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Warning- Oxnard City Mgr. Threatens “Noncompliant” Businesses, “Large Gatherings,” with Fines, Water Shutoff

Warning- Oxnard City Mgr. Threatens “Noncompliant” Businesses, “Large Gatherings,” with Fines, Water Shutoff

By George Miller Local officials are worried about worsening COVID19 official statistics and are looking for ways to slow the spread of the virus. Notes from last night’s Oxnard City Council meeting: From Agenda Item G-1-COVID Update (Presented by City Mgr Alex Nguyen) Only 5% ICU bed county availability, record “cases”, 12% of positives are […]

Newsom: New Data Shows California Is ‘Turning the Corner’

Newsom: New Data Shows California Is ‘Turning the Corner’

By Daisy Nguyen California is showing improvement in its fight against the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday, citing a significantly lower number of confirmed new cases as the state begins to clear backlogged cases from a data failure. The Democratic governor said he also was also encouraged by a downward trend in the […]

Gov. Gavin Newsom shares ‘early good signs’ in California COVID-19 trends

Gov. Gavin Newsom shares ‘early good signs’ in California COVID-19 trends

By Alix Martichoux SAN FRANCISCO — Gov. Gavin Newsom shared “early good signs” that things may be getting better in California amid the coronavirus pandemic. The seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases is at 7,764, the governor said, which is down 21% from a week ago. Coronavirus-related hospitalizations are down 10% and ICU hospitalizations are down 5% over […]