California Coronavirus Weekly Recap

Stay up to date on the California coronavirus outbreak and its impact on the real estate market.

This newsletter will be released every Wednesday.

 

12.1: Issue 90


In This Issue: 

  • The Economy & Your Finances: U.S. and California unemployment both fall; EDD requiring proof of self-employment

  • The Market & Industry: California market strong; mortgage rates rise slightly, mortgage applications rise and refinancings dip

  • Around the State: First U.S. Omicron case in San Francisco; California COVID cases remain low for now

  • Health Check-Up: Omicron variant spreading worldwide; where to schedule your booster

11.24: Issue 89


In This Issue: 

  • The Economy & Your Finances: EDD requiring proof of self-employment; three reasons might allow PUA reassessment

  • The Market & Industry: Market remains solid; mortgage rates inch even lower

  • Around the State: Hospitals seek to streamline patient transfers; 80% of LAUSD students meet vaccination deadline; California COVID cases remain low

  • Health Check-Up: U.S. FDA urges boosters for all over 18, especially 50+; where to make your appointment

11.17: Issue 88

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: EDD requiring proof of self-employment; another round of state stimulus checks going out

  • The Market & Industry: Mortgage rates remain low; California's home sales solid in October 

  • Around the State: More states join California in urging booster shots for all; COVID-19 cases remain low for now

  • Health Check-Up: Pfizer asks approval for COVID-19 pill and agrees to allow other nations to make generic versions; 10% of U.S. kids aged 5-11 have had first dose of vaccine; where to make your appointment

11.10: Issue 87

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: California unemployment finally drops; U.S. jobless rate reaches pandemic low

  • The Market & Industry: Mortgage rates dip again; California's housing affordability index rose slightly in Q2

  • Around the State: State officials urge boosters; L.A. mandates vaccination proof for many indoor venues; U.S. lifts ban on international travelers; U.C. Berkeley cancels football game due to new cases

  • Health Check-Up: Nearly 1 million young children vaccinated in first week; how to make your appointment

11.3: Issue 86

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: U.S. jobless claims drop again; California unemployment finally falls slightly

  • The Market & Industry: Mortgage applications fall again; mortgage rates lower slightly

  • Around the State: Children's doses of COVID-19 vaccine available today; LA Mayor tests positive; cases remain low

  • Health Check-Up: CDC approves Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11; California begins children's vaccinations

10.27: Issue 85

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: U.S. jobless claims drop; California unemployment jumps

  • The Market & Industry: U.S. home sales rebounded last month; mortgage rates rising; Fed will begin tapering in November

  • Around the State: COVID-19 cases plummet; many vaccinated state employees are not being tested

  • Health Check-Up: FDA advisors recommend Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11; Moderna's trial shows its vaccine safe for children ages 6 to 11

10.20: Issue 84

 

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: National jobless claims drop to pre-pandemic level; California unemployment still rising

  • The Market & Industry: Market still strong, stabilizing; Freddie Mac & Fannie Mae predict home prices will continue growing; mortgage rates rise slightly

  • Around the State: Hospital staff strike for more staffing; 97 percent of LAUSD teachers and administrators meet vaccination deadline

  • Health Check-Up: Halloween gets the green light; Moderna booster is recommended for approval; J&J vaccine needs a second dose; Colin Powell dies of COVID-19

10.13: Issue 83

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Jobless claims fall; auto insurers told to refund more premiums

  • The Market & Industry: Remote working may allow more renters to buy homes; mortgage rates nudge upward

  • Around the State: Cases continue to decrease

  • Health Check-Up: Even mild COVID has longterm neurological effects; Moderna will not share its vaccine recipe

10.6: Issue 82

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Jobless claims rise; some local eviction moratoria in California continue

  • The Market & Industry: Mortgage rates rise; supply chain issues and anticipated inflation cool forecasts for Q3 2021

