CLOSE These individuals, from six to 95-year-old, fought the coronavirus and won. USA TODAYStay in this Easter weekend, state officials plead, amid a decline in projected hospitalizations linked to coronavirus. And at one of San Francisco’s biggest homeless shelters, 70 people test positive for COVID-19. It’s Arlene Martínez with news to bring you into the weekend.But first, Thursday’s high of 62 tied a record set April 9, 1965, for the coldest Palm Springs area day. In Los Padres National Forest, more than seven inches of rain fell, bringing what had been an unusually dry season to a nearly normal rain year.In California brings you stories and information from newsrooms across the USA TODAY Network and beyond to keep you safe and informed. Subscribe today for free delivery right to your inbox. Don’t give in to temptation and gather, state officials sayIt’s Good Friday, which for many people starts off a long weekend that culminates in a big family gathering on Sunday. Don’t do it, state officials warned repeatedly during Friday’s news briefing on COVID-19.Numbers are tracking well below the worst-case projections when it comes to coronavirus hospitalizations, which correlates to data showing drops in movement, Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly said. “The difference between what we’re seeing today in our hospitals may

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