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La Jolla resident Scott Flavell was grappling with his own coronavirus-caused problem: laying off workers in his Kearny Mesa factory. It manufactured postural correction products for the chiropractic industry — not exactly an essential business. As Flavell left a local market and seeing grocery employees working closely with others, a simultaneous solution to both problems suddenly dawned on him. His factory would switch to manufacturing face masks and donate them to grocery stores. He shifted production and made 10,000 masks at an initial cost of $3,000, but offering them for free.
Even with coronavirus upheaval, San Diego housing analysts have been bullish on the market because of low loan rates
San Diego County officials on Thursday, April 2 announced several new health orders, including requiring employees who regularly interact with the public to wear face coverings and the mandatory closure of parking lots at all parks and beaches.
Guest Commentary: Chris Van Gorder, president/CEO of Scripps Health in San Diego, writes: Like health care providers across the country, Scripps is working with our fellow health systems and we are in regular contact with county officials, state legislators and health care officials. Scripps applauds the work that has been done to date — California is one of very few states that have taken firm action and our county was willing to take action even before the state did.
Law joins forces to protect residents during COVID-19 crisis Local law enforcement agencies are working together to remind residents of consumer laws in place during the COVID-19 state of emergency and Gov.
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County officials announced Monday new emergency regulations to help slow the spread of COVID-19 including a ban on all gatherings of 50 people or more, the immediate closure of all adult entertainment establishments that serve alcohol and restrictions on in-dining options.
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