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Today's roundup features @KPCC @LAist @jackiefortier @robertgarrova @kylestokes @guerinemily @adrienehill discussing COVID-19 cases in LA nursing homes and how the coronavirus is impacting those with mental health challenges. https://t.co/3xkD88W9oe pic.twitter.com/GKdst8rJht— KCET-TV SoCal (@KCET) March 31, 2020
Happy Monday all. I hope you’re well. I’m Adriene Hill, the managing editor.
We had a number of sobering updates from state and local officials today. We’re doing our best to understand and explain how COVID-19 is reshaping life here in Southern California. If you have questions, or observations please be in touch.
Today, PBS SoCal Chief Creative Officer Juan Devis and I talk with:
- Jackie Fortiér about the latest case numbers
- Robert Garrova about mental health care
- Kyle Stokes has a distance learning update from LAUSD
- And Emily Guerin, discusses the difficult decisions ahead for small business owners.
About this project: The KPCC + LAist newsroom is working together with PBS SoCal and KCET to get our reporting out to a wide audience.
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