This Month in History is a feature in PB Monthly highlighting local happenings from yesteryear.
This Month in History is a new feature in the PB Monthly highlighting local happenings from yesteryear.
Opinion: Pacific Beach residents speak out about helpful grocery workers, wearing masks, staying calm amid the pandemic and other local matters.
Alas, April, the mild-mannered month that typically heralds the coming of spring — and sparkles like its designated diamond birthstone with a pile of precious celebrations — is now on lock-down. These fun events that highlight fertility and rebirth, freedom, the national pastime, pranks and humor, and literary and planetary pursuits will all have to be rejiggered this year.
While most coronaviruses cause common cold, three have become more dangerous, crossing species to people: the first was SARS CoV in 2003 and the latest to “make the jump” — SARS-CoV-2, the virus which causes “Coronavirus Disease 2019” or COVID-19. According to former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb, there was a large, late-season spike in U.S. “flu-like” illness, raising the unsettling possibility that the novel corona virus may have been here earlier than initially thought.
Against the novel coronavirus called COVID-19, no one is immune, a UCSD medical professor explains. “Everyone can get sick and everyone can spread the disease.”
It’s time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on March 17 with some scrumptious breakfast dishes and drinks inspired by the Emerald Isle.