A parade of about 20 emergency vehicles will wind their way through Long Beach to salute health care workers at Memorial Hospital and St. Mary Medical Center today starting at 11:30 a.m.
No one has reported being injured.
After being closed since mid-March to slow the spread of coronavirus, beaches will be open daily from sunrise to sunset for people to use by themselves or with members of their own household.
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The number of cases has jumped by 33, bringing the total to 931 cases in the city. Not all those cases are active: at least 595 people have reported recovering.
Many community groups have even secured additional funding through the Long Beach Coronavirus Relief Fund to continue their work.
His warning comes as the city announced 23 new positive cases, bringing the total to 898, and two new deaths, bringing the total to 40.
Richard Johnston Blythe was last seen on 10 p.m. Wednesday at his live-in care facility in North Long Beach on the 3100 block of East Artesia Boulevard.
The jump comes after officials reported just two new cases on Wednesday. Officials say the delayed results were likely a contributing factor for this number.
It took firefighters until about 7 p.m. to knock down the fire because they had to navigate many tight spaces.