COVID-19 Comprehensive Coverage Summary

COVID-19 graphic snapshot: Updated June 7

The following graphics are regularly updated to provide a visual representation of the coronavirus trends and impacts in Los Angeles County and the Santa Clarita

Cal/OSHA updates COVID-19 workplace guidance

As the state prepares to reopen fully next week, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health officials discussed the continued importance of mask mandates. Cal/OSHA,

Exer announces Sports & Schools program

As more youth return to sports, Exer Urgent Care announced it’d be providing students with complimentary sports screening exams and EKGs through its Exer Sports

Staying positive post-pandemic

While the pandemic and the resulting business closures were difficult on business owners from all walks of life, women were hit especially hard, studies found.

Zero COVID-19 patients at Henry Mayo

For the first time in more than a year, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital says it has no COVID-19 patients hospitalized. The last COVID-19 patient at

State announces fewer COVID-19 restrictions starting June 15

Most businesses and activities will return to “usual operations” starting June 15 under new state public health guidelines released Friday morning.  Capacity limitations and physical distancing will not be required for most

CDC funding to support COVID-19 testing at schools

Santa Clarita Valley’s six school districts could receive a little over $7.5 million from Los Angeles County to provide comprehensive COVID-19 screening programs at SCV schools.  That sum is part of a $300 million award from

Roundtable faces scrutiny over inclusivity

Following a member’s resignation in April citing “reverse racism” on the city of Santa Clarita Human Relations Roundtable and criticism that Santa Clarita Mayor Bill Miranda found himself addressing from