The new public health order affects regions of California that have less than 15% of ICU capacity remaining. None of the five regions designated by the state currently meet that criterion, but some are expected to as early as this week.
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Like so many professions across the Pacific Northwest, scientific advancement has run headlong into the disruptions of the pandemic.
Some of the first workers to lose jobs in the pandemic are losing them again in the “freeze.” As new business restrictions kicked in statewide this week, some workers and business owners experienced a gut-punching déjà vu.
The film continues writer Linda Kuehl's unfinished investigation into Holiday's life through never-before-heard interviews with jazz luminaries, and explores her experiences with institutional racism.
The great songs of 2020 were as abundant as the rest of the year was a drag. Think of these 100 jams as a silver linings playlist for the worst year of our collective lives.
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The Jan. 6 auction was set before the end of the comment and nominations period. If leases are finalized before Joe Biden takes office, they could be difficult to revoke.
The Department of Transportation won't require airlines to accommodate animals other than legitimate service dogs. The decision comes after reports of fraudulent service animal claims.
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