• Anheuser-Busch to make hand sanitizer to fight coronavirus at its Van Nuys plant

    Anheuser-Busch to make hand sanitizer to fight coronavirus at its Van Nuys plant
    Anheuser-Busch, which has been making beer for 165 years, is now going to produce bottles of hand sanitizer at its Van Nuys and Baldwinsville, N.Y. facilities in addition to suds, in response to shortages spurred by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
    As a first step, the brewery will use its mammoth supply and logistics network to produce and distribute bottles of alcohol-based skin-cleaning product to its internal teams, Cesar Vargas, U.S. Chief External Affairs Officer, Anheuser-Busch, said in an
  • Fullerton, Santa Ana homeless shelters relocate amidst coronavirus outbreak to aid food distribution

    Fullerton, Santa Ana homeless shelters relocate amidst coronavirus outbreak to aid food distribution
    Orange County officials announced Sunday, March 22, that cold weather emergency shelters at the Fullerton and Santa Ana National Guard Armories will be relocated by Tuesday due to the governor’s activation of the National Guard to assist in food and supplies distribution during the COVID-19 crisis.
    The shelter in Fullerton will be relocated to the Independence Park Gymnasium, 801 W. Valencia Drive in Fullerton.
    The Santa Ana shelter will be relocated to the Salvation Army site at 2603 W. F
  • Coronavirus cases in Orange County jump to 95

    Coronavirus cases in Orange County jump to 95
    The number of coronavirus cases confirmed in Orange County shot up to 95 on Sunday, public health officials said.
    That’s an increase of 30 in just two days, according to data released by the O.C. Health Care Agency.
    There are also now more cases of coronavirus spreading from person-to-person or through exposures within communities — a total of 44 combined — than there are of cases among people who recently traveled.
    The number of travelers exposed to the virus, also referred to
  • Angels add lefty reliever Ryan Buchter to 40-man roster

    Angels add lefty reliever Ryan Buchter to 40-man roster
    The Angels added veteran reliever Ryan Buchter to their 40-man roster on Sunday, a strong indication that they plan for him to be on the roster whenever the season starts after the coronavirus crisis subsides.
    Buchter, 33, had not allowed a run in five innings this spring.
    He has a career 2.86 ERA over parts of five major league seasons, most recently with the Oakland A’s. Buchter had to settle for a minor-league deal with the Angels just after the opening of camp, most likely because last
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  • LA County update: Another person dies from coronavirus, 71 new cases reported

    LA County update: Another person dies from coronavirus, 71 new cases reported
    A Culver City individual is the fifth person to die of novel coronavirus in Los Angeles County, the Department of Public Health reported Sunday. In addition, 71 new cases of coronavirus were reported, according to the department’s daily update.
    Over the last 48 hours, there have been 132 new cases in LA County.
    To date, Public Health has identified 409 cases across all areas in LA County, including the five deaths. Upon completion of investigations, 12 cases reported earlier were not LA Co
  • How the coronavirus has made the CDC more valuble than ever

    How the coronavirus has made the CDC more valuble than ever
    On July 1, 1946, the Communicable Disease Center was founded. It is still called the CDC but its full name is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
    The agency was established the year after World War II ended, descended from the wartime agency, Malaria Control in War Areas and was part of the United States Public Health Service.
    The CDC began on the sixth floor of the Volunteer Building on Peachtree Street in Atlanta, hundreds of miles from Washington, D.C., because its initial mission
  • How the coronavirus has made the CDC more valuable than ever

    How the coronavirus has made the CDC more valuable than ever
    On July 1, 1946, the Communicable Disease Center was founded. It is still called the CDC but its full name is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
    The agency was established the year after World War II ended, descended from the wartime agency, Malaria Control in War Areas and was part of the United States Public Health Service.
    The CDC began on the sixth floor of the Volunteer Building on Peachtree Street in Atlanta, hundreds of miles from Washington, D.C., because its initial mission
  • Saugus High senior athletes cope with coronavirus pandemic, shooting

