• Orange County Register

    Newsom says ‘I own’ coronavirus testing backlog in California Three new drive-up coronavirus testing locations opened in L.A. County Friday, though they are only accessible by appointment. The screening sites are at Gate 17 of the Pomona Fairplex; the South Bay Galleria, at 1815 Hawthorne Blvd. in Redondo Beach; and Antelope Valley Mall ...

  • ABC7 San Francisco

    Cases in California are expected to peak in the beginning to middle of May ... while planning continues for at least three more. The new sites are at the Pomona Fairplex, the South Bay Galleria and the Antelope Valley Mall. Testing is by appointment only. Walk-up appointments are not available. Additional sites in Northridge, Long Beach ...

  • Los Angeles Times on MSN.com

    Capping a week of dramatic rises in novel coronavirus cases and deaths, health officials said Friday that California should brace for at least several more challenging ... On Friday, three new drive-up coronavirus testing locations opened in L.A. County, at the Pomona Fairplex, the South Bay Galleria in Redondo Beach and the Antelope Valley ...

  • Yahoo! News

    LOS ANGELES, CA — As the coronavirus spread, Los Angeles County health officials are ramping up testing efforts with at least three additional drive-up coronavirus testing sites opening Friday. Another three are in the planning stages. The sites opening Friday are at the Pomona Fairplex at Gate 17, W. McKinley/Fairplex Drive; the South Bay ...

  • Los Angeles Times on MSN.com

    The COVID-19 screening sites — which opened Friday and will be available by appointment only — are at Gate 17 of the Pomona Fairplex; the South Bay Galleria ... Get up to speed with our Essential California newsletter, sent six days a week.

  • YAHOO!

    Wealthy areas saw an early surge in coronavirus cases in L.A. County. More accessible testing and international travel provide a likely explanation.

  • Santa Rosa Press Democrat

    Gary Patterson will live on in life-partner Phil Edinger’s memory as a lanky, neat, self-deprecating storyteller. Their paths crossed at Cal Poly Pomona more than 50 years ago, noticing each other in a landscape design class before Edinger made a move. They would go on to buy a home near the Asti Winery in the late 1960s, living many happy ...

  • Pasadena Star-News

    Today, they are all connected by a single thread: Creating thousands of face masks for hospital workers, first responders and nursing home employees and residents across Southern California to help fight the coronavirus ... we’re doing this as a family trying to give back.” In Pomona, Arjun “Corey” Bakshi, a second-year osteopathic ...

  • Daily Breeze

    From Beverly Hills to Rancho Santa Margarita to Redlands, small-business owners and individuals say they want to support health care workers on the frontlines battling COVID-19.

  • LAist

    Child care is considered an essential service in California and providers have been encouraged to continue operating ... At the Child Development Center at Fairplex in Pomona, there’s now an empty seat in between every kid at lunch. Parents, many of whom are also essential workers, drop their children off at the lobby instead of walking ...

  • LAist

    Child care is considered an essential service in California and providers have been encouraged to continue operating ... At the Child Development Center at Fairplex in Pomona, there’s now an empty seat in between every kid at lunch. Parents, many of whom are also essential workers, drop their children off at the lobby instead of walking ...

  • KTLA

    In California, there are 6,528 cases and 135 ... killed a stabbing suspect who advanced on the officer with a sword in Pomona late Monday, authorities said. The shooting unfolded about 7:30 ...

  • Civil Beat

    Even before Hawaii’s stay-at-home mandate took place, 19-year-old Siena Swift decided to keep to her room after returning home from Pomona College in California, just in case she was carrying the coronavirus. It turned out to be the right decision — she started to feel feverish about one week after she arrived home. With a doctor’s order ...

  • CBS Boston / WBZ

    A worker at a Pomona grocery store has tested positive for the novel coronavirus ... 9 hours ago Coronavirus: Grounded Planes Stored Across Southern California, LAX Reports 85% Decline In Passenger TrafficLAX has seen an 85 percent decline in passenger traffic due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners ...

  • The Real Deal

    A California Congressional Representative for a large swath of eastern Los Angeles County is pumping the brakes on a county plan to house quarantined coronavirus patients at the Sheraton Fairplex hotel in Pomona. Citing a lack of clarity in the county’s plan, Congresswoman Norma J. Torres rejected the use of all 244 rooms at the hotel for ...

  • KESQ News

    The Sheraton Hotel in Pomona will be used to provide temporary housing for coronavirus patients, according to KABC-7 in Los Angeles. The 244 room hotel will also be used to treat people showing symptoms and people waiting for test results. The total number of people testing positive for coronavirus in Los Angeles County is 409, with a total of ...

  • ABC7

    As the coronavirus pandemic grows, health officials continue to monitor the number of confirmed cases in Southern California.

  • ABC7

    The Sheraton Hotel in Pomona will provide temporary housing through 244 single-occupany rooms for ... The mayor said he is resting at home and his husband is fine and is also quarantined at home. 5:30 p.m. Gov. Gavin Newsom says California has at least 598 cases of COVID-19. There have been at least 12,600 people tested in California so far ...

  • Los Angeles Times on MSN.com

    In California, 60% of students qualify for free or reduced-price meals because they are members of low-income households. In Los Angeles public schools, the percentage is even higher, with 80% of students who qualify; in Compton, it’s 83%; Pomona, 89%. Nationwide, well over half the states in the country have also closed their public schools ...

  • Mercury News

    University of California Irvine freshman Rose Oganesian understands the public health reasons to switch from in-person to online courses at universities across California during the coronavirus crisis.