And good evening to those joining us virtually tonight — Speaker Rendon, Pro Tem Atkins, members of the California Legislature, and to all of the elected, and state officials. Forcing hard-working Californians into impossible choices — go to work and risk infection, or stay home and lose your job. COVID patients cared for by doctors, nurses, and paramedics who, despite the chaos and risks to themselves, paused to hold the hands of strangers in their final moments. And one year ago today, we brought to shore the Grand Princess, which was stranded off the coast of California, further opening our eyes to the seriousness of this disease. We were the first state to issue a stay-at-home order, which helped us avoid early spikes in cases. While others competed to buy personal protective equipment at exorbitant prices—we quickly built our own pipeline, supplying critical gear to millions of essential workers.
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On Thursday night, a man came to the warming shelter set up in Cabot Square in downtown Montreal, his toes frozen and turning black. The shelter sees one or two cases like that per night when it's extremely cold out, said Emmanuel Guay, who works at the warming tent. The situation is made more difficult, Guay said, because many of the shelter's clientele — a large number of whom are Indigenous — don't trust places where medical care is available. The year-old Innu man was found steps away from the Open Door shelter in January, after public health officials had ordered it closed overnight.