MENDOCINO Co., 4/25/20 — Here’s our “Mendo Wire” for this week. Periodically we aggregate together some articles about Mendocino from other newspapers, because though we try, we can’t cover everything. However, this week we are instead bringing you some useful articles about the coronavirus pandemic to round out what is our overwhelmingly locally focused coverage. We bring you the latest about Mendo, but there’s a broader world out there whose impact is being felt more than ever now.
We’ve made an effort to include multiple different newspapers so you don’t hit paywalls.
Worldwide deaths from coronavirus hit 200,000 today, with about a quarter of those deaths, 53,751, in the United States. This number for the United States has already surpassed average deaths for flu or car crashes for a year.
WHO Warns You May Catch Coronavirus More Than Once – Bloomberg News
Worldwide coronavirus death toll passes 200,000 – CNN
First known US coronavirus death caused by massive cardiac event – The Hill
22 new coronavirus cases mainly a result of increased testing efforts, Sonoma County officials say – Press Democrat
Sonoma County government projects near-term shortfall of up to $15 million – Press Democrat
Here’s when stay-at-home orders are expiring in each of California’s 58 counties – Los Angeles Times
Younger blacks and Latinos are dying of COVID-19 at higher rates in California – Los Angeles Times
Reopening California remains a ways off as officials urge caution, cite dangers – Los Angeles Times
Bay Area likely to extend stay-at-home order, San Francisco mayor says – Los Angeles Times
California coronavirus cases top 40,000, with nearly half in L.A. County – Los Angeles Times