A coalition of county health officials, school district superintendents, UC Irvine researchers and city council members from both cities have partnered with the nonprofit Latino Health Access to help bring mobile testing sites to the most impacted neighborhoods, which tend to be working-class, Latino communities. … “From day one, back in March … we saw what was coming. And we saw just because we are there — those are communities where essential workers live. We have situations also with overcrowded housing,” [America] Bracho said at Tuesday’s news conference.
Orange County bars may shut down again due to rising coronavirus cases
Voice of OC, July 1, 2020
July 1, 2020