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Russia considers scrapping fines amid coronavirus pandemic

Russia’s energy ministry may allow operators to retain all revenue generated by new wind turbines prior to full commissioning, to allow for delays caused by Covid-19 restrictions

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  • February 22 @ 10:29 am

Enel faces up to $1.5 million fines in Russia over coronavirus delays

Enel claims it has faced force majeure circumstances in developing wind farms in Russia during the coronavirus pandemic and will try to convince customers not to collect fines

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  • December 22 @ 8:40 am

PRMC shows $8.3M loss from coronavirus impact – Pratt Tribune

PRMC shows $8.3M loss from coronavirus impact  Pratt Tribune

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  • August 12 @ 5:26 pm

Coronavirus Impacts Dampen Alternative Energy Prospects – Yahoo Finance

Coronavirus Impacts Dampen Alternative Energy Prospects  Yahoo Finance

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  • July 20 @ 8:56 am

Coronavirus accelerates global shift to cheaper, more sustainable renewable energy | TheHill – The Hill

Coronavirus accelerates global shift to cheaper, more sustainable renewable energy | TheHill  The Hill

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  • July 2 @ 3:30 pm

Tax Breaks for Wind and Solar—Bad Energy Policy, Bad Post-Coronavirus Recovery Policy – Competitive Enterpr

Tax Breaks for Wind and Solar—Bad Energy Policy, Bad Post-Coronavirus Recovery Policy  Competitive Enterprise Institute

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  • June 26 @ 1:56 pm

Q&A: Storage CEO on coronavirus, Trump and federal ‘constraint’ – E&E News

Q&A: Storage CEO on coronavirus, Trump and federal ‘constraint’  E&E News

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  • June 23 @ 9:30 am

Q&A: Storage CEO on coronavirus, Trump and tax credit ‘constraint’ – E&E News

Q&A: Storage CEO on coronavirus, Trump and tax credit ‘constraint’  E&E News

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  • June 23 @ 8:34 am

5 Key Clean Energy Projects That Barreled Through the Coronavirus Lockdowns – Greentech Media News

5 Key Clean Energy Projects That Barreled Through the Coronavirus Lockdowns  Greentech Media News

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  • June 17 @ 12:37 pm

5 US Clean Energy Projects That Barreled Through the Coronavirus Lockdowns

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  • June 17 @ 10:51 am

5 Key Clean Energy Projects That Barreled Through the Coronavirus Lockdowns

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  • June 17 @ 10:51 am

Colorado lost more than 7,000 clean energy jobs since coronavirus pandemic, industry organization says – The

Colorado lost more than 7,000 clean energy jobs since coronavirus pandemic, industry organization says  The Denver Post

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  • June 17 @ 6:00 am

5 US Clean Energy Projects That Barreled Through the Coronavirus Lockdowns – Greentech Media News

5 US Clean Energy Projects That Barreled Through the Coronavirus Lockdowns  Greentech Media News

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  • June 16 @ 1:32 pm

As Wind Power in the US Gains Traction, the Coronavirus is Complicating Matters

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  • May 31 @ 9:13 pm

IRS offers safe harbor for renewable energy tax credits in response to coronavirus – Accounting Today

IRS offers safe harbor for renewable energy tax credits in response to coronavirus  Accounting Today

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  • May 28 @ 12:45 pm

Coronavirus has erased 600000 clean energy jobs in two months — and that’s just the start – Grist

Coronavirus has erased 600000 clean energy jobs in two months — and that’s just the start  Grist

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  • May 14 @ 2:59 pm

America has lost 600,000 clean energy jobs amid coronavirus – Los Angeles Times

America has lost 600,000 clean energy jobs amid coronavirus  Los Angeles Times

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  • May 13 @ 12:07 pm

Treasury Department offers wind industry coronavirus lifeline with proposed safe harbor extension – Utility D

Treasury Department offers wind industry coronavirus lifeline with proposed safe harbor extension  Utility Dive

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  • May 12 @ 8:04 am

Treasury Department offers wind industry coronavirus lifeline with safe harbor extension – Utility Dive

Treasury Department offers wind industry coronavirus lifeline with safe harbor extension  Utility Dive

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  • May 12 @ 2:00 am

Opinion: Colorado’s clean energy workers are hurting in these coronavirus times – The Colorado Sun

Opinion: Colorado’s clean energy workers are hurting in these coronavirus times  The Colorado Sun

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  • May 6 @ 9:45 pm

Coronavirus continues to impact the wind energy sector as Germany’s Nordex withdraws guidance – CNBC

Coronavirus continues to impact the wind energy sector as Germany’s Nordex withdraws guidance  CNBC

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  • May 6 @ 9:44 am

Coronavirus crisis hits solar and wind energy industry – The Washington Post

Coronavirus crisis hits solar and wind energy industry  The Washington Post Scientists worry slowdown of solar and wind energy will accelerate climate change  WOAI Takeaways from renewable energys struggles amid pandemic  Utica Observer Dispatch Solar, Wind Energy Struggle As Coronavirus Takes Toll  wgbh.org View Full Coverage on Google News

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  • May 4 @ 5:04 am

Solar, wind energy struggle as coronavirus takes toll – WHYY

Solar, wind energy struggle as coronavirus takes toll  WHYY

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  • May 3 @ 9:05 am

Solar, wind energy struggle as coronavirus takes toll – KSTP

Solar, wind energy struggle as coronavirus takes toll  KSTP

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  • May 2 @ 3:52 pm

Solar, wind energy struggle as coronavirus takes toll – The Denver Post

Solar, wind energy struggle as coronavirus takes toll  The Denver Post

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  • May 2 @ 10:33 am

Avangrid Withdraws Guidance due to Coronavirus, Vineyard Wind Uncertainty – Greentech Media News

Avangrid Withdraws Guidance due to Coronavirus, Vineyard Wind Uncertainty  Greentech Media News

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  • April 29 @ 1:54 pm

Danish energy company Orsted reiterates guidance for 2020 and plays down coronavirus challenges – CNBC

Danish energy company Orsted reiterates guidance for 2020 and plays down coronavirus challenges  CNBC

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  • April 29 @ 9:09 am

Wind and Solar Call for PTC & ITC Safe Harbor Due to Coronavirus – AltEnergyMag

Wind and Solar Call for PTC & ITC Safe Harbor Due to Coronavirus  AltEnergyMag

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  • April 21 @ 2:00 am

The Impact of the Coronavirus on the Renewable Energy Industry – Center For American Progress

The Impact of the Coronavirus on the Renewable Energy Industry  Center For American Progress LM Wind Power to close Little Rock plant  Arkansas Times Wind turbine manufacturing plant in Arkansas to close  Magnolia Banner News Republicans Are Planning to Use Coronavirus to Gut Renewable Energy  VICE Renewable energies under threat in 2020 from coronavirus, oil price slump  Climate Home View […]

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  • April 15 @ 4:00 am

Wind and Solar Call for PTC & ITC Extensions Due to Coronavirus – AltEnergyMag

Wind and Solar Call for PTC & ITC Extensions Due to Coronavirus  AltEnergyMag

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  • April 14 @ 7:44 am

Republicans Are Planning to Use Coronavirus to Gut Renewable Energy – Free

Republicans Are Planning to Use Coronavirus to Gut Renewable Energy  Free

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  • April 13 @ 10:42 am

Missouri lawmakers plan to resume work amid coronavirus – ktvo.com

Missouri lawmakers plan to resume work amid coronavirus  ktvo.com

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  • April 10 @ 4:45 pm

MODOT on schedule to begin spring projects, despite coronavirus – ktvo.com

MODOT on schedule to begin spring projects, despite coronavirus  ktvo.com

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  • April 10 @ 4:45 pm

Henry County inmate the first prisoner to test positive for coronavirus – ktvo.com

Henry County inmate the first prisoner to test positive for coronavirus  ktvo.com

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  • April 10 @ 2:00 am

Oil Companies Are Collapsing Due to Coronavirus, but Wind and Solar Energy Keep Growing – The New York Times

Oil Companies Are Collapsing Due to Coronavirus, but Wind and Solar Energy Keep Growing  The New York Times How the renewable energy sector will grow despite waning tax credits  Windpower Engineering Mali exempts solar from VAT, import duties  pv magazine International Fund Managers are Optimistic about Renewable Energy Projects after OZ Final Regulations  Novogradac COVID-19 Impact on US Renewable […]

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  • April 8 @ 4:35 pm

Coronavirus Unnerves US Wind Market During Record Year for Construction – Greentech Media News

Coronavirus Unnerves US Wind Market During Record Year for Construction  Greentech Media News

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  • April 7 @ 1:40 pm

Senate Strikes Deal on Coronavirus Stimulus Package That Excludes Help for Renewables – Greentech Media News

Senate Strikes Deal on Coronavirus Stimulus Package That Excludes Help for Renewables  Greentech Media News

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  • March 29 @ 9:45 am

Climate Change Push Fuels Split On Coronavirus Stimulus – NPR

Climate Change Push Fuels Split On Coronavirus Stimulus  NPR

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  • March 24 @ 7:38 am

Solar, Wind and Storage Industries Seek Relief in Coronavirus Stimulus Package – Greentech Media News

Solar, Wind and Storage Industries Seek Relief in Coronavirus Stimulus Package  Greentech Media News

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  • March 19 @ 4:30 pm

AWEA estimates 25 GW of U.S. wind projects at risk due to coronavirus

  • Windpower E&D
  • March 18 @ 7:00 pm

IntelStor says at least a one-year PTC extension is necessary to overcome coronavirus consequences

  • Windpower E&D
  • March 18 @ 7:00 pm

House Democrats Push for Renewable Energy Tax Credits in Coronavirus Stimulus – Morning Consult

House Democrats Push for Renewable Energy Tax Credits in Coronavirus Stimulus  Morning Consult

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  • March 17 @ 2:00 am

For Wind and Solar Sectors, Biggest Coronavirus Risk May Be a Damaged Economy – Greentech Media News

For Wind and Solar Sectors, Biggest Coronavirus Risk May Be a Damaged Economy  Greentech Media News

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  • March 16 @ 10:37 am
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Renewables

EnBW – EnBW continues to expand its solar energy capacity with two further major projects Decision to invest

  • GLOBAL RENEWABLE NEWS
  • December 7 @ 10:13 am

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development – How the renewable energy industry is battling the impact o

  • GLOBAL RENEWABLE NEWS
  • June 4 @ 7:12 pm

SSE Renewables – SSE joins call for UK Government to deliver a clean, inclusive and resilient coronavirus rec

  • GLOBAL RENEWABLE NEWS
  • June 2 @ 5:15 pm

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development – EBRD economies seen contracting by 3.5 per cent in 2020, 4

  • GLOBAL RENEWABLE NEWS
  • May 20 @ 5:02 pm

RWE Renewables – RWE Renewables pledges $250,000 for coronavirus response

  • GLOBAL RENEWABLE NEWS
  • April 27 @ 6:49 pm

SSE Renewables – Operating Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm through the Coronavirus outbreak

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  • April 23 @ 4:55 pm
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Cranes created to honor victims of the Coronavirus – FOX31 Denver

Cranes created to honor victims of the Coronavirus  FOX31 Denver

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  • April 21 @ 6:24 pm

Last call for Pink’s Hot Dogs until March, as Hollywood stand closes until coronavirus is under control – L

Last call for Pink’s Hot Dogs until March, as Hollywood stand closes until coronavirus is under control  LA Daily News

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  • January 3 @ 9:23 pm

Coronavirus Pandemic Impact Arcade Crane Machines Market Growth rate 2020-25 – LionLowdown

Coronavirus Pandemic Impact Arcade Crane Machines Market Growth rate 2020-25  LionLowdown

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  • December 17 @ 11:56 pm

Crane Types Market to Witness Contraction, as Uncertainty Looms Following Global Coronavirus Outbreak – LionL

Crane Types Market to Witness Contraction, as Uncertainty Looms Following Global Coronavirus Outbreak  LionLowdown

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  • December 16 @ 9:37 pm

Coronavirus response | Crane Alley closing temporarily next week – Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

Coronavirus response | Crane Alley closing temporarily next week  Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

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  • December 9 @ 7:08 pm

Latest News 2020: Hydraulic Crane Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis | T

Latest News 2020: Hydraulic Crane Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis | Top Players: Liebherr Cranes, kegiom lifting snc, Kobelco Cranes Co., Ltd, XCMG, etc. | InForGrowth  The Think Curiouser

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  • November 12 @ 4:39 am

Latest News 2020: Crane Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis | Top Players

Latest News 2020: Crane Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis | Top Players: Schenck Process, Carl Stahl GmbH, PCE Instruments, ADOS, Gram Group, etc. | InForGrowth  TechnoWeekly

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  • November 11 @ 12:04 am

Coronavirus Latest News 2021: Mobile Crane Market Analysis And Forecast By Liebherr, Tadano, Manitowoc, XCMG –

Coronavirus Latest News 2021: Mobile Crane Market Analysis And Forecast By Liebherr, Tadano, Manitowoc, XCMG  PRnews Leader

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  • October 20 @ 12:08 pm

Latest News 2020: Crane Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis | Top Players

Latest News 2020: Crane Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis | Top Players: Altech Industries, Cargotec, Columbus McKinnon Corporation, Fassi Gru SPA Socio unico, etc.  The Market Records

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  • October 1 @ 4:34 am

Trending Now: Global Tower Crane Market 2020 with Coronavirus (COVID-19) Effect Analysis | likewise Industry is Boo

Trending Now: Global Tower Crane Market 2020 with Coronavirus (COVID-19) Effect Analysis | likewise Industry is Booming Globally with Key Players – Sarens nv/sa, Mediaco, Maxim Crane Works, LP  The News Brok

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  • August 31 @ 12:14 am

Latest News 2020: Hammer Head Crane Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis |

Latest News 2020: Hammer Head Crane Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis | Top Players: Manitowoc, Liebherr, WOLFFKRAN, Terex, FAVCO, etc. | InForGrowth  StartupNG

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  • August 31 @ 12:12 am

How Coronavirus is Complicating Contractor Hurricane Preparation and Response – Equipment World Magazine

How Coronavirus is Complicating Contractor Hurricane Preparation and Response  Equipment World Magazine

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  • August 25 @ 11:30 am

Impact Of Outbreak Of Coronavirus (Covid-19) On Offshore Crane Market 2020 Growth Factors | Strategic Analysis | In

Impact Of Outbreak Of Coronavirus (Covid-19) On Offshore Crane Market 2020 Growth Factors | Strategic Analysis | Increasing Demand With Top Key Players | Lampson, Liebherr, Zoomlion, National Oilwell Varco, Huisman, Palfinger  The Daily Chronicle

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  • August 24 @ 11:58 pm

Artist creates origami crane memorial for coronavirus victims – Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Artist creates origami crane memorial for coronavirus victims  Honolulu Star-Advertiser

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  • August 13 @ 2:24 pm

Latest News 2020: Offshore Crane Training Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Anal

Latest News 2020: Offshore Crane Training Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis | Top Players: Kongsberg Maritime Training Grilstad, OPITO, Maersk Training, Gulf Crane Services and Manufacturing, Seatrax, etc. | InForGrowth  Scientect

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  • August 13 @ 6:23 am

Coronavirus crisis hits Stamford-based Crane’s Q2 returns, profits – Danbury News Times

Coronavirus crisis hits Stamford-based Crane’s Q2 returns, profits  Danbury News Times

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  • July 29 @ 4:42 pm

Coronavirus crisis hits Stamford-based Crane’s Q2 returns, profits – Westport News

Coronavirus crisis hits Stamford-based Crane’s Q2 returns, profits  Westport News

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  • July 29 @ 12:56 pm

Coronavirus crisis hits Stamford-based Crane’s Q2 returns, profits – The Advocate

Coronavirus crisis hits Stamford-based Crane’s Q2 returns, profits  The Advocate

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  • July 29 @ 12:56 pm

Global Jib Crane Market 2020 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updated Analysis By Product (Freestanding, Wall-Mounted, Mast-S

Global Jib Crane Market 2020 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updated Analysis By Product (Freestanding, Wall-Mounted, Mast-Style, Articulating, Wall-Traveling, Portable); By Application (Production lines, Workstations, Workshops, Warehouses, Other application)  Cole of Duty

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  • July 11 @ 1:49 am

Global Gantry Crane Market with Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact Analysis | likewise Industry is Booming Globaly with

Global Gantry Crane Market with Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact Analysis | likewise Industry is Booming Globaly with Top Players Spanco, Gorbel, EMH, Konecranes, Liebherr, Vestil, Thern, Demag  Jewish Life News

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  • July 5 @ 10:31 am

Global Mobile Crane Market with Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact Analysis | likewise Industry is Booming Globaly with

Global Mobile Crane Market with Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact Analysis | likewise Industry is Booming Globaly with Top Players | Liebherr, Tadano, Manitowoc, XCMG, Terex, Zoomlion, Sany, kobelco crane  3rd Watch News

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  • July 5 @ 1:02 am

Global Ship Crane Market 2020 with Coronavirus (COVID-19) Effect Analysis | likewise Industry is Booming Globally w

Global Ship Crane Market 2020 with Coronavirus (COVID-19) Effect Analysis | likewise Industry is Booming Globally with Key Players – Allied Marine Crane, Ezberci Marine, Hawboldt Industries, Huisman  3rd Watch News

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  • June 23 @ 3:09 am

Global Crane Market with Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact Analysis | likewise Industry is Booming Globaly with Top Key

Global Crane Market with Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact Analysis | likewise Industry is Booming Globaly with Top Key Players | Manitowoc, Terex Corporation, Tadano Limited, Kobelco Cranes Co. Limited  Cole of Duty

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  • June 22 @ 4:20 am

Latest News 2020: Hammer Head Crane Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis |

Latest News 2020: Hammer Head Crane Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis | Top Players: Manitowoc, Liebherr, WOLFFKRAN, Terex, FAVCO, etc  Cole of Duty

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  • June 15 @ 8:55 am

Mobile Tower Crane Market Statistics and Research Analysis Released in Latest Industry Report 2020 | Coronavirus-CO

Mobile Tower Crane Market Statistics and Research Analysis Released in Latest Industry Report 2020 | Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis: Liebherr, Manitowoc, Wiibert, Orlaco, MTC Tower Cranes, etc. | InForGrowth  Jewish Life News

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  • June 12 @ 4:33 am

Crane and Hoists Market Statistics and Research Analysis Released in Latest Industry Report 2020 | Coronavirus-COVI

Crane and Hoists Market Statistics and Research Analysis Released in Latest Industry Report 2020 | Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis: Columbus McKinnon, Kito, Terex, Konecranes, Ingersoll Rand, etc. | InForGrowth  3rd Watch News

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  • June 11 @ 3:04 am

Report: Coronavirus means few young whooping cranes for fall release – The Reveille, LSU’s student news

Report: Coronavirus means few young whooping cranes for fall release  The Reveille, LSU’s student newspaper

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  • June 10 @ 1:36 pm

Transportation employee at Crane School District tests positive for coronavirus – KYMA

Transportation employee at Crane School District tests positive for coronavirus  KYMA

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  • June 10 @ 1:25 pm

Coronavirus means few young whooping cranes for fall release – Bay News 9

Coronavirus means few young whooping cranes for fall release  Bay News 9

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  • June 10 @ 11:13 am

Latest News 2020: Crane Limit Switches Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysi

Latest News 2020: Crane Limit Switches Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis | Top Players: Schneider Electric, Pethe Industrial, Eaton, Omega Comtrols, Honeywell, etc. | InForGrowth  Cole of Duty

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  • June 10 @ 2:03 am

Coronavirus Pandemic Impact Mobile Tower Crane Market Growth rate 2020-26 – Cole of Duty

Coronavirus Pandemic Impact Mobile Tower Crane Market Growth rate 2020-26  Cole of Duty

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  • June 8 @ 5:52 pm

Coronavirus: Three Additional Residents Die in Crane – San Angelo LIVE!

Coronavirus: Three Additional Residents Die in Crane  San Angelo LIVE!

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  • June 3 @ 10:59 am

Global trade impact of the Coronavirus Harvester Crane Market Size of Dynamics, Products, Application, Forecast Rep

Global trade impact of the Coronavirus Harvester Crane Market Size of Dynamics, Products, Application, Forecast Report 2019-2028  3rd Watch News

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  • June 2 @ 5:24 pm

Crane School District nutrition services employee tests positive for coronavirus – KYMA

Crane School District nutrition services employee tests positive for coronavirus  KYMA

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  • June 2 @ 11:12 am

How Coronavirus Pandemic Will Impact Loader Crane Market Condition 2025: Key Players, Trends, Drivers, Challenges &

How Coronavirus Pandemic Will Impact Loader Crane Market Condition 2025: Key Players, Trends, Drivers, Challenges & Forecast  News Distinct

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  • June 1 @ 7:20 pm

Addressing the potential impact of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on Arcade Crane Machines Market Growth Analysis 2

Addressing the potential impact of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on Arcade Crane Machines Market Growth Analysis 2019-2025  3rd Watch News

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  • May 25 @ 8:26 pm

Latest News 2020: Tower Crane Rental Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis

Latest News 2020: Tower Crane Rental Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis | Top Players: Bigge Crane and Rigging, Action Construction Equipment, Titan Cranes & Rigging, Leavitt Cranes, Zoomlion ElectroMech India, etc  Cole of Duty

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  • May 22 @ 11:20 am

Coronavirus case reported at Crane nursing home – CBS7 News

Coronavirus case reported at Crane nursing home  CBS7 News

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  • May 19 @ 6:43 pm

Crane Watch development construction map shows activity persisting through Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic – Ne

Crane Watch development construction map shows activity persisting through Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic  New York Business Journal

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  • May 18 @ 2:30 pm

Uplifting idea | Crane operator reunites families in coronavirus crisis – Texarkana Gazette

Uplifting idea | Crane operator reunites families in coronavirus crisis  Texarkana Gazette

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  • May 15 @ 4:16 pm

Latest News 2020: Portal Crane Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis | Top

Latest News 2020: Portal Crane Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis | Top Players: Enerpac, Manitowoc, Zmpc, Longhui Group, Demag, etc. | InForGrowth  News Distinct

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  • May 14 @ 4:00 am

Latest News 2020: Double Beam Bridge Crane Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Ana

Latest News 2020: Double Beam Bridge Crane Market by Coronavirus-COVID19 Impact Analysis With Top Manufacturers Analysis | Top Players: Enerpac, Manitowoc, Zmpc, Longhui Group, Demag, etc. | InForGrowth  Jewish Life News

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  • May 14 @ 2:51 am

As coronavirus pandemic continues, so does Phase 2 construction at Ballpark Village – KTVI Fox 2 St. Louis

As coronavirus pandemic continues, so does Phase 2 construction at Ballpark Village  KTVI Fox 2 St. Louis

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  • May 11 @ 5:56 pm

Crane: Most Concord residents adhering to coronavirus guidelines – Wicked Local

Crane: Most Concord residents adhering to coronavirus guidelines  Wicked Local

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  • May 6 @ 8:09 am

Crane owners seek liquidity support under MSME package amid coronavirus lockdown – Deccan Herald

Crane owners seek liquidity support under MSME package amid coronavirus lockdown  Deccan Herald

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  • May 3 @ 12:00 pm

Assessing the Fallout From the Coronavirus Pandemic – Loader Crane Market Size, Share, Driving Factors, Sales and

Assessing the Fallout From the Coronavirus Pandemic – Loader Crane Market Size, Share, Driving Factors, Sales and Revenue Forecast to 2027  Jewish Life News

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  • May 2 @ 11:15 pm

LA’s street vendors rolling May Day caravans to City Hall to demand relief amid coronavirus crisis – LA Dai

LA’s street vendors rolling May Day caravans to City Hall to demand relief amid coronavirus crisis  LA Daily News

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  • May 1 @ 11:03 am

Family-run Jersey Shore motel closing this summer to protect guests from coronavirus – NJ.com

Family-run Jersey Shore motel closing this summer to protect guests from coronavirus  NJ.com

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  • April 26 @ 1:10 pm

Chicago Cubs’ Crane Kenney: Coronavirus will dictate season – Chicago Tribune

Chicago Cubs’ Crane Kenney: Coronavirus will dictate season  Chicago Tribune

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  • April 23 @ 7:28 pm

Police and fire crews honor front-line coronavirus medical teams in Burbank – LA Daily News

Police and fire crews honor front-line coronavirus medical teams in Burbank  LA Daily News

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  • April 15 @ 4:54 pm

More Coronavirus Deaths Reported At West Caldwell Retirement Home – Caldwells, NJ Patch

More Coronavirus Deaths Reported At West Caldwell Retirement Home  Caldwells, NJ Patch

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  • April 15 @ 12:01 pm

Connecticut tree service hangs giant US flag, ‘Thank You’ sign at hospitals during coronavirus fight &#

Connecticut tree service hangs giant US flag, ‘Thank You’ sign at hospitals during coronavirus fight  Fox News

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  • April 9 @ 5:32 pm

Informed by its latest Crane Index, Rider Levett Bucknall anticipates the effect of coronavirus on the construction

Informed by its latest Crane Index, Rider Levett Bucknall anticipates the effect of coronavirus on the construction industry  Building Design + Construction

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  • April 2 @ 7:39 am

Concern grows as coronavirus invades SoFi Stadium construction – Los Angeles Times

Concern grows as coronavirus invades SoFi Stadium construction  Los Angeles Times

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  • March 31 @ 2:19 am
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Heavy Lift

Coronavirus hits Hiab sales

Hiab, the knuckleboom and load handling subsidiary of Cargotec, has reported sales revenue of €302m for the first quarter of the year, down 5% compared to the same period in 2019.

