As of May 8, there are 898 positive COVID-19 cases in Long Beach with 565 recoveries, officials said. Despite the continued increase in infection, Mayor Robert Garcia announced the first steps in reopening the economy set to begin Friday.
Content that focuses on the growing coronavirus epidemic at CSULB.
As the city prepares to enter phase-two of the economic reopening plan, the Long Beach City Council on Tuesday reviewed a lengthy report detailing the city’s current status of coronavirus.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have disrupted mine and my cousin’s birthday plans, but it did not stop our friends and family from coordinating surprise car parades. For me, this was more memorable than anything else that could have happened, pandemic or not.
Fact-to-face instruction or hybridization of some courses are being considered according to Conoley, but she said that whatever plan the university moves forward with must be consistent for the 2020-21 school year.
In this episode of Beach Weekly, host Aubrey Balster gives you the latest news on campus, including a racist video posted by a Long Beach State student and plans for Fall 2020 alternative instruction. Balster also dives into the most recent numbers regarding coronavirus in Long Beach.
The pandemic prevents men’s volleyball from finishing season; possibly the chance to three-peat as NCAA champions.
Protests calling for an end to the quarantine are putting themselves, their families and their communities in danger.
Conoley added that campus WiFi will be extended to parking lots and a laptop loan program is being discussed.
In the wake of changes to CSUs as a result of COVID-19, students are calling for CSU officials to intervene with stipends for lost jobs, reimbursements of student fees, free on-campus housing for the remainder of pandemic and more.
CSULB graduate nursing student Jovani Rioja shares his painful moments battling and recovering from COVID-19.