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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    San Diego City Council President Georgette Gómez called on city leaders Monday to draft emergency rules freezing evictions linked to the economic turmoil threatened by the on-going coronavirus outbreak. Gómez specifically called on Mayor Kevin Faulconer and others to bring forward a proposal for a temporary moratorium on residential evictions ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    Official U.S. Navy Aerial Photograph of Naval Base Coronado, Naval Air Station North Island and the San Diego area. Photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Keith DeVinney/U.S. Air Force Navy Region Southwest on Sunday announced increased health protection measures at all installations in the San Diego metropolitan area. “The health and ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    Testing for coronavirus at the San Diego County public health laboratory. Image from County News Center video Here is a list of the major developments in the coronavirus epidemic facing San Diego County, updated at 9:05 p.m. on Sunday. • There have been 33 presumptive positive cases of coronavirus disease among San Diego County residents as ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    The final days of winter will be wet and a little wild in San Diego County. A storm that soaked the Bay area will drop into San Diego on Monday night and deliver a half-inch or more of rain from the coast to the inland valleys and twice as much in the mountains by Wednesday,
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    San Diego-area Navy bases are implementing more stringent screening and cleaning measures after a Naval Base San Diego sailor tested positive for COVID-19. The new measures are meant to protect “the health and well-being” of San Diego-area Navy personnel,
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    San Diego's second-annual "25 Most Remarkable Teens" program is accepting nominations until April 6; those chosen will be honored at a May ceremony at the San Diego Central Library
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Quarantines. Event cancellations. People stockpiling food. Those are all happening in San Diego now because of the coronavirus, and they happened here in 1918, too, when the Spanish flu arrived. That pandemic,
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    The influenza epidemic that swept the world in 1918 killed an estimated 50 million people. More than 4,000 cases and 324 deaths were reported locally. The flu was first reported here on Sept. 26, 1918,
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Marines set up barracks isolation sites as virus spreads in military community; military bans leave for members outside of local areas
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  • Times of San Diego
    “Both are recuperating at home and doing well,” a statement said. “UC San Diego Health has launched an extensive effort to identify any patients or health system colleagues who may have been in recent contact with either of the two health workers. We are in constant communication with appropriate public health and regulatory agencies.
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  • Times of San Diego
    Shoppers at Costco in La Mesa faced long lines as people stocked up on supplies including toilet paper and water. Photo by Chris Stone Here is a list of the major developments in the coronavirus epidemic facing San Diego County, updated at 9:25 p.m. on Saturday. • There were 11 presumptive positive cases of coronavirus disease in San Diego ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    “The showers will decrease tonight through early Sunday, with generally dry weather Sunday afternoon,” the National Weather Service said. “After light, scattered showers this weekend, another round of moderate to heavy precipitation is on the way for early to mid next week.” It will be warmer Sunday with highs around 65 along the coast ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    The spokesman said military health professionals are working to determine whether any other personnel may have been in close contact and possibly exposed. “Naval Base San Diego is committed to taking every measure possible to protect the health of our force,” the Navy said. “We remain in close coordination with state and federal ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    The museum is also canceling events, tours and film screenings, said Deborah Klochko, the museum’s executive director. The announcement came one day after the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park announced they would temporarily close to the public starting Monday. The zoo — one of San Diego’s largest tourist attractions ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Montell Jordan’s “ This is How We Do It” blared from the DJ speakers. “It’s Fridaaaay night!” the crowd belted in unison from the dance floor. And at Side Bar Nightclub in the Gaslamp Quarter, it did seem like an average Friday night despite the growing concern over coronavirus in San Diego.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Will Major League Baseball lose part — or all — of the 2020 season to the coronavirus threat? It’s too soon to say, just a couple days after spring training was shut down. Viruses don’t care about the boys of summer.
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  • Times of San Diego
    Three more people tested positive for coronavirus on Friday, the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency reported. A man in his 40s who is hospitalized and in isolation after traveling to New York and Philadelphia A man in his 30s who is in isolation at home after traveling to Chicago A woman in her 70s who is at home in isolation To ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Barbara Bry gained enough votes on Scott Sherman Friday that she is now on pace to pass him for the second slot in a November runoff for San Diego mayor. The candidate who secures the second slot in the runoff will face Assemblyman Todd Gloria,
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  • Finger Lakes Times
    Top local attractions such as SeaWorld and the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park will temporarily close to help combat the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. The popular visitor destinations announced on Friday that they were suspending operations as President Trump declared a national emergency over the coronavirus. Legoland and the USS Midway ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    California has now entered a critical new phase in the fight to stop the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. The virus is present in our communities, and we all must work together to prevent its spread.
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