Today, Monday April 27th, Governor Gavin Newsom held his daily briefing to provide an update on the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Newsom opened by stating that "we have made real progress, 40 million Californians have not only bent the curve, but stabilized it.” However, he also addressed the photos of people flocking to certain beaches over the weekend. "Those images are an example of what not to do," he stated.
Governor Gavin Newsom held his daily briefing to provide an update on the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Governor Gavin Newsom opened his daily briefing with comments on student loan debt. He said 21 out of the 24 largest student loan servicers have agreed to a 90-day forbearance on student loan debt, impacting over 1.1 million Californians with loan debt.
Today, Wednesday April 22nd, Governor Gavin Newsom, joined by California’s Health and Human Services Agency Secretary, Dr.
The Eucharist is central to the spiritual lives of Catholic. Attendance at Mass not only strengthens our soul but also provides us with an opportunity for Christian fellowship.
During the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, these resources will be helpful in maintaining our spiritual practices and coping with a difficult time.
We also need to find safe ways to reach out and interact with family and friends. Please do not be alone. Let family and friends know your needs or reach out to someone you think might be in need.
During Governor Gavin Newsom’s daily briefing today he announced “Californians For All”, a new initiative to “build an army of volunteers” who can help deliver a meal, reach out to neighbors, check-in on seniors, assist disabled individuals with grocery shopping, donate blood, volunteer at the food bank, more. People who want to help, Newsom said, should visit: http://californiansforall.ca.gov. The goal of the website is to match Californians with safe volunteer opportun
Governor Gavin Newsom focused his daily briefing on distance learning and closing the digital divide for California’s students.
California’s Catholic Bishops have asked Governor Gavin Newsom to increase aid to undocumented and low-wage residents of the state “because the virus doesn't know the difference between someone who has the right legal documents and those who do not.”
Today Governor Gavin Newsom held his daily briefing to provide an update on the State’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. He focused on the economic consequences of the virus. Since March 12th, 3.1 million Californians have filed for unemployment insurance (UI). "We are now in a pandemic-induced recession here in the state of California," Newsom said.