LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — An assistant professor at University of California Davis, posted to Twitter Wednesday about a confirmed case of coronavirus that appeared to be community acquired — the first in the nation. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified the patient as a resident of Solano County who was now hospitalized in Sacramento for treatment. The CDC said the person did not travel and was not knowingly exposed to anyone who was infected. … [Read more...] about California Reports First Case Of Community-Acquired Coronavirus, Schools Work To Educate Families
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6-1D: .04(6)(i)According to management, the time temperature controlled foods in the open top coolers and the dressings for self-service were on time as a control for food safety. Product was placed in the coolers and at self-service area at 11AM and were going to be discarded at 3PM. The managers stated that they were using time as a control for food safety for the items in the prep coolers because both coolers were found to be malfunctioning that morning. Written procedures for using time as control for food safety were not prepared in advance. Product was not labeled with the time when removed from temperature control and/or the discard time.(Foods on time control included cheeses, cut tomatoes, cut lettuce, slaw, guacamole with cut tomatoes, raw meats/fish, dressings made on-site). // "When using Time Control (TPHC) for a maximum of 4 hours: 1) hot foods shall start at 135°F (57°C) or above and cold foods shall start at 41°F (5°C) or below; 2) the food items … [Read more...] about Gwinnett Food Inspections: Kups, Won Won, Burger 21, More
Local bonds are paid for with local tax increases; this statewide bond does not involve a tax increase. Instead it would be repaid over 35 years out of the state’s general fund at a rate of $740 million per year, which is equal to about half of one percent of the total state budget. The repayment of this bond and others would limit the amount of money that the state has available to spend for other purposes. … [Read more...] about Proposition 13 is endorsed by schools across California. Why not LAUSD?
Parents at a suburban Orlando, Florida, school raged against school officials in December 2018 after they warned of a “code red” over a loudspeaker and sent automated texts to teachers that there was an active shooter on campus. The administrators did not say it was a drill, and some students were so afraid that they texted their parents good bye messages, according to the Orlando Sentinel. … [Read more...] about Schools should reconsider active shooter drills, teacher unions say
But again, the West Village and Chelsea are no longer the epicenters of HIV/AIDS in New York City, and if, according to GMHC — which holds its 25th annual AIDS Walk next month — half its clients are coming from outside Manhattan anyway, does it really matter if the site is moving nearby? If anything, GMHC’s decision to relocate revives an older debate about whether it should stay centrally located in Manhattan or disperse throughout the city into hard-hit hoods in the boroughs — a model employed by Housing Works, its sometime partner, sometime rival. Assuming that GMHC’s most needed, beloved programs go to the new site, the move may truly be, as Kramer now asserts, not that worrisome. At the least, as the longtime AIDS activist points out, the loss of St. Vincent’s — which served not just the area’s HIV population but, indeed, the entire population — “is a lot bigger deal.” Yet Enrique Menendez, 44, an actor and GMHC … [Read more...] about Gay Men’s Health Crisis Eyeing Move Out of Longtime Chelsea Headquarters