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Local Hospitals Experience Upsurge in Patients

Photo: Four local hospitals experienced over 90 percent Intensive Care Unit capacity in late December, tweeted the City's official account on Tuesday, Jan. 5th 2021. "Our hospitals continue to be...

 

LA County Covid-19 Deaths Top 10,000; Southland Stay-at-Home Order Extended

Los Angeles County reached a grim milestone this week, reporting it surpassed 10,000 confirmed Covid-19 deaths, as its ICU capacity dropped to 0%. Yesterday, the state reported another 30,921 new case...

 

LA County Sets New Records for Covid-19 Deaths, Hospitalizations

The Covid-19 surge is continuing to have a devastating impact on Los Angeles County, including Culver City. Public Health Department has again reported record numbers for new Coronavirus-related...

 

Cal. Slacks on Mobilizing Hospital Capacity

by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude According to the World Health Organization, the purpose of a lockdown should only be "to buy you time to reorganize, regroup, re-balance your resources, protect your health workers who are exhausted," as stated by...

 

Lockdown: Who Are They Kidding?

By Alyssa Erdley, News with Attitude The state's Stay Home Order has been extended past the 3-week term originally given at the beginning of December. This is no surprise. Officials warned us when they instituted the additional restrictions on...

 

SMMUSD Makes Plans Based on a Miracle

by Alyssa Erdley, News with Attitude LA County had over 11,000 cases of COVID in one day yesterday - that is 16 times higher than what is necessary to reach Tier 2 On Thursday, December 17, the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School Board voted on a...

 

Crossroads Offers Scholarships

Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences will offer a six-week summer literacy and cultural enrichment program, to 50 students of color and their families from the Pico neighborhood, the school said in a press release. “The program will address...

 

Covid-19 Pandemic Worsening in LA County, Culver City

With the pandemic worsening daily in Los Angeles County and California, Public Health officials are urging all residents to stay home to curb the spread the virus that has so far claimed more 8568...

 

Covid-19 Cases, Deaths Surging In Culver City and LA County

Culver City and L.A. County continue to experience a surge in Covid-19 cases and deaths than at any point during the pandemic, health officials have announced. The number of Culver City residents...

 

LA Courts Extend Deadlines

In an attempt to limit the spread of Covid-19 in courthouses, the Los Angeles County Superior Court announced Wednesday that it would extend the time for criminal trials and Juvenile Dependency matters. Los Angeles County, which has escaped the kind...

 

Culver City Sees Sharp Uptick in Covid-19 Cases, Deaths

Mirroring an alarming countywide trend, Culver City recorded a sharp uptick in the rate of Covid-19 infection and deaths in the past 2 weeks, the Los Angeles County Health officials has announced. As...

 

Covid-19 Transmission Surges in LA County, Culver City

With Covid-19 cases surging and hospitalizations nearing records, the Los Angeles County Health officials has announced new restrictions to curb the spread of the virus that has so far claimed more...

 

3% of LA Gets Covid

11/19 LA County Dept. of Public Health reports 2,301 newly confirmed coronavirus cases and 25 new deaths, bringing countywide totals to 344,523 cumulative cases and 7,299 deaths. This means that about 3% of the County’s population of 10 million hav...

 

Toilet Paper Deja Vu

Local residents are reporting shortages of toilet paper and cleaning supplies once again at local markets. Such shortages were common in April after the original lockdown began. The shortage appears to be affecting big box stores like Costco more....

 

Lockdown's Back: LA County Issues 10 pm Curfew

by Alyssa Erdley Observer Staff Reacting to a rapid increase in COVID-19 cases, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health issued new restrictions, including a 10 pm cutoff hour for...

 

Culver CityCovid-19 Update: 470 Cases

Experiencing the same surge as its neighbors, Culver City recorded a sharp uptick in the rate of Coronavirus infection over the past month, the County Health Department has announced. As of press...

 

Calif. Passes 1 Million Covid Cases

California became the second state in the U.S. to top a million Covid cases, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The state reached the grim milestone a week after Texas reported a million cases. Los Angeles County currently has 328,058...

 

LA County Covid Surge Alarms Officials

Again warning of a "real and alarming'" surge in COVID-19 cases, Los Angeles County's public health director Barbara Ferrer said Monday LA County is vastly expanding its community outreach efforts to...

 

City Says it Promotes Covid Recovery

The City of Santa Monica claims that it is supporting local businesses in their attempt to recover from the lockdowns and other disruptions of Covid-19 and the George Floyd riots earlier this year. "A...

 

Riots in Italy

By Amelia Fiore In Italy, new restrictions started last week. By the weekend, we were seeing the same old game of getting stricter without much warning. People are not taking it well, though, this time around. The restrictions are unintelligent and...

 

Young Adults Still Driving Covid-19 Cases; Culver City's Infection Rate Slowing Down

Public health officials this week reported that young adults are still driving up L.A. County's Covid-19 cases but the rate of inflection is slowing down, especially in Culver City. Throughout the...

 

Corona Prison During Covid

by Ms. Amber S. Jackson, Lucky Lifer Editor introduction: Ms. Jackson wrote to us from C.I.W. asking if she could write a regular weekly column about life in prison. After growing up in foster homes, she entered prison at age 20 when she disfigured...

 

Spa Owner Pleads Guilty to Mask Hoarding

The owner of the luxury spa where Gwyneth Paltrow famously recommended a 'vaginal steam' has landed in hot water with the courts. Niki Schwarz, 55, owner of Tikkun Holistic Spa in Santa Monica, plead...

 

UCLA Study on Covid-19

UCLA is seeking people who were tested for Covid-19 no more than 5 days ago and were positively diagnosed, who still have symptoms but haven't been hospitalized. Or those close contact with someone...

 

Covid-19 Cases Declining in Culver City

Experiencing a marked decline in the rate of infection, Culver City recorded only 38 new cases of Coronavirus and no deaths in the past month, the County Health Department has announced. As of press...

 

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