. In Virus News, La County public health officials that said yesterday that an uptick and coronavirus cases linked to social gatherings and workplace. Is largely keeping the area from moving out of the state's most restrictive tear for reopening while officials remain hopeful that the county will be able to progress in California's reopening plan in the coming weeks. The county is still firmly in tier one it is also one of only ten counties in the state still considered to have a widespread risk of community transmission meanwhile, unlike last week, none of the state's fifty eight counties moved backward on the tiered system riverside. County however faces that possibility. In more virus news state health officials are advising Californians to skip trick or treating this Halloween due to the ongoing covid nineteen pandemic although the new guidelines stopped short of prohibiting the annual activity officials are concerned that it's not possible to practice social distancing while trick or treating the guidelines. Also suggest that some group Halloween activities such as costume contests and Pumpkin carving can be moved online. In Business News the world's largest movie theater chain AMC theaters says it could run out of cash by the end of this year or early twenty, twenty one, which is the latest sign of how badly the covid nineteen pandemic has wrecked. The film industry AMC theaters has reopened more than eighty percent of its US cinemas since the coronavirus crisis brought Hollywood to a standstill in March but with no vaccine and few new movies to show attendance has been abysmal and the chain is facing a cash crunch. The situation for theaters worsened as Hollywood studios delayed big films or sent them to streaming services. Finally organizers announced that La cons in person event plan for this December at the Los Angeles Convention Center has been canceled. Now the event is planned for September twenty twenty one organizers said they had to cancel the December convention because the state still does not permit large gatherings in the meantime nearly seventy percent of the passes to La COMECON had been sold and organizers claim that people who bought tickets can request a refund or have their tickets rolled over to the twenty twenty one convention. For these stories and more visit LA TIMES DOT com. Get more.

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"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

03:25 min | 11 months ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"It's Wednesday September second I'm Mary Regalado and here's your local news from the Los Angeles Times brought to you by lucky charms medical mission. Enjoy a new addition to family time with lucky leprechauns interactive adventure where you'll be jumping running and singing to restore magic in the eight charm lands available on your smart speaker just say open lucky charms magical mission or search for it wherever you listen to podcasts. Today will be mostly sunny with a high in the mid eighties and a low tonight of sixty three. Our top story Governor Gavin newsom signed a bill Monday to extend protections against evictions by five months for California renters facing financial hardship because of the covid nineteen pandemic, the bill takes effect immediately and it means that renters will not be evicted through January thirty. First, as long as they pay at least twenty, five percent of their rent, they must also file A. Declaration with their landlord attesting that they are suffering financial hardship because of the pandemic many tenant advocates were disappointed in the new law though and the advocates worry that renters will not be able to pay rent by February I. Furthermore, they fear that renters will still be on the hook for background with landlords able to take them to small claims court to collect. In education the University of California must immediately suspend all use of sat and act test scores for admission and scholarship decisions. The suspension is the result of a preliminary injunction on Monday by an Alameda County Superior Court judge the ruling came in a lawsuit asserting that the use of standardized test scores is particularly detrimental to students with disabilities who seek to take the test during the pandemic. The judge also ruled that there was sufficient cause to stop the tests for now, because applicants with disabilities had no access to test taking sites or legally required accommodations during the pandemic. Additionally, the judge said that little data existed to show whether the tests were valid or reliable indicators of students future. College performance. In crime, news prosecutors are reviewing allegations of misconduct by four Los. Angeles police officers during protests in early. June. The LAPD is also investigating why some police supervisors told officers to take off their body cameras during the protests an LAPD spokesman said, the four officers were involved in an arrest for an alleged curfew violation on June first in Van Nuys Internal Affairs had initially reviewed the actions of ten officers involved in the incident and LAPD chief Michael. Moore has previously said that officers were under investigation by internal affairs after they surrounded and smashed the window of a car in Van Nuys on June first. And finally after decades of trying to replace its terminal the Hollywood Burbank airport may once again see the project delayed due to the pandemics impact on travel federal regulators warned the airport in nineteen eighty that it's terminal was too close to the runways and now nearly forty years later on environmental study has been completed to replace it with a fourteen gate terminal and parking structure. But after the project overcame legal disputes and neighborhood opposition limited air travel has made funding difficult still.

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"It's Friday August twenty <Speech_Female> first I'm <Speech_Female> Mary Regalado, <Speech_Female> and here's your local news <Speech_Female> from the Los. <Speech_Female> Angeles Times. <Speech_Female> Today <Speech_Female> will be partly sunny, <Speech_Female> warm and humid <Speech_Female> with a high near <Speech_Female> one hundred degrees <Speech_Female> and a low tonight <Silence> of seventy-three three. <Speech_Female> Our <Speech_Female> top story Orange <Speech_Female> County public health <Speech_Female> officials reported <Speech_Female> the first <Speech_Female> covid nineteen related <Speech_Female> death of a minor <Speech_Female> in the county <Speech_Female> yesterday <Speech_Female> according to health <Speech_Female> officials. 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In Madeira <Speech_Female> last month, <Speech_Female> the deaths <Speech_Female> come amid a surge <Speech_Female> in corona virus cases <Speech_Female> among children <Speech_Female> and teens in the state. <Speech_Female> In fact, <Speech_Female> cases among <Speech_Female> the demographic were up <Speech_Female> one hundred, <Speech_Female> fifty percent last <Silence> month. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> In other news <Speech_Female> as excessive heat <Speech_Female> tapers off, power <Speech_Female> outages are not <Speech_Female> expected through the weekend. <Speech_Female> That's <Speech_Female> what state officials <Speech_Female> said. Yesterday <Speech_Female> the state managed <Speech_Female> to stave off rolling <Speech_Female> blackouts for three <Speech_Female> consecutive nights <Speech_Female> after officials repeatedly <Speech_Female> called for voluntary <Speech_Female> conservation <Speech_Female> efforts. 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If forced <Speech_Female> on short notice <Speech_Female> to provide drivers <Speech_Female> with health care and other <Speech_Female> benefits, <Speech_Female> the appeals court <Speech_Female> has scheduled arguments <Speech_Female> for October, <Silence> thirteenth. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> For these stories and more visit L. A. Times Dot Com.

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"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"It's <Speech_Female> Monday July. Twenty <Speech_Female> seventh I'm <Speech_Female> Mary, Regalado <Speech_Female> and here's your local Monday July. Twenty <Speech_Female> seventh I'm <Speech_Female> Mary, Regalado <Speech_Female> and here's your local news. <Speech_Female> From The Los Angeles <Speech_Female> Times <Speech_Female> today will be <Speech_Female> mostly sunny with <Speech_Female> a high of eighty-three <Speech_Female> and a low <SpeakerChange> tonight <Silence> sixty one. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Our Top story <Speech_Female> California. Governor <Speech_Female> Gavin newsom <Speech_Female> announced Friday, <Speech_Female> that the state would <Speech_Female> start an aggressive covid <Speech_Female> nineteen testing <Speech_Female> regime for its <Speech_Female> health employees who <Speech_Female> inspect nursing <Speech_Female> homes. <Speech_Female> newsom also added <Speech_Female> that nursing <Speech_Female> home inspectors would <Speech_Female> be held to the same <Speech_Female> testing standards. <Speech_Female> The state required of <Speech_Female> nursing home. Employees <Speech_Female> homes <Speech_Female> are required to <Speech_Female> test twenty five percent <Speech_Female> of their staff every <Speech_Female> week and <Speech_Female> ensure that all employees <Speech_Female> are tested <Speech_Female> at least once a month. <Speech_Female> The announcement <Speech_Female> came after an La <Speech_Female> Times investigation <Speech_Female> found that since <Speech_Female> the beginning of the pandemic, <Speech_Female> the <Speech_Female> state health department <Speech_Female> had been <SpeakerChange> sending inspectors <Speech_Female> to nursing <Speech_Female> homes without testing <Silence> them. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> In More Virus <Speech_Female> News, Los Angeles <Speech_Female> firefighter <Speech_Female> died Saturday <Speech_Female> of complications <Speech_Female> from covid nineteen, <Speech_Female> the first <Speech_Female> in the department <Speech_Female> to succumb to the disease <Speech_Female> officials, <Speech_Female> said firefighter <Speech_Female> paramedic <Speech_Female> Jose Perez <Speech_Female> was forty four, <Speech_Female> and is survived <Speech_Female> by his wife and <Speech_Female> three children. <Speech_Female> This follows the <Speech_Female> Friday death of forty <Speech_Female> five year old Valentin <Speech_Female> Martinez <Speech_Female> the first Los <Speech_Female> Angeles Police Department <Speech_Female> sworn officer <Speech_Female> to die of Covid <Speech_Female> nineteen <Speech_Female> authorities <Speech_Female> said Martinez worked <Speech_Female> patrol and is <Speech_Female> presumed to have contract. <Speech_Female> The virus <Speech_Female> was on duty <Speech_Female> according to <Speech_Female> LAPD chief. <Speech_Female> Michael Moore. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> His domestic partner <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> is twenty <SpeakerChange> weeks <Speech_Female> pregnant with twin, <Silence> boys? <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> In Business <Speech_Female> News Mayor Eric <Speech_Female> Garcetti, said <Speech_Female> the city of Los Angeles <Speech_Female> will temporarily <Speech_Female> wave fines <Speech_Female> for businesses <Speech_Female> cited for displaying <Speech_Female> signs without <Speech_Female> a permit. <Speech_Female> The announcement was <Speech_Female> made Friday after <Speech_Female> building inspector's <Speech_Female> find several businesses <Speech_Female> for hanging. <Speech_Female> We're open signs <Speech_Female> without permits <Speech_Female> violating <Speech_Female> city rules. <Speech_Female> Garcetti <Speech_Female> further said that although <Speech_Female> inspectors were <Speech_Female> doing their job, <Speech_Female> he was changing <Speech_Female> the rules to help struggling <Speech_Female> businesses <Speech_Female> during the covid nineteen <Speech_Female> pandemic. <Speech_Female> The decision clears <Speech_Female> the way for more <Speech_Female> businesses to put <Speech_Female> up banners. <Speech_Female> Additionally, the city <Speech_Female> will rescind any fines <Speech_Female> that have been <Silence> issued. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> In local news <Speech_Female> from Orange County <Speech_Female> to northern <Speech_Female> California <Speech_Female> people continue <Speech_Female> to gather for large <Speech_Female> outdoor religious <Speech_Female> ceremonies without <Speech_Female> following rules <Speech_Female> to slow the <Speech_Female> spread of the corona <Speech_Female> virus, prompting <Speech_Female> stern reprimands <Speech_Female> from public health <Speech_Female> officials. <Speech_Female> It's been two weeks <Speech_Female> since governor. Gavin <Speech_Female> NEWSOM ORDERED <Speech_Female> THE RE closure of <Speech_Female> churches in much <Speech_Female> of the state amid <Speech_Female> a resurgence <Speech_Female> of corona virus cases, <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> though outdoor worship <Speech_Female> services are still <Speech_Female> permitted, <Speech_Female> participants are supposed <Speech_Female> to wear face coverings <Speech_Female> and keep six <Speech_Female> feet apart. <Speech_Female> However, health <Speech_Female> officials have said there <Speech_Female> are potential hazards <Speech_Female> of with <Speech_Female> churches, namely <Speech_Female> the prevalence of <Speech_Female> singing and chanting, <Speech_Female> which can increase <Speech_Female> the likelihood of <Speech_Female> transmission <SpeakerChange> through <Silence> droplets spread. <Silence> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> And finally <Speech_Female> Shohei. <Speech_Female> ohtani made a long <Speech_Female> awaited return <Speech_Female> to the pitching mound <Speech_Female> for the angels yesterday, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> but he wasn't there long <Speech_Female> Otani gave <Speech_Female> up a leadoff single <Speech_Female> and two consecutive <Speech_Female> walks, <Speech_Female> and after two <Speech_Female> more hits, the angels <Speech_Female> trailed four <Speech_Female> two zero, and <Speech_Female> was replaced <Speech_Female> in <Speech_Female> all. He threw thirty <Speech_Female> pitches and did not record <Speech_Female> out <Speech_Female> the Oakland Athletics <Speech_Female> won the game <Speech_Female> six, two, four, <Speech_Female> Ohtani, <Speech_Female> the two thousand eighteen. <Speech_Female> League <Speech_Female> rookie of the year <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> did not pitch last <Speech_Female> season after <Speech_Female> having Tommy John <Silence> Surgery. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> For these stories and more visit LA TIMES DOT com.

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"It's Monday July, thirteenth I'm Mary Regalado, and here's your local news from the Los Angeles Times. Today will be mostly sunny and warm with a high around ninety degrees and a low of sixty four. Our top story, a three alarm fire on board, a US Navy FIBIA assault ship docked in San Diego injured seventeen sailors and four civilians yesterday morning, multiple agencies battled the blaze throughout the day, but the cause and location of the blaze, as well as the extent of damage were not known as of yesterday afternoon, meanwhile, according to a statement from naval surface forces in San Diego. The seventeen sailors and four civilians were sent to a hospital with non life, threatening injuries, furthermore, according to the Navy one hundred sixty sailors aboard the ship, and they have all been evacuated and are accounted for. In crime, News, three Los Angeles. Police officers were charged Friday with falsifying records and obstructing justice by claiming that people they stopped, were gang members or associates without evidence, the charges come several months after the LAPD was rocked by allegations that officers falsely portrayed people as gang members or associates on field interview cards. The three officers are also members of the elite Metro Lapd Unit which has repeatedly come under scrutiny for its tactics. More than twenty officers remained under investigation. None of the officers have remained on the street. One has been recommended for removal though the department will not say which and to have been suspended. In other news yesterday investigators were continuing to search for the cause of a fire that erupted at the San Gabriel mission early Saturday morning. The fire destroyed the roof and much of the interior of the two hundred fifteen year, old church building, and by yesterday morning the team had finished combing through the scene. Investigators are also reviewing video from a security camera that was pointed at an area where statue of Francis can father.

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"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"Monday July. Sixth I'm Mary, Regalado and here's your local news from the Los. Angeles Times. Today will be mostly sunny and very warm with a high around ninety one and a low tonight of sixty six. Our top story residential fourth of July fireworks displays led to a surge in both air, pollution and emergency service calls. The fireworks caused levels of Fine Particle pollution to skyrocket leading air quality to be ranked as hazardous in some areas well into Sunday. Meanwhile. Officials said that L.. A. Firefighters responded to thousands of emergency calls Saturday and extinguished at least one large blaze that consumed half an apartment complex in northridge that fire was sparked by fireworks that ignited several large palm trees, then spread to a neighboring apartment complex, destroying several units and displacing about fifty residents. In. Crime News The Los. Angeles Police Department. Responded to more than a million nine one one calls last year, but relatively few of those were violent crimes. At least that's what a times analysis found of the nearly eighteen million calls logged by the LAPD since two thousand ten about one point four million of them, which is less than eight percent were reports of violent crimes. The Times defines violent crimes as sides assault with deadly weapons, robberies, batteries, shots fired and rape by contrast police responded to a greater number of traffic accidents and calls recorded as minor disturbances. The figures underscore the possibilities and challenges of redefining the role of police as it comes under scrutiny in the wake of Floyd's death. In other crime news, according to advocates hate incidents directed at Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders also known as a API are on the rise in California. This year they have documented eight hundred thirty two incidents across the state in the last three months alone with assaults and verbal tirades becoming the norm since the pandemic started. Counted in the eight hundred plus incidents, taking place at retail stores, work school and Online, our eighty-one incidents of assault and sixty four potential civil rights violations..

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"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"mary regalado" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"Friday June nineteenth? I'm Mary. Regalado, and here's your local news from the Los. Angeles, Times. Today will be mostly sunny with a high around seventy six and a low tonight of sixty degrees. Our Top story yesterday. The Supreme Court rejected President Trump's plan to repeal Daca the Obama era order that protected so-called dreamers, which is a group comprised of approximately seven hundred thousand young immigrants who were brought to this country illegally as children while trump had been confident that the high court would rule in his favor. The court called the decision to cancel DACA or deferred action for childhood arrivals, arbitrary and not justified chief justice. John G Roberts junior also said trump's homeland security officials did not provide a valid reason for revoking the program. The decision is similar to last year's ruling. That blocked trump's plan to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty census. In local news governor Gavin newsom ordered all Californians to wear face coverings while in public or high risk settings yesterday this includes when shopping taking public transit or seeking medical care. newsome's order comes a week after orange. County rescinded a requirement for residents to wear masks, even though face coverings have been shown to decrease the chances of spreading covid nineteen. In the meantime, the new administration has not addressed how the new requirement will be enforced, or if Californians who violate the order will be subject to citations or other penalties until now state public health officials had only recommended not required that Californians where face coverings. In business. News La County has given the green light for several more.

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