  • Cranes Today Magazine
  • April 29 @ 1:06 am

These are the workers the U.S. government deems ‘essential’ amid the coronavirus pandemic

1. Health care and public health workers Hospital and laboratory personnel, caregivers, mental health workers, doctors, nurses, researchers, pharmacists, dentists, social workers, technicians, as well…

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  • April 1 @ 7:00 pm

LIVE: Coronavirus Affects Many Crane Industry Events

March 18, 2020: The coronavirus is affecting the world in massive ways. Forcing business shutdowns, construction stoppages, and event cancellations, the pandemic is sending waves throughout the entire construction industry. Crane Hot Line has been fo…

  • Crane Hotline
  • April 1 @ 12:00 am

Liebherr statement on Coronavirus

Crane and construction equipment manufacturer Liebherr has issued a statement in response to the impact of the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic worldwide.

  • Am. Crane & Transport
  • March 30 @ 8:20 am

ConExpo 2020 to continues amidst Coronavirus outbreak

Conexpo is the largest construction show to be held in 2020 – it is expected to attract a global audience of approximately 120,000 people. It…

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  • February 26 @ 7:00 pm
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Oil & Gas

Oil falls on coronavirus fears, strong dollar

Oil prices fell on Monday as a stronger dollar, fears over soaring COVID-19 cases around the world and the slow pace of vaccination against the virus outweighed a better-than-expected quarterly rebound for China’s economy.

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  • January 18 @ 11:33 am

U.S. natgas output, demand to fall in 2020 from peaks due to coronavirus

U.S. natural gas production and demand will drop in 2020 from record highs last year as coronavirus lockdowns cut economic activity and energy prices.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • October 6 @ 2:09 pm

Oil falls on coronavirus demand concerns, weak U.S. jobs numbers

Oil prices fell 2% on Thursday as investors worried the U.S. Congress may not agree on a stimulus package and as jobless numbers rose, while analysts prepared to cut energy demand forecasts as the number of coronavirus cases surges higher.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • July 23 @ 3:37 pm

Coronavirus bringing record $1 trillion of new global corporate debt in 2020

Companies around the world will take on as much as $1 trillion of new debt in 2020, as they try to shore up their finances against the coronavirus, a new study of 900 top firms has estimated.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • July 13 @ 11:41 am

Coronavirus ‘collateral damage’ hits U.S. rural power providers

When the coronavirus pandemic left Ron Mueller without a market for the 3,200 piglets his hog breeding operation cranks out weekly and facing huge bills, his local electricity provider offered to cut the Illinois farmer some slack.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • July 8 @ 1:08 pm

Oil rises as economic data overshadows coronavirus worries

Oil prices edged higher on Tuesday as the U.S. government forecast higher fuel demand and lower production, overshadowing concerns that a surge in new coronavirus cases will hamper a demand recovery.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • July 7 @ 1:07 pm

Coronavirus pain drives Big Oil’s dash for record debt

The world’s top oil and gas companies locked in cheap borrowing rates to raise a record amount of debt in the second quarter of 2020 and boost cash reserves as a buffer against a collapse in revenues because of COVID-19.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • July 7 @ 12:51 pm

U.S. crude drops as coronavirus cases spike globally

Oil prices fell on Monday as new coronavirus infections hit the United States and China, feeding worries that renewed lockdowns could hamper economic recovery and dent fuel demand.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • June 15 @ 11:57 am

Oil heads for weekly loss on coronavirus resurgence fears

Oil was little changed on Friday and headed for a first weekly fall since April as new U.S. coronavirus cases spiked, raising the prospect of a second wave of the virus hitting demand.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • June 12 @ 12:01 pm

Oil drops more than 6% as fears over second wave of coronavirus cases hit the market

Oil prices dropped more than 7% on Thursday amid a broader market sell-off as fears over a second wave of coronavirus cases led to investors shedding assets.

  • CNBC
  • June 11 @ 9:40 am
  • CNBC
  • June 11 @ 9:40 am

Oil drops more than 7% as fears over second wave of coronavirus cases hit the market

Oil prices dropped more than 7% on Thursday amid a broader market sell-off as fears over a second wave of coronavirus cases led to investors shedding assets.

  • CNBC
  • June 11 @ 9:40 am
  • CNBC
  • June 11 @ 9:40 am

Oil drops more than 8% as fears over second wave of coronavirus cases hit the market

Oil prices dropped more than 8% on Thursday amid a broader market sell-off as fears over a second wave of coronavirus cases led to investors shedding assets.

  • CNBC
  • June 11 @ 9:40 am
  • CNBC
  • June 11 @ 9:40 am

Oil drops more than 10% as fears over second wave of coronavirus cases hit the market

Oil prices dropped more than 10% on Thursday amid a broader market sell-off as fears over a second wave of coronavirus cases led to investors shedding assets.

  • CNBC
  • June 11 @ 9:40 am
  • CNBC
  • June 11 @ 9:40 am

U.S. natgas output, demand to fall in 2020, 2021 due to coronavirus

U.S. natural gas production and demand will drop in 2020 and 2021 from last year’s record highs as government measures to slow the spread of coronavirus cut economic activity and energy prices.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • June 10 @ 10:59 am

WoodMac: US energy storage market sees strong first quarter despite coronavirus

The United States energy storage sector saw a strong first quarter, with residential storage setting another record while the non-residential market had its third-strongest quarter on record.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • June 2 @ 10:29 am

Shell reduces offshore staffing after coronavirus outbreak in Gulf of Mexico

European oil major Royal Dutch Shell is reducing levels aboard offshore rigs following an outbreak of the coronavirus at one of its platforms in the Gulf of Mexico.

  • HOU. CHRONICLE
  • May 27 @ 6:40 pm

5 offshore Shell workers test postive for coronavirus, airlifted for treatment

Seven of the nine workers have been airlifted to hospitals on shore; the other two will be transported later Thursday, the report said.

  • HOU. CHRONICLE
  • May 27 @ 4:05 pm

Shell evacuates nine workers for coronavirus testing and treatment in Gulf

Shell Oil, the U.S. subsidiary of the international energy company Royal Dutch Shell, has evacuated nine workers from a company platform in the Gulf of Mexico for testing and treatment of COVID-19.

  • HOU. CHRONICLE
  • May 27 @ 4:05 pm

Shell evacuates workers after coronavirus outbreak on Gulf rig

Shell says it now tests all offshore workers before they’re flown to rigs.

  • HOU. CHRONICLE
  • May 27 @ 4:05 pm

IEA says coronavirus has set in motion the largest drop of global energy investment in history

The IEA warned the economic impact of the health crisis could have "serious" implications for energy security and clean energy transitions.

  • CNBC
  • May 26 @ 11:00 pm
  • CNBC
  • May 26 @ 11:00 pm

U.S. oil production will not return to pre-coronavirus levels until next year

U.S. oil production is expected to bottom out in June and not recover to pre-coronvarius pandemic levels until late 2021, a new report from the Norwegian energy research firm Rystad Energy shows.

  • HOU. CHRONICLE
  • May 26 @ 12:40 pm

EQT cuts U.S. production as coronavirus depresses natgas prices

EQT Corp, the biggest U.S. natural gas producer, said on Tuesday it started to reduce gas output in Pennsylvania and Ohio on May 16 as demand destruction from the coronavirus cut current prices for the fuel.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • May 20 @ 9:56 am

Coronavirus widens climate rift between European and U.S. oil majors

Global oil majors have all cut capital spending sharply as worldwide stay-at-home orders triggered by the coronavirus outbreak slammed fuel demand and sent oil prices to record lows.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • May 18 @ 12:02 pm

JC Penney could join a growing list of bankruptcies during the coronavirus pandemic

The economic uncertainty driven by the Covid-19 pandemic has pushed struggling companies over the edge into bankruptcy proceedings.

  • CNBC
  • May 15 @ 1:29 pm
  • CNBC
  • May 15 @ 1:29 pm

A resurgence of coronavirus cases will have ‘major consequences’ for the oil market, IEA warns

It comes after what the IEA Executive Director Fatih Birol described as "Black April."

  • CNBC
  • May 14 @ 3:00 am
  • CNBC
  • May 14 @ 3:00 am

Goldman Sachs’ Jeff Currie warns jet fuel demand may never fully recover from the coronavirus crisis

A global public health crisis has led to an extreme demand shock in energy markets, with world travel brought close to a standstill.

  • CNBC
  • May 11 @ 3:16 am
  • CNBC
  • May 11 @ 3:16 am

Plains takes $3.2 billion charge as oil prices slump due to coronavirus

Plains All American Pipeline LP on Tuesday reported a net loss of $2.8 billion in the first quarter, including about $3.2 billion of charges due to the collapse in oil prices as the coronavirus pandemic erodes demand, adding to a market glut.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • May 6 @ 4:54 am

Coronavirus pushes oil majors to biggest output cuts in 17 years

Oil and gas output from some of the world’s top oil companies is set to drop by nearly 11% in the second quarter of 2020 to levels not seen in at least 17 years, according to Reuters calculations.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • May 5 @ 8:27 am

‘Like watching a train wreck’: The coronavirus effect on North Dakota shale oilfields

Oil executive Bill Kent was with fellow managers in the Colorado board room of Resource Energy headquarters on April 20 when benchmark U.S. crude prices collapsed to minus $37 a barrel.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • May 4 @ 6:34 am

Energy demand set to fall the most on record this year amid coronavirus pandemic, IEA says

A new report from the International Energy Agency forecasts a 6% drop in global energy demand for 2020, the largest ever in absolute terms.

  • CNBC
  • April 29 @ 11:03 pm
  • CNBC
  • April 29 @ 11:03 pm

Energy demand, hit by coronavirus crisis, is set to see record drop this year, IEA says

A new report from the International Energy Agency forecasts a 6% drop in global energy demand for 2020, the largest ever in absolute terms.

  • CNBC
  • April 29 @ 11:03 pm
  • CNBC
  • April 29 @ 11:03 pm

BP hikes debt, keeps dividend as coronavirus hammers profits

BP’s first-quarter profit tumbled by two thirds and its debt climbed to its highest on record as the coronavirus crisis hammered oil demand, but the energy major kept its dividend despite warning of exceptional uncertainty.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • April 28 @ 5:27 am

One of UK’s richest businessmen says he expects oil at $40-$50 once the coronavirus crisis is over

Gopichand Hinduja told CNBC that oil prices are expected to remain low because the consumption demand is not there.

  • CNBC
  • April 28 @ 2:49 am
  • CNBC
  • April 28 @ 2:49 am

Exxon Equatorial Guinea offshore workers test positive for coronavirus

Thirty workers at an ExxonMobil-operated offshore oil platform in Equatorial Guinea have tested positive for the new coronavirus.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • April 27 @ 7:21 am

Oklahoma asks Trump to declare coronavirus an ‘act of God’ to help oil producers

Oklahoma’s governor has called on U.S. President Donald Trump to declare the coronavirus pandemic an “act of God.”

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • April 27 @ 5:37 am

Oil heads for another weekly slide after coronavirus turmoil

Oil prices rose on Friday, but were on course for their third straight weekly loss as production shutdowns failed to keep pace with the collapse in demand caused by the coronavirus crisis.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • April 24 @ 5:56 am

Coronavirus harms the oil market more than OPEC friction, oil commodities expert says

"I would say that … 15% of this is Saudi Arabia and Russia and 85% of it is Covid," RBN Energy CEO Rusty Braziel said of the state of the oil market.

  • CNBC
  • April 20 @ 8:08 pm
  • CNBC
  • April 20 @ 8:08 pm

Coronavirus spurs new clash between Big Oil and Big Corn over U.S. biofuels

A fuel demand meltdown caused by the coronavirus outbreak in the United States has started up a new fight between the oil and agriculture industries over the nation’s biofuel policy,

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • April 20 @ 3:32 am

U.S. natural gas slips as exports decline, coronavirus demand destruction worries

U.S. natural gas futures slipped for a fifth day in a row on Wednesday as pipeline and liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports declined and on long-term forecasts government steps to slow the spread of coronavirus will cut demand in coming months.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • April 15 @ 6:34 am

IMF warns ‘vulnerabilities high’ in the Middle East hit with dual shock of coronavirus and oil plunge

The IMF expects the MENA region to contract by 3.3% in 2020, compared to last year's projected growth of 0.3%.

  • CNBC
  • April 15 @ 5:30 am
  • CNBC
  • April 15 @ 5:30 am

Coronavirus crisis will erase nearly a decade of oil demand growth this year, IEA says

The International Energy Agency said Wednesday it expects the coronavirus crisis to erase almost a decade of oil demand growth in 2020.

  • CNBC
  • April 15 @ 3:00 am
  • CNBC
  • April 15 @ 3:00 am

OPEC, Russia approve biggest-ever oil cut to support prices amid coronavirus pandemic

OPEC and allies led by Russia agreed on Sunday to a record cut in output to prop up oil prices amid the coronavirus pandemic in an unprecedented deal with fellow oil nations, including the United States, that could curb global oil supply by 20%.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • April 13 @ 4:29 am

OPEC and allies to decide on historic oil production cut as coronavirus ravages demand

A simmering feud between Saudi Arabia and Russia is thought to be one of many possible complications to an unprecedented production cut.

  • CNBC
  • April 9 @ 4:49 am
  • CNBC
  • April 9 @ 4:49 am

WoodMac: Coronavirus and the petrochemicals industry

For the petrochemicals industry, the landscape is shifting at an alarming pace. Only one thing seems certain: the coming decade will be shaped by this crisis.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • April 3 @ 4:05 am

OTC cancels Houston conference as coronavirus pandemic worsens

Organizers of the Offshore Technology Conference, the largest oil and gas industry conference in the world, have canceled this year’s Houston event as the coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen in the United States and elsewhere around the globe.

  • HOU. CHRONICLE
  • April 2 @ 11:23 am

GlobalData: Coronavirus outbreak to hamper oil and gas projects in emerging economies

One of the immediate effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on the oil and gas industry has been a global glut of crude oil supply amid already weak demand, resulting in a significant drop in oil prices.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • April 2 @ 6:10 am

Several BP offshore workers test positive for coronavirus

British oil major BP is adjusting the company’s offshore procedures after several workers who had previously been aboard a production platform in the Gulf of Mexico tested positive for the coronavirus.

  • HOU. CHRONICLE
  • March 31 @ 9:41 am

Oil prices just had their worst ever quarter as coronavirus slashes demand

Oil prices registered their worst quarterly performance on record over the first three months of the year.

  • CNBC
  • March 31 @ 3:21 am
  • CNBC
  • March 31 @ 3:21 am

Oil prices fall to 17-year low as Saudi Arabia-Russia standoff continues, coronavirus hits demand

Oil prices fell to the lowest in more than 17 years as demand plunged as a result of the pandemic, and an unrelenting price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia showed no signs of easing.

  • CNBC
  • March 30 @ 12:21 am
  • CNBC
  • March 30 @ 12:21 am

Cramer sees oil plummeting below $20 per barrel on dual coronavirus-price war crises

"It's the wildcard. It's the thing that no one seems to be able to stop. And it's deflationary not at a time we want to see deflation," Cramer said.

  • CNBC
  • March 27 @ 10:22 am
  • CNBC
  • March 27 @ 10:22 am

Global oil refiners to deepen output cuts as coronavirus destroys demand

Oil refiners from Texas to Thailand are bracing for deeper output cuts, bruised by an unprecedented demand shock as more countries lock down and restrict travel to contain the spread of the coronavirus.

  • BIC MAGAZINE
  • March 26 @ 7:01 am

Neptune Stops Gjøa Platform Flights on Coronavirus Suspicion (Thursday, 12 March 2020)

Neptune Energy has reportedly halted all helicopter traffic to and from the Gjøa platform in the North Sea, off Norway, on suspicions that a crewmember aboard has contracted coronavirus. According to a report by NRK on Friday, a female offshore worker on the platform has been quarantined after being in contact with a person onshore, […]

  • OG PEOPLE
  • March 12 @ 9:00 am

Offshore Oil Rig Infection Exposes Coronavirus Dangers (Thursday, 12 March 2020)

Equinor reported the oil industry’s first coronavirus infection on an offshore installationon Wednesday, highlighting the challenge in preventing contamination for thousands of workers living in the close quarters on rigs and platforms. A worker was in isolation on the Norwegian energy firm’s Martin Linge oil and gas platform off Norway where production is due to […]

  • OG PEOPLE
  • March 11 @ 7:00 pm

Travel restrictions, crew screenings – Service Companies Ramp Up Coronavirus Responses (Wednesday, 11 March 2020)

As coronavirus cases multiply worldwide, oilfield service companies are stepping up their internal safeguards to protect the health of employees and contractors onshore and offshore. Defending employees from exposure to the coronavirus in the close confines of an offshore vessel presents its own set of challenges. Subsea engineering and service provider Oceaneering has implemented a […]

  • OG PEOPLE
  • March 11 @ 3:00 am
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Construction

Monzer Hourani: Shepherded Filter That Zaps Coronavirus from Brainstorm to Deployment

Filter that zaps the coronavirus and other airborne pathogens goes from brainstorm to deployment in warp speed

  • ENR
  • January 20 @ 2:40 pm
  • ENR
  • January 20 @ 2:40 pm

How the Coronavirus Is Bringing the Future, Faster

One of the clear impacts of the coronavirus pandemic is the acceleration of a host of innovations that were already underway within the construction industry and our association.

  • CONSTRUCTOR MAGAZINE
  • November 30 @ 5:04 pm

AGC Says 78% of Contractors Had Project Cancelled or Postponed Due to Coronavirus

The construction group analysis says firms are experiencing widespread project deferrals and halts, along with work disruptions and few new awards, as pandemic economic damage drags down industry employment in metro areas.

  • ENR
  • October 28 @ 7:57 pm
  • ENR
  • October 28 @ 7:57 pm

AGC:78% of Contractors Had Project Cancelled or Postponed Due to Coronavirus

Group survey reports widespread project deferrals, halts and disruptions and few new awards, as pandemic economic damage drags down industry employment in metro areas.

  • ENR
  • October 28 @ 7:57 pm
  • ENR
  • October 28 @ 7:57 pm

AGC Says 75% of Contractors Had Project Canceled or Postponed Due to Coronavirus

Group survey reports widespread project deferrals, halts and disruptions and few new awards, as pandemic economic damage drags down industry employment in metro areas.

  • ENR
  • October 28 @ 7:57 pm
  • ENR
  • October 28 @ 7:57 pm

AGC Says 78% of Contractors Had Project Canceled or Postponed Due to Coronavirus

Group survey reports widespread project deferrals, halts and disruptions and few new awards, as pandemic economic damage drags down industry employment in metro areas.

  • ENR
  • October 28 @ 7:57 pm
  • ENR
  • October 28 @ 7:57 pm

We Need to Stay Focused on Protecting Workers from the Coronavirus

As I write this column, coronavirus case numbers continue to spike in many parts of the country.

  • CONSTRUCTOR MAGAZINE
  • September 11 @ 3:27 pm

Coronavirus Has Forced Layoffs and Project Delays, Yet Craft Workers are Still in Short Supply

Sixty percent of contractors report future projects have been delayed or canceled, but 52% still struggle to find craft workers amid worker fear of COVID-19 and unemployment supplement loss.

  • ENR
  • September 2 @ 9:50 pm
  • ENR
  • September 2 @ 9:50 pm

Wastewater Utilities Help Track Spread of Coronavirus

Utilities and scientists around the world are using advances in epidemiological technology specific to wastewater to measure virus genetics and active form, says one industry expert in Michigan.

  • ENR
  • May 21 @ 9:02 am
  • ENR
  • May 21 @ 9:02 am

Wastewater Utilities Helping Track Spread of Coronavirus

Wastewater utilities and scientists around the world are using advances in epidemiological technology specific to wastewater to track the coronavirus, says John Norton, director of energy, research and innovation at the Great Lakes Water Authority near Detroit.

  • ENR
  • May 21 @ 9:02 am
  • ENR
  • May 21 @ 9:02 am

OSHA issues coronavirus guidance

New interim enforcement response plan offers intructions and procedures

  • KHL
  • April 17 @ 10:53 am
  • KHL
  • April 17 @ 10:53 am

Six Steps Construction Companies Can Take to Ride Out the Coronavirus Shock

As with many business sectors, the construction industry today feels very different than just a month ago.

  • CONSTRUCTOR MAGAZINE
  • April 15 @ 5:32 pm

Contractors Converting Convention Centers Into Coronavirus Hospitals

The coronavirus pandemic is putting a strain on the nation’s healthcare system as hospitals try and keep pace with the growing number of confirmed cases of COVID-19. In order to treat the growing number of coronavirus patients, states and healthcare providers are looking for ways to add more hospitals beds in some unconventional ways. Everything […]

  • ConstructConnect
  • April 14 @ 7:00 pm

Latest Updates On The Coronavirus Pandemic

ENR tracks new industry impacts as COVID-19 forces project closures and interrupts global business.

  • ENR
  • April 8 @ 2:35 pm
  • ENR
  • April 8 @ 2:35 pm

Latest Midwest Updates on the Coronavirus Pandemic

All of ENR Midwest's coverage of how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the regional construction industry.

  • ENR
  • April 8 @ 12:31 am
  • ENR
  • April 8 @ 12:31 am

Coronavirus Pandemic Coverage Archive

ENR's past coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the industry, dating back to the beginning of 2020.

  • ENR
  • April 6 @ 1:41 pm
  • ENR
  • April 6 @ 1:41 pm

Coronavirus affects industry in Brazil and Colombia

Major equipment manufacturers have ceased production while thousands of jobsites are shut down

  • KHL
  • April 6 @ 11:45 am
  • KHL
  • April 6 @ 11:45 am

State-by-State Coronavirus Construction Status Updates

Up-to-date status of shelter-in-place orders and construction status, sorted by state.

  • ENR
  • April 6 @ 5:30 am
  • ENR
  • April 6 @ 5:30 am

Latest California & Hawaii Updates on the Coronavirus Pandemic

ENR CA updates the latest developments in the response to COVID-19 in California and Hawaii.

  • ENR
  • April 3 @ 2:54 pm
  • ENR
  • April 3 @ 2:54 pm

Construction Worker-Tracking Tech Finds New Jobsite Uses in Coronavirus Pandemic

The Spot-R clip-on tag was designed to keep workers safe by monitoring for sudden falls, but working on site in a virus pandemic has seen it used for more creative applications.

