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    1. Disneyland Ready Be Part Of Reopening Solution In Orange County

      Disneyland Ready Be Part Of Reopening Solution In Orange County

      Anaheim officials have repeatedly asked the state for 'guidance on theme parks to reopen safely and responsibly when it is right,' city spokesman Mike Lyster said. 'We actually need a roadmap for recovery.'

      Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday that the state plans to make announcements 'soon' relating to reopening guidelines for theme parks.

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    2. Mission Viejo: Artist And Students Offering Free Graphic Design Support For Local Businesses | Mission Viejo, CA Patch

      Mission Viejo: Artist And Students Offering Free Graphic Design Support For Local Businesses | Mission Viejo, CA Patch

      To help businesses during the pandemic, artist and instructor Fernando Del Rosario is offering free graphic design support to small local businesses.

      Fernando, a creative director, artist and teacher, teamed up with his visual arts students from Cal State University, Fullerton to provide free creative services to local and small businesses struggling through the pandemic. This past semester, Fernando and his talented students assisted 11 different companies, businesses and organizations by creating content they could upload on their social media platforms.

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    3. Mission Viejo Ranks In Best Hospitals: U.S. News Rankings 2020

      Mission Viejo Ranks In Best Hospitals: U.S. News Rankings 2020

      U.S. News & World Report has released its latest rankings of the best hospitals in the United States, with all rankings coming from data that was derived before the coronavirus pandemic. So the pandemic's impact on hospitals nationwide is not shown in the latest rankings.

      Mission Hospitals - Mission Viejo and Laguna Beach - ranked as California's #15 hospital. Nationally ranked in 1 adult specialty and high performing in 7 adult specialties and 5 procedures and conditions.

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    4. Infectious Coronavirus Encounters Now Likely In LA | Pacific Palisades, CA Patch

      Infectious Coronavirus Encounters Now Likely In LA | Pacific Palisades, CA Patch

      LOS ANGELES, CA — Coronavirus hospitalizations are up across Los Angeles along with new COVID-19 cases, a troubling trend as community transmission appears to be increasing.

      On Tuesday, health officials reported a total of 2,614 new cases across the county along with 34 more deaths and a total of 1,515 hospitalizations. Though the county has seen an uptick in hospitalizations, the recent averages of between 1,350 and 1,450 are still below the pandemic peaks of more than 1,900. The county is not in immediate danger of hospitals being overwhelmed with coronavirus cases, said the county's health services director, Dr. Christina Ghaly. However, if the spread of the virus continues to accelerate, it could threaten the availability of intensive-care unit beds, she warned.

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    5. Disneyland Resort Reopening Dates Announced

      Disneyland Resort Reopening Dates Announced

      Disneyland Resort is preparing to once again open its gates after closing in mid-March for the coronavirus pandemic.
      Now, with plans for a phased-reopening, Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa and Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel plan to reopen on July 23, and Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure park will plan to reopen on July 17. Additionally, the Downtown Disney District will begin reopening on July 9.
      Park capacity will be limited to comply with the state's requirements on physical distancing. There is a pause on new ticket sales and sales of Annual Passports, as well as renewals.

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    6. Drop-And-Go Food Drive April 25 Benefits South County Outreach

      Drop-And-Go Food Drive April 25 Benefits South County Outreach

      The City of Mission Viejo is hosting a Drop-and-Go Food Drive on Saturday, April 25 from 10 am to 1 pm at the Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center, 24392 Veterans Way.
      The event will benefit South County Outreach, which typically distributes nearly one million pounds of emergency, non-perishable and fresh food to an average of 9,000 families annually. However, the need for food is up 90 percent from 2019 and the organization's inventory is down 40 percent.

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    7. Coronavirus Updates For Mission Viejo: 16 Cases

      Coronavirus Updates For Mission Viejo: 16 Cases

      MISSION VIEJO, CA — On Wednesday, Orange County Healthcare reported seven new cases of coronavirus within Mission Viejo city limits, bringing the total to 16. Residents are either hospitalized or self-quarantining as a result of new coronavirus infections.

      Overnight, an additional 107 coronavirus cases were reported across the county, bringing the total number of those infected by the virus up to 606 up from the number of cases confirmed in Orange County on Tuesday.

