In California, all beaches and parks will be quarantined: when the decision takes effect

California Governor Gavin Newsom intends to close all parks and beaches in the region from May 1, CNN reports. A memo from the Association of Regional Police Chiefs was sent out in advance to law enforcement officers throughout the state. Already on April 30, park and beach rangers will begin to close locations. ...

California restaurants will feed older people free on self-isolation

Governor Gavin Newsom's Delivery From Restaurants: Homemade Food for Seniors program kicks off April 27. The plan was designed to help both catering establishments during the crisis and a particularly vulnerable population - the elderly, writes LA Eater. ...

13 restaurants where you can eat for free during a pandemic

The pandemic has forced restaurants to stop serving customers in the hall and “go out into the fields” - to reorganize to work with delivery or to completely quarantine. But some institutions manage to keep the staff and continue to work, remaining useful to society in this difficult time, ...

Due to the crisis, the number of Americans wishing to get free food has doubled

Out of work and without a livelihood, Americans line up giant lines for free food. Food banks fear that they will not have enough resources, writes Business Insider. Photo of an endless line of cars of people who came to get free food from the food bank in ...

California court repeals mandatory biography check for arms buyers

A federal judge Thursday, April 23, blocked a law requiring background checks for people who buy ammunition, issuing a harsh rebuke to "burdensome and confusing" regulations that violate the constitutional right to bear arms. Writes about this AP News. US District Judge Roger ...

In the zone of one of the most dangerous faults in California, a strong earthquake

An earthquake with a magnitude of 3,7 hit the south of Los Angeles. The earthquake struck at 00:03 on Wednesday 22 April. According to the US Geological Survey, a mild concussion - enough to shake dishes and windows, cars parked on rocks - was felt in the southern part ...

California will spend $ 125 million to pay illegal immigrants to coronavirus

California Governor Gavin Newsom announced the payment of cash benefits to illegal immigrants living in the state, according to CNBC. The fund for payments to illegal immigrants will consist of taxpayer money and charitable donations. So, 150 thousand people will receive an allowance of $ 500 as support in ...

Los Angeles is the second Armenia: how Armenians live in the USA

The USA is a multinational country. There is a place for everyone here, but is it so easy to settle down in the States and become your own, while preserving your national identity. Successful Armenians told We Project about their path of becoming in the United States, about the difficulties of life and adaptation. Levon ...

Coronavirus isolation mode introduced in California: where residents can go

California Governor Gavin Newsom has issued a decree requiring all 40 million state residents to stay at home due to the growing coronavirus epidemic. Writes about this NPR. The order was issued late Thursday evening, March 19, it encourages people to stay in their homes, ...

Texas vs California: how it lives in the cheapest and most expensive states in the USA

Author of the InTrend channel. Today on Yandex.Zen told about the living conditions in the cheapest and most expensive states of the United States. Further - from the first person. Hello friends! Today I decided to talk about how Americans live in the cheapest and most expensive ...

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