Animal Shelters Emptying As Humans Shelter-In-Place

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CA Won't Go Back To 'Normal' Anytime Soon

Governor Gavin Newsom is laying out a road map for what the easing of California’s coronavirus lockdown might look like. At his daily briefing on the state’s approach towards managing the pandemic, he ruled out a return to the way things were just a month ago.
Reporter: Guy Marzaroti, KQED

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Airports around California have taken a huge hit as the coronavirus crisis has all but shut down air travel. They’re about to get some help thanks to the federal government’s recently passed two-trillion-dollar relief package.
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All businesses in Los Angeles County that have remained open during the coronavirus outbreak must now provide face coverings for their employees. That’s according to a new order issued by the county’s health department. The directive is just one part of new, stricter guidelines set to go into effect by the end of today.
Reporter: Benjamin Gottlieb, KCRW

California's Early Shelter-In-Place Order May Help Its Economic Future

With the economy thrust into turmoil by the pandemic, we’re spending a lot of time wondering what the way out of this moment might look like. One thing is clear, the road to recovery will be a long one. 
Guest: Mary Daly, President, Federal Reserve Bank Of San Francisco

Animal Shelters Emptying As Humans Shelter-In-Place

Since quarantine started in the US, people everywhere have rushed to take in new pets, and it’s not just adoptions. According to a site that tracks data from animal wellness agencies, the rates of fostering have exploded too.
Reporter: Danielle Chiriguayo, KCRW 

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