  • ENR
  • March 26 @ 6:04 pm
  • ENR
  • March 26 @ 6:04 pm
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Real Estate

Rental fraud warnings jump 30% due to coronavirus pandemic

A sharp increase in the use of online rental applications since the start of the coronavirus pandemic has caused a consequent jump in red flags for fraud.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 10 @ 12:59 pm

Housing stocks see split reaction on coronavirus vaccine news, as mortgage rates jump

Homebuilder stocks are taking a hit on Pfizer’s promising coronavirus vaccine news, while apartment REITs are finally crawling out of the basement.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 9 @ 11:54 am

Swing states with the highest and lowest coronavirus mortgage bailouts

Some battleground states are seeing a higher share of mortgage borrowers in bailout trouble, likely due to higher levels of Covid-related unemployment.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • November 3 @ 2:19 pm

Make these money moves during the coronavirus pandemic, says NFL linebacker Brandon Copeland

New England Patriots player Brandon Copeland has teamed up with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to shed light on resources available to Americans during the Covid-19 crisis.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 20 @ 6:00 am

Bringing the outside into the office: Coronavirus bolsters push towards healthier building design

The coronavirus pandemic has bolstered corporate interest in redesigning work space to simulate nature, have better air filtration systems and use more sustainable materials, according to some office designers.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 17 @ 9:00 am

Coronavirus mortgage bailouts fall below 3 million for the first time since April

The number of mortgages in active pandemic-related bailouts plunged as the first wave of forbearance plans hit the end of their six-month term.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 9 @ 8:39 am

Number of mortgages in coronavirus bailout program jumps 21,000 after declining for six straight weeks

As of Tuesday, roughly 3.6 million homeowners remain in pandemic-related forbearance plans, according to Black Knight, a mortgage technology and analytics firm.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • October 2 @ 6:36 am

Coronavirus pandemic fuels affordability crisis for homebuyers

Fierce competition for a limited supply of homes for sale has caused a surge in prices. Now, potential buyers are facing a national affordability crisis.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 24 @ 6:00 am

Coronavirus mortgage bailouts drop 0.7%, the smallest drop in four weeks

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest numbers out of the coronavirus mortgage bailout program.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 18 @ 6:58 am

Borrowers extend coronavirus mortgage bailouts as foreclosure risk rises

After dropping by nearly 150,000 last week, the total number of mortgages in active forbearance plans fell by only 66,000 this week, according to Black Knight. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 11 @ 6:37 am

Coronavirus mortgage bailouts improve slightly, but nearly 3 million borrowers still aren’t recovering

After holding flat for a couple of weeks, the number of borrowers in government and private sector coronavirus-related mortgage bailout programs saw a much bigger improvement than expected.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • September 4 @ 8:47 am

Improvement in coronavirus mortgage bailout stalls, as more borrowers struggle to make payments

After improving markedly in July, the number of borrowers struggling to make their monthly mortgage payments has essentially flatlined and now threatens to move higher.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • August 28 @ 8:01 am

New York City may take a decade to recover from coronavirus pandemic, says developer Don Peebles

“I think New York will ultimately come back. It’ll come back differently. It’ll be a different place, and it will be much more affordable,” real estate developer Don Peebles told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • August 21 @ 4:55 pm

Coronavirus sparks huge demand for clean home technology innovations

The coronavirus pandemic has heightened concerns about air quality and safety of indoor spaces, including the homes we live in. New cleaning technology is being rapidly added to houses across the country.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • August 12 @ 10:16 am

Hong Kong’s MTR to delay new mall opening amid new coronavirus wave, CEO says

Lohas Mall’s phase one opening in Hong Kong will be postponed to a “better time” given current movement restrictions during the pandemic, says Mass Transit Railway Corporation CEO Jacob Kam.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • August 6 @ 11:24 pm

Redfin CEO on homebuying demand amid coronavirus pandemic

Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss the online real estate brokerage’s business amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 31 @ 2:29 pm

China’s luxury retail sector is booming even amid the coronavirus outbreak: Hang Lung Properties

The luxury retail market in mainland China has been “very, very strong” from April to July and is likely to hold up well for the rest of the year as long as there is no strong resurgence of the coronavirus, says Ronnie Chan, chairman of Hang Lung Group and its subsidiary Hang Lung Properties.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 30 @ 10:46 pm

How commercial real estate companies are faring during the coronavirus pandemic

Alexandria Real Estate Equities is a commercial real estate company that focuses on biotech and pharmaceutical companies. Joel Marcus, Alexandria executive chariman and founder, joins ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss how the company has been able to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 30 @ 1:59 pm

‘Mr. Wonderful’ Kevin O’Leary: Some of my ‘Shark Tank’ firms may fail but DC must end

“Why do I want to pour government money, my money as a taxpayer, into businesses that are not going to survive?” said “Shark Tank” investor Kevin O’Leary.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 21 @ 8:37 am

Coronavirus pandemic cuts rent growth to a decade low

Back in February, just before the coronavirus hit the U.S. economy with a vengeance, rent growth for single-family homes had hit its highest pace in four years. Barely three months later, that growth plummeted to a decade low.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 21 @ 8:19 am

Credit complaints to federal consumer agency have spiked during coronavirus pandemic

An analysis of complaints in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s public database have surged since the pandemic began walloping the U.S. economy and households in March.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 20 @ 2:34 pm

China’s property market is rebounding from the coronavirus crisis, but some warn it may overheat

Housing sales in the country plummeted at the outset of the pandemic as China’s economy shut down. But official data pointed to a recovery in transactions as the country reopened.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 19 @ 8:12 pm

Homebuilder sentiment jumps back to pre-coronavirus pandemic high

To find a V-shaped recovery from the economic wreckage of the coronavirus pandemic, look to the nation’s single-family homebuilders.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 16 @ 9:14 am

Coronavirus mortgage bailout sees biggest one-week decline, but more borrowers are extending terms

The number of homeowners in government and private sector mortgage bailout plans declined for the second straight week, as borrowers who got in earliest saw their plans expire.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 10 @ 6:00 am

Home sales are ‘strongest’ in Texas, Arizona and other coronavirus hot spots, Taylor Morrison CEO says

Taylor Morrison saw home sales almost double in June from a year ago. The strong showing was aided by the company’s new virtual appointment system amid the pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 8 @ 6:10 pm

Coronavirus mortgage bailouts see largest one-week drop

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest regarding the coronavirus mortgage bailout numbers.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 6 @ 9:09 am

Here are five charts tracking the U.S. economy amid the coronavirus pandemic

The United States has reported record increases in coronavirus cases with spikes seen in states well underway in their reopening progress.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 5 @ 8:15 am

Loans in coronavirus mortgage bailouts see largest weekly decline yet — but there are more red flags

The number of borrowers in government and private sector coronavirus-related mortgage bailouts just fell by the largest weekly volume since these plans were put in place. There are, however, warning signs that the programs could swell again.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • July 3 @ 6:01 am

Home prices heated up in April, despite brief sales drop from coronavirus, S&P Case-Shiller says

Home prices continued to strengthen in April, despite a national economic shutdown and a sharp drop in home sales due to the coronavirus.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 30 @ 8:15 am

Here are five charts illustrating the U.S. economic recovery amid the coronavirus pandemic

Though states are reporting new surges in Covid-19 cases, pausing reopening measures and even re-instituting business restrictions, specific economic sectors have continued to see improvement.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 28 @ 7:45 am

Coronavirus mortgage bailouts suddenly swell as homeowners face new struggles

After declining for three weeks, the number of borrowers delaying their monthly mortgage payments due to the coronavirus rose sharply.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 26 @ 6:00 am

Here are five charts that track how the U.S. economy is recovering from coronavirus

With states continuing to lift coronavirus restrictions, people across the U.S. have felt more comfortable traveling, taking transit, eating out and even moving to a new home.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 21 @ 7:58 am

Major real estate firms step up to save Black and Hispanic internships that coronavirus wiped out

For the past few weeks, Cedric Bobo, a former investment executive with the Carlyle Group, has spent the better part of his days on video calls, welcoming mostly Black and Hispanic students to paid summer internship programs.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 19 @ 10:23 am

Coronavirus mortgage bailout shrinks further, but bank-held loans are faring worse

The numbers of borrower seeking relief on their mortgage payments has fallen for the third straight week, as more Americans go back to work and cities reopens.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 19 @ 6:00 am

Backyard office spaces gaining popularity after coronavirus pandemic

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the rising interest in remodeling homes.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 18 @ 3:11 pm

The flight to the suburbs is real and growing, as coronavirus changes the way people live

If millennials once piled into the cities, fueling downtown renewal and growth, apparently they are now piling out. The stay-at-home orders brought on by coronavirus have more potential homebuyers looking for properties in the suburbs. Millennials are now the largest cohort of buyers.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 18 @ 12:16 pm

Opinion: A tax credit for home improvements is vital in the coronavirus era

Congress has an opportunity to recognize the unique importance of the home in American life, boost the economy, and help families rebuild their wealth by providing a tax credit to make home improvements more affordable.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 18 @ 6:51 am

Don’t think the coronavirus crisis will spark exodus out of London, Taylor Wimpey CEO says

Taylor Wimpey CEO Peter Redfern discusses the company’s £500 million ($626 million) fundraising initiative for land purchases, and talks about the outlook for the propetry market.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 18 @ 4:17 am

Homebuilder sentiment posts biggest monthly surge ever, a sign housing is rebounding from coronavirus

Builder sentiment jumped a striking 21 points in June to 58, the largest one-month increase ever, on the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 16 @ 9:00 am

Coronavirus mortgage bailout shrinks for the second straight week

The number of borrowers in coronavirus-related mortgage relief programs fell for the second straight week, as cities began to reopen and some Americans went back to work.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 12 @ 6:00 am

Mortgage rates set new record low, falling below 3% as concerns rise about coronavirus second wave

Barely a week ago it looked like mortgage rates were finally breaking higher, but in a sudden reversal, they just set a new record low.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 11 @ 10:54 am

The recovery from the coronavirus sure looks V-shaped, going by these charts

A better-than-expected jobs report is the latest data point that shows a possible quick recovery for the U.S. economy.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 5 @ 10:12 am

Coronavirus-fueled wave of foreclosures is unlikely, says Mortgage Bankers Association CEO

Bob Broeksmit, CEO of the Mortgage Bankers Association, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss the state of the housing market amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 5 @ 7:48 am

Government’s mortgage bailout tally shrinks for the first time since the coronavirus hit

Fewer borrowers are now in mortgage relief programs that allow them to delay their monthly payments due to the coronavirus crisis. The mortgage market, however, is not out of the woods yet. Far from it.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 5 @ 6:00 am

Manhattan real estate deals plunge 84% in May amid coronavirus, protests

Real estate contracts for Manhattan apartments dropped by 84% in May and early data shows a flight to the suburbs.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • June 3 @ 10:18 am

Zillow CEO: ‘We’re not really seeing’ people bolt from cities to suburbs yet due to coronavirus

“What we’re seeing is lots more activity and a lot of dissatisfaction with where people are living right now,” Zillow CEO Richard Barton told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 29 @ 12:02 pm

Demand for mortgage bailout slows to a trickle despite continuing coronavirus fallout

Despite record-high unemployment and massive economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, fewer homeowners appear to be struggling to make their monthly mortgage payments now than at the start of the crisis.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 29 @ 8:54 am

Purchase mortgage applications rise to levels from before coronavirus pandemic

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on the latest housing market numbers.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 27 @ 12:24 pm

Home prices gained strength as coronavirus shut down economy in March, S&P Case-Shiller says

Home prices were still gaining steam in March, as the country began shutting down in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 26 @ 8:00 am

Coronavirus pandemic sparks real estate bidding wars

Real estate bidding wars are on the rise amid the pandemic due to the drop in the supply of houses available for sale.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 21 @ 6:00 am

Regulators ease restrictions on homeowners in coronavirus mortgage bailout program

More than 4 million homeowners have taken advantage of a government coronavirus relief program that allows them to delay their monthly mortgage payments, but lending rules in place before the pandemic caused confusion about how they could get future mortgages or refinance their loans.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 19 @ 1:00 pm

Coronavirus pandemic is threatening a key revenue source for New York City

New York City, America’s largest metro economy, relies on property taxes for its revenue. But with a lot of uncertainty around residential and commercial real estate that source of money could come under pressure. CNBC’s Robert Frank reports.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 19 @ 6:35 am

New York City rents likely to go lower due to coronavirus crisis, says real estate appraiser

Rental prices in New York City could be heading lower as landlords try to get prospective tenants to sign new leases, the CEO of real estate appraiser Miller Samuel told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 18 @ 11:21 am

For millions of Americans, the coronavirus pandemic will make retiring harder

The Great Recession made it harder for millions of Americans to retire. Why this labor economist says the coronavirus pandemic will be even worse.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 16 @ 9:18 am

How to sell your home in the age of coronavirus

Home sales are picking up as states reopen. Strategies like employing virtual technology, staging and moving out can help land a buyer in the age of social distancing.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 16 @ 9:00 am

Manhattan new rentals plunge 71% as coronavirus freezes the market

New leases for Manhattan apartments plunged by 71% in April, and vacancies soared as the rental market froze during the coronavirus pandemic and more residents left the city, according to a new report.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 15 @ 8:55 am

Coronavirus: Homeowners in mortgage forbearance rise, but pace slows

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest information on the number of mortgage loans in forbearance amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 15 @ 6:54 am

Companies can’t operate wholly remotely but may question how much space they need post-coronavirus, strategis

David Marchant, CIO of Canada Life Investments, discusses the commercial real estate sector.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 15 @ 4:57 am

Peter Thiel’s New Zealand estate lies neglected as coronavirus drives preppers into hiding

Billionaire Peter Thiel bought a 193-hectare plot in Wanaka on the South Island of New Zealand half a decade ago, but he is yet to build anything on it.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 15 @ 1:30 am

As millennials flee coronavirus-ridden cities, JP Morgan teams up with American Homes 4 Rent to build large suburba

In its first joint venture with JP Morgan Asset Management, one of the nation’s largest single-family landlords is building its own rental homes outside Las Vegas, banking on a new millennial push to the suburbs–a push now accelerating due to the coronavirus.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 14 @ 12:42 pm

Cramer: ‘I see tremendous, tremendous tall office buildings with nobody in them’ post-coronavirus

Employers and workers will be reluctant to fully return to offices during the coronavirus crisis, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said on “Squawk on the Street” on Tuesday.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 12 @ 9:44 am

Workplaces will not be the same again when employees return from coronavirus lockdowns

Workplace dynamics will likely be transformed by the time everyone returns to the office again after coronavirus lockdown measures are lifted or eased, experts said.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 11 @ 7:06 pm

How real estate agents plan to handle open houses amid coronavirus pandemic

CNBC’s Diana Olick breaks down how open house tours are starting back up amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 11 @ 1:16 pm

Seniors turn to reverse mortgages as a cash lifeline during the coronavirus crisis

More seniors turn to reverse mortgages as a cash lifeline during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 11 @ 9:08 am

UK house prices to fall on coronavirus, but analysts don’t expect a 2008-like collapse

U.K. house prices will fall “modestly” in the coming months, but are unlikely to drop as dramatically as in 2008, two analysts told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 11 @ 5:12 am

Hilton is in a good position to withstand the coronavirus: Macquarie

As the travel and tourism industry struggles with the fallout from the coronavirus, Chad Beynon of Macquarie explains why Hilton’s franchise business model makes it resilient in this challenging environment.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 8 @ 8:56 am

NYC real estate market under pressure as coronavirus pandemic halts sales

New York City is the nation’s largest real estate market, and the pandemic has caused a number of deals to go bust. CNBC’s Robert Frank reports.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 8 @ 5:54 am

Coronavirus will shrink US home prices by 2-3% nationally, Zillow forecasts, but deeper dive could be in store

Home prices have only fallen nationally once since the Great Depression, and that was after the subprime mortgage crisis and the Great Recession. Now, barely eight years after hitting bottom, and after a mighty recovery, prices are predicted to fall nationally again, down 2-3% this year, according to Zillow.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 4 @ 10:57 am

I just refinanced my mortgage, despite coronavirus. Here’s what I learned

Two months after applying for a new loan, I closed on April 27. The process was painless, but some things were worth noting for those exploring an online mortgage or refinance during coronavirus.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 3 @ 8:46 am

Landlords are worried increasingly fewer tenants will pay rent as coronavirus job losses mount

Rent is traditionally due on the first of the month, and with each passing month more tenants are becoming late on their payments.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 1 @ 11:32 am

Coronavirus mortgage bailout program grows again as more homeowners delay payments

As job losses from Covid-19 mount, more and more borrowers are delaying their monthly mortgage payments and taking advantage of the government’s bailout program.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • May 1 @ 8:04 am

Coronavirus: Wealthy New Yorkers flee Manhattan for suburbs and beyond

Brokers say buyers and renters coming from the city are asking for the same thing: more space and more distance from neighbors and crowds.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 30 @ 10:53 am

She fled coronavirus-stricken Brooklyn to live in Oklahoma: “You’re just in this survival mode”

Lindsey Marvel, 38, moved to New York because, she said, “I’m literally going big or going home.” Now she’s going home to Tulsa, OK. The effect that Covid-19 has had not just on her personal life, but on the city she loves, was simply too much.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 30 @ 10:27 am

Op-Ed: It’s not time to panic, it’s time to plan your finances during coronavirus pandemic

Proactive planning can aid you in achieving short- and long-term financial needs and goals, especially in times of hardship like the current coronavirus pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 30 @ 8:01 am

Home prices were gaining serious strength just before coronavirus, up 4.2% annually, Case-Shiller says

Home prices were not only gaining in February, the gains were increasing steadily. The expectation, however, is that price gains will weaken and potentially fall in some of the markets hardest hit by the coronavirus.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 28 @ 8:14 am

Silicon Valley’s glitzy new London outposts face an indefinite delay, as coronavirus hits progress

Apple and Google’s enormous new headquarters have been delayed as a result of coronavirus.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 27 @ 4:44 am

Agree Realty CEO on commercial real estate sector performance amid coronavirus

CNBC’s “Halftime Report” team discusses the commercial real estate sector with Joey Agree, CEO of Agree Realty.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 24 @ 12:32 pm

Americans are down on stocks after coronavirus sell-off, say real estate is the best investment: Gallup

The coronavirus economic shock has left Americans downbeat about stock investing even after the major market rebound off March lows. Americans say real estate is the best investment, according to Gallup.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 24 @ 10:51 am

Housing demand may have started to bounce back from coronavirus impact

Sales of both newly built and existing homes tanked in March, as potential buyers hunkered down and potential sellers pulled their homes from the market, both watching the economy in free fall from the coronavirus. Now, suddenly, buyer demand at least may be climbing back.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 23 @ 12:18 pm

Federal Housing Finance Agency to buy mortgages in forbearance amid coronavirus pandemic

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on new moves by the Federal Housing Finance Agency to ease the strain of mortgages in forbearance.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 22 @ 9:57 am

As mortgage bailout balloons amid coronavirus outbreak, servicers finally get some relief

For several weeks the mortgage industry has been crying for help, as they are left on the hook to pay for much of the government’s mortgage bailout. Now they are getting at least some relief.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 21 @ 11:41 am

‘Reopen the economy’ — Barry Sternlicht worries about ‘financial suicide’ from coronaviru

The threat of completely destroying the U.S. economy must be weighed against the diminishing health risks from the coronavirus, real estate mogul Barry Sternlicht told CNBC on Tuesday.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 21 @ 11:34 am

How your company office could change in the post-coronavirus era

The coronavirus pandemic has thrown office workers into a massive, unprecedented work-from-home experiment. When the crisis eventually passes, workers will be going back to the office, but the work spaces will be very different.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 21 @ 11:14 am

These markets could see the sharpest drop in home prices during coronavirus pandemic

Both homebuyer and seller demand have weakened dramatically in the last month, as Americans hunker down to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. While some are still shopping online, doing virtual tours, the spring season was essentially over before it started. While sales are way down, home values may not suffer as much.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 20 @ 10:16 am

Home prices could hold steady despite coronavirus disruption

Homes sales have slowed dramatically in the last month, but prices were very hot at the beginning of the year, and the expectation is that they will not fall dramatically. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 20 @ 8:12 am

Demand for rural homes shows ‘profound, psychological change’ due to coronavirus, Redfin CEO says

Homebuying demand is down about 20% during the economic downturn, but there’s a shift to more rural areas, Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman said on “Closing Bell.”

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 17 @ 4:38 pm

Redfin CEO says people will still sell homes despite coronavirus outbreak

Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman joins “Closing Bell” to discuss home sales.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 17 @ 4:17 pm

Hurricane Harvey gave these real estate CEOs ‘the blueprint’ to weather coronavirus crisis

Nothing can compare to the crushing economic tsunami created by the coronavirus pandemic, but in the housing market, there are some parallels to natural disasters.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 16 @ 1:40 pm

Homeless shelters are running low on cash and volunteers as coronavirus spreads

Homeless shelters across the country are facing volunteer shortages and increased operation costs as they find ways to respond to the deadly coronavirus outbreak while continuing to take in residents.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 16 @ 10:34 am

Homebuilder confidence index takes biggest monthly dive ever as coronavirus slams economy

This month’s HMI survey was conducted from April 1 to April 13, after millions of Americans had been issued orders to stay home to stem the spread of the virus.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 15 @ 10:18 am

Homebuilder confidence index takes biggest one-month dive in its history as coronavirus slams economy

This month’s HMI survey was conducted from April 1 to April 13, after millions of Americans had been issued orders to stay home to stem the spread of the virus, prompting historic waves of business closures, layoffs and furloughs.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 15 @ 9:00 am

Quicken Loans CEO Jay Farner on the state of the mortgage market amid coronavirus

Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss the state of the mortgage market and the Fed’s reaction to the coronavirus crisis.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 15 @ 7:39 am

Millions of Americans may not be able to pay bills. These banks are offering coronavirus relief

From emergency loans to deferred credit card payments, credit unions and banks across the country are making accommodations for Americans impacted by Covid-19.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 14 @ 10:59 am

Here’s how Americans plan to spend their coronavirus relief checks

As federal coronavirus stimulus checks start to arrive in Americans’ bank accounts, two surveys found that paying for basic necessities, from rent to groceries, top spending lists.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 14 @ 10:23 am

Hotels and retailers not paying rent due to the coronavirus pandemic spikes in April, Trepp says

The spike in loan payments not accounted for serves as an early indicator for just how bad things could get for retail and lodging real estate, according to Trepp.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 13 @ 6:19 pm

Borrower requests for government’s coronavirus mortgage bailout jump 78% in one week

As unemployment surges and more Americans struggle to make ends meet, more homeowners are applying for the government’s mortgage forbearance program under the recently-passed coronavirus relief plan.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 13 @ 3:00 pm

Home builders are a bright spot even as coronavirus hits traffic

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on why home builders are a bright spot as housing is hit by the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 13 @ 1:41 pm

Invitation homes CEO on renter protection amid the coronavirus crisis

Renters are having trouble paying monthly rent as coronavirus-related layoffs continue across the country. Dallas Tanner, Invitation Homes CEO, discusses how the nation’s largest single family rental REIT is helping.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 9 @ 1:56 pm

Weekly mortgage applications sink nearly 18% as coronavirus causes homebuyers to back away

Consumers are fast losing confidence in this spring housing market, given the economic upheaval from the coronavirus and higher mortgage rates.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 8 @ 6:00 am

Trump ally Tom Barrack hires lobbyists for coronavirus-related issues as he warns of hurdles for the commercial mor

Trump ally Tom Barrack and his company hired a group of lobbyists to advise on issues related to the coronavirus pandemic as he warns of pending hurdles to the commercial mortgage market

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 7 @ 5:41 pm

Mortgage industry sounds alarm over coronavirus mortgage bailout

CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on mortgage and finance leaders putting out an urgent liquidity plea to federal regulators as they try to brace for fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. Dave Stevens, former FHA commissioner, joins the conversation.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 6 @ 2:47 pm

Coronavirus mortgage bailout: ‘There is going to be complete chaos,’ says industry CEO

A broad coalition of mortgage and finance industry leaders sent a plea to federal regulators, asking for desperately needed cash to keep the mortgage system running. This, as requests from borrowers for the federal mortgage forbearance program are flooding in at an alarming rate.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 6 @ 2:22 pm

Coronavirus crisis ‘not an excuse’—real estate CEO says those who can should pay their rent

“Some people have lost their jobs, and it’s our obligation to work with them,” Related Companies CEO Jeff Blau told CNBC.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 6 @ 10:08 am

Related Companies’ Jeff Blau on coronavirus crisis impact on real estate market

Related Companies CEO Jeff Blau joins “Squawk Box” to discuss the coronavirus impact on the real estate market. Related Companies oversees a $97 billion portfolio.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 6 @ 7:26 am

Coronavirus hits commercial real estate in the UK as retailers fall behind on rent

The coronavirus pandemic is hitting U.K. commercial property hard, as retailers close for an indefinite period and shoppers remain locked down at home.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 6 @ 6:00 am

How construction companies are carrying on during coronavirus pandemic

Builders are considered essential by the federal government, but some states are not allowing workers to go on. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on how some companies are continuing on despite the huge drop in homebuyer traffic.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 3 @ 2:02 pm

Small landlords struggle as renters either can’t or choose not to pay amid coronavirus layoffs

As job losses mount into the millions, laid-off workers increasingly can’t make the rent, and small landlords are left holding the bag.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 2 @ 12:32 pm

There will be a re-calibration in New York after coronavirus, realty expert says

Scott Rechler, CEO and chairman of RXR Realty, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss how the real estate industry is being affect by the coronavirus outbreak.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 2 @ 8:10 am

Coronavirus outbreak leads to dramatic drop in NYC real estate inventory

The coronavirus outbreak is slamming the housing market’s spring season and New York real estate has been hit especially hard. CNBC’s Robert Frank reports.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 2 @ 6:48 am

Coronavirus effect could be ‘far deeper than the subprime crisis,’ says mortgage company CEO

For most mortgage borrowers, the first of the month is payment day. This month, however, is a very different story. Millions of borrowers have either lost jobs or income, and are suddenly struggling to make those monthly payments.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 1 @ 11:44 am

Where your coronavirus stimulus check will go furthest, based on US rents

Millions of workers have reason to cheer, thanks to a $2 trillion stimulus package passed by Congress last week that will put checks in their pockets. But how far will $1,200 really go? CNBC took a look at what that sum could mean for rent payers around the country.

  • CNBC REAL ESTATE
  • April 1 @ 9:29 am
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Coronavirus closes first campus in L.A. County, prompting remote learning, football fallout

View Park Preparatory High School has switched to remote learning for a week, and the Crenshaw football team was sidelined after a game with View Park.

  • LA Times
  • October 21 @ 7:00 am

Vaccine alters California’s coronavirus path: Urban areas improve, while rural parts suffer

The death rate in Northern California was more than four times higher over the summer than in the San Francisco Bay Area, where inoculation rates are the most robust.

  • LA Times
  • October 9 @ 7:00 am

Vaccine alters California’s coronavirus path: Urban areas improve, rural parts suffer

The death rate in Northern California was more than four times higher over the summer than in the San Francisco Bay Area, where inoculation rates are the most robust.

