Pandemic

Orange Coast College

Orange Coast College Requires Vaccines

The Coast College District has announced that its requiring Covid-19 vaccines for all its students and, staff at all its campuses including Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa. The other campuses in the district Golden West College in Huntington Beach and Coastline College will also have the same requirement. The new announcement affects approximately 30,000 […]

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Orange County Fairgrounds Vaccination Site To Close

The Orange County Health Care Agency has announced that its huge vaccination site at the Orange County Fairgrounds and Event center in Costa Mesa will close on June 6th. The closing is due to a big drop in demand for vaccinations at all four of the mega vaccination sites which have seen a 75 percent […]

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Super Vaccination Site To Open At Fairgrounds

The Orange County Fairgrounds has had a busy COVID testing site open for a long time now comes good news for Costa Mesa residents a large vaccination site is also going to open this Wednesday. The news comes from former Costa Mesa Mayor and new District Two supervisor Katrina Foley. The new vaccination center wasn’t […]

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No More Limited Stay At Home Curfew

Limited stay at home curfew between the hours of 10 pm to 5 am is over.

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Costa Mesa Restaurants Can Reopen Outside Dining

The stay at home order has been lifted which means among other things that restaurants are again allowed to open outside dining.

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Orange County Fairgrounds Vaccine Super Center?

The Orange County Board of Supervisors has just opened a vaccine super center in one of parking lots of the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim. The Orange County Board of Supervisors has also discussed using the Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa as an additional vaccine super center; When this might happen in the future will […]

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Hospitals Hit Zero Capacity

Orange County hospitals hit zero capacity in Intensive Care Units as pandemic numbers surge and, hospitals cancel non essential surgery as well as not being allowed to turn away ambulances.

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Businesses Protesting Stay At Home

Many businesses in Orange County are protesting the Stay At Home order issued by Governor Gavin Newsom by remaining open or in the case of restaurants by allowing indoor dining. Restaurants in Costa Mesa have joined the protest which is using the hashtag #opensafe. Restaurants in Costa Mesa allowing indoor dining against the Governor’s order […]

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Fairview Development Center Ready For Patients

As pandemic hospital cases surge across the County with close to 1,000 people in hospital across the County and 239 in intensive care the Fairview Development Center is ready for the overflow. The hospital in Costa Mesa is a field hospital where patients that are stabilized will go so beds in other hospitals can be […]

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