    Saugus High senior athletes cope with coronavirus pandemic, shooting
    What are kids to supposed do when even their new normal is derailed, and their go-to outlets and social support systems taken away, too?
    Around the country, the COVID-19 virus outbreak spurred cancellations of school activities, leaving senior athletes mourning the sudden end of their high school careers. It’s been a particularly painful reality for those at Saugus High School, many of whom threw themselves into their sports to help cope with the heartbreak and disruption they experienced
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  • Six Flags Magic Mountain donates excess food to food bank during coronavirus closure

    Six Flags Magic Mountain donates excess food to food bank during coronavirus closure
    Six Flags Magic Mountain donated 800 pounds of excess food to a local charity while the Santa Clarita amusement park is temporarily closed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
    Magic Mountain donated fresh produce — including lettuce, tomatoes, apples, potatoes, onions and cabbage — to the Santa Clarita Grocery, Six Flags officials said.
    Sign up for our Park Life newsletter and find out what’s new and interesting every week at Southern California’s theme parks. Subscribe here.
  • Senior Living: Struggling to reach vulnerable seniors living at home amid coronavirus spread

    Senior Living: Struggling to reach vulnerable seniors living at home amid coronavirus spread
    By Judith Graham
    Contributing writer, Kaiser Health News
    Close down group meals for seniors. Cancel social gatherings.
    The directive, from the Illinois Department on Aging, sent shock waves through senior service organizations late last week.
    Overnight, Area Agencies on Aging had to figure out how to help people in their homes instead of at sites where they mingle and get various types of assistance.
    This is the new reality as the COVID-19 virus barrels into communities across America. Older adu
  • Opera star Placido Domingo tests positive for coronavirus

    Opera star Placido Domingo tests positive for coronavirus
    LOS ANGELES — Placido Domingo, who resigned as general manager of Los Angeles Opera in October, has contracted COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, the famed opera star said today
    “I feel it is my moral duty to announce to you that I have tested positive,” the 79-year-old announced Sunday on his personal Facebook page.
    He added that he is in self-isolation with his family and is feeling well despite having fever and a cough.
    Domingo was hit by several accusati
  • Coronavirus angst cuts Southern California homebuying 4% in 4 weeks

    Coronavirus angst cuts Southern California homebuying 4% in 4 weeks
    Southern California house hunters were already balking at buying existing homes amid coronavirus fears and business closings before real estate agents were told to halt most selling activities.
    The number of new escrows in the six-county region in the 30 days ended March 19 was 16,619 — down 766 or 4% in four weeks, said ReportsOnHousing. Author Steve Thomas follows homebuying trends found in the home-selling listing services for Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego an
  • Conronavirus angst cuts Southern California homebuying 4% in 4 weeks

    Conronavirus angst cuts Southern California homebuying 4% in 4 weeks
    Southern California house hunters were already balking at buying existing homes amid coronavirus fears and business closings before real estate agents were told to halt most selling activities.
    The number of new escrows in the six-county region in the 30 days ended March 19 was 16,619 — down 766 or 4% in four weeks, said ReportsOnHousing. Author Steve Thomas follows homebuying trends found in the home-selling listing services for Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego an
  • Protecting taxpayers in a time of crisis

    Protecting taxpayers in a time of crisis
    The word “unprecedented” is fitting for the coronavirus crisis that is now savaging both the health of countless Americans as well as our nation’s economy.
    Not since September 11th has the United States faced such a challenge.
    In reaction to the outbreak, healthcare professionals have emphasized the importance of speed. Dr. Michael Ryan, Executive Director of the World Health Organization, who has seen more than his share of epidemics, advised “Be fast, have no regrets. Y
  • Alexander: With sports on hold, how are we coping?

    Alexander: With sports on hold, how are we coping?
    It has been two weeks since the BNP Paribas tennis extravaganza in Indian Wells was canceled, and it’s been a week and a half since the rest of the world of sports essentially shut down.
    Doesn’t it feel like a couple of months?
    You know the saying about how life comes at you fast? It has come at us in big, crashing waves in just two weeks. We went from a state of relative normalcy, albeit one where we worried about germs and hand washing and crowded venues and handshakes, to haunting
  • Alexander: With coronavirus putting sports on hold, how are we coping?