  • LA Times
  • October 9 @ 7:00 am

California will crack down on surprise coronavirus testing fees under new law

Senate Bill 510 eliminates any ambiguity about the cost-free provisions, while also making the measure retroactive to March 4, 2020, when Newsom declared a state of emergency for COVID-19.

  • LA Times
  • October 8 @ 9:45 pm

In coronavirus milestone, San Francisco set to lift some indoor mask rules

San Francisco is set to lift mask requirements in indoor gyms, offices and other places next week — but only if everyone inside is vaccinated.

  • LA Times
  • October 7 @ 5:02 pm

How worried should you be about the R.1 coronavirus variant? ‘It died out already’

The R.1 wasn’t able to grab much of a foothold in California or nationwide before being elbowed out by the Delta variant, which is still going strong.

  • LA Times
  • September 29 @ 1:57 pm

How California turned the tide, achieved lowest coronavirus transmission rate in U.S.

While California has not reinstituted sweeping restrictions, the state and many local health departments have taken steps to tackle the Delta variant.

  • LA Times
  • September 21 @ 10:48 am

How California turned the tide and achieved the lowest coronavirus transmission rate in the U.S.

While California has not reinstituted sweeping restrictions, the state and many local health departments have taken steps to tackle the Delta variant.

  • LA Times
  • September 21 @ 10:48 am

California has the lowest coronavirus rate in the nation. Here’s what we know

The state has been among the national leaders in lowest case rates for the last week, as the number of new coronavirus infections continues to drop.

  • LA Times
  • September 20 @ 12:58 pm

LAPD officers need COVID vaccine or negative coronavirus test to work overtime at big events

LAPD officers need COVID-19 vaccine cards or negative coronavirus tests to work big events that provide them extra money.

  • LA Times
  • September 18 @ 11:46 am

Two of Gavin Newsom’s children test positive for coronavirus; the governor has not

Two of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s four children have tested positive for the coronavirus, the governor’s office said Friday.

  • LA Times
  • September 17 @ 9:30 pm

Declining child coronavirus cases indicate generally safe school reopenings in L.A. County

The low rates will allow school district to adopt relaxed quarantine policies so students can stay in class.

  • LA Times
  • September 16 @ 6:23 pm

L.A. County sees big drops in coronavirus cases, hospitalizations

About a month ago, the county was averaging more than 3,400 new coronavirus infections a day over a one-week period. But as of Tuesday, L.A. County was averaging fewer than 1,800 cases a day, a 48% decline.

  • LA Times
  • September 16 @ 12:08 pm

California coronavirus cases dropping, CDC says

California’s coronavirus transmission level has fallen from ‘high’ to ‘substantial,’ the second-highest tier as defined by the CDC.

  • LA Times
  • September 14 @ 12:30 pm

Child coronavirus cases fall in L.A. County even as schools reopen, but concerns remain

The number of students in L.A. County testing positive for the coronavirus is decreasing, but children now comprise a greater share of people infected.

  • LA Times
  • September 10 @ 7:00 am

Mu coronavirus variant recorded in 167 people in L.A. County

Mu, a coronavirus variant labeled a “variant of interest” by WHO, has been detected in 167 people over the summer in Los Angeles County, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • September 6 @ 9:55 am

L.A. County coronavirus hospitalizations dip slightly; precaution urged through Labor Day

The number of people hospitalized from the coronavirus in Los Angeles County dipped below 1,600 on Saturday, for the first time in nearly a month, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • September 4 @ 9:08 pm

Coronavirus can spread among vaccinated people, so officials urge cautious Labor Day

The ubiquity of the Delta variant should be cause for some caution heading into Labor Day weekend, health officials say.

  • LA Times
  • September 3 @ 10:42 am

Why L.A. County paid $400,000 to a church that violated coronavirus rules

A change in the legal landscape was set in motion abruptly by the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

  • LA Times
  • September 2 @ 6:50 pm

Coronavirus outbreaks in L.A. schools increase, some tied to athletic activities

In a sign that school-based COVID-19 safety measures are showing promise, fewer students and staff were exposed to the coronavirus in these outbreaks.

  • LA Times
  • September 2 @ 7:00 am

Coronavirus outbreaks tick upward in L.A. County schools

In a sign that school-based COVID-19 safety measures are showing promise, fewer students and staff were exposed to the coronavirus in these outbreaks.

  • LA Times
  • September 2 @ 7:00 am

Most LAPD employees testing positive for coronavirus are unvaccinated

Most Los Angeles Police Department personnel who have tested positive for the coronavirus since June were unvaccinated, according to department data.

  • LA Times
  • September 1 @ 1:42 pm

California sees progress in coronavirus fight compared with Texas, Florida, other states

Compared with some other large states, California is seeing some positive signs in fighting the latest coronavirus surge fueled by the Delta variant.

  • LA Times
  • September 1 @ 10:41 am

How one unvaccinated, unmasked teacher spread coronavirus to students and parents

A Marin County teacher who came to school while visibly sick infected a dozen students with the coronavirus, a report released by the CDC says.

  • LA Times
  • August 27 @ 4:32 pm

L.A. County will continue to enforce strict school quarantine rules amid coronavirus cases

A group of superintendents has pressed health officials to ease quarantine rules so that fewer students would be sent home, but L.A. County says the rules will be enforced.

  • LA Times
  • August 26 @ 7:55 pm

Coronavirus cases spiking in LAPD as some officers skirt vaccine mandate

The rise in cases comes amid a growing debate around the looming mandate, which some officers are already trying to find a way around.

  • LA Times
  • August 26 @ 7:00 am

Coronavirus cases spiking in LAPD as officials finalize vaccine mandate, others push back

The rise in cases comes amid a growing debate around the looming mandate, which some officers are already trying to find a way around.

  • LA Times
  • August 26 @ 7:00 am

L.A. Unified reports first coronavirus outbreak in the district at Grant Elementary

The first coronavirus outbreak at a Los Angeles school closes a classroom.

  • LA Times
  • August 25 @ 6:18 pm

L.A. Unified reports first coronavirus outbreak while other schools report multiple infections

The first coronavirus outbreak at a Los Angeles school closes a classroom.

  • LA Times
  • August 25 @ 6:18 pm

Unvaccinated people, riskier behavior: What is fueling L.A.’s coronavirus surge

A new CDC study finds more than 71% of COVID-19 infections in Los Angeles County between May 1 and July 25 were among the unvaccinated.

  • LA Times
  • August 25 @ 9:57 am

Coronavirus cases lead to missed school days for 6,500 LAUSD students during first week

During the first week of school, some 3,000 students were in isolation because of a positive test. Some 3,500 others were in quarantine as close contacts.

  • LA Times
  • August 24 @ 5:47 pm

1,893 L.A. students, staff tested positive for coronavirus last week, group reports

A parent-teacher group assembled the information from a cumbersome data dashboard posted by the L.A. Unified School District. The district does not dispute figure, but said it will be updated.

  • LA Times
  • August 23 @ 9:48 pm

Breakthrough infections rise in L.A. County; young adults most infected with coronavirus

By far, the age group now most likely to get infected with the coronavirus in Los Angeles County is younger adults — those 18 to 49.

  • LA Times
  • August 23 @ 11:04 am

What is the Lambda coronavirus variant? How does Delta differ?

Lambda, which was first identified in Peru, is worth watching because of its massive spread in South America, but health officials don’t know whether it will supplant Delta.

  • LA Times
  • August 18 @ 9:00 am

How concerns should we be about the Lambda coronavirus variant?

Lambda, which was first identified in Peru, is worth watching because of its massive spread in South America, but health officials don’t know whether it will supplant Delta.

  • LA Times
  • August 18 @ 9:00 am

How concerned should we be about the Lambda coronavirus variant?

Lambda, which was first identified in Peru, is worth watching because of its massive spread in South America, but health officials don’t know whether it will supplant Delta.

  • LA Times
  • August 18 @ 9:00 am

LAUSD reports 3,255 student coronavirus cases in baseline back-to-school testing

At the start of summer school, about 1 in 1,000 students tested positive; now it’s about 1 in 100.

  • LA Times
  • August 17 @ 7:00 pm

Many more Californians getting coronavirus tests amid Delta spike. What will they reveal?

Testing is expected to drastically ramp up as schools around the state reopen and government and private employers impose requirements for workers.

  • LA Times
  • August 17 @ 11:17 am

Sharp rise in pregnant women contracting the coronavirus prompts new warnings

The number of pregnant women becoming infected with COVID-19 in Los Angeles and Orange counties has increased in the last few weeks, officials report.

  • LA Times
  • August 17 @ 10:16 am

L.A. County coronavirus surge continues as schools prepare to reopen

The health department on Sunday recorded 3,356 new cases of the virus and eight related deaths but said the real number is likely higher due to weekend reporting delays.

  • LA Times
  • August 15 @ 5:37 pm

L.A. County reports more than 4,200 new coronavirus cases as Delta variant continues to spread

Fully vaccinated people are four times less likely to get infected with the coronavirus and 14 times less likely to be hospitalized with serious illness, health officials said.

  • LA Times
  • August 14 @ 8:49 pm

Coronavirus case rate among unvaccinated Californians is six times that of the vaccinated

The chasm in coronavirus case rates between unvaccinated and vaccinated Californians is continuing to widen, state data show, as some officials move to require the shots for both work and play.

  • LA Times
  • August 12 @ 5:37 pm

Rate of positive coronavirus tests rises in Orange County as it falls in L.A. County

The rate at which coronavirus tests are coming back positive has fallen in the last week in Los Angeles County but is expected to rise further in Orange County.

  • LA Times
  • August 11 @ 11:07 am

L.A. County reports more than 4,000 new coronavirus cases, attributed in part to increased testing

County officials said the latest surge is showing signs of leveling off somewhat. The daily test positivity rate on Saturday was 4.7%, a small decrease from last week’s rate of 6.3%.

  • LA Times
  • August 7 @ 7:35 pm

California hits 4 million coronavirus cases as Delta variant spreads

California’s rate of daily coronavirus infections underscores the extent to which the pandemic has roared back to life as the ultra-transmissible Delta variant storms across the state.

  • LA Times
  • August 6 @ 8:45 pm

L.A. County court will fire employees who don’t get coronavirus vaccine after full FDA approval

Los Angeles County’s Superior Court tells employees they must get vaccinated once a coronavirus vaccine receives full FDA approval or face termination.

  • LA Times
  • August 5 @ 3:08 pm

Fresno County summer youth camp suspended after rise in coronavirus cases

In the past few weeks, more than 15 people tested positive for the coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • August 3 @ 11:04 pm

Coronavirus cases continue upswing in L.A. County amid concerns about Delta variant

Los Angeles County tallied 3,045 new coronavirus and five more deaths on Sunday, although authorities cautioned that the latest figures might reflect delays in reporting the numbers on weekends.

  • LA Times
  • August 1 @ 8:02 pm

New alarms over the Delta variant as L.A.’s coronavirus surge worsens

Public health experts are hoping L.A. County’s reinstated requirement that people wear masks in indoor public places can help slow the spread.

  • LA Times
  • July 29 @ 10:26 pm

Coronavirus surge worsening in California as officials consider more drastic actions

Though COVID infections and hospitalizations remain well below the levels of previous surges, the latest increases are cause for alarm, officials say.

  • LA Times
  • July 28 @ 11:30 am

California urges wearing masks indoors as coronavirus spike worsens

The new recommendation appears to be more expansive than the latest guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

  • LA Times
  • July 28 @ 11:30 am

With coronavirus surge worsening, California urges wearing masks indoors

The new recommendation appears to be more expansive than the latest guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

  • LA Times
  • July 28 @ 11:30 am

Aggressive measures to battle California’s new coronavirus surge: Will they work?

With cases and hospitalizations spiking, the focus is increasingly on ramping up vaccinations to protect as many people as possible against infection and illness.

  • LA Times
  • July 27 @ 11:04 am

L.A. County sees over 2,000 new coronavirus cases daily due to Delta variant

As the highly contagious Delta variant continues to spread mostly among the unvaccinated, COVID hospitalizations in L.A. County are on the increase.

  • LA Times
  • July 25 @ 4:22 pm

Hospitalizations increasing as L.A. County reports more than 2,000 new coronavirus cases

As the highly contagious Delta variant continues to spread mostly among the unvaccinated, COVID hospitalizations in L.A. County are on the increase.

  • LA Times
  • July 25 @ 4:22 pm

L.A. County reports more than 2,600 new daily coronavirus cases, continuing surge

The highly contagious Delta variant continues to spread in Los Angeles County as officials caution of a new surge.

  • LA Times
  • July 24 @ 7:55 pm

L.A. County exceeds 3,000 daily coronavirus cases as surge worsens

L.A. County hit 3,000 new coronavirus cases Friday as the surge fueled by the Delta variant worsened.

  • LA Times
  • July 23 @ 7:13 pm

20% of L.A. County’s coronavirus cases in June were among the vaccinated. Why that’s not surprising

In June, 20% of coronavirus cases in L.A. County were among vaccinated people. Health experts say that’s not surprising and point to the ultimate success of vaccines.

  • LA Times
  • July 22 @ 7:45 pm

Even the vaccinated must take precautions as L.A. coronavirus surge worsens, officials say

Coronavirus infections in Los Angeles County are continuing to accelerate amid an alarming new surge that has seen cases and hospitalizations reach levels not seen in months.

  • LA Times
  • July 22 @ 4:41 pm

L.A. County’s alarming new coronavirus surge: How bad will it get?

As COVID-19 cases rise again in Los Angeles County, people who aren’t vaccinated make up the vast majority of new infections.

  • LA Times
  • July 22 @ 10:54 am

L.A. County’s new coronavirus surge: How bad will it get?

As COVID-19 cases rise again in Los Angeles County, people who aren’t vaccinated make up the vast majority of new infections.

  • LA Times
  • July 22 @ 10:54 am

With metals and maybe even coronavirus, wildfire smoke is more dangerous than you think

As wildfires ravage hundreds of thousands of acres across California, more is being learned about the damaging effects of their smoke.

  • LA Times
  • July 22 @ 7:00 am

L.A. County sees big spike in coronavirus: 2,551 new cases in one day

The positivity rate now stands at 5.2% in Los Angeles County, and health officials say that cases have increased twentyfold over the last month.

  • LA Times
  • July 21 @ 7:10 pm

L.A. County sees big surge in coronavirus: 2,551 new cases in one day

The positivity rate now stands at 5.2% in Los Angeles County, and health officials say that cases have increased twentyfold over the last month.

  • LA Times
  • July 21 @ 7:10 pm

California coronavirus hospitalizations hit highest point in months as Delta spreads

Statewide, the number of coronavirus-positive patients in the hospital more than doubled in the last month, and the rate has climbed further in the last two weeks.

  • LA Times
  • July 21 @ 7:00 am

L.A. County coronavirus spike hits alarming levels, with 10,000 infected in a week, as Delta variant spreads

L.A. County coronavirus spike hits alarming levels as the Delta variant hits the unvaccinated.

  • LA Times
  • July 19 @ 7:00 am

L.A. County reports second-largest daily increase in coronavirus cases in months

Officials hope more masking will help contain the hyper-contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus, which is easily spread and has been blamed for increased infections across the country. The mandate goes into effect midnight Saturday.

  • LA Times
  • July 17 @ 6:50 pm

L.A. County indoor mask rules set to take effect as coronavirus cases keep rising

Officials hope more masking will help contain the hyper-contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus, which is easily spread and has been blamed for increased infections across the country. The mandate goes into effect midnight Saturday.

  • LA Times
  • July 17 @ 6:50 pm

L.A. County sees another sharp rise in coronavirus cases as mask rules set to take effect

L.A. County recorded more than 1,900 new coronavirus cases Friday, another major jump. Masks are required in public places starting Saturday night.

  • LA Times
  • July 17 @ 11:37 am

Coronavirus cases climb again in L.A. County, mostly in those under 50

Los Angeles County saw another climb in COVID-19 cases on Saturday, with officials reporting 1,094 new cases and eight deaths.

  • LA Times
  • July 10 @ 6:08 pm

L.A. County has more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases in a day, highest in months

The last time L.A. County reported more than 1,000 new cases in a single day was due to a backlog of cases in late May.

  • LA Times
  • July 10 @ 11:04 am

Coronavirus spread worsens across L.A. County as Delta variant brings rising alarm

While the county’s metrics still remain relatively low, the rapid increases in case and positivity rates indicate that the coronavirus is spreading more widely.

  • LA Times
  • July 9 @ 7:00 am

Coronavirus cases in California rise for first time in months as Delta variant spreads

A rise in coronavirus cases in California due to the Delta variant increases urgency of calls for people to get vaccinated.

  • LA Times
  • July 8 @ 7:00 am

Delta variant dominates California coronavirus cases; rapid spread alarms officials

While those vaccinated against COVID-19 are believed to have protection against the variant, more people who have not been vaccinated are getting sick.

  • LA Times
  • July 6 @ 11:07 am

Highly infectious Delta variant spreads rapidly, now California’s dominant coronavirus strain

The highly infectious Delta variant has become California’s most identified strain of the coronavirus, a troubling development.

  • LA Times
  • July 4 @ 10:40 am

Highly infectious Delta variant spreading rapidly, now California’s dominant coronavirus strain

The highly infectious Delta variant has become California’s most identified strain of the coronavirus, a troubling development.

  • LA Times
  • July 4 @ 10:40 am

Infectious Delta variant spreads rapidly, now California’s dominant coronavirus strain

The infectious Delta variant has become California’s most identified strain of the coronavirus, a troubling development.

  • LA Times
  • July 4 @ 10:40 am

Delta variant brings rise in coronavirus cases to L.A. County, alarming officials

Los Angeles County is seeing a rise in new coronavirus infections, prompting concern about the highly transmissible Delta variant.

  • LA Times
  • July 2 @ 11:27 am

Highly contagious Delta variant keeps rising in L.A., now 25% of new U.S. coronavirus cases

Health officials say the spread of the Delta variant of the coronavirus further highlights the importance of getting vaccinated.

  • LA Times
  • July 1 @ 4:20 pm

The new ‘Delta-plus’ coronavirus variant has been identified. What does that mean?

It’s unclear whether Delta-plus is more transmissible than the original, highly transmissible Delta variant. Without more research, it shouldn’t yet be cause for alarm, experts say.

  • LA Times
  • June 28 @ 8:00 am

Highly contagious Delta coronavirus variant spreading fast in California

The Delta variant now makes up 14.5% of coronavirus cases analyzed so far this month in California, up from 4.7% in May.

  • LA Times
  • June 27 @ 2:31 pm

Los Angeles County coronavirus case numbers and deaths continue to drop as reopening nears

Starting Tuesday, the state will remove most remaining restrictions on businesses and significantly relax mask-wearing rules for people who are vaccinated.

  • LA Times
  • June 12 @ 5:39 pm

L.A. teachers union pact mandates masks and coronavirus tests for all this fall

When the nation’s second-largest school district fully reopens in the fall, students and staff will wear masks, regardless of vaccine status, and all will be be tested for the coronavirus at least once every two weeks.

  • LA Times
  • June 10 @ 9:19 pm

The new coronavirus Delta variant: Why some are worried, and some are not

The Delta variant, also known as B.1.617.2, was identified in India but has since been found in 60 countries. It’s thought to be more transmissible.

  • LA Times
  • June 10 @ 9:24 am

California has one of the lowest coronavirus transmission levels in the U.S.

The low coronavirus case rate underscores California’s continued progress toward extinguishing the health crisis a week ahead of its planned reopening.

  • LA Times
  • June 7 @ 1:45 pm

Kevin McCarthy might have had coronavirus infection when he attended son’s wedding

A blood test taken after his son’s wedding showed the House minority leader had been previously infected with coronavirus, he told reporters.

  • LA Times
  • May 22 @ 11:00 am

The ‘double mutant’ coronavirus variant in India may be less scary than it might seem

Some scientists say India’s COVID-19 surge this spring has less to do with a variant and more to do with the government’s lifting of pandemic rules.

  • LA Times
  • May 17 @ 10:13 am

Los Angeles County reports 306 new coronavirus cases, 5 deaths on Saturday

As indoor activities increase across the Southland, L.A. County’s public health director encouraged residents to continue wearing masks inside businesses and at crowded venues.

  • LA Times
  • May 15 @ 7:56 pm

Most mask requirements are lifted in milestone moment in coronavirus battle

People who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can stop wearing masks in most places, the CDC announced. But L.A. County officials said it will be a week or more before changes would be considered locally.

  • LA Times
  • May 13 @ 1:33 pm

Most mask guidelines for vaccinated are lifted in milestone moment in coronavirus battle

People who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 no longer need to wear masks in most places, the CDC suggested. But in California, it may be a week or more before changes would be considered locally.

  • LA Times
  • May 13 @ 1:33 pm

California coronavirus case rates keep ‘falling like a rock’ despite surges in Oregon, Washington

California has continued to do better than any other state, with the lowest per capita coronavirus case rate in the nation over the last week.

  • LA Times
  • May 3 @ 12:00 pm

California coronavirus case plummet despite surges in Oregon, Washington

California has continued to do better than any other state, with the lowest per capita coronavirus case rate in the nation over the last week.

  • LA Times
  • May 3 @ 12:00 pm

California coronavirus cases plummet despite surges in Oregon, Washington

California has continued to do better than any other state, with the lowest per capita coronavirus case rate in the nation over the last week.

  • LA Times
  • May 3 @ 12:00 pm

California coronavirus cases keep ‘falling like a rock’ despite surges in Oregon, Washington

California has continued to do better than any other state, with the lowest per capita coronavirus case rate in the nation over the last week.

  • LA Times
  • May 3 @ 12:00 pm

Coronavirus outbreak in Humboldt County is linked to local church

Over the last two weeks, more than 260 new cases of the novel coronavirus have been reported, a 160% increase from the previous two-week period.

  • LA Times
  • April 29 @ 5:21 pm

In dramatic turnaround, California now has the lowest coronavirus case rate in the U.S.

Over the last week, California has reported an average of 1,901 new cases per day, a 34% decrease from two weeks ago, according to data compiled by The Times.

  • LA Times
  • April 26 @ 3:03 pm

California’s coronavirus case rate now the lowest in the continental U.S.

California’s latest seven-day new case rate — 40.3 per 100,000 people — is dramatically lower than the nationwide rate of 135.3 over that same time period.

  • LA Times
  • April 21 @ 1:49 pm

LAUSD coronavirus testing reveals 177 infections prior to first campus openings

With testing a requirement as schools reopen for in-person classes, 72 staff members and 105 students were found to have the virus.

  • LA Times
  • April 19 @ 6:48 pm

L.A. County reports 466 new coronavirus cases, 3 deaths

To date, officials have confirmed 1,228,997 positive cases of COVID-19 across the county and a total of 23,623 deaths.

  • LA Times
  • April 18 @ 7:17 pm

Are herd immunity, California coronavirus variant preventing West Coast spring surge?

California has one of the lowest average daily coronavirus case rates in the nation over the most recent seven-day period.

  • LA Times
  • April 12 @ 12:06 pm

Are herd immunity and the California coronavirus variant preventing a West Coast spring surge?

With coronavirus cases and related hospitalizations climbing nationwide, is California also headed for a fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic?

  • LA Times
  • April 12 @ 12:06 pm

Los Angeles County’s daily coronavirus cases continue to decline, as transmissions appear to slow

There were 470 coronavirus patients in L.A. County hospitals as of Saturday, a drop of nearly 28% from two weeks earlier.

  • LA Times
  • April 11 @ 5:13 pm

South African and Brazilian coronavirus variants land in L.A.

While California’s COVID-19 case rate has dropped, Dr. Anthony Fauci says the nationwide count has ‘plateaued at a disturbingly high level.’

  • LA Times
  • April 8 @ 2:19 pm

‘Double mutant’ coronavirus variant is found in California

The existence of a coronavirus variant containing two worrisome mutations, first discovered in India two weeks ago, is confirmed in California.

  • LA Times
  • April 6 @ 10:48 am

L.A. County, O.C. reach orange-tier coronavirus numbers; wider reopenings could be a week away

The two counties have now banked one week’s worth of data necessary to progress into the orange tier, which would mean more business reopenings.

  • LA Times
  • March 23 @ 1:44 pm

L.A., O.C. reach orange-tier coronavirus numbers; wider reopening could be a week away

The two counties have now banked one week’s worth of the metrics necessary to progress into the orange tier, which would mean more businesses could open.

  • LA Times
  • March 23 @ 1:44 pm

L.A. County reports 521 new coronavirus cases, 56 deaths

Young people continue to drive community transmission of the virus, while older people account for most fatalities, county health officials said.

  • LA Times
  • March 20 @ 5:36 pm

Sequoia tells startup founders to step on the gas now that the coronavirus crisis is passing

Sequoia Capital is predicting big growth opportunities ahead.

  • BizJournals
  • March 18 @ 7:21 pm

As L.A. eyes orange coronavirus tier, is another wave of reopenings around the corner?

