11:10 a.m. Newsom says churches can open with 25% of capacity: Churches in California can reopen for in-person services, provided the congregants are limited to 25% of building capacity or a maximum of 100 attendees, whichever is fewer, under new state guidelines Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled Monday. After three weeks, state and county health officials will “assess the impact of these imposed limits on public health” and make a determination on future services, the guidelines state. The guidelines come after President Trump declared places of worship as “essential” businesses allowed to be open during the coronavirus pandemic. Read The Chronicle’s story with details. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus live updates: Outbreak strikes seafood wholesaler in Morgan Hill
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6:25 a.m. Trump mischaracterizes Newsom’s absentee ballots plan: President Trump sent out a misleading tweet Tuesday morning about California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s plan to send every registered voter in the state a mail ballot to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus. “The Governor of California is sending Ballots to millions of people, anyone (...) living in the state, no matter who they are or how they got there, will get one,” Trump said in a tweet. “That will be followed up with professionals telling all of these people, many of whom have never even thought of voting before, how, and for whom, to vote. This will be a Rigged Election. No way!” Newsom announced the absentee ballot effort earlier this month as a safety precaution to allow people to avoid packing into polling places on election day. Read more on Newsom’s plan. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus live updates: A’s to start furloughs and cutbacks next week
7:58 a.m. Dry winter compounds pain of coronavirus in northern state: In a handful of farm-dependent counties along the Oregon border, the prospect of running out of water, as soon as next month, has arrived as the Klamath Basin region faces the hardship of the coronavirus outbreak. Many businesses have closed or cut hours during the pandemic, leaving little cushion for the imminent fallout of drought. Hundreds of farmers are at risk of having their irrigation water shut off — and watching their crops wither in the field. Read more from The Chronicle’s Kurtis Alexander. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus live updates: Santa Cruz County allows office workspaces, retail to reopen
After all, a student’s future depends on more than good grades and high test scores. There are all kinds of interactions and opportunities in schools that can change a student’s trajectory — the TAP card Keith’s school handed him that that gave him a sense of independence, personal connections that promoted trust. His relationships with teachers who shared their lunches and their lives, putting him on a path to better health. … [Read more...] about Column: Once homeless, a student loses 100 pounds and fends off isolation with teachers’ help
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