Claire Trageser

investigative reporter for KPBS

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LA County has seen a surge in COVID-19 outbreaks at area malls over the past month, according to the LA Times .

Restaurants, retail, grocery stores: Tracking COVID-19 outbreaks in San Diego County

LA County has seen a surge in COVID-19 outbreaks at area malls over the past month, according to the LA Times .

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