  • Around the State: Eligible California students mandated to receive vaccine for in-person schooling; California National Guard called to assist beleaguered hospitals in Northern California and Central Valley

  • Health Check-Up: COVID-19 cases slow nationwide; Merck applies for approval for antiviral medicine for COVID; Johnson & Johnson applies for approval for boosters

9.29: Issue 81

In This Issue: 

  • The Economy & Your Finances: U.S. jobless claims rise again; state rental relief programs continue through eviction moratorium ends tomorrow; apply now for the relief grant program or for unemployment benefits for weeks before Sept. 4

  • The Market & Industry: Mortgage rates remain low, sales and mortgage applications slow

  • Around the State: Some counties and school districts requiring vaccinations; 200 SF police request religious exemptions; COVID cases slowing in California

  • Health Check-Up: Pfizer applies to FDA for approval for vaccine for 5-11-year-olds; CDC expands booster eligibility

9.22: Issue 80

In This Issue: 

  • The Economy & Your Finances: U.S. jobless claims rose due to Hurricane Ida but California claims dropped; California labor market grows; Federal Child Tax Credits roll out; state small business relief grant applications are open

  • The Market & Industry: Mortgage rates tick slightly up; sales slow but prices still high; forbearance ending soon

  • Around the State: California has lowest transmission rate in the U.S.

  • Health Check-Up: Boosters not approved for general population, approved for high-risk groups; Pfizer announces results showing safety for vaccine for children 5-11; majority in U.S. say public health restrictions worth the cost

9.8: Issue 78

In This Issue: 

  • The Economy & Your Finances: PUA ended Sept. 4; state stimulus checks go out; jobless claims lower

  • The Market & Industry: Surprisingly few jobs created; mortgage rates mostly flat

  • Around the State: Two new strains identified in California, but vaccinations seem to be slowing hospitalizations

  • Health Check-Up: Earliest COVID-19 death in the U.S. was Jan. 19

9.1: Issue 77

In This Issue: 

  • The Economy & Your Finances: PUA ends Sept. 4; jobless claims rising

  • The Market & Industry: Consumer confidence lowers; interest rates rise slightly; U.S. Supreme Court rules against CDC's authority to maintain national eviction moratorium, but leaves local ordinances in place

  • Around the State: Cases rising; 80 percent of Californians at least partially vaccinated

  • Health Check-Up: ICUs filling up; do not take ivermectin to prevent or treat COVID-19

6.9: Issue 65

In This Issue: 

  • The Economy & Your Finances: For another week, U.S. jobless claims
    fall while California’s rise

  • The Market & Industry: Consumers pessimistic about homebuying

  • Around the State: Masks still required in offices unless everyone vaccinated

  • Health Check-Up: New potential COVID-19 antiviral drug identified

5.5: Issue 60

In This Issue: 

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Newsom signs $6.2 billion tax cut for small business
    PPP recipients

  • The Market & Industry: FHFA announces new refinances option

  • Around the State: Hospitalizations at lowest levels since March 2020

  • Health Check-Up: Experts caution not to skip your second dose of the vaccine

4.29: Issue 59

In This Issue: 

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Final round of applications for California small business grant program opens today 

  • The Market & Industry: California market closed out April strong

  • Around the State: California has lowest case rate in the nation

  • Health Check-Up: CDC issues new outdoor mask guidance for fully vaccinated people

4.21: Issue 58

In This Issue: 
• The Economy & Your Finances: Paycheck Protection Program funds may run out before end of the month 
• The Market & Industry: California median home price hits new record high 
• Around the State: All Californians age 16+ eligible for vaccination 
• Health Check-Up: Fewer than 6k Americans have been infected with COVID-19 after full vaccination

4.14: Issue 57

In This Issue:
•   The Economy & Your Finances: Weekly unemployment claims shoot up
•    The Market & Industry: CFPB recommends new COVID-19 foreclosure protections
•    Around the State: California set to reopen June 15, all Californians over 16 eligible for vaccination starting tomorrow
•    Health Check-Up: Risk of contracting COVID-19 from surfaces is low

