Napa County has passed the 3,000 mark for coronavirus cases. Health officials confirmed more than 130 new cases yesterday, raising the caseload to 3,067. One new death was reported bringing the death count in Napa to 18.
California counties in the purple tier, including Sonoma County, could see a new stay-at-home order. Intensive care units are projected to go past full capacity at some point this month due to the recent jump in cases.
Host Michelle Marques talks with Doug Boxer from the Law Offices of Douglas Boxer, about the claims process for victims of the October 2017 fires. You can begin your claim online at PGELawsuit.com. For the October 2017
Michelle talks with Jennifer Jolly, Consumer Technology Journalist & TV Broadcaster, about how the pandemic will affect holiday shopping, Cyber Monday, increase in online sales, special deals & gift trends:
Michelle talks to Jeff Greenfield, TV Analyst & Author, about President Trump’s election messaging, his followers, potential GOP fallout, election integrity and general confidence in the voting system: