15 Jun 2021: Re-opening Day

To a moderate degree of fanfare, California “reopened” from COVID-19. As aptly summed up by the LA Daily News (link: https://www.dailynews.com/2021/06/14/la-county-joining-california-set-to-largely-reopen-tuesday-june-15-after-more-than-a-year-of-coronavirus-restrictions-heres-what-that-means/): “After a year of scrambling to stay alive, businesses will be allowed to forgo coronavirus-related…

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With all the (appropriate) focus on how vaccines can help open schools, business and recreation safely – we shouldn’t forget about testing. Today we will do almost 150 rapid antigen tests in an outdoor setting.

Continue Reading With all the (appropriate) focus on how vaccines can help open schools, business and recreation safely – we shouldn’t forget about testing. Today we will do almost 150 rapid antigen tests in an outdoor setting.

7 April 2021 Blog: Towards More Aggressive Reopening in Los Angeles County

In near simultaneous statements, Governor Newsom announced plans for a wide reopening of the state (link: https://abc7news.com/newsom-update-green-tier-california-system-orange-rules/10491250/),  while Los Angeles County officials revealed that COVID-19 case declines have ‘stalled’, risking such plans (link:  https://patch.com/california/los-angeles/las-coronavirus-case-rate-levels-thwarting-more-reopenings). Can both…

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COVID-19 Update in Los Angeles County – Cases Increasing 48% since Labor Day: 27 October 2020

The Los Angeles Department of Public Health yesterday tweeted "Effective October 23rd, outside operations for go-carts, batting cages and mini golf at family entertainment centers in LA County may resume. There have also been updates to…

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