Malibu’s ONLY Local Daily News, Headlines For Thursday July 29

0
348
= Santa Monica may require vaccinations for its cops and city hall workers.
= But Malibu’s firefighters … law enforcement and city hall staff … and teachers … no mandatory shots for them.
= Will the new LA sidewalk camping ban squeeze homeless persons into Malibu?
= Alex Villanueva may get his wings further clipped by the county board of supervisors.
= And our local school district makes plan to replace Zoom classes with independent study … supervised by teachers.
Malibu’s Only Local Daily News …
Weekdays 7-9:30 on FM 99.1 and streaming at www.radiomalibu.net
Miss the newscast? The continuous replay is on FM 99.1 HD2 middays until 2pm. Stream it at s7.viastreaming.net/6500
Major stories posted later in the day at www.radiomalibu.net
Breaking news stories always go first to the radio, and then the KBUU Facebook page,
https://www.facebook.com/groups/222929724566382
=
= Santa Monica may require vaccinations for its cops and city hall workers.
= But Malibu’s firefighters … law enforcement and city hall staff … and teachers … no mandatory shots for them.
= Will the new LA sidewalk camping ban squeeze homeless persons into Malibu?
= Alex Villanueva may get his wings further clipped by the county board of supervisors.
= And our local school district makes plan to replace Zoom classes with independent study … supervised by teachers.
Malibu’s Only Local Daily News …
Weekdays 7-9:30 on FM 99.1 and streaming at www.radiomalibu.net
Miss the newscast? The continuous replay is on FM 99.1 HD2 middays until 2pm. Stream it at s7.viastreaming.net/6500
Major stories posted later in the day at www.radiomalibu.net
Breaking news stories always go first to the radio, and then the KBUU Facebook page,
https://www.facebook.com/groups/222929724566382
=
Another massive earthquake off Alaska overnight … magnitude 8 point 2 near Kodiak Island.
No tsunami is expected anywhere.
====
Twelve more cases of coronavirus have been diagnosed in Malibu and the surrounding Santa Monica Mountains area.
There is no doubt … the fourth wave of the disease is taking hold.
Countywide … people who have been vaccinated make up about 25 percent of th enew cases.
Vaccinated people do not get as sick as unvaccinated persons.
But some of them do die … more than 30 vaccinate dpersons in L A County have died from coronavirus…. According to county figures.
Outbreaks at chruches … offices … workplacers and food stores continue to blossom.
Public Health is currently investigating 140 ongoing outbreaks in L A County … that’s a 5-fold increase since July 12.
We’re still much better off than last winter … but the new trend is not good.
While the increase in outbreak investigations is concerning, Public Health notes the n
Public Health inspectors visited more than a thosuand businesses to ensure they are following safety protocols and masking guidelines.
More than a quarter of them failed their inspections.
The most common violation is face masks not provided by employers and employees not wearing a face mask.
Another common violation is businesses not posting signage instructing customers to wear a face mask.
But three quarters of the establishments passed their inspections.
24 hundred 54 new cases of COVID 19 were diagnose