Here are the latest coronavirus-related headlines for April 2, 2020. We’ve launched this page to help get the word out about businesses staying open during the pandemic.
- 6:06 p.m.: The US Food and Drug Administration issued new blood donation eligibility guidance Thursday as blood supplies decrease amid the coronavirus pandemic.
- 5:03 p.m.: Solano County Public Health officials say an elderly resident has died from complications of the novel coronavirus.
- 2:50 p.m.: The state has several new tools to help small businesses and workers get through the coronavirus pandemic.
- 2:40 p.m.: The Navy has removed the commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt after he sent a memo saying the Navy was “failing” to take care of its sailors during the coronavirus outbreak.
- 1:48 p.m.: After new data released this week showed a large chunk of confirmed coronavirus cases in Sacramento County were linked to church gatherings, Gov. Gavin Newsom had a stern message to deliver.
- 9:29 a.m.: Stockton Unified schools won’t be reopening for the rest of the 2019-2020 academic year.
- 9:20 a.m.: Democrats move their national convention to pick the party’s 2020 presidential nominee to the week of August 17 in response to coronavirus.
Here are some stories from Tuesday you might have missed: