Orange County has 107 newly reported case of coronavirus; 10 have died — Orange County Register

Orange County officials reported 107 newly confirmed cases of coronavirus as of Wednesday afternoon, April 1, upping the regional’s total to 606. Wednesday’s update marked the biggest one-day jump in the numbers thus far, after three days of slowing in additions to the tally of new cases.

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Adam Schlesinger, Fountains of Wayne singer, dead at 52 from Covid-19 — NBC Palm Springs

Adam Schlesinger, the co-founder of pop-rock band Fountains of Wayne and an Oscar-nominated songwriter, has died from complications related to coronavirus. He was 52. “As many of you are aware, Adam had been hospitalized with Covid-19 and although he had been making some small improvements over the last few days, Adam’s condition was critical…

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Ralphs extends temporary store hours — fox5sandiego.com

SAN DIEGO — Ralphs announced Sunday it will be expanding its temporary store hours starting Monday in an effort to provide customers with more time to complete their grocery shopping. Ralphs first announced new temporary store hours on March 14 in response to coronavirus concerns…

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Houston Rapper Scarface Tests Positive For Coronavirus: “Felt Like I Was Going To Die” — Deadline

Houston rapper Scarface says he tested positive for coronavirus and has “been sick for weeks.” Scarface, real name Brad Jordan, shared the news with fans Thursday on Instagram during a live interview with fellow hip-hop personality Willie D. “I been to the point where I felt like I was going to die,” Scarface said…

via Houston Rapper Scarface Tests Positive For Coronavirus: “Felt Like I Was Going To Die” — Deadline

Authorities enforce beach closures with warns of fines, jail time for those who don’t comply — fox5sandiego.com

SAN DIEGO — State parks and beaches remain closed this weekend as authorities work on enforcement and warn residents they could face fines and jail time if they don’t comply with the statewide stay-at-home order. The strict enforcement comes as at least four lifeguards have come down with COVID-19…

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California real estate sales now deemed ‘essential’ industry — Orange County Register

The real estate industry, struggling with coronavirus-linked limitations, got a boost with its sales business reclassified as an “essential” industry. The California Association of Realtors said Saturday, March 28, that commercial and residential real estate services were included on an updated list of essential services from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity and Infrastructure…

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