With partisan gridlock in D.C. and no second CARES act, California should step in to offer a solution to the problem. While the coronavirus is unprecedented in several ways, there are tons of lessons to be learned from similar awful times in our past.
Lara’s insurance order impacts policies in and adjacent to the state-declared disaster zones. In a joint statement, the Personal Insurance Federation of California and the American Property Casualty Insurance Association said that it’s time for them to adapt to this new reality. Moreover, they mentioned in the statement that they are hoping to work on comprehensive solutions to better account for wildfire risks in homeowners coverages.
Gov. Newsome said during this difficult time, putting food on the table is hard for many families. This is the reason they are expanding their farm-to-family program, while working to connect those low-income families with financial support and vital resources. They are thanking their farmers for donating fresh produce to food banks.
COVID-19 is primarily spread by sneezes or coughs, so authorities are increasingly urging people to wear masks. The virus causes moderate or mild symptoms for most individuals, like cough and fever that clear up in around two weeks. However, for some older adults and those with preexisting health issues, it can cause severe complications, including death and pneumonia.
The Global Climate Action Summit will bring over 5,000 environmentalists, business executives and government authorities. These people can play important roles in preventing the worst effects of rising global temperatures. Brown’s action in this week’s summit is expected to be a lot more intense since President Donald Trump decided to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate accord.