    Alexander: With coronavirus putting sports on hold, how are we coping?
    It has been two weeks since the BNP Paribas tennis extravaganza in Indian Wells was canceled, and it’s been a week and a half since the rest of the world of sports essentially shut down.
    Doesn’t it feel like a couple of months?
    You know the saying about how life comes at you fast? It has come at us in big, crashing waves in just two weeks. We went from a state of relative normalcy, albeit one where we worried about germs and hand washing and crowded venues and handshakes, to haunting
  • Violent crash in Garden Grove leaves driver dead

    Violent crash in Garden Grove leaves driver dead
    A driver died Saturday night after a violent crash in Garden Grove that sent the car careening into a center divider, multiple trees and a city street sign.
    When police got to the scene, officers found the driver unresponsive and trapped inside the car. Fire paramedics arrived and declared the driver dead at the scene.
    Police said in a statement that the vehicle was traveling southbound on Euclid Street near Main Street at around 9:49 p.m. when it missed a curve in the road, then hit the curb of
  • IOC will have a decision on Tokyo Olympics in four weeks, cancellation ‘not on the agenda’

    IOC will have a decision on Tokyo Olympics in four weeks, cancellation ‘not on the agenda’
    The International Olympic Committee, facing mounting widespread pressure to postpone this summer Olympic Games, said Sunday it will decide within the next four weeks whether the Tokyo Games will open as scheduled on July 24.
    As the IOC and Japanese officials weigh whether to postpone the Games to this October or 2021 or 2022, the IOC remained Sunday adamant about one point—the Tokyo Olympics will not be cancelled.
    “The IOC will, in full coordination and partnership with the Tokyo 202
  • Amazon’s Bezos tells workers coronavirus will ‘get worse’

    Amazon’s Bezos tells workers coronavirus will ‘get worse’
    By Spencer Soper, Bloomberg
    Amazon.com’s Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos warned his company’s 800,000 employees that the coronavirus outbreak will likely “get worse before it gets better,” according to an open letter shared Saturday on his Instagram account.
    The letter follows cries from U.S. lawmakers and his own employees that the world’s largest online retailer isn’t doing enough to protect its warehouse workers and delivery drivers who endanger themselv
  • Rand Paul is 1st senator to report positive coronavirus test

    Rand Paul is 1st senator to report positive coronavirus test
    By MATTHEW DALY
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., said Sunday that he had tested positive for the disease caused by the new coronavirus, becoming the first member of the Senate to report a case of COVID-19. He said in a tweet that he was feeling fine and was in quarantine.
    Paul, a doctor, said he has not had symptoms and was tested out of an abundance of caution due to his extensive travel and events. He said he was not aware of any direct contact with any infected person.
    Paul, a d
  • Homeless man dies after group violently attacks him at Santa Ana park

    Homeless man dies after group violently attacks him at Santa Ana park
    Police in Santa Ana were searching for several people involved in a deadly attack on a homeless man at a park Saturday night.
    The attack at around 8:23 p.m. at the entrance to Santiago Park, near Main Street and Walkie Way, left the man “with numerous wounds on his upper body, which were bleeding profusely,” homicide detectives with the Santa Ana Police Department said
    In a statement, the detectives said “numerous subjects” were seen attacking the man. They fled before of
  • Judge denies Michael Avenatti’s bail request citing coronavirus concern

    Judge denies Michael Avenatti’s bail request citing coronavirus concern
    SANTA ANA – A federal judge in Santa Ana has denied convicted attorney Michael Avenatti’s request to be released on bail, after Avenatti argued he is especially vulnerable to the coronavirus while awaiting trial in custody in New York.
    “We are deeply disappointed,” Avenatti’s attorney Dean Steward said Saturday.
    Avenatti was convicted in New York in February of attempting to extort up to $25 million from Nike. He has been in custody since Ja
  • Orange County baseball RBI leaders through March 16

    Orange County baseball RBI leaders through March 16
    Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe nowOrange County baseball RBI leaders through Sunday, March 15. | Coaches have until March 25 to email us their team leaders at [email protected] |NAME, SCHOOL
    RBI
    PA
    GP
    Jack Bunnell, Woodbridge
    11
    26
    8
    Ethan Pope, San Juan Capistrano
    11
    33
    10
    Charlie Pillsbury, Laguna Beach
    11
    33
    8
    Andy Mendoza, Orange
    11
    40
    10
    Jonathon Long, Orange
    11
    42
    10
    Jeremy Hayes, Laguna Beach
    10
    29
    8
    Christian Lim, Rancho Alamitos
  • Orange County baseball runs leaders through March 16

