1. Coronavirus: Los Angeles to shelter in place for months, mayor tells us - Business Insider  Business Insider
  2. Los Angeles may see the same number of COVID-19 cases as New York City  ABC News
  3. Los Angeles mayor warns of mass death, condemns 'false hope'  AOL
  4. L.A. issues new coronavirus quarantine order for the sick  Los Angeles Times
  5. LA to stop water, power for nonessential businesses refusing to close  Daily Mail
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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti told Insider that he was wary of "premature optimism" in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti told Insider that he was wary of "premature optimism" in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Coronavirus: Los Angeles to shelter in place for months, mayor tells us - Business Insider

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said there have been reports of so-called non-essential businesses ignoring orders to shut down.Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said there have been reports of so-called non-essential businesses ignoring orders to shut down.

LA to stop water, power for nonessential businesses refusing to close | Daily Mail Online

Los Angeles authorities could shut down water and power to “nonessential” businesses that refuse to close amid the coronavirus outbreak there, according to local reports.Los Angeles authorities could shut down water and power to “nonessential” businesses that refuse to close amid the coronavirus outbreak there, according to local reports.

“I know we're all anxious to return to our routines –– to see the people we love and visit the places that make this city home. But please take this health pandemic seriously –– stay home and practice physical distancing. Every single choice you make could save a life or risk one.”

Mayor Eric Garcetti on Twitter: "I know we're all anxious to return to our routines –– to see the people we love and visit the places that make this city home. But please take this health pandemic seriously –– stay home and practice physical distancing. Every single choice you make could save a life or risk one."

“New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on 3/22: “It is going to be four months, six months, nine months.” President Donald Trump on 3/24: “It’s about two weeks.” Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on 3/25: “I think this is at least two months. And be prepared for longer."”

Darren Rovell on Twitter: "New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on 3/22: “It is going to be four months, six months, nine months.” President Donald Trump on 3/24: “It’s about two weeks.” Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on 3/25: “I think this is at least two months. And be prepared for longer.""

“As long as this emergency period continues, we will not shut off water or power or impose any late fees to L.A. residents. @LADWP has a flexible payment plan online and income-based discounts to help support all Angelenos. For more resources, visit: https://t.co/NDxMWYSSJj”

Mayor Eric Garcetti on Twitter: "As long as this emergency period continues, we will not shut off water or power or impose any late fees to L.A. residents. @LADWP has a flexible payment plan online and income-based discounts to help support all Angelenos. For more resources, visit: https://t.co/NDxMWYSSJj"

“Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti said sports venues like Staples Center are in consideration to house potential hospital beds for COVID-19 patients. https://t.co/VyWEjkzwFB”

Arash Markazi on Twitter: "Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti said sports venues like Staples Center are in consideration to house potential hospital beds for COVID-19 patients.… https://t.co/oJighuyGaW"

We’d better end this emergency before the Bill of Rights is carried out on a gurney.

Intrusions on our liberties cannot end soon enough – Daily News

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti opened his daily briefing Tuesday recognizing what may have been the first teenage COVID-19 death in L.A. County and went on to announce actions against nonessential businesses that don’t close and a new portal for recruiting medics. He reminded young people that the virus can hit them too, urging them […]Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti opened his daily briefing Tuesday recognizing what may have been the first teenage COVID-19 death in L.A. County and went on to announce actions against nonessential…

Mayor Garcetti announces water and power will be shut off for nonessential L.A. businesses that don’t close | KTLA

While nonessential businesses that say open may face sanctions, the LAPD said rumors it was ticketing people for exercising outdoors are untrue.While nonessential businesses that say open may face sanctions, the LAPD said rumors it was ticketing people for exercising outdoors are untrue.

Amid coronavirus, LAPD isn't ticketing for driving, exercising - Los Angeles Times

Co-founders Brandon Beck and Marc Miller join the company in donating to these public funds.Co-founders Brandon Beck and Marc Miller join the company in donating to these public funds.

League Of Legends Studio Riot Games Donates $1.5 Million To LA Anti-Coronavirus Efforts - GameSpot

League of Legends creators Riot Games and its co-founders are each donating $500,000 to aid coronavirus relief, as well as helping secure medical equipment for LA hospitals.The Los Angeles-based company and its co-founders are donating $500,000 each

Riot Games and co-founders donate $1.5 million to coronavirus relief - Polygon

Riot and both co-founders, Marc Merill and Brandon Beck, donated $500,000 each.

Riot and its co-founders donate $1.5 million to coronavirus relief efforts | Dot Esports

Mayor Eric Garcetti's relief fund will receive $200,000 of Riot Games' donationMayor Eric Garcetti's relief fund will receive $200,000 of Riot Games' donation

Riot Games Donates $1.5 Million to Coronavirus Relief in LA

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Wednesday he has authorized city department heads to take “any action necessary within their budgets” to obtain...Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Wednesday he has authorized city department heads to take “any action necessary within their budgets” to obtain materials, construction equipment, services and anything else that can help keep people safe during the coronavirus pandemic. “This might sound small, but this is a big deal,” Garcetti said. “We haven’t just reduced red tape. We’ve completely…

Mayor Clears Red Tape, Tells City Departments to Take Actions Against Coronavirus – NBC Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES, Ca. (WSET) -- Los Angeles is making sure people are following rules to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said in his daily briefing on Tuesday that the Department of Water and Power will shut off the water and power to non-essential businesses that refuse to close. “We’re all safer at home, and that’s not a suggestion — it is the law,” said Mayor Garcetti.LOS ANGELES, Ca. (WSET) -- Los Angeles is making sure people are following rules to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said in his daily briefing on Tuesday that the Department of Water and Power will shut off the water and power to non-essential businesses that refuse to close. “We’re all safer at home, and that’s not a suggestion — it is the law,” said Mayor Garcetti.

Water and power will be shut off to non-essential businesses that refuse to close in L.A. | WSET

Los Angeles will shut off water and power to businesses deemed nonessential that decline to follow an order ...Los Angeles will shut off water and power to businesses deemed nonessential that decline to follow an order ...

Los Angeles to Shut Off Water, Power for Nonessential Businesses That Refuse to Close Amid Pandemic

As the number of coronavirus cases continued to accelerate in Los Angeles and elsewhere, Mayor Eric Garcetti acknowledged Wednesday that the “safer at home” order could be extended through mid-May.  Currently, the city and county order is scheduled to expire on April 19.  But in a recent interview with Business Insider, Garcetti said it could […]As the number of coronavirus cases continued to accelerate in Los Angeles and elsewhere, Mayor Eric Garcetti acknowledged Wednesday that the “safer at home” order could be extended through mid-May.…

Mayor Garcetti says L.A.’s ‘safer at home’ order could be in effect for 2 months | KTLA

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Los Angeles' Government Is Getting Heavy-Handed In Making Sure Non-Essential Businesses Remain Closed

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Tuesday that the city's neighborhood prosecutors will investigate complaints of "nonessential" businesses that are still operating despite orders to close due to the coronavirus.Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Tuesday that the city's neighborhood prosecutors will investigate complaints of "nonessential" businesses that are still operating despite orders to close due to the coronavirus.