SD COVID-19

Opera, Symphony Partner For Drive-In Event

Expect between 500 and 800 Vehicles Per Night

The San Diego Opera, which produces three grand operas per year during normal times, hasn’t played a revenue-producing concert since mid-March. That is about to change.

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Gyms, Hair Salons, Restaurants May Reopen at Reduced Capacity

Several types of businesses may begin indoor operations — though at limited capacity — under new guidance released by San Diego County on Aug. 31. These include gyms and fitness centers, restaurants, movie theaters, hair salons, barber shops and nail salons.

Diomics Developing Test to Reveal SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies

Diomics, a San Diego-based biotech company, announced on Aug. 19 that it is developing the Diocheck Antibody Indicator, which provides a simple way for individuals to monitor for the presence of antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 over an extended period of time.

Change Remains a Constant in East Village

Developers Still See Potential Among Its Warehouses

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Trust Group Continues to Expand

Owner Opens Ice Cream Shop and Butchery Amid Pandemic.

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Craft Breweries Turn to Off-Premise Sales Amid Continued Lockdown

MANUFACTURING: Shift to Grocery and Liquor Stores Part of Recovery Efforts

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Sharing Medical Rides

TECH: Veyo Disrupts NEMT Industry

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COVID-19 Test in Demand

BIOTECH: Hologic On Track to Double Its Factory Capacity

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Airport Focuses on Regaining Flights

Working With Domestic, International Airline Partners to Rebuild

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Cubic to Provide Up to $172M in GATR Antennas to Special Operations Command

Other Recent Deals Include Building for Ship Simulator

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Biotechs Move the Needle for COVID-19 Testing, NIH Funding

BIOTECH: Cos. Reel in More Than $100M in Grant Funding

Restaurateur Thinks Strategically, Refuses to Rush Reopening

DINING: Malarkey Rebrands Venues and Changes Formats; Says Cautious Approach Saved Him Cash

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Chuze Fitness Takes Its Chula Vista Gym Outdoors

Family-Owned Chain Will Also Launch On-Demand Programs

Digital Banking Creates Bridge, Opens Up Opportunities During Pandemic

FINANCE: Technology Helps, But Consultative Voice is Still Seen as Essential

La Jolla Institute Gets $1M Gift for COVID Research

La Jolla Institute for Immunology received a $1 million gift to further its work in COVID-19 research. The GHR Foundation, an independent philanthropy based in Minneapolis, made the gift, announced on Aug. 4.

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