As most California counties ease pandemic-related restrictions, attention turns to the future, and how fast a wider economic reopening can take place.

  • LA Times
  • March 17 @ 3:01 pm

Op-Ed: A year later on the long coronavirus road to change

Commemorating the anniversary of the start of the COVID-19 pandemic bestows a sense of shape and order to the chaos of events.

  • LA Times
  • March 16 @ 5:00 am

First case of Brazilian coronavirus variant P.1 detected in California

A San Bernardino resident has become the first in California to test positive for the Brazilian coronavirus variant P.1.

  • LA Times
  • March 15 @ 6:13 pm

Los Angeles County coronavirus figures continue to decline on eve of reopening

Cautioning that the figures may be artificially low due to lags in weekend reporting, health officials reported 644 new coronavirus cases and 28 deaths.

  • LA Times
  • March 14 @ 5:47 pm

Coronavirus cases drop off in LAPD as vaccinations ramp up

Moore said every officer or LAPD civilian employee who wants the vaccine should have had the opportunity to receive both doses by the first week of May.

  • LA Times
  • March 9 @ 2:43 pm

L.A. County reports 1,313 new coronavirus cases as positivity rate continues to decline

The L.A. County Department of Public Health on Sunday reported 22 deaths due to COVID-19. There are 1,176 people hospitalized with the disease.

  • LA Times
  • March 7 @ 9:07 pm

San Francisco, ‘in an amazing place,’ resumes indoor dining as coronavirus cases fall

San Francisco moves into the less restrictive red tier for reopening, allowing indoor dining, salon treatments and Ferris wheel rides once again.

  • LA Times
  • March 2 @ 4:41 pm

Homeless people exposed to coronavirus were put in hotels. For hospitals, the move paid off

By putting homeless people in hotels for isolation or quarantine, San Francisco freed up hospital space for patients with serious cases of COVID-19.

  • LA Times
  • March 2 @ 11:00 am

These parts of L.A. barely felt the winter coronavirus surge. Here is why they were spared

Much of Los Angeles saw weekly case rates soar by 450% during the surge, but some communities fared far better.

  • LA Times
  • February 28 @ 8:00 am

New fears of next coronavirus wave as case declines slow and variants grow

Federal officials are expressing worry that the decline in daily new coronavirus cases nationwide is starting to flatten and warned states against relaxing COVID-19 restrictions.

  • LA Times
  • February 27 @ 12:25 pm

Rural California county says Newsom-backed coronavirus testing clinic is a ‘boondoggle’

Lassen County officials say they were handling coronavirus testing just fine until the state got involved. Workers with the company hired by the state were coughing on-site and too few tests were performed, the county says.

  • LA Times
  • February 27 @ 9:00 am

Mutant coronavirus variants are a growing threat. Vaccinations, mask wearing are essential

While coronavirus variants remain a threat, health experts say they are hopeful that masks and rising vaccination rates can blunt potential new waves.

  • LA Times
  • February 26 @ 12:52 pm

Cluster of U.K. variant coronavirus cases hits on USC campus

Officials are investigating a cluster of four coronavirus cases at USC, two of which are confirmed to be the B.1.1.7 variant.

  • LA Times
  • February 24 @ 6:58 pm

The ‘nightmare scenario’ for California’s coronavirus strain: Here is what we know

Scientists fear “nightmare scenario” where a patient is infected by two different coronavirus strains that swap mutations and become more dangerous.

  • LA Times
  • February 24 @ 4:39 pm

While L.A.’s coronavirus numbers improve, the county nears a ‘terrible milestone’

Daily coronavirus case counts are tumbling in Los Angeles County, even as it nears 20,000 cumulative COVID-19 deaths.

  • LA Times
  • February 23 @ 3:55 pm

California’s coronavirus strain looks increasingly dangerous: ‘The devil is already here’

California’s homegrown coronavirus strain is more transmissible than its predecessors, is more resistant to vaccines, and may cause more severe cases of COVID-19.

  • LA Times
  • February 23 @ 8:00 am

L.A. County continues to see decline in coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths

Health officials reported 1,465 new coronavirus cases and 93 related deaths on Sunday, with the lower numbers suggesting the fall/winter surge is abating.

  • LA Times
  • February 21 @ 4:35 pm

L.A. County coronavirus numbers continue to drop as more cases of U.K. variant are reported

The emergence of a more transmissible, potentially more virulent variant underscores the importance of pandemic safety precautions, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • February 20 @ 7:08 pm

Need a coronavirus test in L.A.? Starting next week, no appointments are needed

Starting next week, Angelenos can visit any of the coronavirus testing sites run by the city of Los Angeles without first scheduling an appointment.

  • LA Times
  • February 19 @ 12:55 pm

Coronavirus cases plummet to pre-Thanksgiving levels. Are more reopenings next?

Coronavirus infections have plummeted to pre-Thanksgiving levels in California, instilling new hope that the state is finally regaining its footing.

  • LA Times
  • February 17 @ 1:18 pm

Highly contagious coronavirus strain first reported in the U.K. surfaces in Riverside County

The strain has also been detected in Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, San Bernardino, Alameda, San Mateo and Yolo counties.

  • LA Times
  • February 12 @ 2:09 pm

Coronavirus variant first seen in Los Angeles has spread around the world

Coronavirus variant first seen in L.A. now accounts for about half of Southern California’s infections and has spread to 18 states and six countries.

  • LA Times
  • February 11 @ 4:45 pm

The South African coronavirus variant is in California. What you need to know

The South African coronavirus variant has been identified in two people in the Bay Area. Nationally, there are at least nine other cases confirmed in three states.

  • LA Times
  • February 11 @ 1:05 pm

Coronavirus outbreak closes San Francisco Catholic church

Three priests and two caregivers at Saints Peter and Paul Church tested positive for the coronavirus, forcing the church to move daily Mass online.

  • LA Times
  • February 10 @ 5:35 pm

Coronavirus outbreak shutters San Francisco Catholic church

Three priests and two caregivers at Saints Peter and Paul Church tested positive for the coronavirus, forcing the church to move daily Masses online.

  • LA Times
  • February 10 @ 5:35 pm

First cases of South African coronavirus strain found in California

California’s first cases of the South African coronavirus variant have been confirmed in the Bay Area, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday.

  • LA Times
  • February 10 @ 3:49 pm

First infections with South Africa coronavirus strain found in California

California’s first cases of infection caused by the South Africa coronavirus strain have been confirmed in the Bay Area, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday.

  • LA Times
  • February 10 @ 3:49 pm

U.K. variant of the coronavirus spreads in California, sparking new concern

Officials predict the B.1.1.7 variant, first identified in the U.K., will become the dominant coronavirus strain nationwide by the end of March.

  • LA Times
  • February 8 @ 6:40 pm

Los Angeles County’s coronavirus case numbers continue to decline, but officials worry about another surge

Health officials remained concerned about the recent detection of more contagious COVID variants in the region as well as the potential for Super Bowl gatherings to trigger another surge.

  • LA Times
  • February 7 @ 9:07 pm

You can enjoy the Super Bowl without becoming a coronavirus superspreader. Here’s how

Go ahead, get your Super Bowl party on! But health experts urge you to do so in a way that won’t risk your health or the health of loved ones.

  • LA Times
  • February 7 @ 2:46 pm

L.A. County’s coronavirus cases show a decline, but could Super Bowl parties reverse course?

Health officials warned that the riskiest thing people can do Sunday is to host or attend Super Bowl Sunday parties, potentially turning the game into a super-spreader event.

  • LA Times
  • February 6 @ 9:48 pm

Coronavirus variant from Brazil found in Bay Area, other U.S. cities

A coronavirus variant from Brazil has been detected in a sample from the Bay Area, underscoring the urgency of ramping up inoculation efforts

  • LA Times
  • February 2 @ 11:00 am

Coronavirus variant from Brazil found in California

A coronavirus variant from Brazil has been detected in a sample from the Bay Area, underscoring the urgency of ramping up inoculation efforts

  • LA Times
  • February 2 @ 11:00 am

Rapid spread of U.K. coronavirus variant in Southern California sparks alarm

San Diego County has California’s largest cluster of known cases of B.1.1.7.

  • LA Times
  • February 1 @ 2:32 pm

Coronavirus cases among UC Berkeley students surge. UCLA and UC Irvine cases jump, then drop

Over the weekend, Berkeley sent out an alert to students about a surge in coronavirus cases, including among those living on campus.

  • LA Times
  • February 1 @ 12:43 pm

Why uncovered faces are oh-so risky as California reopens and coronavirus variants spread

Some experts say California has started to lift restrictions too soon. They recommend strong precautions as new, more contagious coronavirus strains spread.

  • LA Times
  • February 1 @ 8:00 am

L.A. County reports decline in new coronavirus cases, hospitalizations, but warns public to be vigilant

The data bolster evidence that the region is emerging from a vicious surge that started in late October and nearly overwhelmed area hospitals.

  • LA Times
  • January 31 @ 6:10 pm

Why must TVs remain off at L.A. County restaurants? Yelling, screaming can spread coronavirus, officials say

Officials said the no-TV rule is a precaution to make eating in outdoor restaurants as safe as possible, especially with the Super Bowl coming up.

  • LA Times
  • January 30 @ 11:56 am

When coronavirus invaded their tiny apartment, children desperately try to protect dad

In Los Angeles County, there is little mystery to the heaviest spread of the coronavirus. Where crowded housing is worst, the COVID-19 pandemic hits hardest.

  • LA Times
  • January 29 @ 8:00 am

When coronavirus invaded their tiny apartment, children desperately tried to protect dad

In Los Angeles County, there is little mystery to the heaviest spread of the coronavirus. Where crowded housing is worst, the COVID-19 pandemic hits hardest.

  • LA Times
  • January 29 @ 8:00 am

San Jose hospital executive disciplined after teachers allowed to get coronavirus vaccine

The executive, Chief Operating Officer Gary Purushotham, remains employed with the hospital, which is reviewing the incident, spokeswoman Sarah Sherwood said Wednesday.

  • LA Times
  • January 28 @ 5:23 pm

New coronavirus variants are an urgent threat. Here’s what you need to know

Scientists thought the U.K. variant was more transmissible, but evidence suggests those who have the virus are also more likely to die from it, Dr. Anthony Fauci says.

  • LA Times
  • January 25 @ 2:13 pm

Could a homegrown coronavirus strain be partly to blame for California’s surge?

California scientists have discovered a new coronavirus strain that appears to be propagating faster than any other variant in the Golden State.

  • LA Times
  • January 23 @ 8:00 am

How the ‘California miracle’ dissolved into a winter coronavirus nightmare

Experts say California’s brutal winter COVID-19 surge is largely driven by complacency on masking and distancing. One calls it ‘COVID resentment.’

  • LA Times
  • January 22 @ 9:00 am

Coronavirus variant found in Denmark is increasingly common in Northern California

It is not yet known whether the new coronavirus variant is more contagious, but it is becoming increasingly prevalent in Northern California.

  • LA Times
  • January 21 @ 7:29 pm

‘The end is not yet in sight’: Coronavirus danger remains even as some metrics improve, L.A. County say

Despite signs that COVID-19 may be receding, a top Los Angeles County official warned the situation remains precarious

  • LA Times
  • January 20 @ 7:45 pm

California hits 3 million coronavirus cases

Clearing the 3-million case mark means roughly one out of every 13 Californians has been infected at some point during the pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • January 19 @ 1:15 pm

California hits 3 million coronavirus cases; roughly 1 out of 13 in state have been infected

Clearing the 3-million case mark means roughly 1 out of every 13 Californians has been infected at some point during the pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • January 19 @ 1:15 pm

Another new coronavirus variant found across California, including L.A. County

As the number of coronavirus infections in California approaches 3 million, health officials said Sunday that a new strain — different from a highly contagious variant first identified in the U.K. — is popping up across the state.

  • LA Times
  • January 17 @ 11:20 pm

Total coronavirus cases in L.A. County top 1 million; more contagious strain found there

Los Angeles County surpassed 1 million coronavirus cases since recording its first infection nearly a year before.

  • LA Times
  • January 16 @ 5:57 pm

Forum to serve as a coronavirus vaccination distribution site

Health officials hope to eventually distribute up to 4,000 coronavirus vaccinations a day at the Forum in Inglewood.

  • LA Times
  • January 16 @ 12:30 am

Californians paying price for chaotic rollout of coronavirus vaccine, experts say

Health experts decry the chaotic rollout of the vaccine, but government says progress is on the way.

  • LA Times
  • January 14 @ 8:00 am

15 Kaiser San Jose patients test positive for coronavirus after Christmas Day outbreak

The news comes after an outbreak on Christmas Day, when an asymptomatic employee came to work in an inflatable holiday tree.

  • LA Times
  • January 13 @ 7:03 pm

How to do I get my coronavirus vaccine if I’m 65 and older? Here is what we know

Until now, vaccines had been reserved mostly for first responders and health care workers. But now, people 65 and over can also get vaccines. Here’s what the changes mean.

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  • January 13 @ 5:30 pm

How do I get my coronavirus vaccine if I’m 65 and older? Here is what we know

Until now, vaccines had been reserved mostly for first responders and health care workers. But now, people 65 and over can also get vaccines. Here’s what the changes mean.

  • LA Times
  • January 13 @ 5:30 pm

How close is California to bending the coronavirus curve?

The state has seen morgues filled, hospitals overwhelmed and oxygen in short supply. That is beginning to change, but it’s far from clear whether California is fully rebounding.

  • LA Times
  • January 13 @ 12:55 pm

Coronavirus stay-at-home order lifted for Greater Sacramento

The region is the first to emerge from the additional restrictions on businesses and activities imposed last month in hopes of blunting the coronavirus surge and shielding hospitals from an overwhelming influx of patients.

  • LA Times
  • January 12 @ 8:24 pm

Coronavirus surges beyond L.A.: Ventura, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara now hit hard

Coronavirus cases have surged in Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties, where demand for ICU beds could overwhelm the region’s supply.

  • LA Times
  • January 12 @ 8:00 am

Coronavirus surges up the coast: Ventura, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara now hit hard

Coronavirus cases have surged in Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties, where demand for ICU beds could overwhelm the region’s supply.

  • LA Times
  • January 12 @ 8:00 am

L.A. County faces ‘worst disaster’ in decades as coronavirus rages unchecked

“The end of this surge only happens when more people and more businesses take control and do the right thing,” Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said.

  • LA Times
  • January 11 @ 6:21 pm

Gorillas contract coronavirus at San Diego Zoo Safari Park

Multiple gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested positive for the virus. It’s believed they contracted it from an asymptomatic staff member.

  • LA Times
  • January 11 @ 4:54 pm

L.A. County will stop using Curative coronavirus test after concerns from the FDA

L.A. County will stop using Curative coronavirus test after concerns from FDA, but city of Los Angeles is sticking with it.

  • LA Times
  • January 10 @ 9:28 pm

How much worse will coronavirus crisis get in L.A. County? Here is what next few weeks could look like

The number of COVID-19 deaths in California and Los Angeles County is setting records almost daily. There is clear evidence that the post-Christmas holiday surge in cases is worsening.

  • LA Times
  • January 10 @ 9:00 am

Coronavirus outbreaks in San Diego County nursing homes hit record for fourth week in a row

Birdland facility becomes the site of the largest coronavirus outbreak among San Diego County facilities.

  • LA Times
  • January 9 @ 2:39 pm

L.A. County Christmas coronavirus surge worsening; coming days will be critical

On Thursday and Friday, L.A. County reported 18,764 coronavirus cases and 17,827 cases, respectively, significantly above the average over the last week.

  • LA Times
  • January 9 @ 11:49 am

Conflicting messages, essential work: Why Riverside coronavirus cases are skyrocketing

Amid a massive coronavirus surge across Southern California, Riverside County is experiencing some of the most dire conditions.

  • LA Times
  • January 8 @ 10:00 am

Coronavirus has slammed the Inland Empire with exceptional fury. Here is why

Amid a massive coronavirus surge across Southern California, Riverside County is experiencing some of the most dire conditions.

  • LA Times
  • January 8 @ 10:00 am

L.A. using coronavirus test that FDA warns may produce false negatives

The guidance appears to sharply contradict the position taken by Mayor Eric Garcetti, who opened up testing to anyone, whether or not they show symptoms.

  • LA Times
  • January 7 @ 7:06 pm

‘The virus is out of control’: 1 in 5 coronavirus tests are positive in L.A. County

Around Nov. 1, roughly the starting point of the current coronavirus wave, only about 1 of every 25 conducted tests confirmed an infection.

  • LA Times
  • January 7 @ 3:00 pm

1 in 5 coronavirus tests are positive in L.A. County, pointing to tough weeks ahead

Around Nov. 1, roughly the starting point of the current coronavirus wave, only about 1 of every 25 tests were positive

  • LA Times
  • January 7 @ 3:00 pm

Without urgent changes in behavior, L.A. County will lose its coronavirus battle, officials say

Worried public health officials said the region was losing its battle against COVID-19, adding that only immediate and decisive changes can prevent a steep rise in deaths.

  • LA Times
  • January 7 @ 7:00 am

California hits 2.5 million coronavirus cases, adding 1 million in less than a month

According to The Times tracker, 1 of every 16 people in the state has tested positive for the virus at some point during the pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • January 6 @ 6:27 pm

Thousands of L.A. health care workers sickened by coronavirus, worsening crisis in hospitals

More than 2,200 people who work at hospitals in L.A. County tested positive for the coronavirus in December alone.

  • LA Times
  • January 6 @ 8:00 am

Thousands of L.A. healthcare workers sickened by coronavirus, worsening crisis in hospitals

More than 2,200 people who work at hospitals in L.A. County tested positive for the coronavirus in December alone.

  • LA Times
  • January 6 @ 8:00 am

Millions in California coronavirus jobless benefits sent to out-of-state prisoners

California’s Employment Development Department sent more than $42 million in coronavirus benefits to prison inmates in other states, according to an analysis obtained by The Times.

  • LA Times
  • January 5 @ 8:01 pm

New, potentially more contagious variant of the coronavirus spreads in California

Officials in San Diego County on Tuesday reported a cumulative total of 32 cases of the new, potentially more contagious variant of the coronavirus that has also spread rapidly in England.

  • LA Times
  • January 5 @ 5:07 pm

Palm Springs police exposed to coronavirus after man spits on them

The man, who later tested positive for the coronavirus, spat at police officers who responded to a call about someone throwing things at vehicles.

  • LA Times
  • January 5 @ 1:59 pm

California posts another single-day record for new coronavirus cases: 74,000

California registered over 74,000 new coronavirus cases Monday — 11% more than the last record number logged in a single day.

  • LA Times
  • January 5 @ 5:00 am

Pink’s Hot Dogs shutters original stand amid coronavirus spike

As L.A. County experiences a massive virus surge, the 81-year-old hot dog stand at La Brea and Melrose avenues will close through at least March.

  • LA Times
  • January 4 @ 6:01 pm

‘They’re coming in younger and coming in sicker’ One hospital’s war with coronavirus

One of the largest hospitals in San Bernardino County ran out of ICU space two weeks ago amid an onslaught of coronavirus cases across Southern California

  • LA Times
  • January 4 @ 8:00 am

From Costco and Target to TV sitcom sets, L.A. workplaces emerge as likely pathways for coronavirus spread

Workplaces remain an area of growing concern, amid new outbreaks at retail establishments as well as other businesses deemed essential.

  • LA Times
  • January 4 @ 8:00 am

From Costco and Target to TV sitcom sets, L.A. workplaces hit with coronavirus outbreaks

Workplaces remain an area of growing concern, amid new outbreaks at retail establishments as well as other businesses deemed essential.

  • LA Times
  • January 4 @ 8:00 am

Dodger Stadium coronavirus testing site to reopen after changes made to address neighbors’ complaints

The coronavirus testing site at Dodger Stadium was closed for restructuring over the weekend in a bid to cut down on traffic, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • January 3 @ 2:43 pm

Coronavirus outbreak at Kaiser San Jose hospital infects 43 people

Officials are investigating whether the outbreak was affected by a staff member appearing in the emergency department on Christmas Day wearing an air-powered, holiday-themed costume.

  • LA Times
  • January 3 @ 12:20 am

New, possibly more contagious coronavirus strain detected in Big Bear

The new, potentially more contagious coronavirus strain that’s caused concern in Europe has been detected in Big Bear, officials announced Friday.

  • LA Times
  • January 2 @ 5:42 pm

LAX begins rapid coronavirus testing for travelers

Fliers who pre-book an appointment at the recently built lab, located across from Terminal 6, will receive results in three to five hours.

  • LA Times
  • December 31 @ 3:46 pm

How worried should California be about the new, potentially more contagious variant of coronavirus?

The first reported U.S. case of COVID-19 caused by the variant was detected in Colorado, and a second case was reported in San Diego.

  • LA Times
  • December 31 @ 1:29 pm

Coronavirus has besieged Filipino, Vietnamese Americans in Bay Area

The rate of new coronavirus cases among residents of Vietnamese and Filipino descent are rising faster than those of other Asian groups in Santa Clara County, officials say.

  • LA Times
  • December 31 @ 11:06 am

New, potentially more contagious coronavirus variant found in California, Newsom says

It’s unclear where precisely the variant was found, but Newsom said it was somewhere in Southern California.

  • LA Times
  • December 30 @ 7:37 am

While Southern California remains in coronavirus crisis, San Francisco seeing signs of hope

While Southern California remains in crisis over spiraling coronavirus cases that have pushed hospitals to the breaking point, the San Francisco Bay Area is beginning to show signs of improvement.

  • LA Times
  • December 29 @ 9:54 pm

California sees another 1-day coronavirus case record — and a small sign of hope

The state notched nearly 67,000 new coronavirus infections Monday, but the average daily number across a seven-day period is down from its peak.

  • LA Times
  • December 29 @ 11:03 am

L.A. County issues most dire coronavirus warnings yet: Hospitals in crisis as death toll surges toward 10,000

Medical centers across California have had to resort to keeping patients on ambulances and moving some who ought to be in the ICU to other areas.

  • LA Times
  • December 28 @ 3:44 pm

In East L.A., coronavirus has rewired the rhythms of daily life

Nearly every street corner holds some sign of the virus that has stolen lives, widened the wealth gap and rewired the rhythms of how we mourn, learn, work and worship.

  • LA Times
  • December 28 @ 8:00 am

Southern California will likely face extended stay-at-home order after holiday surge in coronavirus cases

State officials said Sunday that the region and others in California would likely have to remain under the order for several more weeks.

  • LA Times
  • December 27 @ 6:24 pm

More than 100 residents have the coronavirus at Escondido nursing home, state reports

As of Wednesday, Escondido Post Acute Rehab had 111 residents and 70 healthcare workers infected with the novel coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • December 26 @ 7:13 pm

A pregnancy loss, a coronavirus diagnosis and a recovery in isolation

A coronavirus diagnosis can essentially sentence a person to isolation, away from family, roommates and friends when they’re needed most.

  • LA Times
  • December 26 @ 1:58 pm

Are tattoos free speech that should override coronavirus restrictions? California artists say yes

Several California tattoo artists sued the state over mandated closures, saying their protected expression was unjustly limited.

  • LA Times
  • December 26 @ 10:00 am

Inland Empire becomes a coronavirus hot zone even as its leaders battle safety restrictions

The Inland Empire has become the epicenter of the COVID-19 spread even as officials sue the state to ease restrictions.

  • LA Times
  • December 24 @ 8:00 am

Inland Empire now California coronavirus hot zone even as its leaders battle safety restrictions

The Inland Empire has become the epicenter of the COVID-19 spread even as officials sue the state to ease restrictions.

  • LA Times
  • December 24 @ 8:00 am

California working on who will be next in line for the coronavirus vaccine

California’s community vaccine advisory committee is still hashing out its next phase for vaccine distribution prioritization.

  • LA Times
  • December 24 @ 12:25 am

California becomes the first state to surpass 2 million coronavirus cases

California becomes first state to surpass 2 million coronavirus cases

  • LA Times
  • December 23 @ 10:39 am

Coronavirus wave pushes California to brink of 2 million cases

The number of cases shows how widely the coronavirus is circulating statewide. Behaviors thought to be relatively safe weeks ago carry a higher risk of infection.

  • LA Times
  • December 22 @ 2:20 pm

New, more infectious strain of coronavirus worries California

Gov. Newsom says he’s been discussing new protocols with airlines and others to keep a new, more contagious strain of coronavirus out of California.

  • LA Times
  • December 22 @ 10:35 am

More than 10% of Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department personnel in coronavirus quarantine

More than 10% of Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department employees are currently in quarantine due to the coronavirus, a number officials attribute to the explosion of cases in the county.

  • LA Times
  • December 22 @ 12:56 am

Coronavirus stay-home orders likely to be extended in Southern California

Gov. Gavin Newsom has acknowledged that the coronavirus stay-at-home orders issued for Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley will likely need to be extended.

  • LA Times
  • December 21 @ 8:44 pm

Orange County obliterates coronavirus record as surging infections strain state hospitals

Orange County reports its highest daily number of coronavirus cases over the weekend.

