Lisa Bartlett

Orange County Supervisor for the Fifth District

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Orange County was removed from    California’s coronavirus watch list    on Sunday, paving the way for the region to continue reopening more businesses and schools.

With COVID rates down, OC kids might return to school in-person

Orange County was removed from California’s coronavirus watch list on Sunday, paving the way for the region to continue reopening more businesses and schools.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

California is now the epicenter of the nation’s coronavirus outbreak, passing New York with the most confirmed COVID-19 infections.

OC is a COVID-19 hotspot. Residents don’t want to wear masks, so what needs to happen?

California is now the epicenter of the nation’s coronavirus outbreak, passing New York with the most confirmed COVID-19 infections.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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