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  • Orange County Register
    Grace Gentry, San Juan Hills, Sr. Isabel Gomez, Sage Hill, So. Megan Jones, Foothill, Sr. Erika Maggard, Woodbridge, Sr. Leah Manning, Capistrano Valley, Jr. Anling Su Vera, Fairmont Prep, Jr. Marisa Tanga, Huntington Beach, Sr. Trasara Alexander, Corona del Mar, Jr. Isabelle Avalos, Buena Park, Sr. Joleen Corona, Whittier Christian ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Irvine had the highest number of confirmed cases reported as of Tuesday at 50, followed by Anaheim and Newport Beach at 46. Among bigger cities, Santa Ana had 24 cases and Huntington Beach had 32. Community members and city leaders had pushed county officials to start releasing city-by-city data, which started this week. For the first time ...
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  • ABC7
    While thousands of nail salons across SoCal are closed, many owners have come together to try to give back in another way.
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  • Orange County Register
    First Team: Alex Ianni, Corona del Mar; Avery Doherty, Corona del Mar; Tabbi LaParl, Los Alamitos; Reezyn Turk, Los Alamitos; Alyssa Mendoza, Los Alamitos; Lauren Jewett, Los Alamitos; Nikki Marino, Edison; Sophia Drake, Edison; Abby McCollam, Edison; Summer Stewart, Huntington Beach; Ella Davison, Huntington Beach. Second Team: Sophia Harvey ...
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  • Mercury News
    The action follows reports from workers that various stores in California, New York City, Chicago and Louisiana have remained open after employees tested positive for COVID-19.
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  • World Socialist Web Site
    According to Vice’s Motherboard site, workers at stores in New Orleans and Huntington Beach, California were informed by robocalls that fellow workers had tested positive and told to “press number one to confirm receipt.” The stores remained open, however, because Whole Foods is racking up huge profits from customers rushing to stock up ...
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  • The Hill
    Whole Foods workers are set to strike on Tuesday to protest what they say is a lack of employee protections amid the spread of the coronavirus. Workers at the national grocery chain will call out sick to demand guaranteed sick leave to employees who self-isolate, reinstatement of health care coverage for part-time workers, double hazard pay, a commitment to ensuring workplaces stay clean and the closure of any store where a worker tests positive. The strike had originally been scheduled on May 1.
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  • LAist
    So there’s that. Here’s what happened in the past 24 hours: The snow capped mountains form the backdrop for a walk in Huntington Beach this weekend. Californians have been told to stick close to home, even for their walks. The news cycle moves fast. Some stories don't pan out. Others get added. Consider this today's first draft.
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  • Business Wire
    HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Life Science Intelligence (LSI) has been tracking and publishing market data on the global personal protective equipment (PPE) market for the last decade. LSI has just published a special report, Covid-19 Impact on Global Market for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Gowns, Masks, Respirators to ...
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  • Orange County Register
    First Team: Lizzie Lovat, Huntington Beach; Elaina Davey, Huntington Beach; Morgan O’Connell, Huntington Beach; Sam Worley, Edison; Lily Worley, Edison; Emma Marsh, Marina; Victoria Wilcox, Fountain Valley. Second Team: Sierra Cavano, Huntington Beach; Jericho Callender, Huntington Beach; Ella Jensen, Edison; Madie Ambrose, Edison ...
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  • Orange County Register
    The teams that typically go out in groups of four to five have been cut to one or two. Recent beach crowds also posed a hazard to rescuers and lifeguards in Dana Point and Huntington Beach had to intervene when crowds got too close to struggling marine mammals. The center has asked many of its volunteers to stay home, and that means animal care ...
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  • Religion News Service
    HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — Professor and Harvard graduate William Jeynes is organizing a National Day of Repentance for Easter, Sunday, April 12th. He is contacting governors to announce the proclamation for their states, and religious leaders to make the proclamation for their houses of worship and denominations. He is hopeful that President ...
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  • Orange County Register
    A week ago, Swartz got the idea to stack cardboard shelves of food and paper goods in the common area of her Huntington Beach apartment complex. A handwritten sign reads: “Take if you’re needy, but don’t be greedy.” “We have a lot of seniors here who can’t get to the store right now,” Swartz said. Like dozens of other kind souls ...
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  • KTLA
    As the businesses continue to operate, a number of stores have reported COVID-19 cases among employees, including a Vallarta Supermarkets location in Canoga Park and a Whole Foods store in Huntington Beach. Stores have been ramping up safety measures such as installing sneeze guards at cash registers and placing markers to encourage shoppers to ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Irvine, with 280,202 residents, counts 38 cases of cornavirus. Newport Beach, population 87,180, has 37 cases. Huntington Beach, 203,761, tallies 33 people affected by the virus. On the other end of the spectrum, the smaller cities of Stanton and Seal Beach each have one recorded case. Of the 431 total, 50 cases were from an unknown location ...
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