Here are the latest coronavirus-related headlines for April 3, 2020. We’ve launched this page to help get the word out about businesses staying open during the pandemic.
- 2:51 p.m.: Pres. Trump announced that the CDC is recommending people wear non-medical face masks in public.
- 2:15 p.m.: Work begins to transform Sleep Train Arena into a Coronavirus surge hospital.
- 2:09 p.m.: The Supreme Court has postponed the remaining two weeks of oral arguments due to the coronavirus.
- 1:13 p.m.: Gov. Newsom said Friday, more than 6,800 hotel and motel rooms had been identified for use by California’s homeless population.
- 11:06 a.m.: Starting this weekend, Target will be limiting the number of shoppers allowed in stores due to coronavirus concerns.
- 10:30 a.m.: A leader of the California Senate says the Legislature will not reconvene on April 13 because of the coronavirus outbreak.
- 9:58 a.m.: Singer Sara Bareilles has shared that she had a “very mild” case of COVID-19 and has now fully recovered.
- 9:07 a.m.: All Yolo County schools have officially closed for the rest of the school year and are now transitioning to distancing learning amid the coronavirus pandemic.
- 8:38 a.m.: Elected officials have vowed repeatedly to get homeless people indoors, but testing shortages and bureaucratic wrangling are making it difficult to help them.
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