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  • Times of San Diego
    Photo by Chris Stone Here’s the thing. At this point, you may be very seriously focused on establishing social distance to protect yourself and the most vulnerable around you from the coronavirus, especially as its numbers grow in San Diego. Maybe even in essence sheltering in place. Netflixing, Hulu’ing, Priming – take your pick.
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  • Fox 5 San Diego
    SAN DIEGO -- San Diego Unified School District will close its campuses to in-person instruction next week in an effort to curb the spread of coronavirus. SDUSD will be joined by Los Angeles Unified School District in the decision, making the two largest districts in California -- serving 750,000 students -- temporarily shut down as officials ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer speaks at county press conference on Covid-19 response, with major officials arrayed behind him. Photo via Kevin Faulconer on Twitter San Diego County officials said coronavirus now appears to be spreading in the community with five new cases reported Thursday, and officially banned gatherings of over 250 people.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Some San Diego officials have begun exploring the idea of a public bank, which is allowed by new state legislation. The public bank would cut out a middleman — like Bank of America — and possibly net the city more money. One thing officials like is the idea that the bank could make it easier to give out loans to nonprofits and small businesses.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    State considers broad measures to tap Californians to fund homeless programs; San Diego may consider property tax increase
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    San Diego voters may get a chance in November to make the sometimes controversial position of city attorney an appointed job instead of an elected one. Supporters say the change is necessary because elected city attorneys can allow political ambitions or ideology to taint the city laws they write and the crucial legal advice they give to the mayor and City Council.
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  • CBS News 8
    SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. — Starting Friday until the end of March, large gatherings of 250 people or more are banned in San Diego County in order to protect the public and slow the rate of coronavirus cases. "We are issuing a public health order in the county of San Diego, effective midnight tonight, that any gathering of 250 or more people ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    The San Diego County Superior Court system will be postponing all civil jury trials for the next 30 days in order to meet state health guidelines regarding large crowds in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, court officials said Thursday. The court system is instituting the trial postponements to reduce the number of prospective jurors coming ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    So far in March 2020, Times of San Diego has welcomed over 390,000 readers, and the website is on track to reach over 500,000 by the month’s end — ten times the audience in its first full ...
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  • NBC 7 San Diego
    NOTE: On March 13, county health officials announced additional presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 in the region. To read the latest on the San Diego Unified School District's response to coronavirus, click here. Six more people in San Diego County have tested presumptive positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Princess Cruises and Disney Cruise Line announced Thursday that they are temporarily halting near-term voyages in the wake of coronavirus fears, a move that will have a sizable economic impact on San Diego.
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  • Fox 5 San Diego
    SAN DIEGO -- San Diego Community College District announced Friday that it will cancel classes next week and resume instruction online the following week due to coronavirus concerns. All on-campus classes will be suspended the week of March 16. Faculty and administrators will work at the campuses that week to convert instruction to online.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    The San Diego Unified School District teachers union is calling for all district schools to close immediately for health and safety reasons, even though county health officials have not directed schools to do so.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    How do you teach college chemistry online? Does it mean you skip the lab work? Can an art class fully come to life if the material only appears on digital blog? And what about online exams? Don’t you encourage cheating if they’re not monitored in a classroom?
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Some shows and events that attract large crowds have been canceled. But the parks plan to continue operating for the time being.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    The University of San Diego on Thursday notified students who are living on campus that they must move out of their residential halls by March 22 due to the threats posed by the coronavirus. “Since this transition extends to the end of the semester,
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    The census will determine how much federal funding San Diego County receives for public schools, free lunches, health centers, childcare programs, roads and highway projects
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    The diversity-focused incubator welcomes both small businesses and startups founded by underrepresented entrepreneurs
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    A slow-moving Pacific storm tapped into sub-tropical moisture Thursday and produced far more rain than forecast, dropping about 2 inches in some areas and flooding streets throughout much of northern San Diego County.
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  • Times of San Diego
    Supervisor Nathan Fletcher speaks at the county press conference. Image from video San Diego County officials said coronavirus now appears to be spreading in the San Diego community and banned gatherings of over 250 people. “Today we have multiple new positive cased of COVID-19 to report,” said Supervisor Nathan Flectcher. “The evidence ...
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