In CA: Coronavirus claims state’s youngest victim, and $600 benefit expires, USA Today

In CA: Coronavirus claims state’s youngest victim, and $600 benefit expires

Complications related to coronavirus claim the life of the first Golden State youth. Congress leaves without extending unemployment benefits — your move, state Legislature. And $2.1 billion heads to a vaccine whose…

Arlene Martinez USA TODAYPublished 9:17 PM EDT Jul 31, 2020Complications related to the coronavirus claim the life of a youth, the first in the Golden State. Congress leaves without extending unemployment benefits — your move, state Legislature. And $2.1 billion heads to a vaccine whose makers hope to bring it to regulators early next year. It’s Arlene Martínez with news to close out your week.But first, a rare white rhino, conceived through artificial insemination, turned 1 this week. The San Diego Zoo threw him a party (VIDEO). And a quick note: I hope you enjoy the work of my talented colleagues, who will be taking turns writing this over the next few weeks until a permanent new author is found. Thank you for reading and exploring the state with me! I feel honored we got to spend some time together.In California brings you the state’s best stories and commentary, across the USA TODAY Network and beyond. Sign up now for straight-to-your-inbox delivery. As $600 jobless benefit expires, will state make up the difference?Congress leaves without any action on unemployment benefits, letting a $600 weekly extension in benefits expire Friday at midnight.The parties blamed each other, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats wanting the extension included as part of

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