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Health official says some positive data seen in COVID-19 stats

LOS ANGELES — Rising coronavirus cases and fatalities remain concerning — with four dozen more deaths confirmed July 23 — but there are signs Los Angeles County is beginning to turn the corner in efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, according to one of the county’s top health officer. “At least this week, we’re Read More…

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Schools may see smaller classes in fall, county says

LOS ANGELES — Schools won’t be the same if and when they reopen this fall, with education officials suggesting steps such as staggered school days, 16-person class sizes, lunches inside classrooms, face masks and other changes to protect against the spread of coronavirus. Those steps were among the recommended safety guidelines detailed in the Los Read More…