    Orange County baseball runs leaders through March 16
    Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe nowOrange County baseball runs leaders through March 16. | Coaches have until March 25 to email us their team leaders at [email protected], SCHOOL
    Runs
    PA
    Hudson Lehnertz, Foothill
    15
    40
    Jonathon Long, Orange
    15
    42
    Alberto Rodriguez, Rancho Alamitos
    13
    41
    Charlie Pillsbury, Laguna Beach
    12
    33
    Anthony Leanos, Rancho Alamitos
    12
    39
    Andy Pham, Rancho Alamitos
    12
    39
    Ulises Perez, La Quinta
    11
    30
    Austin
  • Global athletes group calls for IOC to postpone Olympics over coronavirus

    Global athletes group calls for IOC to postpone Olympics over coronavirus
    A worldwide group representing Olympic hopefuls is calling on the IOC to postpone the Tokyo Olympics until the coronavirus pandemic is under control.
    “As the world unites to limit the spread of Covid-19 virus, the IOC … must do the same,” Global Athlete said in a news release Sunday.
    This show of solidarity among Olympic hopefuls adds to the dozens of individual athletes who have come out against the IOC’s current stance, which is to start the games as schedule
  • Looking for live Mass online? Here are some places to watch services during coronavirus ‘stay home’ period

    Looking for live Mass online? Here are some places to watch services during coronavirus ‘stay home’ period
    Catholic leadership in Los Angeles and Orange counties, as well as the Inland Empire, has suspended in-person attendance at Masses for the time being.
    If you are looking for a service to watch from home, however, here is a list of some of the parishes in Los Angeles and Orange counties who livestream Mass:Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels: Sunday Mass weekly 10 a.m. (English) and 12:30 p.m. (Spanish); Weekday Masses: 12:10 p.m., http://www.olacathedral.org/live/
    Holy Family Church, South
  • Flags, holiday lights spread cheer amid coronavirus crisis

    Flags, holiday lights spread cheer amid coronavirus crisis
    They’re a literal light in the darkness.
    In pockets of Southern California, residents have found a way to spread cheer, hope and the sense that we’ll get through this.
    For some, it’s holiday lights.For others, it’s the American flag.
    For many, it’s meant to be the first step.
    Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn posted on Twitter Wednesday, March 18, calling for people to unite by raising the flag, even as they stay apart physically.We may be physically apart,
  • After a week of coronavirus confusion, foster families get some guidance

    After a week of coronavirus confusion, foster families get some guidance
    Parental dilemmas abound in the thick of the coronavirus crisis. But foster parents juggle an extra layer of complexity as they try to protect their young charges — and still honor court-ordered visits with biological families eager to get those children back.
    How does one allow visits while still maintaining safe distances? Isn’t everyone supposed to be avoiding in-person contact? Foster parents have been peppering state and county officials with such questions for at least a week,
  • Walt Disney’s grandson locked in legal battle for personal freedom, millions in inheritance

    Walt Disney’s grandson locked in legal battle for personal freedom, millions in inheritance
    Entertainment visionary Walt Disney could not have imagined the struggle that grandson Bradford Lund has endured trying to claim his share of the family fortune.
    For 15 years, Lund, 50, has battled estranged family members, trustees and probate court officials, trying to show he is mentally fit to manage an inheritance worth hundreds of millions of dollars. He’s had to prove time and again that he doesn’t have Down syndrome, that he can handle such a massive infusion of funds.
    Now he
  • U.S. Army shuts down recruiting stations in Southern California amid mission to curb coronavirus spread

    U.S. Army shuts down recruiting stations in Southern California amid mission to curb coronavirus spread
    U.S. Army recruiters in Southern California shut 36 recruit stations as part of a nationwide effort to combat the spreading of the coronavirus.
    In all, the Army will shut down its 10,000-plus recruiting force and move to a nearly 100% focus on digital operations via social media, phone calls, text messages and video chats for an indefinite period, U.S. Army Recruiting Command announced. Recruiters will work almost exclusively from home while social distancing practices to contain the virus remai
  • On your own in the coronavirus era? Here’s how to cope