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    8. California Coronavirus Latest: Updates On Cases, Orders, Closures |

      California Coronavirus Latest: Updates On Cases, Orders, Closures |

      CALIFORNIA — Gov. Gavin Newsom has called up the National Guard to assist deliveries at the state's food banks. The governor said the executive order will provide short-term food security to isolated and vulnerable Californians and the short deployment will help to stabilize the immediate need of food banks.

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    9. California Coronavirus: Live Updates On Cases, Updates, Closures | Patch

      California Coronavirus: Live Updates On Cases, Updates, Closures | Patch

      CALIFORNIA — Californians saw many of the state's businesses and services come to a major slowdown or full closure this week, as new measures to slow the spread of the new coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, in the Golden State took effect. With more than an estimated 85 percent of the state's students home, life as we knew it just two weeks ago continues to change at a rapid pace.

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    10. Mission Viejo Cancels Events Due To Coronavirus Concerns

      Mission Viejo Cancels Events Due To Coronavirus Concerns

      In light of the latest guidelines from the California Department of Public Health to protect public health and slow the rate of transmission of COVID-19, the City of Mission Viejo is canceling or postponing several upcoming events.

      The state department's new guidelines call for canceling or postponing – for at least the remainder of March – all large gatherings that include 250 people such as concerts, conferences, and professional, college and school sporting events. The guidelines also include postponing or canceling smaller gatherings held in venues like crowded auditoriums, rooms or other venues that do not allow social distancing of six feet per person.

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    11. Mission Viejo Continues To Bustle With Business Activity

      Mission Viejo Continues To Bustle With Business Activity

      New businesses continue to open in Mission Viejo and others are coming our way. Here is a summary of the latest business activity:

      Retail stores in GreenStreet Mission Viejo, the new commercial center at Marguerite Parkway (south of Avery) continue to open including BurgerIM, La Vie Nail Spa, Seville Classics (a container-type store) and the carwash, with Saffron Mediterranean Grill following soon.

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    12. Mission Viejo Council Approves Acquisition Of Golf Course

      Mission Viejo Council Approves Acquisition Of Golf Course

      To preserve more than 100 acres of open space and connect the heart of Mission Viejo, the City Council this week approved the acquisition of the Casta Del Sol Golf Course. On Tuesday, Mayor Greg Raths signed the paperwork to open escrow on the property, which is expected to close on November 8.

      The Council's move will provide the community with convenient access and a one-of-a-kind walking and biking amenity

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    13. Mission Viejo Faces Power Shutoff Chance During Red Flag Warning | Mission Viejo, CA Patch

      Mission Viejo Faces Power Shutoff Chance During Red Flag Warning | Mission Viejo, CA Patch

      Roughly 13,000 Southern California Edison customers across the Southland were without power Thursday thanks precautionary power shutoffs due to gusting Santa Ana winds. Los Angeles County communities includes Chatsworth Lake Manor, Palmdale and unincorporated areas of Agua Dulce, Acton, Boiling Point, White Heather, Fern Ann Falls, Twin Lakes, Deer Lake Highlands, Santa Susana Knolls.

      SCE has identified areas in and around Rancho Santa Margarita, the unincorporated areas around San Juan Capistrano, and Trabuco Canyon as potentials for the proactive power shutoffs.

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    14. Mission Viejo's St. Kilian Catholic Church Celebrates 50 Years | Mission Viejo, CA Patch

      Mission Viejo's St. Kilian Catholic Church Celebrates 50 Years | Mission Viejo, CA Patch

      The year was 1970. Fewer than 100 parishioners gathered at a local high school to celebrate mass. Donna Finnegan was one of the first to gather at Mission Viejo High School. She remembers. It was her very first mass.

      Now, in 2019, nearly 50 years later, she recalled the changes as the church has bloomed to 1,200 seats.

      'It's been amazing to watch the growth and change at St. Kilian over the past 50 years,' she said. 'I'm so proud to be part of this community of caring, generous, and faithful people.'

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    15. More Than A Quarter Of LA County Kids Live In Poverty |

      More Than A Quarter Of LA County Kids Live In Poverty |

      A new report shows 25. 3 percent of Los Angeles County kids live in poverty, a share that's vastly higher than the national average of 19 percent and more than the state average of 21.9 percent. That's according to an annual report published Monday by the Annie E. Casey Foundation that ranked California the 28th best state in the nation when it comes to child well-being.

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