4.7: Issue 56

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: March jobs report shows 916k increase in nonfarm jobs
•    The Market & Industry: REALTORS® expect sales to improve in coming weeks
•    Around the State: California economy to reopen June 15
•    Health Check-Up: CDC declares travel safe for fully vaccinated Americans

3.31: Issue 55

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: Unemployment drops to pandemic low
•    The Market & Industry: CDC extends eviction moratorium through June 30
•    Around the State: All Californians over 16 will be eligible for vaccination in April
•    Health Check-Up: Health officials urge caution over 

 

3.24: Issue 54

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Federal and state tax deadlines extended

  • The Market & Industry: Mortgage rates climb

  • Around the State: Vaccines could be available to all by May 1

  • Health Check-Up: CDC urges the fully vaccinated to keep wearing masks

3.17: Issue 53

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: President Biden signs $1.9 trillion stimulus package
•    The Market & Industry: California opens state portal for rental assistance
•    Around the State: Vaccine eligibility expanded to include high-risk Californians
•    Health Check-Up: All U.S. adults could be vaccine eligible by May 1

 

3.10: Issue 52

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: Congress nearing passage of $1.9 trillion stimulus package
•    The Market & Industry: Buyer demand remains strong
•    Around the State: California gearing up to reopen
•    Health Check-Up: CDC okays mask-free indoor gatherings for the fully vaccinated

3.2: Issue 51

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: $1.9 trillion stimulus package passes House, heads to Senate
•    The Market & Industry: Interest rates rise, market slows somewhat
•    Around the State: Deal reached to reopen schools
•    Health Check-Up: FDA authorizes Johnson & Johnson vaccine

2.24: Issue 50

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: Newsom signs $7.6 billion stimulus package
•    The Market & Industry: C.A.R. revises 2021 forecast higher than previously estimated
•    Around the State: Study shows California variant more infectious
•    Health Check-Up: FDA confirms safety of Johnson & Johnson vaccine

 

2.17: Issue 49

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: California outpaces nation on jobless claims
•    The Market & Industry: Forbearance and foreclosure relief extended
•    Around the State: Millions more added to vaccine eligibility list in California
•    Health Check-Up: Double-masking significantly boosts protection

 

2.10: Issue 48

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: U.S. economy added fewer jobs than expected in January
•    The Market & Industry: California market continues upward trend
•    Around the State: Cases, deaths, hospitalizations declining
•    Health Check-Up: Johnson & Johnson applies for emergency-use authorization

2.3: Issue 47

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: U.S. economy shrinks 3.5 percent in 2020
•    The Market & Industry: California eviction moratorium extended
•    Around the State: Winter surge stabilizing
•    Health Check-Up: South Africa variant detected in the U.S.

 

1.27: Issue 46

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: Jobless claims fall nationwide, rise in California
•    The Market & Industry: Eviction and foreclosure moratoriums extended
•    Around the State: California stay-at-home order lifted
•    Health Check-Up: Moderna vaccine less effective against South African variant

 

1.20: Issue 45

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: President Biden unveils $1.9 trillion relief plan
•    The Market & Industry: California market ends year on strong note
•    Around the State: California surpasses 3 million cases
•    Health Check-Up: Wearing two masks can boost efficacy

 

1.13: Issue 44

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: Newsom releases new budget proposal
•    The Market & Industry: Low rates likely to remain for a while
•    Around the State: California passes 30k deaths, vaccine rollout slower than expected
•    Health Check-Up: More infectious strain likely spreading in California

1.6: Issue 43

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: Initial applications window fro California small business grant program closes Jan. 13
•    The Market & Industry: Housing market closed out the year strong
•    Around the State: Experts warn of deadly surge to come post-holidays
•    Health Check-Up: New mutation discovered in South Africa

 