    On your own in the coronavirus era? Here’s how to cope
    Alone is not how Regina Ford, 50, was planning to spend her Friday.
    No. As a busy elementary school principal, she’s usually got a lot going on at the end of the week: There are the assemblies. There are the youngsters she’s got to give a talking to. The “Good Morning, Ms. Ford!” greetings are bouncing off campus walls. The “tardy parties” (rewards for good attendance). There’s just the act of solving problems.
    But on this Friday — the day after th
  • California must act quickly to address the financial crisis

    California must act quickly to address the financial crisis
    The stock market dropped 33 percent in the past three weeks. This tremendous financial upheaval demands that California lawmakers take quick action to secure the state’s finances.
    Consider that California’s yearly tax revenues are extremely unbalanced. They rely too heavily on the 1 percent of the state’s population that generates half of its personal income taxes, thanks mostly to capital gains. Well, those gains have now vanished.
    At the same time, California’s public e
  • Is California drinking bleach to fight off the coronavirus?

    Is California drinking bleach to fight off the coronavirus?
    The Blue Ridge Poison Center at University of Virginia Health sent out a letter this past week to warn of misinformation about the spread of the coronavirus. “Drinking bleach will not prevent COVID-19 infections and could cause serious injury,” it read.
    Good advice.
    On Thursday night, Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered 40 million Californians to stay at home, except in “essential” cases, for an indefinite period of time. This goes beyond federal guidelines and beyond what any othe
  • Everyday gambles we must make during the coronavirus outbreak

    Everyday gambles we must make during the coronavirus outbreak
    Last week, the markets fell and so did my 88-year-old mother. She had a spell of vertigo and went down on the bedroom floor of her apartment in New York. She remained on the floor for hours, how many, nobody quite knows. Her neighbor noticed her newspaper hanging from her doorknob. The paper was still there late in the afternoon. The neighbor banged on Mom’s door and that’s when she heard my mother calling for help. Newspapers and neighbors save lives.
    Until now, my mother has enjoye
  • Hurry, November

    Hurry, November
    All stoical quarantiners are alike; each unhappy quarantiner is unhappy in their own way.
    Although my own highly social father at 92 remains fairly contendedly resigned to the temporary isolation out at San Antonio Gardens in Claremont — meals delivered to the cottage door — I think it’s hardest on some older folks.
    A reader from Covina writes: “Just read your column and can sympathize with you regarding cancelled planned events. My nieces, after a long conference call, h
  • Two employees test positive for coronavirus at state prison in Chino

    Two employees test positive for coronavirus at state prison in Chino
    Two employees at the California Institution for Men, a state prison in Chino, tested positive for the coronavirus, state prison officials said Saturday.
    The pair, along with one employee at California State Prison, Sacramento, are the first known confirmed cases among state prison employees.
    The announcement of the confirmed cases, which was detailed in a brief statement on the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation website, also included mention of a San Quentin State Prison em
  • Santa Anita consensus picks for Sunday, March 22

    Santa Anita consensus picks for Sunday, March 22
    The consensus box of picks comes from handicappers Bob Mieszerski, Art Wilson, Terry Turrell and Eddie Wilson. Here are the picks for Sunday, March 22 for racing at Santa Anita.
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  • Third LAPD employee tests positive for coronavirus

    Third LAPD employee tests positive for coronavirus
    An LAPD officer tested positive for the coronavirus, making him the third employee within the department to be diagnosed with the disease, police officials announced Saturday evening.
    The officer was assigned to the department’s Central Community Police Station at 251 East 6th Street in downtown Los Angeles, said Los Angeles police Lt. James Mylonakis, who works at the station.
    The central station, which patrols neighborhoods in downtown Los Angeles, is the largest patrol division in the c
  • Ward ‘n Jerry a runaway winner at San Luis Rey Stakes at Santa Anita