  • LA Times
  • December 21 @ 2:33 pm

Gov. Gavin Newsom will enter quarantine again after coronavirus exposure

California Gov. Gavin Newsom will go into quarantine again for 10 days after being exposed to a staff member who tested positive for the coronavirus, his office said Sunday night.

  • LA Times
  • December 21 @ 1:58 am

With coronavirus spreading in L.A. County supermarkets, here are some tips for shopping safely

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued guidelines for shopping as safely as possible. Here are some of them.

  • LA Times
  • December 20 @ 12:55 pm

L.A. County grocery stores see unprecedented coronavirus infection rates

Grocery stores and other essential businesses have been hit hard by the coronavirus surge, further straining the front-line workers and services that need to stay open despite the stay-at-home order.

  • LA Times
  • December 20 @ 9:00 am

Supermarkets in L.A. County see unprecedented coronavirus infection rates

Grocery stores and other essential businesses have been hit hard by the coronavirus surge, further straining the front-line workers and services that need to stay open despite the stay-at-home order.

  • LA Times
  • December 20 @ 9:00 am

California continues to shatter coronavirus records, straining hospitals

California logged 53,326 new cases of the coronavirus Friday, according to a Times tally, topping the previous record of 52,330 cases set Wednesday.

  • LA Times
  • December 19 @ 2:12 pm

California breaks daily coronavirus case record again as deaths continue to rise

Friday’s 53,326 new coronavirus cases in California represented another single-day high, and more than 1,500 people have died in the last week — 7% of the state’s total COVID-19 deaths.

  • LA Times
  • December 19 @ 7:00 am

Garcetti plans to remain in office, says his 9-year-old daughter has coronavirus

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti said Thursday that he would remain in office, amid speculation that he would take a post with the Biden administration. He also said his 9-year-old daughter, Maya, had tested positive for the coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • December 17 @ 8:49 pm

Garcetti plans to remain in office and says his daughter, 9, has coronavirus

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti said he would remain in office, and added that his daughter tested positive for the coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • December 17 @ 8:49 pm

Long Beach police orchestrated a coronavirus super-spreader event, complaint alleges

A complaint alleges that a COVID-19 outbreak at the Long Beach Police Department is the result of a November gathering

  • LA Times
  • December 17 @ 6:22 pm

San Bernardino County sues Newsom over coronavirus restrictions

San Bernardino County has asked California’s highest court to overturn Gov. Gavin Newsom’s regional stay-at-home order before the end of the month.

  • LA Times
  • December 17 @ 4:58 pm

Orange County bishop tests positive for the coronavirus

Bishop Kevin Vann is experiencing mild symptoms and is isolating at his private home, the Diocese of Orange said in a statement.

  • LA Times
  • December 17 @ 3:13 pm

Skyrocketing coronavirus levels in California sewage points to rapid spread of virus in fall

Sewage data analyzed in Silicon Valley wastewater treatment plants confirms that the latest wave of coronavirus infections is sharply worse than the ones in the spring and summer.

  • LA Times
  • December 17 @ 11:22 am

Skyrocketing coronavirus levels in California sewage point to rapid spread of virus

Sewage data analyzed in Silicon Valley wastewater treatment plants confirms that the latest wave of coronavirus infections is sharply worse than the ones in the spring and summer.

  • LA Times
  • December 17 @ 11:22 am

What the ‘tamale poll’ says about coronavirus, Christmas and large gatherings

Tamaleros say they aren’t selling as they did in years past, possibly meaning fewer family gatherings this year

  • LA Times
  • December 16 @ 8:00 am

With vaccine, California enters new phase in the coronavirus pandemic

But while the vaccine offers promise, it comes as the U.S. is facing the darkest moment of the coronavirus crisis. On Monday, the U.S. death toll topped 300,000, and California, like much of the nation, is in the throes of the worst wave of the disease.

  • LA Times
  • December 15 @ 8:00 am

California again shatters single-day coronavirus case record: more than 42,000 cases

A Los Angeles Times county-by-county tally tallied 42,129 coronavirus cases across the state Monday. That’s the first time more than 40,000 cases have been reported by the state’s local health agencies in a single day.

  • LA Times
  • December 15 @ 2:17 am

Coronavirus numbers for inmates soar across the state

Coronavirus outbreaks are hitting more than a dozen prisons across the state, as community medical systems teeter on the brink of capacity.

  • LA Times
  • December 12 @ 9:00 am

Coronavirus outbreaks at Foster Farms plants make a comeback

A union official called the new outbreak at a Foster Farms poultry plant in Livingston a “sequel to a real-life horror story.” And a plant in Fresno briefly shut down after nearly 200 workers tested positive.

  • LA Times
  • December 12 @ 8:00 am

ICU capacity explained: What to know about a key coronavirus metric in California

Public health officials are anxiously tracking the capacity of intensive care units as coronavirus case numbers surge. Why is that metric important?

  • LA Times
  • December 11 @ 2:22 pm

Despite calls for help, school districts fend for themselves on campus coronavirus tests

Massive, regular coronavirus testing could help K-12 schools reopen and stay open, but so far California has been unwilling to recommend it or pay for it.

  • LA Times
  • December 11 @ 8:00 am

L.A. County coronavirus surges hitting both upscale suburbs as well as the inner city

COVID-19 spikes hitting both upscale suburbs of L.A. County as well as the inner city

  • LA Times
  • December 11 @ 7:00 am

L.A. County coronavirus surges hit upscale suburbs as well as the inner city

COVID-19 spikes spill into dozens of L.A. County communities in the San Gabriel Valley, South Bay, the Westside and central L.A.

  • LA Times
  • December 11 @ 7:00 am

L.A. County suspends some parking fines amid coronavirus spike, stay-at-home order

The Sheriff’s Department will stop enforcing street-sweeping parking restrictions in unincorporated L.A. County as residents are urged to stay home.

  • LA Times
  • December 10 @ 1:26 pm

San Francisco could run out of ICU beds in 17 days if coronavirus infection rate continues

San Francisco health officials urge residents to stay home, calling it “probably the most important message” since the pandemic began.

  • LA Times
  • December 9 @ 6:03 pm

First child in L.A. County dies from coronavirus-linked MIS-C illness

Experts have yet to unlock the connection between the coronavirus and MIS-C, but doctors say COVID infections spike is tied to uptick in MIS-C cases.

  • LA Times
  • December 9 @ 5:31 pm

California has its most coronavirus deaths in a single day as cases, hospitalizations continue to surge

More Californians died from COVID-19 on Tuesday than any other day on record, the latest milestone reached amid an accelerating pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • December 9 @ 4:24 pm

Column: What in tarnation is going on with Southern California sheriffs and coronavirus?

Sheriffs in Southern California are turning out to be Keystone corona-Kops during the COVID-19 pandemic, failing to bring law and order to their counties.

  • LA Times
  • December 9 @ 9:00 am

California coronavirus cases spike to new daily high. ‘This is the start of the Thanksgiving bump’

California reported 34,490 new coronavirus cases Monday, much higher than any daily number seen during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • December 8 @ 2:27 pm

‘Thanksgiving bump’ sends California to record 35,400 coronavirus cases, 219 deaths

California reported 34,490 new coronavirus cases Monday, much more than on any previous day during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • December 8 @ 2:27 pm

California coronavirus shutdown will last through Christmas as daily cases explode past 33,000

Roughly 240,000 Californians have tested positive for the virus in the last 14 days, and about 112 have died of COVID-19 each day over the last week.

  • LA Times
  • December 7 @ 1:46 pm

California coronavirus shutdown will last through Christmas as deaths explode past 20,000

Roughly 240,000 Californians have tested positive for the virus in the last 14 days, and about 112 have died of COVID-19 each day over the last week.

  • LA Times
  • December 7 @ 1:46 pm

California coronavirus shutdown will last through Christmas as hospitalizations surge past 10,000

Roughly 240,000 Californians have tested positive for the virus in the last 14 days, and about 112 have died from COVID each day over the last week.

  • LA Times
  • December 7 @ 1:46 pm

Coronavirus changes everything about Virgen de Guadalupe procession but participants’ devotion

Nearly everything about Sunday’s 89th annual Virgen de Guadalupe procession and Mass was different from the year before: a new location, at the San Gabriel Mission, a scant crowd and social distancing.

  • LA Times
  • December 6 @ 10:30 pm

In an alarming new record, daily coronavirus cases surpass 10,500 in L.A. County

L.A. County has seen an unprecedented spike in coronavirus cases. The region likely has not yet hit its peak as people infected over Thanksgiving fall ill.

  • LA Times
  • December 6 @ 5:00 pm

Column: This Mexican nerd’s guide to coronavirus lockdown reading

Forget the ugly-sweater parties. Grab a to-go coffee and shelter in place with these excellent books, columnist Gustavo Arellano writes.

  • LA Times
  • December 6 @ 9:00 am

California and L.A. County are breaking coronavirus records faster than projected

As a new stay-at-home order came for much of California, daily new coronavirus cases in Los Angeles County are increasing at an even faster pace than officials had forecast earlier in the week.

  • LA Times
  • December 5 @ 9:35 pm

A struggling recycling industry faces new crisis with coronavirus

Still reeling from the loss of foreign markets, waste recyclers are facing new perils due to coronavirus and the falling price for new plastics

  • LA Times
  • December 5 @ 9:00 am

L.A. County provides at-home coronavirus testing in pilot program

The home-testing pilot program for L.A. County residents runs through Jan. 15 and is designed to reduce COVID-19 spread through the holidays.

  • LA Times
  • December 4 @ 4:58 pm

California reports more than 21,900 new coronavirus cases, setting a stunning new single-day record

Over the last week, California has averaged 17,007 new COVID-19 cases a day, a substantial increase.

  • LA Times
  • December 4 @ 2:05 pm

L.A. County breaks single-day coronavirus case record as new restrictions loom

The same day state officials unveiled new guidelines that soon could subject the county to additional COVID-19 restrictions, the county recorded its highest single-day case count.

  • LA Times
  • December 3 @ 8:00 pm

How did you quarantine or isolate from others after being exposed to coronavirus?

We want to hear from people who may have found it tough to isolate from family or roommates after testing positive or being exposed to the coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • December 3 @ 3:06 pm

Hawaii police arrest couple who boarded flight despite testing positive for coronavirus

The couple tested positive and were instructed not to board their scheduled flight. They got on the flight anyway and were arrested when they arrived in Hawaii.

  • LA Times
  • December 2 @ 11:52 pm

Coronavirus hospitalizations surge to unprecedented heights as California considers drastic steps

The number of Californians hospitalized with coronavirus surged to a record high for a fourth straight day — soaring above 8,000 amid continued concerns that a sustained spike in patients may eventually swamp the state’s healthcare system.

  • LA Times
  • December 2 @ 5:42 pm

Coronavirus hospitalizations surge to unprecedented level as L.A. announces stay-at-home rules

The number of Californians hospitalized with coronavirus surged to a record high for a fourth straight day — soaring above 8,000 amid continued concerns that a sustained spike in patients may eventually swamp the state’s healthcare system.

  • LA Times
  • December 2 @ 5:42 pm

CSU extends application deadlines, citing student coronavirus hardships

The CSU extends its application deadline to Dec. 15 to ease the burden on students facing admissions challenges caused by COVID-19.

  • LA Times
  • December 1 @ 5:20 pm

Senior care platform Kare hiring, expanding footprint to coronavirus hotspots

The Houston startup plans to double its headcount over the coming year, its chief executive said.

  • BizJournals
  • December 1 @ 2:20 pm

Officials scramble to reopen Union Station coronavirus testing site after film shoot shut it down

Coronavirus testing at the Union Station site was shut down after filming of a “She’s All That” remake was approved at the railway station. Filming will go on as planned, but officials are working to reopen testing at that location.

  • LA Times
  • December 1 @ 2:05 am

Filming of ‘She’s All That’ remake halts coronavirus testing at Union Station. Officials try to r

Coronavirus testing at the Union Station site was shut down after filming of a “She’s All That” remake was approved there. Officials are working to reopen testing.

  • LA Times
  • December 1 @ 2:05 am

L.A. County surpasses 400,000 coronavirus cases, hits record number of hospitalizations

L.A. County at ‘most difficult moment in the pandemic’ as hospitals fill up, cases soar

  • LA Times
  • November 30 @ 8:14 pm

A coronavirus cat-astrophe: Orange County’s first cat cafe forced to close amid pandemic

Catmosphere Laguna closed over the weekend after coronavirus restrictions made it impossible to make ends meet, owner Gail Allyn Landau said.

  • LA Times
  • November 30 @ 6:11 pm

Coronavirus restrictions take hold across California as hospitalizations hit record territory

Public health officials in some counties are warning that unless the coronavirus surge can be stopped, hospitals could run out of beds in weeks.

  • LA Times
  • November 30 @ 1:47 pm

Riverside County election workers quarantined after some test positive for the coronavirus

The county is still on track to meet its election certification deadline this week, the registrar of voters said.

  • LA Times
  • November 30 @ 1:27 pm

State sets pandemic record as coronavirus wave begins to crash into California hospitals

There are more COVID patients in California hospitals than ever before in the pandemic, sparking a race to tamp down the increase before the healthcare system is overwhelmed.

  • LA Times
  • November 29 @ 4:53 pm

Coronavirus hospitalizations worsen in California, raising new alarms

The number of people hospitalized with coronavirus infections in California has doubled in the last two weeks and is rapidly headed to breaking past its summertime high, according to a Times analysis.

  • LA Times
  • November 28 @ 9:00 am

Concordia University coronavirus ‘outbreak’ attributed to more than 50 ‘false positives’

The number of infected dropped from more than 60 to six

  • LA Times
  • November 25 @ 8:25 pm

‘Getting worse each day’: 1 in 145 L.A. County residents can infect others with the coronavirus

One out of every 145 people in L.A. County is infectious COVID-19, officials said — a drastic jump from two months ago, when the rate was about 1 in 880.

  • LA Times
  • November 25 @ 5:29 pm

California shatters coronavirus records as surge worsens

The state recorded 20,654 coronavirus cases Monday, surpassing a record of 13,400. L.A. County recorded more than 6,000 new cases, also a record.

  • LA Times
  • November 24 @ 9:59 am

Coronavirus outbreak at Concordia University infects 49 students, 16 employees

A coronavirus outbreak at Concordia University in Irvine has infected over 60 people. The school cancels athletic practices, urges against Thanksgiving travel.

  • LA Times
  • November 23 @ 1:13 pm

As coronavirus cases surge again, ICE leaders push to detain more immigrants

At the same time, advocates are urging California leaders to stop transfers from state prisons and jails to ICE custody and exercise public health oversight.

  • LA Times
  • November 23 @ 8:00 am

L.A. County suspends outdoor dining at restaurants as coronavirus surges

L.A. County public health officials on Saturday announced they will issue an order suspending outdoor dining at restaurants amid a surge of new coronavirus cases.

  • LA Times
  • November 22 @ 6:29 pm

Protesters demonstrate in Huntington Beach in defiance of coronavirus curfew

Protesters gathered Saturday at Huntington Beach Pier in defiance of the state’s coronavirus curfew that went into effect at 10 p.m.

  • LA Times
  • November 22 @ 3:59 pm

Daily California coronavirus cases triple as pandemic dramatically worsens

The coronavirus is infecting more Californians daily than at any other point in the COVID-19 pandemic, raising concerns about a peak in deaths by Christmas.

  • LA Times
  • November 22 @ 10:29 am

L.A. County on brink of additional restrictions with more than 4,500 new coronavirus cases

Another round of distressing COVID-19 case numbers has Los Angeles teetering on the brink of further restrictions to slow the spread of the virus — including the likely shutdown of outdoor restaurant dining.

  • LA Times
  • November 21 @ 11:30 pm

Coronavirus curfew: Here’s how law enforcement agencies will — or won’t — enforce it

Many Southern California policing agencies say they will take an education-first approach to the state’s new limited stay-at-home order.

  • LA Times
  • November 21 @ 10:00 am

Daily California coronavirus cases surpass 13,000 three times this week, a record

California has seen four consecutive days with at least 10,000 newly confirmed coronavirus cases, a stretch unlike any in the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • November 20 @ 2:23 pm

California coronavirus cases hit record for 2nd time this week amid new restrictions

California has seen four consecutive days with at least 10,000 newly confirmed coronavirus cases, a stretch unlike any in the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • November 20 @ 2:23 pm

Cal Lutheran reports coronavirus outbreak after students hold off-campus party

Twenty-five students at Cal Lutheran tested positive for the virus, university officials said.

  • LA Times
  • November 19 @ 3:10 pm

California at a coronavirus crossroads as average number of new cases hits record high

California has never experienced sustained daily coronavirus case counts this high — even during the mid-summer COVID-19 surge.

  • LA Times
  • November 19 @ 12:14 pm

L.A. County reports over 5,000 new coronavirus infections, shattering daily record

The state, on average, has recorded more than 10,000 new cases each day over the past week — an unprecedented figure that has more than tripled from a month ago.

  • LA Times
  • November 19 @ 12:14 pm

Are you a California healthcare worker dealing with the surge in coronavirus cases?

We want to hear from healthcare workers in California currently dealing with the latest surge in coronavirus cases.

  • LA Times
  • November 18 @ 1:31 pm

Why the third wave of the coronavirus could be the most difficult for California

As holidays approach and COVID-19 figures rise, California shows the danger of a lack of discipline and a yearning to get back to normal.

  • LA Times
  • November 18 @ 12:29 pm

Why the third wave of coronavirus could be the most difficult for California

As holidays approach and COVID-19 figures rise, California shows the danger of a lack of discipline and a yearning to get back to normal.

  • LA Times
  • November 18 @ 12:29 pm

LAX launches on-site coronavirus testing for fliers

LAX is rolling out on-site coronavirus testing for fliers as officials advise against unnecessary travel and cases spike across Southern California.

  • LA Times
  • November 17 @ 3:18 pm

Young people spreading coronavirus in L.A., but older and sicker suffer the most

L.A. County’s adjusted coronavirus case rate has nearly doubled, from 7.6 new cases per 100,000 residents last week to 13.7 this week.

  • LA Times
  • November 17 @ 12:43 pm

Young people are spreading coronavirus in L.A., but older and sicker suffer the most

L.A. County’s adjusted coronavirus case rate has nearly doubled, from 7.6 new cases per 100,000 residents last week to 13.7 this week.

  • LA Times
  • November 17 @ 12:43 pm

State issues coronavirus safety fine to Farmer John plant in Vernon

State officials said the company and its temporary staffing agency failed to provide PPE, require physical distancing or train employees in ways to avoid infection.

  • LA Times
  • November 16 @ 6:03 pm

San Francisco further tightens reopening after ‘explosion’ of new coronavirus cases

San Francisco on Monday moved from California’s least restrictive tier for reopening to the second-most prohibitive one because of a surge in COVID-19 cases.

  • LA Times
  • November 16 @ 5:49 pm

New restrictions in San Francisco Bay Area after ‘explosion’ of new coronavirus cases

San Francisco on Monday moved from California’s least restrictive tier for reopening to the second-most prohibitive one. Other Bay Area counties also much impose new restrictions.

  • LA Times
  • November 16 @ 5:49 pm

Daily California coronavirus cases nearly double in 2 weeks

The number of those infected with COVID-19 who are ill enough to require hospitalization is up roughly 49% in the same time span.

  • LA Times
  • November 16 @ 2:51 pm

California faces new wave of restrictions and business limitations amid coronavirus surge

Weekly coronavirus cases have doubled in the last month around California. Officials are trying to slow this latest spike while minimizing further business closures.

  • LA Times
  • November 16 @ 11:11 am

L.A. County sees highest number of coronavirus cases in one day since the summer

Officials reported nearly 3,800 new cases of the coronavirus on Saturday, the highest number of confirmed cases in one day since July.

  • LA Times
  • November 14 @ 7:47 pm

California coronavirus surge worsens, prompting new pleas to avoid travel

A travel advisory issued Friday encourages Californians to stay local and avoid nonessential travel, and asks those who arrive from another state or country to self-quarantine for 14 days.

  • LA Times
  • November 14 @ 8:00 am

How should Thanksgiving be celebrated in a coronavirus pandemic? Officials urge staying home

As cases surge in California, officials are sounding the alarm about travel and gatherings for the upcoming holiday.

  • LA Times
  • November 13 @ 1:54 pm

It started with one sick woman in San Jose. Now, the coronavirus has spread to 1 million Californians

California joined Texas as the first states to confirm 1 million coronavirus cases. The grim milestone comes just before Thanksgiving.

  • LA Times
  • November 13 @ 8:00 am

Photos: California hits 1 million coronavirus cases

California is the second state after Texas to reach 1 million confirmed coronavirus cases.

  • LA Times
  • November 12 @ 6:24 pm

California hits 1 million coronavirus cases as L.A. County urges travel quarantine

COVID-19 infections in California are racing upward at a level not seen since the summer and health officials are warning dire action must be taken.

  • LA Times
  • November 12 @ 5:59 pm

California faces winter of misery as coronavirus spreading like ‘fire’

As California approaches 1 million COVID-19 cases, officials fear more hospitalizations and deaths, and debate more intense measures to slow the rate.

  • LA Times
  • November 12 @ 10:34 am

Florida Blue invests in USF’s coronavirus tracking efforts

The donation will go toward a forecasting and planning model used in Florida.

  • BizJournals
  • November 12 @ 7:03 am

Southern California holiday lights displays change, adapt to coronavirus restrictions

The annual Candy Cane Lane event in El Segundo has been canceled, while others have adapted with social distancing measures.

  • LA Times
  • November 11 @ 5:07 pm

New coronavirus surge pushes California to the brink of 1 million cases

With California’s COVID-19 case count up, officials are concerned about what may come next: Hospitalizations and deaths are lagging indicators of coronavirus spread.

  • LA Times
  • November 11 @ 3:22 pm

L.A. County reports 2,318 more coronavirus cases, 25 additional deaths

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer expressed optimism about early indications that Pfizer vaccine is 90% effective, but urged residents to “stay the course” as cases surge.

  • LA Times
  • November 10 @ 10:07 pm

Fresno mayor-elect tests positive for coronavirus

Jerry Dyer said he was exposed after attending a “small dinner” on election night with county Supervisor Steve Brandau, who tested positive for the virus.

  • LA Times
  • November 10 @ 9:18 pm

San Francisco, facing a coronavirus uptick, shuts down indoor dining again

San Francisco is halting indoor dining again, reducing capacity at gyms and theaters, but is allowing many schools to remain open — for now.

  • LA Times
  • November 10 @ 6:20 pm

Disneyland announces more furloughs, blames California coronavirus rules

Now that it’s clear Disneyland and California Adventure won’t reopen soon, the resort says it will furlough many workers it had recently brought back.

  • LA Times
  • November 10 @ 4:57 pm

As coronavirus surges in California, more counties expected to restrict reopenings

Gov. Gavin Newsom warned that some California counties will likely slide back to more restrictive tiers in the state’s reopening system Tuesday.

  • LA Times
  • November 10 @ 1:41 pm

Amid coronavirus surge in California, 11 counties fall backward in reopening plans

In the unprecedented regression, San Diego County was among those that fell backward in the state’s reopening tiers Tuesday.

  • LA Times
  • November 10 @ 1:41 pm

As California nears 1 million coronavirus cases, Thanksgiving threatens new super-spreading danger

Health experts continue to warn against gatherings with anyone outside your household during the holidays.

  • LA Times
  • November 10 @ 12:14 pm

A cancer survivor, he joined a coronavirus vaccine trial. He was part of Pfizer breakthrough

Father and daughter partook in a vaccine trial at Kaiser hospital. On Monday, Pfizer announced its success

  • LA Times
  • November 10 @ 9:00 am

Banks: A cancer survivor, he joined a coronavirus vaccine trial. He was part of Pfizer breakthrough

Father and daughter partook in a vaccine trial at Kaiser hospital. On Monday, Pfizer announced its success

  • LA Times
  • November 10 @ 9:00 am

Coronavirus surge in L.A. County coincides with more large gatherings

As health officials continue to warn against spreading the virus, tens of thousands took to the streets after Joe Biden was announced president-elect.

  • LA Times
  • November 9 @ 1:34 pm

L.A. County coronavirus cases are increasing, and so are gatherings: ‘People are letting their guard downR

As health officials continue to warn against spreading the virus, tens of thousands took to the streets after Joe Biden was announced president-elect.

  • LA Times
  • November 9 @ 1:34 pm

L.A. County declares new coronavirus surge, sparking increased alarms

During the most recent seven-day period that ended Sunday, Los Angeles County reported more than 13,000 cases, a 38% jump from the previous week and the highest number of weekly cases in more than two months.

  • LA Times
  • November 9 @ 1:34 pm

Coronavirus continues to spread in Los Angeles County at summer levels

Coronavirus infections continued to rise in Los Angeles County at levels seen during the summer surge, fueling warnings that the street celebrations over the weekend news of the election results could easily increase the spread.

