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Top Long Beach news: Dozens of oil tankers wait off coast; city reports no new virus deaths; more

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Long Beach.

Dozens of oil tankers wait off California's coast as the pandemic dents demand

About three dozen tankers are anchored from Los Angeles and Long Beach up to San Francisco Bay, turning into floating storage for crude oil that is in short demand because of the coronavirus.

Read the full story on NPR.

Give back with a coffee or snack to health care workers in Long Beach

Long Beach Bread Lab, located on the Long Beach Memorial Medical Center campus, is giving its customers a chance to pay it forward to hospital workers during the coronavirus pandemic.

Read the full story on ABC Los Angeles, KABC.

Alcoholic drinks for takeout salvation for some Long Beach businesses during coronavirus

The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control has suspended many restrictions because of the stay-at-home orders implemented across the state, including allowing restaurants to sell alcoholic drinks with take-out food orders.

Read the full story on Long Beach Press-Telegram.

Long Beach reports no new coronavirus deaths, 6 new cases; total now 582

The city's death toll remained 31.

Read the full story on Long Beach Press-Telegram.

Long Beach mayor cites robust testing, says 'weeks, not months' for changes

The city's stay-at-home orders are currently in place through at least May 15.

Read the full story on LAist.

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