Friday, 14 August 2020 When the coronavirus hit California, the owner of Boyd Funeral Home in South Los Angeles initially declined to receive patients who died from the virus. But it became clear that Black communities were hit hard. So Boyd decided to make it work. (Aug. 14)
Twenty-four year-old Maria Jose Rodriguez's immigration status means she can't vote in November's election, but that hasn't stopped her from mobilizing and advocating in her community. Libby Hogan reports.
Los Angeles County health officials have confirmed the region's first West Nile virus death of the 2020 season. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health said the patient was an elderly resident of South Los Angeles. According to UPI, she was hospitalized and died from West Nile virus-associated neuro-invasive disease. Health officials warned that the West Nile virus continues to be a serious health threat. A total of five cases have been reported in Los Angeles County this year.
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