12.30: Issue 42

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: President Trump signs stimulus bill into law
•    The Market & Industry: Buyer demand remains strong
•    Around the State: California's surge worst in U.S.
•    Health Check-Up: New mutated strain detected in Colorado

 

12.23: Issue 41

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: Stimulus package deadline approaches
•    The Market & Industry: Signs of seasonal slowdown beginning
•    Around the State: Hospitals running out of beds, first vaccines administered
•    Health Check-Up: California launches CA Notify contact tracing app

 

12.16: Issue 40

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: Stimulus package deadline approaches
•    The Market & Industry: Signs of seasonal slowdown beginning
•    Around the State: Hospitals running out of beds, first vaccines administered
•    Health Check-Up: California launches CA Notify contact tracing app

 

12.9: Issue 39

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: Job growth slows
•    The Market & Industry: Pandemic changed buyer preferences
•    Around the State: New regional stay-at-home order announced
•    Health Check-Up: U.K. starts vaccinations

12.2: Issue 38

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: Watch for income verification notices from EDD
•    The Market & Industry: Record-low mortgage rates, but REALTORS® less optimistic
•    Around the State: Newsom institutes statewide curfew
•    Health Check-Up: AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine up to 90 percent effective

11.25: Issue 37

In This Issue:
•    The Economy & Your Finances: 750k Californians set to lose unemployment benefits on Dec. 26
•    The Market & Industry: Record-low mortgage rates, but REALTORS® less optimistic
•    Around the State: Newsom institutes statewide curfew
•    Health Check-Up: AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine up to 90 percent effective

 

11.18: Issue 36

In This Issue:

•    The Economy & Your Finances: U.S. faces a tough winter ahead
•    The Market & Industry: Lack of inventory dampens affordability
•    Around the State: Unprecedented surge drops 41 counties to most restrictive tier
•    Health Check-Up: Moderna vaccine 94.5 percent effective

 

11.11: Issue 35

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Unemployment edges down, stimulus package before 2021 still uncertain

  • The Market & Industry: Reasons for optimism heading into 2021

  • Around the State: Cases and hospitalizations on the rise

  • Health Check-Up: Pfizer vaccine shows promising early results

11.4: Issue 34

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: California accounts for one-fifth of U.S. unemployment claims

  • The Market & Industry: Unseasonably strong market persists

  • Around the State: California no longer state with most COVID cases

  • Health Check-Up: COVID-19 spreads quickly through households

10.28: Issue 33

In This Issue:

•    The Economy & Your Finances: California unemployment claims fall
•    The Market & Industry: Homebuying slows in California
•    Around the State: California staving off nationwide surge
•    Health Check-Up: FDA approves remdesivir for COVID-19

 

10.21: Issue 32

In This Issue:

•    The Economy & Your Finances: Economy unlikely to return to normal before 2022
•    The Market & Industry: Calif. market outperforms expectations
•    Around the State: New guidance for private gatherings
•    Health Check-Up: Nevada man confirmed to have contracted COVID-19 twice

 

10.14: Issue 31

In This Issue:

•    The Economy & Your Finances: New PPP loan forgiveness application
•    The Market & Industry: Prices remain high while inventory tightens
•    Around the State: New guidance for private gatherings
•    Health Check-Up: Arrival of vaccine unlikely to bring everything back to normal

 

10.7: Issue 30

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Hiring slowed in September

  • The Market & Industry: Supply remains a stumbling block

  • Around the State: New equity metric may slow reopening

  • Health Check-Up: CDC revises guidelines to acknowledge airborne transmission

9.30: Issue 29

 

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: New unemployment claims unexpectedly increase 

  • The Market & Industry: Mortgage applications increase 25 percent 

  • Around the State: San Francisco becomes first Bay Area locale to enter orange tier 

  • Health Check-Up: California cases fall below plateau 

9.23: Issue 28

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: EDD stops accepting new claims through Oct. 5 