    Ward ‘n Jerry a runaway winner at San Luis Rey Stakes at Santa Anita
    Ward ‘n Jerry and jockey Flavien Prat win the Grade III, $100,000 San Luis Stakes, Saturday, March 21, 2020 at Santa Anita Park, Arcadia CA.
    (Courtesy of Benoit Photo)
    Jockey Flavien Prat guides Warn ‘n Jerry to the winner’s circle after their victory in the Grade III, $100,000 San Luis Stakes, Saturday, March 21, 2020 at Santa Anita Park, Arcadia CA. (Courtesy of Benoit Photo)SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsTrainer Mike Puype, left, celebrates with jockey Flavien Prat, r
  • Riverside County announces 2 new cases of coronavirus for a total of 30; and 5th death

    Riverside County announces 2 new cases of coronavirus for a total of 30; and 5th death
    A fifth person has died and was among two new cases of the coronavirus in Riverside County, bringing the total number of cases in the county to 30, officials announced Saturday afternoon, March 21.
    One of the new cases was a man over 70 from the Coachella Valley who died and was found to have tested positive for the virus after death, county spokeswoman Brooke Federico said.
    A man in his 60s from southern Riverside County represented the second case announced Saturday, Federico said.
    The previou
  • Amid coronavirus fears, food bank pop-up at Honda Center draws long lines of cars

    Amid coronavirus fears, food bank pop-up at Honda Center draws long lines of cars
    As cars snaked a mile around the Honda Center, with people waiting up to two hours for a bag of potatoes, a bag of apples and a bag of foods that won’t perish, Second Harvest Food Bank CEO Harald Herrmann took in the new reality.
    “Clearly this is unprecedented,” he said of the coronavirus pandemic. “The demand for food from residents of this county is staggering. The job loss coupled with school closures is putting tremendous pressure on many working-class families in thi
  • Chargers free-agency analysis: No Tom Brady, no problem

    Chargers free-agency analysis: No Tom Brady, no problem
    The Chargers shot their shot and quickly moved on after being denied by Tom Brady.
    Can’t fault them for trying. Brady would have been the Chargers’ marquee attraction for their first season playing at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. But landing Brady would have meant more than just selling tickets. Brady’s arrival would have been Super Bowl or bust.
    The Chargers, however, won’t have that pressure of trying to deliver a championship in 2020. That belongs to the Tampa Bay Buccan
  • During coronavirus crisis, Long Beach’s event king Justin Rudd still determined to help, even while crowds he inspires can’t gather

    During coronavirus crisis, Long Beach’s event king Justin Rudd still determined to help, even while crowds he inspires can’t gather
    Here’s one more thing the novel coronavirus outbreak has stopped: 250 consecutive months of beach cleanups around Long Beach.
    And that hits Justin Rudd, the city’s self-styled king of events, oh so hard.
    Normally surrounded by hundreds of volunteers, the organizer/activist/boundless-source-of-energy took about 45 minutes early Saturday morning to clean up Rosie’s Dog Beach.
    By himself.
    For the past 250 months — just shy of 21 years —  volunteers have joined Rud
  • Riverside County opens drive-up coronavirus testing site outside of Lake Elsinore’s Diamond stadium

    Riverside County opens drive-up coronavirus testing site outside of Lake Elsinore’s Diamond stadium
    Dozens of nurses and other medical personnel dressed in protective gear started testing people for the coronavirus during drive-through screening in Lake Elsinore on Saturday.
    Over 250 people were expected to get tested during the screening this weekend, according to Riverside County public health officials. They were required to stay in their vehicles for the tests.
    The testing site comes as Inland Empire public health officials are trying to expand testing for COVID-19. As of Friday, there wer
  • Pechanga Resort Casino expects coronavirus closure to last beyond March with layoffs anticipated

    Pechanga Resort Casino expects coronavirus closure to last beyond March with layoffs anticipated
    Pechanga Resort Casino near Temecula announced Saturday, March 21, that it anticipates that it will stay closed beyond the end of March due to the novel coronavirus and that if it does, officials there will institute a temporary layoff beginning April 1.
    The casino last weekend announced that it was planning to stay closed through the end of the month in order to combat COVID-19 and ensure the safety of its guests and employees. Last weekend’s announcement also noted that employees will be

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