  • LA Times
  • November 8 @ 9:14 pm

Coronavirus is again stalking California, but there is still time to prevent a ‘third wave’

While California has started to see a rise in coronavirus cases, the pace of increase is still far milder than the rest of the United States.

  • LA Times
  • November 8 @ 11:59 am

Churches shut down by coronavirus offer refuge to immigrants released from detention

A growing number of immigrants are finding refuge in churches rendered empty by the pandemic

  • LA Times
  • November 8 @ 8:00 am

As holiday season nears, coronavirus cases spike in L.A. County

More than 2,100 new coronavirus cases were reported Friday. It’s the first time the county has seen that level since mid-August.

  • LA Times
  • November 7 @ 12:53 am

Column: In Orange County, pretending coronavirus is fake news wins you elections

Candidates in Orange County show that playing down the coronavirus crisis will help you win elections.

  • LA Times
  • November 6 @ 8:00 am

Fresno County Board of Supervisors to quarantine after staff member tests positive for coronavirus

Representatives for the Fresno County Board of Supervisors didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment from The Times, but the Fresno Bee reported that a county supervisor recently tested positive for the coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • November 6 @ 12:45 am

L.A. County coronavirus cases hit highest daily level in three months

Over the last two days, health officials have announced roughly 3,900 new coronavirus cases in the county. The last time the daily case count was this high was Aug. 15, according to The Times’ tracker.

  • LA Times
  • November 5 @ 10:04 am

L.A. County sees another big jump in daily coronavirus cases

Los Angeles County reported its highest single daily case count not tied to a backlog since late August.

  • LA Times
  • November 5 @ 10:04 am

Voting in the time of coronavirus: Some tips to cast your ballot safely

Although everyone should remain wary of the threat posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, there are procedures to make in-person voting as safe as possible.

  • LA Times
  • November 3 @ 11:26 am

L.A. County’s hope for fast reopening fades as coronavirus cases continue to climb

Health officials say it’s unlikely Los Angeles County will see any movement on the state’s reopening tiers in the coming weeks.

  • LA Times
  • November 2 @ 6:43 pm

California coronavirus cases outpaced by Texas, but state warns not to let guard down

California has escaped the glaring spikes seen in many parts of the U.S., but health officials warn residents and businesses to keep up the vigilance.

  • LA Times
  • November 2 @ 2:27 pm

L.A. County reports 1,590 coronavirus cases, 4 deaths amid rise in Southern California infections

Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties are all reporting increases in case rate.

  • LA Times
  • November 1 @ 7:15 pm

God, masks and Trump: What a coronavirus outbreak at a California church says about the election

The Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry caused a super-spreader event in Redding.

  • LA Times
  • November 1 @ 9:00 am

L.A. County reports 1,326 coronavirus cases and 15 deaths, urges people to avoid Halloween gatherings

Los Angeles County public health officials on Saturday issued a renewed plea for residents to celebrate Halloween safely,

  • LA Times
  • October 31 @ 5:59 pm

With coronavirus cases rising and holidays ahead, Halloween marks a dangerous crossroads

Health experts are warning Californians not to let their collective guard down, as they did with Memorial Day gatherings.

  • LA Times
  • October 31 @ 8:00 am

Amid coronavirus uptick, San Francisco pauses further reopenings

Indoor restaurants, places of worship, movie theaters and museums will remain at 25% capacity, and indoor pools, bowling alleys and locker rooms at fitness centers will remain closed.

  • LA Times
  • October 30 @ 3:41 pm

Coronavirus roundup: Sunnyvale boosts downtown with major retail openings

The city of Sunnyvale opened a new AMC Theater and Whole Foods at CityLine Sunnyvale, continuing a long-in-the-works effort to transform its central business district into a new downtown.

  • BizJournals
  • October 30 @ 9:23 am

New coronavirus spike in L.A. County brings new alarms

Officials announced the highest one-day increase in cases not connected to a reporting backlog since August.

  • LA Times
  • October 29 @ 7:17 pm

Coronavirus spike in L.A. County brings new alarms

Officials announced the highest one-day increase in cases not connected to a reporting backlog since August.

  • LA Times
  • October 29 @ 7:17 pm

Coronavirus is more widespread in Orange County than reported, study shows

In the study, 11.5% of a testing group was found to have antibodies for the coronavirus. Just under 1.9% of the county has had confirmed cases.

  • LA Times
  • October 29 @ 12:56 pm

Coronavirus is far more widespread in Orange County than reported, study shows

In the study, 11.5% of a testing group was found to have antibodies for the coronavirus. Just under 1.9% of the county has had confirmed cases.

  • LA Times
  • October 29 @ 12:56 pm

Coronavirus nearly 7 times more widespread in Orange County than reported, study shows

In the study, 11.5% of a testing group was found to have antibodies for the coronavirus. Just under 1.9% of the county has had confirmed cases.

  • LA Times
  • October 29 @ 12:56 pm

People who partied after Dodgers, Lakers victories need to get coronavirus test, mayor says

Health officials have warned that large gatherings celebrating the Dodgers’ and Lakers’ championship seasons are fueling a surge in coronavirus cases.

  • LA Times
  • October 29 @ 10:41 am

Southern California counties see surge in new coronavirus cases

The average numbers of new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 residents in four counties — Imperial, San Bernardino, Riverside and Los Angeles — are currently among the highest in the state.

  • LA Times
  • October 27 @ 5:46 pm

As Dodgers and Lakers win, coronavirus spreads at celebrations, alarming health officials

Social and public gatherings are one of several reasons why Southern California remains stuck in a coronavirus limbo, experts say.

  • LA Times
  • October 27 @ 12:04 pm

‘The virus doesn’t take a break’: L.A. County nears new milestones in coronavirus cases, deaths

Los Angeles County is on the brink of surpassing 300,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 7,000 deaths.

  • LA Times
  • October 26 @ 12:44 pm

L.A. County reports 830 coronavirus cases and 4 deaths

Los Angeles County public health officials on Sunday reported 830 new coronavirus cases and four related deaths. The lower number of fatalities reflects weekend reporting delays, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • October 25 @ 6:27 pm

California surpasses 900,000 coronavirus cases; L.A. County approaches 300,000

Across the state’s 58 counties, Los Angeles County remains by far the hardest hit, with nearly 300,000 cases and 6,989 deaths.

  • LA Times
  • October 24 @ 8:52 pm

Backlog in reporting of test results swells coronavirus case count in L.A. County

Of the 3,600 new coronavirus infections reported in L.A. County on Thursday, officials said roughly 2,000 were from a backlog of tests.

  • LA Times
  • October 23 @ 1:07 pm

Coronavirus may have paused Tampa Bay’s apartment market, but it’s ‘ramping back up quite rapidly

Covid-influenced real estate market disruption is leading investors to stable havens.

  • BizJournals
  • October 23 @ 5:00 am

L.A. County to ease some coronavirus rules, though a wide reopening remains elusive

The changes — expected this week — will allow family entertainment centers to open outdoors; eliminate a requirement that customers at wineries and breweries have to make reservations; and remove the food requirement for wineries.

  • LA Times
  • October 21 @ 6:39 pm

Tech office leasing resilient during coronavirus crisis — how L.A.’s tech scene has fared

The sector’s share of U.S. office-leasing activity in the first half of the year slipped to 20% — down just one percentage point from the same time frame last year.

  • BizJournals
  • October 21 @ 3:32 pm

California has escaped the national surge in coronavirus cases. But new dangers lie ahead

Experts warn of pandemic fatigue and complacency with the approaching holidays, which have the potential to be super-spreading events.

  • LA Times
  • October 21 @ 11:30 am

Riverside County falls back a coronavirus tier; state to focus on Southern California

California health officials will devote additional resources to curb coronavirus transmission rates in Riverside, L.A. and San Bernardino counties.

  • LA Times
  • October 20 @ 4:50 pm

Younger adults still driving coronavirus spread in L.A. County

Adults ages 18-49 continue to account for most of the coronavirus cases in L.A. County, perhaps because they are less likely to follow restrictions.

  • LA Times
  • October 20 @ 1:00 pm

L.A. County health officials report 953 new coronavirus cases, 10 related deaths

Los Angeles County health officials reported 10 new deaths related to the novel coronavirus and 953 new positive cases.

  • LA Times
  • October 17 @ 6:57 pm

About 110,000 Californians have bought a gun since the coronavirus arrived, study says

About 110,000 Californians have purchased a firearm since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, including about 47,000 first-time gun owners, a survey finds.

  • LA Times
  • October 17 @ 1:58 pm

Officials fear Halloween could become super-spreader horror show as L.A. County coronavirus infections rise

L.A. city and county officials are asking residents to be creative in their Halloween celebrations and to avoid trick-or-treating.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 11:52 am

Coronavirus transmission rate grows in L.A. County

Los Angeles County’s projected COVID-19 transmission rate has crept up, according to new modeling from the county.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 5:01 pm

USF develops comprehensive coronavirus map detailing ZIP codes, nursing homes and on-campus cases

“This is what libraries are supposed to do; to have an archives repository and have researchers have access to valuable data.”

  • BizJournals
  • October 14 @ 1:37 pm

Beverly Hills bans trick-or-treating, citing coronavirus risks

Beverly Hills’ decision came the same day state health officials released new guidelines advising Californians to skip trick-or-treating this year.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 11:03 am

Coronavirus outbreaks tied to gatherings, workplaces keep L.A. County from reopening

Although L.A. County remains at a standstill, a handful of counties were given the green light Tuesday by state health officials for further reopenings.

  • LA Times
  • October 13 @ 5:27 pm

UC San Diego ends up with 5,000 fewer dorm students than projected, primarily because of coronavirus

The university also disclosed last week that the COVID-19 financial losses it expects to suffer will be about $200 million for 2020 and 2021.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 12:28 am

L.A. County reports 971 new coronavirus cases, 3 deaths

The county has logged a total of 282,135 cases of the virus, and 6,711 people have died. Officials continued to report encouraging signs of progress.

  • LA Times
  • October 11 @ 6:09 pm

L.A. County health officials report 1,285 new coronavirus cases and an additional 28 deaths

In 72% of the new cases, those who tested positive were under 50 years old, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • October 10 @ 8:34 pm

How the coronavirus is changing L.A. County’s waste stream

The coronavirus outbreak has indelibly imprinted itself on life in Los Angeles — down to the composition of trash washing up on its beaches.

  • LA Times
  • October 9 @ 4:30 pm

Coronavirus could worsen in winter, remain major threat through 2021, Fauci says

Dr. Anthony Fauci warns the U.S. could be in for a hard winter if coronavirus infections don’t come down, during a talk at the Berkeley Forum.

  • LA Times
  • October 9 @ 1:48 pm

Coronavirus numbers are rising again in some parts of California, but it’s too early to call it a new surge

As the state continues to reopen its economy with a tiered strategy launched just more than a month ago, some counties have seen an uptick in coronavirus cases.

  • LA Times
  • October 9 @ 7:00 am

Coronavirus outbreaks ravage nursing homes again, even after Newsom safety measures

Nursing homes were ground zero for coronavirus infections and deaths early in the pandemic. Now some are grappling again with widespread infections and deaths.

  • LA Times
  • October 8 @ 3:26 pm

Staff member in California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office tests positive for coronavirus

An office staff member for Gov. Gavin Newsom and another state employee have tested positive for COVID-19, a spokesman says.

  • LA Times
  • October 7 @ 1:32 pm

The coronavirus waiting game: It can take days for symptoms to appear, longer for severe illness

While most people only experience mild or no symptoms at all from coronavirus infection, it can take roughly a week or so before severe illness strikes for those who do end up experiencing life-threatening symptoms.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 4:58 pm

California’s coronavirus death toll inches toward 16,000

Nearly eight months after California recorded its first official coronavirus-related fatality, the state death toll from COVID-19 inears 16,000

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 4:04 pm

Biden ‘not out of the woods yet’ for coronavirus, expert says, despite negative test

It could be days before Joe Biden and his wife can be sure they were not infected, according to a UC Berkeley infectious disease expert.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 2:54 pm

Biden ‘not out of the woods yet’ for coronavirus, experts say, despite negative test

It could be days before Joe Biden and his wife can be sure they were not infected, according to medical experts.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 2:54 pm

Column: Welcome to the Latino coronavirus club, President Trump. Get well

In the 92704 ZIP Code in Santa Ana, Latino residents have seen the coronavirus hit their community hard. They wish President Trump well but hopes he’s learning a lesson.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 2:11 pm

Airlines look to help ailing industry with coronavirus testing at airports (but it’s not a cure-all)

Airlines are pushing an idea intended to breathe new life into the travel industry: coronavirus tests that passengers can take before boarding a flight.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 7:00 am

In the age of coronavirus, a 95-year-old World War II hero is honored very carefully

A World War II veteran was awarded a Bronze Star 76 years after surviving a harrowing battle. The ceremony, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, was a hopeful event at the 95-year-old’s Thousand Oaks retirement village.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 8:00 am

L.A. Unified’s high-stakes bet that untested start-up can run its coronavirus testing program

The success of L.A. Unified’s massive testing program depends on SummerBio, a company just started by a former business associate of Supt. Austin Beutner. The deal came outside the district’s normal contracting process, under Beutner’s emergency powers.

  • LA Times
  • September 30 @ 7:11 pm

San Francisco reopens indoor dining with coronavirus restrictions

The city will also allow worship services to resume inside in limited capacity and may reopen indoor movie theaters with restrictions next week.

  • LA Times
  • September 30 @ 9:43 am

USF gets national recognition for electronic nose that can sniff out coronavirus

It measures the virus much like a breathalyzer can detect alcohol intoxication.

  • BizJournals
  • September 30 @ 6:30 am

USC admits largest, most diverse freshman class despite coronavirus setbacks

USC’s new freshman class is the largest and most diverse in the university’s history, reflecting similar trends in the UC system and coming as overall college enrollment numbers across the U.S. have declined amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • September 29 @ 12:00 pm

L.A. County coronavirus numbers show continued decline in hospitalizations

Los Angeles County saw a continued decline in the number of people hospitalized with COVID-19, with fewer than 700 coronavirus patients in hospitals on Sunday, compared with more than three times as many during the summer spike.

  • LA Times
  • September 27 @ 7:04 pm

L.A. County sees no post-Labor Day spike in coronavirus numbers

L.A. County reports an average of 1,074 new daily cases for the week ending Sept. 25, compared with 1,176 for the week ending Sept. 5.

  • LA Times
  • September 26 @ 8:11 pm

Cal State Long Beach in lockdown after five students test positive for the coronavirus

All students living on campus have been placed into quarantine, said President Jane Close Conoley.

  • LA Times
  • September 26 @ 6:55 pm

Coronavirus takes wrenching toll on Orange County Latinos who have no choice but to work

The heavily Latino cities of Santa Ana and Anaheim have coronavirus positive test rates significantly higher than the overall rate in Orange County.

  • LA Times
  • September 26 @ 5:15 pm

California COVID-19 hospitalizations could jump 89% in next month amid signs of coronavirus spread

The state also surpassed 15,000 COVID-19 deaths this week, among the highest numbers in the nation.

  • LA Times
  • September 25 @ 10:09 am

Coronavirus cases top 800,000 in California, highest in the nation

The state also surpassed 15,000 COVID-19 deaths this week, among the highest numbers in the nation.

  • LA Times
  • September 25 @ 10:09 am

Florida Poly students help fill STEM learning gap from coronavirus

The school has partnered with Tampa tutoring startup Knack to help.

  • BizJournals
  • September 25 @ 4:56 am

DetectaChem Inc. receives FDA authorization for mobile coronavirus test kit

The local company supplies military branches and law enforcement agencies with mobile drug- and explosive-detection technology.

  • BizJournals
  • September 23 @ 3:13 pm

A Labor Day-fueled coronavirus surge? ‘Troubling trend,’ but no clear evidence

Is L.A. about to see a coronavirus surge tied to Labor Day weekend? Officials are concerned, but the numbers are inconclusive so far.

  • LA Times
  • September 22 @ 6:56 pm

Riverside County moves to dump state’s plan and allow a quicker coronavirus reopening

The Board of Supervisors approved new guidelines to reopen Riverside County at a quicker pace than the state allows. But not immediately.

  • LA Times
  • September 22 @ 11:32 am

How is Little Saigon curbing coronavirus? By respecting elders, authorities and masks

The low numbers of COVID-19 cases in Orange County’s Little Saigon are tied to cultural habits and consistent behavior.

  • LA Times
  • September 22 @ 8:00 am

California surpasses 15,000 coronavirus deaths, just behind Texas

Coronavirus deaths in California topped 15,000 on Sunday, another bleak milestone that puts the state just behind Texas in total lives lost.

  • LA Times
  • September 21 @ 8:00 am

Coronavirus deaths in California top 15,000

The new milestone comes as California has been seeing a sharp decline in coronavirus cases after a summer spike that sparked widespread alarm.

  • LA Times
  • September 20 @ 6:02 pm

L.A. County reports 1,343 new coronavirus cases and 13 additional deaths

The new report brings the total positive COVID-19 cases to 259,817 countywide. So far, 6,330 people have died in L.A. County from COVID-19.

  • LA Times
  • September 19 @ 7:21 pm

California is turning the corner on the coronavirus. Will it last?

California appears to be riding a wave of success beating back the coronavirus. But these signs of progress also bring concerns that it could be erased.

  • LA Times
  • September 17 @ 7:00 am

How disaster relief has adapted to two horrors: Wildfires and coronavirus

As wildfires rage in the West and hurricanes pummel the Gulf Coast during a pandemic, disaster aid has been forced to evolve, for better or worse.

  • LA Times
  • September 17 @ 7:00 am

Black women again turn to midwives, some fearing coronavirus in hospitals

In recent decades, black women have generally shunned midwifery, a tradition among slaves from Africa. Now there are signs it is making a comeback.

  • LA Times
  • September 15 @ 7:00 am

Coronavirus roundup: Apple’s big September reveal goes virtual

Apple CEO Tim Cook will still have a massive audience to show off the Cupertino-based company’s latest gadgets — but they’ll be tuning in virtually as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • BizJournals
  • September 14 @ 9:25 am

Coronavirus roundup: Faith, business groups to call for reopening | Apple’s big reveal goes virtual

Local business and religious leaders want Santa Clara County to find ways to let the economy safely reopen. And Apple CEO Tim Cook goes virtual with the company’s latest gadget reveal.

  • BizJournals
  • September 14 @ 9:25 am

L.A. school parents will be able to find out if anyone has coronavirus in their child’s class

L.A. Unified will offer a website so that anyone can find out the coronavirus infections at a school or even a child’s classroom.

  • LA Times
  • September 14 @ 8:12 am

L.A. public school parents will be able to find out if anyone has coronavirus in their child’s class

L.A. Unified will offer a website so that anyone can find out the coronavirus infections at a school or even a child’s classroom.

  • LA Times
  • September 14 @ 8:12 am

Does anyone in your child’s classroom have coronavirus? An LAUSD website will tell you.

L.A. Unified will offer a website so that anyone can find out the coronavirus infections at a school or even a child’s classroom.

  • LA Times
  • September 14 @ 8:12 am

L.A. school parents will be able to learn if anyone has coronavirus in their child’s class or school

L.A. Unified will offer a website so that anyone can find out the coronavirus infections at a school or even a child’s classroom.

  • LA Times
  • September 14 @ 8:12 am

L.A. school parents will be able to learn if anyone has coronavirus in their child’s class

L.A. Unified will offer a website so that anyone can find out the coronavirus infections at a school or even a child’s classroom.

  • LA Times
  • September 14 @ 8:12 am

L.A. County coronavirus numbers fall back to pre-surge levels

The L.A. County Department of Health reported 11 new coronavirus deaths Sunday, as daily hospitalizations continued to decline over the weekend.

  • LA Times
  • September 13 @ 6:53 pm

Retail conversions to office and industrial space accelerated by coronavirus recession

The pre-pandemic trend is speeding up amid the pandemic’s severe economic impact on retailers.

  • BizJournals
  • September 11 @ 1:21 pm

California death toll tops 14,000, but new coronavirus cases continue to decline

COVID-19 deaths in California now top 14,000, but the state continues to see a decline in new cases

  • LA Times
  • September 10 @ 6:28 pm

The coronavirus may have reached Los Angeles even before China announced its outbreak

A study of patients who came to UCLA clinics and hospitals to be treated for coughs suggests the coronavirus may have been in Los Angeles by Christmas.

  • LA Times
  • September 10 @ 9:45 am

Most L.A. households face serious financial problems amid coronavirus pandemic, poll finds

The survey offers further proof that the heaviest impact of the outbreak often falls on Black and Latino households.

  • LA Times
  • September 9 @ 7:00 am

Los Angeles coronavirus toll declines, but officials warn of possible holiday spike

Health officials confirmed five new deaths and 798 new cases of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County, continuing a steady decline in the region’s pandemic toll.

  • LA Times
  • September 6 @ 9:17 pm

Close-knit Latino family ties bring coronavirus dangers to traditional gatherings

Close-knit Latino family ties become

  • LA Times
  • September 4 @ 8:00 am

Labor Day weekend a crucial test for California: Can we keep coronavirus at bay?

Health officials are cautioning against crowded holiday celebrations in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • September 4 @ 7:00 am

Labor Day weekend bring fears of new coronavirus outbreaks in California

Health officials are cautioning against crowded holiday celebrations in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • September 4 @ 7:00 am

Labor Day weekend sparks fears of new coronavirus outbreaks in California

Health officials are cautioning against crowded holiday celebrations in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • September 4 @ 7:00 am

Sorry, but your beloved L.A. holiday event has probably been canceled. Blame coronavirus

Labor Day is here, the unofficial end of summer, and the time of year when we start looking toward holiday festivities. But not this year: Coronavirus concerns are canceling popular Halloween and holiday light shows around Southern California.

  • LA Times
  • September 3 @ 3:32 pm

L.A. coronavirus testing centers will close amid extreme heat and Labor Day

All drive-through testing sites run by the city will be closed over the 3-day weekend, but a few pop-up testing events will be held Friday and Saturday.

  • LA Times
  • September 3 @ 2:44 pm

Coronavirus deaths in California top 13,000 as officials debate more reopenings

The grim milestone comes despite a generally improving picture that is allowing more communities to ease pandemic restrictions. As of Wednesday morning, the state had 13,171 deaths and 316,900 cases, according to The Times tracker.

  • LA Times
  • September 2 @ 1:18 pm

News Analysis: Amid coronavirus crisis, an unsatisfying end for California’s Legislature

California’s Legislature adjourned with some lawmakers and activists frustrated that more was not done to address deep troubles facing the state’s residents.

  • LA Times
  • September 1 @ 7:00 am

Most L.A. tenants are paying their rent during the coronavirus crisis — but it’s a struggle, study finds

How they are managing to do so, however, is evidence of “renter distress.”

  • BizJournals
  • August 31 @ 4:33 pm

Could the coronavirus make for a lighter flu season?

The social distancing that tamps down the coronavirus could also keep many people from getting the flu.

  • LA Times
  • August 30 @ 8:00 am

L.A. County reports 1,339 new coronavirus cases, 27 deaths

The county now has recorded a total of 239,828 cases of the coronavirus and 5,763 related deaths.

  • LA Times
  • August 29 @ 6:34 pm

Newsom unveils sweeping new coronavirus reopening rules for businesses in California

Newsom took a far more cautious approach than his first effort in the spring, when his decision to rapidly ease coronavirus restrictions led to such a major surge in cases that it forced another statewide shutdown.

  • LA Times
  • August 28 @ 2:33 pm

TikTok stars charged with misdemeanors for huge Hollywood parties during coronavirus

TikTok stars Bryce Hall and Blake Gray are charged with misdemeanors for allegedly holding large parties in the Hollywood Hills during COVID-19.

  • LA Times
  • August 28 @ 2:04 pm

Preschoolers are mask-licking germ bombs — yet few catch the coronavirus, data show

It’s hard to predict what may happen when California’s primary schools reopen. But when it comes to the state’s youngest students, data are more robust — and more reassuring.

  • LA Times
  • August 28 @ 9:00 am

Coronavirus roundup: Are schools ready to reopen? These local schools say they are.

Elementary schools and districts in Santa Clara County are applying for waivers to begin bringing students back into classrooms.

  • BizJournals
  • August 27 @ 9:13 am

Coronavirus has turned once-bustling downtown L.A. into a ghost town. Can it recover?

For 10 years, downtown L.A. was booming with a youthful, renegade vibe. The coronavirus puts those hard-won gains at risk.

  • LA Times
  • August 27 @ 7:00 am

California could see a quarter-million coronavirus tests a day under new state plan

The expanded coronavirus testing capacity and quicker results will increase the ability of officials to quickly isolate people who test positive and to track down those who came in contact with them, California Gov. Gavin Newsom said.

  • LA Times
  • August 26 @ 4:58 pm

Most nursing home inspectors still haven’t tested for the coronavirus, despite Newsom pledge

Newsom ordered the testing after an L.A. Times investigation found that health officials had been sending inspectors to nursing homes without testing.

