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  • CBS News 8
    SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. — San Diego's short-term rental market is taking a huge hit during the coronavirus pandemic, but with travel halted and bookings cancelled, some Airbnb hosts are getting creative to stay afloat. “We're vagabonds. We travel the world. We wander the world,” said John Sleasman. For a couple used to being in a ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Teachers can decide how to teach their students online. They also can set their own daily schedules and won’t have to work more than four hours a day. These are some key points in a new agreement that outlines San Diego Unified’s distance learning model,
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  • CBS News 8
    The San Diego Unified School District announced Friday it has set a "soft launch" for distance learning, which will begin Monday and run through April 24. Read the full story for details. San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer on Friday was joined by representatives from UCSD Health, the National Alliance on Mental Illness San Diego to provide ...
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  • Omaha.com
    In Principal Andy Trakas’ office at Albert Einstein Academies, two pictures hang on a back wall. One is a shot from the 1964 classic “Zorba the Greek.”
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  • KPBS
    Join us *date TBD* at the County of San Diego Waterfront Park (1600 Pacific Highway, San Diego, CA 92101) from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for a FREE vegan party, celebrating the vegan lifestyle through food, drinks, goods, information and more! With free admission, this event is open and inviting for vegans and vegan-curious folks alike.
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  • Orange County Register
    In late March, St. Joseph took to Twitter seeking plasma from a COVID-19 survivor. Jason Garcia, a 36-year-old aerospace engineer from San Diego, answered the call. Garcia was diagnosed with COVID-19 on March 14. At the time, he was one of just 25 confirmed cases in San Diego County. On Wednesday, April 1, after being cleared by San Diego’s ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    Greg Cox, chairman off the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, with a face covering during the daily coronavirus briefing. Image from live stream Coronavirus cases in San Diego County topped 1,000 on Friday, but county health officials said it was a good sign that cases are not growing as fast as the number of tests. Cases grew by 146 to ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    SDUSD students take their learning online beginning Monday. Here a class receives a lesson, before the outbreak, at Birney Elementary School. Image via sandiegounified.org The San Diego Unified School District announced Friday it set a “soft launch” for distance learning, to begin Monday. The launch will run through April 24. The district ...
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  • Comicbook.com
    A man dressed as Batman is trying to lift spirits in San Diego by driving his Batmobile around during the coronavirus pandemic. ABC 10 News in San Diego caught up with Chris Banner near Valley Center, California. The lawn service owner keeps the grass in order on the clock, but his other job is a little bit more theatrical. He has a full-size ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    A Pacific Beach lifeguard asks people to leave a boardwalk area that is closed to the public. Photo by Chris Stone Here is a list of the major developments in the coronavirus epidemic facing San Diego County, updated at 9:30 p.m. on Friday. • There have been 1,112 cases of coronavirus disease and 17 deaths among San Diego County residents as ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    “Business has picked up, thank God. But it’s also something we’re doing for our community,” Gazaryan said. Pushkin is one of several San Diego restaurants and specialty shops that have overthrown their entire business model to convert into tiny supermarkets. Leaning on restaurant suppliers that have excess food and nowhere to ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    SDUSD students take their learning online beginning Monday. Here a class receives a lesson, before the outbreak, at Birney Elementary School. Image via sandiegounified.org The San Diego Unified School District announced Friday it set a “soft launch” for distance learning, to begin Monday. The launch will run through April 24. The district ...
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  • KPBS
    Grocers throughout San Diego are scrambling to comply with the county’s order that many retail workers begin wearing facial coverings by midnight tonight. But they say it’s something easier said than done with the pandemic putting protective gear in such short supply. The amendments to San Diego county’s public health order came down ...
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  • NBC 7 San Diego
    From live storytime to online tutoring, not to mention a slew of digital books in a virtual library -- Librarians want parents and kids to know that the San Diego Public Library (SDPL) is still there for you while you're "staying at home." "We have regular programing just like we would at the libraries -- just like we would do storytime and ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    Reports on social media indicated residents felt the estimated 4.9 quake throughout a sweeping portion of the region. Others noted a series of milder after-shocks. San Diego police quickly shared confirmation of the quake, centered southeast of Anza. They also reported, via Twitter, that “all (are) safe with no reports of any damage.”
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  • BroadwayWorld
    See a special message from the cast of Ebenezer Scrooge's Big San Diego Christmas Show at The Old Globe below! In December, San Diego welcomed a new show for its Christmas stocking with this fast, funny, and highly theatrical reimagining of one of the most beloved holiday stories ever told. All the traditional elements of Dickens's A Christmas ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    The San Diego Foundation offices in Liberty Station. The San Diego Foundation announced Friday that donations to its COVID-19 Community Response Fund have reached $6.8 million and $1.7 million of that has been dispersed to nonprofit organizations. The foundation has raised $6.8 million from more than 1,600 individuals, companies and foundations ...
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  • Los Angeles Times on MSN.com
    San Diego County is requiring employees who regularly interact with the public to wear face coverings, the latest push across California to have people cover their faces as another measure to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Los Angeles, Riverside County and the Bay Area have urged residents to wear some type of face covering when doing ...
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  • YAHOO!
    County health officials on Thursday urged all residents to begin wearing face coverings as COVID-19 cases and deaths continue to climb.
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  • Fox 5 San Diego
    The Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon series has postponed its San Diego events, race organizers announced Friday. The races, which were scheduled for May 30 and 31, are now expected to take place this fall. Race organizers said the decision to postpone was made in discussion with local health officials and local authorities.
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