CLOSE1 million Californians have applied for unemployment claims since March 13. And two people aboard the Grand Princess cruise ship died; 103 tested positive for coronavirus. Plus: I talk with one of the Census 2020 ambassadors working to spread the word about why, now more than ever, every Golden Stater must be counted.It’s Arlene Martínez bringing news for your Wednesday.But first, Los Angeles County officials reported Tuesday the first person under the age of 18 had died of coronavirus. They later backtracked, saying more investigation was needed into how the 17-year-old Lancaster resident died. The family has no health insurance and the boy was refused treatment at an HMO facility, Lancaster’s mayor told the Los Angeles Times. The father still hasn’t been able to get a test.In California has coronavirus news and resources to keep you safe and informed, pulling content from across USA TODAY Network newsrooms and beyond. Sign up for free delivery. Golden State coronavirus tracker: 2,974 cases, 63 deaths.In under two weeks, 1 million people file unemployment claimsOne million people have filed unemployment claims since March 13, Gov. Gavin Newsom said during a midday news briefing. To put that in context, there were just over 50,000 new claims filed in December. Newsom said weekly benefits usually range from $40 to $450, but


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