Contact tracing is an important part of figuring out how COVID-19 is transmitted. But, now there are scammers posing as contract tracers to get into your wallets.
County public health officials said Friday they've ordered the continued closure of LA Apparel's manufacturing facilities in South Los Angeles, announcing that more than 300 workers have been confirmed with the coronavirus and four have died.
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is taking several actions to slow the spread of COVID-19 that is plaguing several prisons, especially San Quentin.
A woman is suing a Los Angeles skilled nursing home for failing to inform her that her father contracted COVID-19. She says despite numerous calls to the facility to check on her dad as the pandemic worsened, she wasn't told until the day before he died, even though he was diagnosed two weeks earlier.
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) hasn't announced how or if schools will reopen in August. But on Friday, the teachers' union, UTLA, called on the district to keep students learning at home. Members are not convinced that the district could do all that is needed to keep students and faculty safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mayor Eric Garcetti on Friday reminded the public that gatherings of any size, outside of those in your immediate household, remain prohibited in Los Angeles.
Riverside County health officials Friday reported 1,431 newly confirmed coronavirus cases and four additional deaths, marking the largest one-day increase in confirmed cases since the pandemic began.
A nationwide population-based study published by researchers in Spain in the medical journal “The Lancet” found that despite the high impact of COVID-19 on the country, antibody “prevalence estimates remain low and are clearly insufficient to provide herd immunity."
A spike of coronavirus infections at the University of California, Berkeley, is tied to a series of fraternity parties, officials said.
More Americans are reportedly looking to move to New Zealand amidst the coronavirus.
U.S. wholesale prices fell 0.2% in June as food costs dropped sharply, offsetting a big increase in energy prices.
Scientist Dr. William Phillips and thousands of others are now volunteering to be intentionally injected with the coronavirus to help accelerate the development of a vaccine.
A drone light show was produced in Seoul on July 7 as a gesture of thanks and also to highlight the protective measures needed to combat the virus.
As cases continue to spike in Southern California, including Orange County, health officials have said plasma donations are needed.
The union representing teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District is urging schools to keep campuses closed. The 2020-21 school year is set to begin next month.
The Los Angeles Unified Teachers Union is pushing back on the district's plan to reopen schools next month.
Another round of stimulus payments could be distributed to people earning less than $40,000, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said.
Doctors and scientists are finding devastating side effects in COVID-19 survivors even after they have recovered from the virus.
The Orange County Health Care Agency Thursday reported 26 COVID-19 fatalities and 1,292 new cases, along with an uptick in hospitalizations.
Following an announcement from The Federal Reserve last month that the coronavirus pandemic has created a shortage in coins in the U.S., businesses around the country have been urging their customers to use alternative forms of payment or bring exact change.