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The team has only played one match this year against Costa Rica on February 1, in Carson, California. The score was , with the U. Nevada provided those relief funds on the condition that the county enforces statewide directives, including limiting public gatherings to 50 people. Douglas County officials said they weighed First Amendment concerns with state directives before deciding to allow the rally, which jeopardized the funds.

A coronavirus outbreak at a college has pushed one of California's largest counties to the brink of more business shutdowns. It's a dizzying and discouraging turn of events for San Diego County and its 3. But more than cases at San Diego State University changed the outlook. On Tuesday, the state will update the state's reopening situation and it's expected San Diego will fall back to the most restrictive tier. Among other things, that means restaurants couldn't offer indoor dining.

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit from President Donald Trump's reelection campaign challenging Nevada's new vote-by-mail law. Trump's campaign filed lawsuits in several states over voting rules and had asked the judge to block a new Nevada law that calls for mail-in ballots to automatically be sent to all active voters, a change prompted by the coronavirus. The campaign has argued the law is unconstitutional. The judge says the Trump campaign made allegations that were policy disagreements but did not show any constitutional harms.

This news increases the statewide totals to 75, cases and 1, deaths since the pandemic began. The AP analyzed data from John Hopkins University that showed the seven-day rolling averages of daily new cases and deaths in Nevada have been declining over the past two weeks. The infection is thought to be much higher because many people have not been tested and others may be asymptomatic carriers.

Big studio releases like Warner Bros. California will not be processing new unemployment claims for the next two weeks as the state works out a plan to tackle the backlog of nearly , claims and prevent fraud, according to the Associated Press. The pause was announced on Saturday. Statewide, more than 2 million people are out of work. New York has suffered by far the most deaths -- 33, -- followed New Jersey, which has about half as many. Texas is third. California has had the most confirmed virus cases in the country with about , but key indicators have fallen dramatically since a spike that started after Memorial Day weekend prompted statewide shutdowns of businesses.

California's unemployment rate fell to The Employment Development Department says the state added , jobs last month. Most of those were government positions, including temporary positions for the U. California lost more than 2. The state has regained nearly a third of those jobs. But experts warn other indicators show the state's economy has stalled with no quick recovery in sight. Restaurants and other hospitality businesses have been the hardest hit. The industry lost another 14, jobs in August with coronavirus restrictions still in place across much of the state. Northern Nevada schools reopened last month, with some students on campus and others online.

So far, 27 students and 17 staff members in Washoe County School District have tested positive. Superintendent Kristen McNeill says many of those cases are no longer active. But district staff are working with public health officials to provide contact tracing in the schools where cases have appeared. About a third of district students are enrolled in full-time distance learning. Unemployment in the Sacramento area is still high compared to last year at this time, before the pandemic.

s out Friday show the jobless rate was 9. But that 9. So we are seeing a rebound of some of those jobs. Including sectors like government, which gained 7, jobs; professional and business services, which saw a month-over increase of 2, positions; and health and education services, which gained 1, jobs. The state says K schools can reopen in a county once it has been moved out of the most restrictive purple tier — which als widespread virus transmission — for two weeks.

Some districts there had set campus return dates in the coming weeks. Gavin Newsom ed a bill into law on Thursday that will require employers to alert their employees if they've been potentially exposed to COVID while at work, according to The Sacramento Bee. AB requires employers to provide a written notice to employees and subcontractors instructing them to self-isolate after potential exposure from a co-worker that either tested positive for COVID or has been instructed to self-isolate.

The notice must be delivered within one business day after finding out about a potential infection. Gavin Newsom has ed two bills into law that are aimed at protecting workers from the coronavirus. One of them makes people who have the coronavirus eligible for workers compensation benefits.

Another requires companies to warn their employees if they have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for the virus. Business groups opposed both laws, calling them vague and unworkable. Newsom said Thursday that the laws prioritize the state's workforce. He ed them during a Zoom call with supporters.

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Olivia Kasirye says the county could be leaving the purple tier around the middle of October. The county is reporting 9 cases per , residents each day, and must improve that to seven before the state will change its status. And our positivity rate is at 5. About 16 counties are in the second tier, 10 in the third and only two counties have minimal risk: Alpine and Mono counties. This letter reflected a departure from that.

However, the state is continuing to allow some ificant reopenings, including some in sports. Newsom said that Pac football could start up again, with restrictions. The issue arose as San Diego County has seen more than cases among college students and others that have helped drive up infections. The county's chief administrative officer has said she would ask the state to exclude San Diego State University cases from its count, but Gov. Gavin Newsom says he's not considering that. While California has seen virus infections slow in recent weeks, San Diego County has recorded a recent increase, which could lead to additional restrictions.

Any plans for the Pac to the Big Ten in returning to football are on hold due to health policies in two states within the conference. The Big Ten changed course and said it will begin an eight-game football schedule on Oct.

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