Julia Wick

Los Angeles Times

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This novel coronavirus can infect even relatively young people without underlying health conditions, including LA Times reporter Julia Wick.    
  Three weeks ago, she was cooking…

LA Times’ Julia Wick on having COVID-19 and living alone

This novel coronavirus can infect even relatively young people without underlying health conditions, including LA Times reporter Julia Wick.  Three weeks ago, she was cooking…

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After more than a century of family ownership, the Bakersfield Californian is on sale

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