Month: July, 2020

Voluntary Text-based Survey to Research COVID-19 Across L.A. County
News

Voluntary Text-based Survey to Research COVID-19 Across L.A. County

The Los County Department of Public Health (Public Health) is launching Angelenos in Action, a text-based survey to monitor COVID-19 symptoms across L.A. County aimed at capturing potential spikes and trends in real-time to assist Public Health workers appropriately allocate resources to affected communities. Adults (18 years and older) living in Los Angeles County, who have…

New York & Company Liquidation Sales Now Underway
Business

New York & Company Liquidation Sales Now Underway

Initial discounts of up to 60% off women’s apparel, accessories and shoes Store closing sales have begun at all New York & Company retail locations across the United States. There will be liquidation sales across approximately 380 store locations in connection with the recent bankruptcy filing of New York & Company’s parent company, RTW Retailwinds, Inc. (“RTW”). New York & Company is…

First West Nile Virus Cases reported in L.A. County
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First West Nile Virus Cases reported in L.A. County

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) has identified the first two cases of human West Nile virus (WNV) infection in Los Angeles County for the 2020 season (excluding Long Beach and Pasadena as cases identified in those cities are reported by their local health departments). An older adult with no underlying…

California Sues Trump to Ensure Undocumented Immigrants are Counted in Congressional Apportionment
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California Sues Trump to Ensure Undocumented Immigrants are Counted in Congressional Apportionment

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra — joined by the cities of Long Beach, Los Angeles, and Oakland, as well as the Los Angeles Unified School District — filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against the Trump administration over attempts to keep undocumented immigrants from being counted when congressional districts are redrawn following the 2020 Census. A…

IT Security Tip: Don’t Just Throw Out That Old Computer
Business

IT Security Tip: Don’t Just Throw Out That Old Computer

Getting rid of old computers or servers? Did you know that the components used in technology equipment are not landfill-safe? On top of the environmental hazards, unprotected e-waste typically contains a lot of confidential and private information in the form of saved passwords, Internet history, and files left on the retired computer or server. As…

Newsom Announces Unemployment Agency Strike Team, Reforms
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Newsom Announces Unemployment Agency Strike Team, Reforms

Wednesday, Governor Gavin Newsom announced the formation of an Employment Development Department (EDD) strike team, and a “renewed focus” on processing unpaid claims. “There should be no barriers between Californians and the benefits they have earned,” said Newsom in a press releases issued Wednesday afternoon. “Unprecedented demand due to job loss during this pandemic paired…

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