LACMA’s demolition during COVID-19

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The Los Angeles County Museum of Art was designed by William Pereira in 1965. Now four of the buildings at the museum are being demolished to make way for a new $750 million structure. Photo credit: Gunnar Klack (CC BY-SA 4.0)

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the demolition of four aging buildings at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art has begun. It’s the first major step in the construction of a $750 million redesign. Also, we learn how social workers are conducting virtual home visits.