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    • STAY HOME. This is not a vacation. (Curbed, Berkeleyside)
    • What does Sacramento's "stay-at-home" order mean? Stay. At. Home. (CapRadio)
    • Even if you feel well, stay home. A video to all of us from Italy (YouTube)
    • No, Tesla is not an "essential" business and you all gotta go home, says sheriff to Musk (Wired, ArsTechnica)
    • CalBike on bicycling safely during the pandemic
    • Is it safe to be outside? (LA Times)
    • Why bikes are needed when the shit hits the fan (Outside Online)
    • Facebook is developing ways to track whether people are staying put (Protocol)
    • The coronavirus and daily political life (Capitol Weekly)
    • New telecommuting guidance for state workers (Sacramento Bee)
    • Bike shops can--and should--register all bikes before they're even sold (Bicycle Retailer)
    • Feds aren't planning to give up on suit against CA-Quebec joint cap-and-trade auctions (Bloomberg)

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