In a letter to President Trump, Gov. Newsom claimed 56 percent of Californians could get the coronavirus. But PolitiFact California found Newsom’s statistic comes from a scenario where no social distancing efforts are made.
Story by Chris Nichols.
(Photo: California Gov. Gavin Newsom gives an update to the state's response to the coronavirus on March 17, 2020. At right is California Health and Human Services Agency Director Dr. Mark Ghaly - AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
Newsom, PG&E strike deal on bankruptcy. The agreement requires PG&E to overhaul its board of directors and commit billions of additional dollars to preventing wildfires.
Story by Scott Rodd.
(Photo: PG&E employees work to replace a nearly 100-year-old utility pole in Berkeley last year - Anne Wernikoff / CalMatters)
Patients admitted to the hospital with COVID-19 could end up with pricey medical bills. The state is waiving co-pays for testing, and Covered California is extending its enrollment period for eligible Californians until June 30th.
Story by Sammy Caiola.
(Photo: This undated photo provided by U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows CDC's laboratory test kit for the new coronavirus - CDC via AP)