CLOSERestaurant and hotel workers will head back to work to bring seniors food as part of a new partnership unveiled Friday. And what happens as parts of California reopen and others don’t? Plus, I talk to one of our partner newsrooms about how they’re continuing to deliver vital content.It’s Arlene Martínez, with news to close out another shelter-in-place week.But first: We’re open, you’re closed: The state’s growing patchwork of shelter-in-place rules and human behavior. And a quick programming note: I’ll be out next week on unpaid furlough, which affects most employees of newsrooms across the USA TODAY Network. The coronavirus has slashed revenues for our industry, but our work remains more important than ever. I hope you’ll consider subscribing to your local outlet to make sure it continues.Stay safe and informed with news and resources from across the USA TODAY Network and beyond: Sign up for In California today (it’s free!).Food sector gets a boost by feeding seniorsRestaurants and hospitality workers will get paid to cook and deliver meals for at-risk seniors during the COVID-19 crisis, a new initiative designed to help several hard-hit groups at once. Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the program, which he called the first of its kind, during his Friday news briefing. It means 1.2 million low-income seniors

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