California cut it close and aims for a fully open economy June 15.
Seeing someone without a face mask these days is like seeing someone naked. It’s taboo and somewhat dirty. They certainly shouldn’t be that way out in public. It’s as if they’re telling the world, “Look at me. I have no shame.”
Notable East Los Angeles College alumni encourage Angelenos to get the COVID-19 inoculation as LA County grapples with the public’s vaccine fears.
Arclight and Pacific theaters announced their permanent closing, and it just adds to the long and depressing list of losses millennials continue to face as they grow older.
Being outside does not sound as deadly as it once did before, so long as people aren’t being reckless and the proper precautions are taken.
Frances Davila is helping undocumented students as an immigration attorney at both East Los Angeles Colleges’ Dream Resource Center and Rio Hondo College.
Theme parks are getting ready to reopen, which may be good for society as a whole.
The State Labor Commissioner’s office reviewed California’s COVID-19 labor laws to provide students information on workers’ rights.