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    Tracking coronavirus: $1.4M going to Anaheim nonprofits for immediate help to seniors, families

    Anaheim is providing $1.4 million to help seniors, families and children with an initial grant to the Anaheim Community Foundation, which in turn will rapidly fund nonprofits serving our community. Read on...
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    Update: Shelter residents test negative after two staff members contract COVID-19

    Follow-up tests of 34 residents at the Anaheim Emergency Shelter, a 224-bed facility run by The Salvation Army, have tested negative for COVID-19 after two staff members were found to have the infection caused by coronavirus. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Two shelter staff test positive, residents tested

    Two staff members at the Anaheim Emergency Shelter, a 224-bed facility run by The Salvation Army, have tested positive for COVID-19, the infection caused by coronavirus. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim City Council approves emergency economic recovery plan

    The Anaheim City Council approved an economic recovery plan that could see up to $15 million in city spending to help seniors, the homeless, needy families and to promote business and the return of tourism and conventions when the time is right. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim Convention Center update

    Anaheim Convention Center remains closed to the public while staff continues to work to reschedule events, book events for 2021 and beyond and play a leading role in the recovery of Anaheim’s visitor industry when the time is right. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: City Council approves emergency eviction moratorium

    The Anaheim City Council Tuesday approved an emergency moratorium on residential and commercial evictions for those impacted by the coronavirus outbreak. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: California updates guidelines, impacts for breweries, others

    Anaheim is reviewing and working to implement California’s updated coronavirus containment policy issued Sunday, March 15, by Gov. Gavin Newsom. Read on...
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    Anaheim approves Senior Safety Net for seniors struggling with housing costs

    Anaheim seniors struggling with housing costs can get emergency help and up to a year of rent assistance under a $645,000 program approved by Anaheim’s City Council on Tuesday. Read on...
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