COVID in San Diego, anti-vaccine messaging, presidential pardons

Business owners protest to remain open despite state-mandated restrictions after high case rates placed San Diego County in the most restrictive "purple" tier during the COVID-19 outbreak, November 16, 2020. Photo by REUTERS/Mike Blake

San Diego County’s big box stores, restaurants and group living situations are sites of the most prevalent COVID-19 contagion, according to a KPBS investigation. Anti-vaccine and alt-right groups are teaming up to stoke fears of a COVID-19 vaccine. Ethical questions surround Trump's pre-Christmas wave of 20 pardons and commutations. The Metropolitan Opera is continuing to produce shows by filming singers performing in historic locations around the world. And film critics review “Wonder Woman 1984,” Pixar’s “Soul,” and some Christmas favorites.