  • The Market & Industry: Median Calif. home price tops $700k 

  • Around the State: Calif. deaths top 15k, positivity rate decreasing 

  • Health Check-Up: Federal government outlines plan for vaccine distribution 

9.16.20: Issue 27

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: No state or federal taxes on PPP loan forgiveness 

  • The Market & Industry: Record-low mortgage rate and inventory 

  • Around the State: Wildfires continue to exacerbate COVID crisis 

  • Health Check-Up: COVID-19 life-threatening to people of all ages 

9.09.20: Issue 26

In This issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Unemployment ticks up in California, falls nationwide 

  • The Market & Industry: Market holding strong, mortgage rates unlikely to drop lower 

  • Around the State: August deadliest month for California 

  • Health Check-Up: Concerns about virus rollout and safety

9.02.20: Issue 25

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: EDD to begin processing additional $300 weekly benefit in early September 

  • The Market & Industry: Newsom signs eviction protection legislation 

  • Around the State: Newsom unveils new tier system for reopening 

  • Health Check-Up: Cases rising among children and teenagers 

8.26.20: Issue 24

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Calif. approved for $4.5B federal grant for increased unemployment benefits 

  • The Market & Industry: No move yet on eviction legislation, housing market still hot 

  • Around the State: Wildfire crisis complicated by COVID-19 

  • Health Check-Up: Cloth masks don't protect against wildfire smoke 

8.19.20: Issue 23

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: New unemployment claims dip

  • The Market & Industry: Housing recovery continues, Calif. to end statewide eviction moratorium on Sept. 1

  • Around the State: Calif. hits 600k cases, top health official resigns

  • Health Check-Up: Regular masks don't protect against wildfire smoke

8.12.20: Issue 22

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: President signs executive actions on coronavirus relief

  • The Market & Industry: Mortgage applications up, many homes seeing multiple offers

  • Around the State: Technical glitches lead to case undercount

  • Health Check-Up: More children testing positive

8.5.20: Issue 21

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: U.S. economy reports record-breaking decline

  • The Market & Industry: Housing sector remains strong

  • Around the State: State deaths pass 9k, Central Valley new hotspot

  • Health Check-Up: Vaccine could be available by 2021

7.29.20: Issue 20

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Unemployment rises, stimulus package negotiations begin

  • The Market & Industry: Wave of upcoming evictions anticipated

  • Around the State: California is a "new New York"

  • Health Check-Up: Moderna's vaccine study begins final testing phase

7.22.20: Issue 19

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Additional $600 weekly federal unemployment to end this week

  • The Market & Industry: Calif. market rebounded in June

  • Around the State: 90 percent of Calif. students to start school year online

  • Health Check-Up: Results from early vaccine trials encouraging
     

7.15.20: Issue 18

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Federal taxes due today, $600 extra weekly unemployment to end July 25

  • The Market & Industry: Buyer demand on the rise, renters facing significant challenges

  • Around the State: Newsom shuts down all bars, indoor restaurants and more

  • Health Check-Up: Avoid poorly ventilated indoor spaces

7.8.20: Issue 17

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Paycheck Protection Program extended

  • The Market & Industry: Recovery continues, eviction moratoria extended

  • Around the State: Cases spike statewide, 23 counties now on watchlist

  • Health Check-Up: Young adults represent bulk of new cases, transmission by aerosols raising concerns

7.1.20: Issue 16

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: New weekly unemployment claims fall nationwide, rise in California

  • The Market & Industry: Buyer demand rebounding

  • Around the State: Cases spike across the state

  • Health Check-Up: U.S. cases undercounted

6.24.20: Issue 15

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Updates to PPP loan forgiveness

  • The Market & Industry: Fewer buyers and sellers withdrawing, fewer borrowers in forbearance

  • Around the State: All Californians must wear masks, hospitalizations hit all-time high

  • Health Check-Up: More young adults testing positive

6.17.20: Issue 14

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: High unemployment projected to last throughout the year

