[ad_1] JAKARTANS has enthusiastically returned to the city’s public parks, which are now open after months of closure under Covid-19 restrictions, but many have expressed concern that the parks reopening will be brief as the government plans to tighten restrictions during year-end holidays. Desi Permata Sari, a 21-year-old student, spentRead More →

[ad_1] CARSON – Los Angeles County officials have been working together since October 6 to investigate and address the pungent odor affecting communities in the Dominguez Canal area in the city of Carson. A multi-agency response, including the county’s public works, public health, fire and emergency management departments, as wellRead More →

[ad_1] Relaxing restrictions to allow certain outdoor activities, including alfresco dining and fitness classes, for gray zone areas is something Premier Doug Ford says he would “absolutely.” in favor of doing so provided the medical officers of health and mayors consent to it. Speaking at a press conference in HamiltonRead More →

[ad_1] After nearly seven weeks of a regional coronavirus stay-at-home order, Santa Barbara County restaurants on Tuesday will once again be able to serve customers on-site, rather than sending them away with take-out orders. California Governor Gavin Newsom lifted the stay-at-home order on Monday, allowing restaurants to reopen with modifiedRead More →

[ad_1] An Old Pasadena restaurant posted this photo on social media of a man eating in his outdoor dining area just steps from the restaurant’s front door. (By Facebook) Although state health ordinances forced the shutdown of all outdoor food services across California early last month, Pasadena’s policy allows restaurateursRead More →

[ad_1] The city of Manhattan Beach in South Bay has decided to offer a “creative” solution to the current ban on on-site dining in Southern California restaurants. Although the city does not have its own public health department to make localized decisions regarding on-site meals (which, in any event, wouldRead More →

[ad_1] For many people, the summer of 2020 has been unlike any other in recent memory. Public health restrictions caused by the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic have resulted in the cancellation of festivals, concerts and other events. Many holidays and major celebrations have been limited or suspended. Despite theRead More →