  • LA Times
  • August 26 @ 3:32 pm

Most nursing home inspectors still haven’t been tested for the coronavirus, despite Newsom pledge

Newsom ordered the testing after an L.A. Times investigation found that health officials had been sending inspectors to nursing homes without testing.

  • LA Times
  • August 26 @ 3:32 pm

California officials oppose CDC over looser coronavirus testing and travel protocols

As the CDC pulled back recommendations on quarantines for travelers and testing for those exposed to the virus, local officials spoke out.

  • LA Times
  • August 26 @ 3:02 pm

California Senate abruptly halts work due to a new coronavirus case

A memo asked senators and staff to ‘hold in place’ in their offices or homes after state Sen. Brian Jones (R-Santee) tested positive for the coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • August 26 @ 12:55 pm

Coronavirus takes a toll on Latinos — and the funeral homes that serve them

As the coronavirus ravages California’s Latino communities, the grim cycle of illness and death ends at places like Continental Funeral Home.

  • LA Times
  • August 26 @ 7:00 am

The coronavirus gave them jobs — and a new lease on life

Some just got out of prison; others came off the streets. They are practically unemployable. But thanks to COVID-19, an L.A. nonprofit is able to put them to work at hotels taken over to house the homeless during the pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • August 25 @ 9:00 am

Coronavirus crisis innovators: the six Tampa Bay startups that have helped out during the pandemic

How six startups are helping their community during the pandemic.

  • BizJournals
  • August 25 @ 7:00 am

Orange County removed from California’s coronavirus watch list

If the rates of new cases and tests performed, percentages of positive tests and hospitalizations, as well as available intensive care beds and ventilators remain at acceptable levels for the next two weeks, K-12 students could resume in-person classes after Labor Day weekend.

  • LA Times
  • August 23 @ 11:37 pm

Another coronavirus inequity: Those who can afford to stay in place and those who must move

A new UC Davis study links social distancing to income, showing America’s wealthy have become its least mobile while poorer people face more exposure.

  • LA Times
  • August 23 @ 8:00 am

Orange County reports its first coronavirus-related death of a child

The teenage girl, whose age and identity were not released, had underlying medical conditions, the county’s health department said.

  • LA Times
  • August 20 @ 1:02 pm

Folsom State Prison records its highest count of coronavirus cases over past 2 weeks

A total of 233 Folsom inmates have tested positive for COVID-19 — 226 in roughly the past two weeks — as several prisons report spikes in infections.

  • LA Times
  • August 20 @ 12:45 pm

L.A. County finally seeing declines in Latino, Black coronavirus mortality rates

Health officials note an overall drop in death rates across all demographics and a “narrowing of the gap” among coronavirus victims of varying racial, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.

  • LA Times
  • August 19 @ 6:20 pm

L.A. County finally seeing declines in Latino, Black coronavirus infection rates

Health officials note an overall drop in death rates across all demographics and a “narrowing of the gap” among coronavirus victims of varying racial, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.

  • LA Times
  • August 19 @ 6:20 pm

‘No one is ready for it.’ Fleeing a raging fire amid the coronavirus pandemic

Hundreds of families fled their homes in Vacaville on Wednesday. Some went to shelters, worried both about the flames and the pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • August 19 @ 6:18 pm

How key bottlenecks scrambled coronavirus testing in Sacramento

Sacramento has been plagued by bottlenecks in its COVID-19 testing system that have reduced capacity and slowed results, especially during the summer surge.

  • LA Times
  • August 19 @ 1:26 pm

‘Why is this happening to us?’: Coronavirus takes a toll on Latinos and funeral homes

The pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on Latinos — and on the mortuaries that help families say goodbye to their loved ones

  • LA Times
  • August 19 @ 8:00 am

L.A. County issues strict rules for colleges reopening during coronavirus crisis

After months of waiting, colleges in Los Angeles County were finally given public health rules for their fall reopenings. And they’re stringent: Virtually no classes will be in person, and on-campus housing will be extremely limited.

  • LA Times
  • August 18 @ 8:00 am

Political battles, confusion reign in Kern County, one of worst U.S. coronavirus hot spots

Coronavirus is ravaging Kern County in the hard-hit Central Valley. But local leaders say there is confusion over public health measures.

  • LA Times
  • August 17 @ 1:00 pm

Coronavirus roundup: Hiring drops in tech, but unemployment remains low in the sector

Bad news and some good for potential and current workers in the tech field.

  • BizJournals
  • August 17 @ 9:37 am

Coronavirus roundup (update): Santa Cruz County is off the state’s watchlist

Bad news and some good for potential and current workers in the tech field.

  • BizJournals
  • August 17 @ 9:37 am

California’s worst power shortage in years comes as coronavirus makes beating the heat harder

People staying home with air conditioners blasting, plus a dearth of power from other states results in the worst statewide energy shortage in nearly 20 years

  • LA Times
  • August 16 @ 8:00 am

Coronavirus complicates California’s worst power shortage in two decades

People staying home with air conditioners blasting, plus a dearth of power from other states results in the worst statewide energy shortage in nearly 20 years

  • LA Times
  • August 16 @ 8:00 am

Los Angeles County reports more than 2,100 new coronavirus cases and 35 more related deaths

The new numbers brought the county’s totals to 220,762 positive cases of COVID-19 and 5,245 deaths. Saturday’s death total was the lowest of any day this month.

  • LA Times
  • August 15 @ 8:02 pm

A beloved L.A. bakery’s fight to survive the coronavirus reminds us to help out places we’d miss

Diamond Bakery on L.A.’s Fairfax Ave. has survived a lot over 74 years. Loyal customers and a GoFundMe campaign hope to carry it through the pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • August 15 @ 7:00 am

Film industry to help Hollywood-Wilshire office market recover from coronavirus

Office deals have been largely limited to short-term renewals in the Hollywood-Wilshire Corridor, with leasing velocity hitting its lowest point since the 2007-2009 recession.

  • BizJournals
  • August 14 @ 5:25 pm

Wanted: California workplace safety retirees to help confront coronavirus crisis

The state agency tasked with protecting California workers moves to address ‘crippling’ vacancies after L.A. Times report

  • LA Times
  • August 14 @ 2:18 pm

Tri-Cities office leasing showed ‘signs of strain’ in Q2 during coronavirus crisis

Direct vacancies upticked slightly to 12.4%, while asking rates dropped a couple of cents to $3.37.

  • BizJournals
  • August 14 @ 1:24 pm

California becomes first state to pass 600,000 coronavirus cases

The state has also notched another sobering milestone, as it nears 11,000 COVID-19 deaths, a 10% increase from one week ago.

  • LA Times
  • August 14 @ 11:06 am

Coronavirus roundup: California judges lift statewide eviction ban

California’s moratorium on evictions is now set to end at midnight on Sept. 1.

  • BizJournals
  • August 14 @ 9:33 am

California’s coronavirus response hampered by high-level resignations

A lengthy list of resignations in the last year that has some concerned that the state’s vital public health departments are not only being tasked with walking the state through a crisis — but dealing with one internally.

  • LA Times
  • August 14 @ 7:00 am

California’s coronavirus response has been hampered by high-level resignations

A lengthy list of resignations in the last year that has some concerned that the state’s vital public health departments are not only being tasked with walking the state through a crisis — but dealing with one internally.

  • LA Times
  • August 14 @ 7:00 am

Orange County awaits remaining backlogged coronavirus test results from state

Orange County Supervisor Michelle Steel said Thursday that while the local coronavirus outlook is promising, the fact that the technical issue regarding COVID-19 test results occurred at all is a concern.

  • LA Times
  • August 13 @ 7:35 pm

California sees decrease in coronavirus hospitalizations as test backlog boosts number of confirmed cases

While hospitalizations rates decline, deaths are increasing and officials warn that Californians need to continue following safety protocols to prevent another wave of infections.

  • LA Times
  • August 12 @ 7:20 pm

The South Bay’s diverse office tenants will help it weather the coronavirus crisis

Ten of the biggest transactions in the area during the second quarter included eight separate industries, according to CBRE’s quarterly submarket overview.

  • BizJournals
  • August 12 @ 5:58 pm

Mexican Consulate in L.A. opens new coronavirus testing center

The testing center was opened in an effort to better serve Latinos, who have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • August 12 @ 2:53 pm

California coronavirus deaths double, with rural areas and suburbs hit hard

The weekly death toll in California among COVID-19 patients is nearly twice its previous high in April as more cases shift to rural and suburban areas.

  • LA Times
  • August 12 @ 2:45 pm

California paid a price for mask shortage in dollars and lives, coronavirus study finds

The UC Berkeley Labor Center study urges California officials to stockpile masks, gowns, gloves to avoid shortages seen during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • August 12 @ 11:00 am

Los Angeles County tops 5,000 coronavirus deaths

The county’s infection rate is substantially lower than Central Valley counties where case rates are surging

  • LA Times
  • August 11 @ 3:57 pm

San Quentin coronavirus disaster exposes a dangerous road to ‘herd immunity’

The disastrous situation unfolding at California’s oldest prison over the last two months is shaping up to be the latest of several cautionary tales of how many people must get infected before ‘herd immunity’ might be achieved.

  • LA Times
  • August 11 @ 7:00 am

San Quentin’s coronavirus outbreak shows why ‘herd immunity’ could mean disaster

Public health experts say the rampant spread of the coronavirus at the prison shows the dangers of trying to achieve ‘herd immunity’ with the coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • August 11 @ 7:00 am

Newsom says coronavirus data are correct after administration shakeup

Gov. Gavin Newsom faced reporters for the first time since he touted the inaccurate coronavirus data as a positive sign of fewer COVID-19 infections a day before the glitches became public. The governor said he was kept in the dark about the problem, even as state health officials were warning counties about data issues days […]

  • LA Times
  • August 10 @ 6:22 pm

California’s broken coronavirus database is now working, Gov. Gavin Newsom says

Gov. Gavin Newsom faced reporters for the first time since he touted the inaccurate coronavirus data as a positive sign of fewer COVID-19 infections a day before the glitches became public. The governor said he was kept in the dark about the problem, even as state health officials were warning counties about data issues days […]

  • LA Times
  • August 10 @ 6:22 pm

Coronavirus surging among children, teenagers in California

Coronavirus cases among children and teenagers are surging in California, up 150% last month, a rate that outpaces COVID-19 cases overall and establishes minors as a small but growing share of the state’s COVID-19 cases.

  • LA Times
  • August 10 @ 6:01 pm

Downtown L.A. office leases took a big hit from coronavirus in Q2

CBRE projects a “robust recovery” starting next year, forecasting that L.A.’s office markets will fully recover by the fourth quarter of 2021.

  • BizJournals
  • August 10 @ 11:56 am

California’s public health director resigns in wake of coronavirus data errors

Dr. Sonia Angell, who held the position for less than a year, announced her resignation in an email sent to department staff on Sunday.

  • LA Times
  • August 10 @ 12:58 am

California’s public health director resigns amid questions about coronavirus test data

Dr. Sonia Angell, who held the position for less than a year, announced her resignation in an email sent to department staff on Sunday.

  • LA Times
  • August 10 @ 12:58 am

San Quentin State Prison guard dies from coronavirus

There have been 261 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among staff members at San Quentin, but Palanco is the first correctional officer there to die from the illness, according to state prison officials.

  • LA Times
  • August 9 @ 6:20 pm

L.A. County reports more than 1,700 new coronavirus cases, many among younger people

Los Angeles County public health officials on Sunday reported 1,789 new cases of the coronavirus and 10 deaths.

  • LA Times
  • August 9 @ 5:36 pm

Orange County’s coronavirus-related death toll passes 700

While a far cry from the record 32 deaths reported Thursday, Friday’s seven additional fatalities demonstrate that the coronavirus is continuing to take a toll even as officials weigh reopening some schools for in-person instruction.

  • LA Times
  • August 7 @ 7:40 pm

Orange County’s coronavirus death toll passes 700

While a far cry from the record 32 deaths reported Thursday, Friday’s seven additional fatalities demonstrate that the coronavirus is continuing to take a toll even as officials weigh reopening some schools for in-person instruction.

  • LA Times
  • August 7 @ 7:40 pm

To slow coronavirus, a California county might pay the sick to stay home

Alameda County in California’s Bay Area is planning to offer stipends of $1,250 for low-income residents to stay home if they have tested positive for COVID-19.

  • LA Times
  • August 7 @ 10:19 am

How California is preparing for in-person voting this year due to coronavirus

California elections officials are scrambling to determine how many voting locations they can muster, and how they’ll find enough short-term workers to enforce coronavirus safety measures.

  • LA Times
  • August 7 @ 7:00 am

After first being spared, rural California now being ravaged by the coronavirus

The coronavirus is now hitting California’s Central Valley the hardest.

  • LA Times
  • August 7 @ 7:00 am

‘Broken’ coronavirus tracking system leaves California in the dark: ‘We have no idea’

The lack of reliable test result data is disrupting pandemic response efforts, leaving officials in the dark about the spread of COVID-19.

  • LA Times
  • August 6 @ 8:56 pm

Amid coronavirus outbreak at Bakersfield immigration facility, emails show ICE deliberately limited testing

On Thursday, a federal judge in San Francisco issued a searing ruling, saying ICE has “responded to the health crisis in such a cavalier fashion” that it has “lost the right to be trusted.”

  • LA Times
  • August 6 @ 5:50 pm

Southeast L.A. already faced many ills. Now it’s the epicenter of coronavirus

Newest COVID-19 cases surge in poorer, overcrowded areas of L.A. County

  • LA Times
  • August 6 @ 7:00 am

California legislative leaders ask courts to keep coronavirus eviction ban in place

California’s legislative leaders want more time before a state court-imposed eviction ban is lifted amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • August 5 @ 10:42 pm

Serious breakdown in California systems cause inaccurate coronavirus numbers

Technical glitches with the state’s system for analyzing test results have led to flawed reporting of infection rates.

  • LA Times
  • August 5 @ 8:38 pm

Serious breakdown in California systems causes inaccurate coronavirus numbers

Technical glitches with the state’s system for analyzing test results have led to flawed reporting of infection rates.

  • LA Times
  • August 5 @ 8:38 pm

U.S. Supreme Court blocks mandate requiring better coronavirus protections for Orange County inmates

The justices grant an emergency appeal from the county’s lawyers and put on hold an order issued in late May by U.S. District Judge Jesus G. Bernal.

  • LA Times
  • August 5 @ 6:01 pm

Grocery workers’ union reports 28 coronavirus cases at Westlake Food 4 Less

The union that represents grocery-store workers in Los Angeles has reported 28 coronavirus cases at a Food 4 Less in Westlake, saying the store has failed to enforce protocols to protect workers.

  • LA Times
  • August 4 @ 11:38 pm

30 cases of coronavirus reported at Westlake Food 4 Less; workers demand better protections

Thirty cases of the novel coronavirus have been reported at a Food 4 Less in Westlake. The union that represents grocery-store workers in Los Angeles has demanded that the business institute better protocols to protect its staff.

  • LA Times
  • August 4 @ 11:38 pm

San Francisco warns residents not to drop guard even as coronavirus cases decline

Residents were urged to remain vigilant about face coverings and physical distancing, even as the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations and new cases have dropped.

  • LA Times
  • August 4 @ 5:59 pm

Coronavirus surge slowing in California, but don’t expect a repeat of reopening fever

Epidemiologists and other public health experts said the only way to prevent more surges is to learn from past failure.

  • LA Times
  • August 4 @ 7:00 am

Census workers are trying to reach more poor Californians and people of color. But the coronavirus could make the w

The pandemic is hurting census participation rates across socio-economic lines.

  • LA Times
  • August 4 @ 7:00 am

Sidewalk superheroes and the rest of the Hollywood Boulevard economy are being devastated by coronavirus

Mascots roam near empty streets. Two businesses permanently shut down. The virus spells trouble for one of L.A.’s most iconic blocks.

  • LA Times
  • August 4 @ 7:00 am

California has the most coronavirus cases of any state, but there are signs of hope, Newsom says

California has seen an average of 121 deaths per day over the last two weeks, Newsom says. Still, there are reasons for hope.

  • LA Times
  • August 3 @ 4:22 pm

Ventura County trails to remain closed through September amid coronavirus concerns

Part of Santa Paula Canyon — from the forest boundary to about three miles above the Punch Bowl — will remain off-limits as officials look to stave off potential crowding.

  • LA Times
  • August 3 @ 1:53 pm

Coronavirus hospitalizations drop in L.A., Orange counties

Public health officials said they are hopeful that actions taken over the past few weeks have slowed the spread of the coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • August 2 @ 5:36 pm

‘Everything is over the top’: How O.C. hair salons work through the coronavirus

After securing a permit from the city, TravisVu the Salon on Warner Avenue opened again for business last week. Three chairs were set outside under the shade of a roof for clients to arrive after having booked appointments.

  • LA Times
  • August 2 @ 4:24 pm

Coronavirus deaths rise in L.A., Orange County

Southern California counties continue to report high death tolls tied to coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • August 1 @ 6:28 pm

California smashes daily record for coronavirus deaths for the fifth time in a month

California recorded 214 coronavirus-related deaths on Friday, breaking its single-day record for the fifth time in July and the third time this week.

  • LA Times
  • August 1 @ 11:11 am

L.A. County reports 69 new coronavirus deaths, significantly higher than last week’s average

Los Angeles County reported 69 new deaths related to the coronavirus and more than 2,600 additional cases Friday. The state surpassed 500,000 cases.

  • LA Times
  • July 31 @ 7:35 pm

California reports its first teen death related to coronavirus

A teenager in the Central Valley died of causes related to COVID-19, becoming the first such juvenile death in California, public health officials announced Friday.

  • LA Times
  • July 31 @ 4:00 pm

Coronavirus cases in California surpass 500,000 in troubling milestone

A teenager in the Central Valley died of causes related to COVID-19, becoming the first such juvenile death in California, public health officials announced Friday.

  • LA Times
  • July 31 @ 4:00 pm

Coronavirus deaths among L.A. County food processing workers bring dire plea from health officials

County is examining the deaths of two employees at Mission Foods Corp. in Commerce.

  • LA Times
  • July 31 @ 6:00 am

Coronavirus outbreak at USC’s fraternity row leaves at least 40 people infected

Around 40 individuals on USC’s fraternity-filled 28th Street have contracted the virus. Both UCLA and USC have reported over 150 positive cases.

  • LA Times
  • July 30 @ 5:22 pm

Men are less likely to wear masks. They are also dying of coronavirus at higher rates in L.A. County

Mayor Eric Garcetti said that men account for two-thirds of the virus deaths in L.A. County that have occurred outside of an institutional setting.

  • LA Times
  • July 30 @ 1:07 pm

California scales back coronavirus testing task force despite long lines, shortages, new outbreaks

The diminished state of the public-private team could complicate response to the pandemic

  • LA Times
  • July 30 @ 7:00 am

California scales back coronavirus testing task force despite long lines, new outbreaks

The diminished state of the public-private team could complicate response to the pandemic

  • LA Times
  • July 30 @ 7:00 am

California breaks coronavirus death record for fourth time this month

California has seen fewer COVID-19 deaths than New York — but many times more than other countries, including Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Australia

  • LA Times
  • July 30 @ 6:00 am

All California counties now have coronavirus cases as Modoc County confirms first 2

Modoc County reported its first two COVID-19 infections Tuesday, which means that all 58 counties in the state have now confirmed at least one case of coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • July 29 @ 3:18 pm

California again breaks record for most coronavirus deaths in a single day

California reported 167 deaths Tuesday. It’s the third time this month that California has broken a single-day record for deaths.

  • LA Times
  • July 29 @ 10:52 am

California won’t conquer the coronavirus, and fully reopen, until it can protect essential workers

California won’t conquer coronavirus until it can protect essential workers.

  • LA Times
  • July 29 @ 7:00 am

Coronavirus surge turns the Southland inside out

Second wave of coronavirus has businesses and the public moving from indoors to the great outdoors

  • LA Times
  • July 29 @ 7:00 am

Orange County reports 15 coronavirus deaths — highest single-day count since June

The Orange County Health Agency reported Tuesday its highest number of daily deaths related to COVID-19 in over a month.

  • LA Times
  • July 28 @ 4:39 pm

Orange County reports 15 coronavirus deaths, the highest single-day count since June

The Orange County Health Agency reported Tuesday its highest number of daily deaths related to COVID-19 in over a month.

  • LA Times
  • July 28 @ 4:39 pm

Church services move to California beaches, sparking fears of coronavirus outbreaks

Huntington Beach and Cardiff State Beach in San Diego County have both seen large outdoor church gatherings, alarming public health officials.

  • LA Times
  • July 28 @ 10:49 am

Coronavirus ravages California’s Central Valley, following a cruel and familiar path

Health officials and medical experts say the pattern of spread underscores the deep inequities of the virus in California

  • LA Times
  • July 28 @ 7:00 am

Latinos worry more than other Californians about how the coronavirus will affect them, poll says

A new poll found that Latinos are far more likely than other demographic groups in California to worry that they or their family members will become infected with COVID-19.

  • LA Times
  • July 27 @ 11:44 pm

L.A. County nears state’s safety threshold for positive coronavirus infections. Will it last?

California continues to see a surge in COVID-19 cases in hotspots like Orange and Los Angeles counties, but other areas are seeing signs of stability.

  • LA Times
  • July 27 @ 1:09 pm

California desperate for signs of turnaround after stunning coronavirus setbacks

After weeks of stunning setbacks in the pandemic, California is desperate for signs of a turnabout.

  • LA Times
  • July 27 @ 7:00 am

‘Open today, closed tomorrow’ is the new normal for hair, nail salons due to coronavirus

“Open today, closed tomorrow” is the revised normal for hair and nail salons struggling to stay afloat, faced with coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • July 26 @ 8:00 am

LA County reports more than 3,600 new coronavirus cases and 53 related deaths

LA County health officials on Saturday reported 3,628 new COVID-19 cases and 53 more related deaths, high numbers that in part reflect reporting delays in the state’s electronic laboratory system.

  • LA Times
  • July 25 @ 8:53 pm

L.A. County reports more than 3,600 new coronavirus cases and 53 related deaths

L.A. County health officials on Saturday reported 3,628 new COVID-19 cases and 53 more related deaths, high numbers that in part reflect reporting delays in the state’s electronic laboratory system.

  • LA Times
  • July 25 @ 8:53 pm

Coronavirus cases seep into the ranks of Newport Beach first responders

Newport Beach firefighters and lifeguards are among the 33,358 who have tested positive for the coronavirus in Orange County.

  • LA Times
  • July 25 @ 6:53 pm

This county knew coronavirus could ravage its farmworkers. Why didn’t officials stop it?

Up to 70% of new cases of coronavirus in California’s fertile San Joaquin Valley may be Latino workers, but advocates say they lack testing and access to care.

  • LA Times
  • July 25 @ 7:00 am

L.A. County reports 1,900 more coronavirus cases and 44 additional deaths

Los Angeles County on Friday reported more than 1,900 additional cases and 44 new deaths related to the coronavirus.

  • LA Times
  • July 24 @ 7:29 pm

After Times investigation, Newsom says nursing home inspectors will be tested for coronavirus

The governor’s promise came after a Times report that the state hadn’t tested its health inspectors who regularly visit nursing homes and could unwittingly spread the virus.

  • LA Times
  • July 24 @ 5:45 pm

California workplace safety rules are likely to change due to coronavirus fears

Legislators have proposed expanding workers’ compensation eligibility so that more employees will be covered if they are diagnosed with COVID-19, increasing the number of sick days for food service workers and requiring employers to pay a portion of utility and internet bills for teleworkers.

  • LA Times
  • July 24 @ 3:49 pm

Coronavirus is killing more Californians than ever before, and cruel inequities are worsening

Californians of color are far more likely to become infected or die from the coronavirus. The most recent surge in cases exacerbates those inequities.

  • LA Times
  • July 24 @ 2:07 pm

LAPD officer dies after contracting coronavirus, sources say

The officer is the second LAPD employee to die of the virus. Earlier this month, senior detention officer Erica McAdoo died.

  • LA Times
  • July 24 @ 1:37 pm

LAPD officer, expecting twins, dies after contracting coronavirus

The officer is the second LAPD employee to die of the virus. Earlier this month, senior detention officer Erica McAdoo died.

  • LA Times
  • July 24 @ 1:37 pm

LAPD officer, a 13-year veteran, dies after contracting coronavirus

Officer Valentin Martinez is the second LAPD employee to die of the virus. Earlier this month, senior detention officer Erica McAdoo died.

  • LA Times
  • July 24 @ 1:37 pm

June & January CEO explains her electric startup’s pivot to survive coronavirus crisis

The Georgetown-based company, known for is comfortable children’s apparel, went months without inventory after its Chinese suppliers shut down because of the pandemic. Questions over how the pandemic affects back-to-school sales — typically a huge boost to the company — mean planning for the rest of the year is up the air. So how has […]

  • BizJournals
  • July 24 @ 10:19 am

As coronavirus ravaged nursing homes, inspectors were not being tested

State inspectors worry they could be unwittingly spreading coro