  • The Market & Industry: Homebuying sentiment and demand increases

  • Around the State: Cases keep rising as California reopens

  • Health Check-Up: CDC releases new tips for daily activities

6.10.20: Issue 13

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: New modifications to the Paycheck Protection Program

  • The Market & Industry: Buyer interest rising, supply remains constrained

  • Around the State: Schools, bars and gyms to reopen even as cases rise

  • Health Check-Up: WHO recommends all individuals wear masks in shops, confined spaces

6.3.20: Issue 12

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Unemployment, consumer confidence beginning to stabilize

  • The Market & Industry: Mortgage applications rebounding, eviction moratoria extended

  • Around the State: Reopening accelerates

  • Health Check-Up: Pandemic picking up speed across the globe

5.27.20: Issue 11

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Unemployment sees an uptick

  • The Market & Industry: Mortgage applications and showings keep rising, but more declines expected

  • Around the State: Restrictions eased on retail, restaurants, places of worship (subject to county approval)

  • Health Check-Up: Hydroxychloroquine trial halted, anxiety over COVID-19 keeps patients from seeking treatment for other conditions

5.19.20: Issue 10

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Looming budget cuts for California

  • The Market & Industry: Housing indicators show signs of life, California considers rent stabilization program

  • Around the State: Reopening begins in some counties

  • Health Check-Up: Debate over vaccine timeline, California allows testing at pharmacies

5.12.20: Issue 9

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Job losses continue to soar

  • The Market & Industry: Listings and closings on the rise

  • Around the State: California starts easing restrictions

  • Health Check-Up: Where to get tested, new guidelines for offices, mysterious syndrome impacting children

5.5.20: Issue 8

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: PUA application rollout mired by glitchy system

  • The Market & Industry: California market starting to show signs of life

  • Around the State: Tensions mount over when to reopen

  • Health Check-Up: New drug shows promise, debate on vaccine timeline continues

4.28.20: Issue 7

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Applications open for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA)

  • The Market & Industry: COVID-19 suppresses spring home buying season

  • Around the State: More testing needed before California reopens

  • Health Check-Up: Coronavirus circulated in U.S. earlier than expected, FDA cautions against hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine as treatments

4.21.20: Issue 6

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Loan programs for small businesses run out of funds

  • The Market & Industry: Slowing market, millions of loans in forbearance nationwide

  • Around the State: Planning for the reopening of California

  • Health Check-up: Virus may be more widespread than initially thought, many of those infected show no symptoms

4.14.20: Issue 5

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Relief is coming — slowly

  • The Market & Industry: Even with delays, market is still moving

  • Around the State: Stay-at-home unlikely to end soon

  • Health Check-Up: Antibody testing, racial disparities and guide for running errands

4.07.20: Issue 4

In This Issue:

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Aid is on the way

  • The Market & Industry: Not business as usual

  • Around the State: Face masks now recommended, in some places required

  • Health Check-up: Resources for older adults and coping with stress

3.31.20: Issue 3

In This Issue: 

  • The Market & Industry: Real estate now an essential service — with caveats

  • The Economy & Your Finances: CARES Act provides REALTORS® with relief

  • Around the State: Stay-at-home order likely to continue through April

  • Health Check-Up: Enroll in health coverage without a qualifying event

3.24.20: Issue 2


In This Issue:

  • Around the State: REALTORS® should conduct as much business as possible virtually

  • The Market: C.A.R. currently forecasts home sales to decline in high single digits in 2020

  • The Economy & Your Finances: Aid is on the way

  • Health Check-Up: Covered California extends special enrollment period

3.16.20: Issue 1

 

In This Issue:

  • The Market: California housing market in flux

  • Around the State: Community transmission on the rise

  • Containment Efforts: Persons 65+ to self-isolate, schools and businesses close

  • Health Check-Up: New travel guidelines and when to seek emergency medical attention