A man waves the American flag in front of the Hall of Justice Courthouse while protesters rally in downtown San Diego against California's stay at home order to prevent the spread of Coronavirus on April 18, 2020. With growing frustration there have been other planned demonstrations in several cities across the United States.
Raul (Junior) Nunez milks Holstein cows at Frank Konyn Dairy Inc., on April 16, 2020 in Escondido, California. The cows are milked for about eight minutes, producing about 10-12 gallons of milk each. The farm is operated and owned by Frank and Stacy Konyn who are lifelong farmers. The farm has not had to dump out milk, however, the Konyn's income has dropped 40 percent since the Coronavirus pandemic. They have not let go of any employees since the cows still need to be fed, milked and if any need medical attention they need to be able to provide that. The farm took a financial hit since the restaurants are not open and some are offering take out and delivery service but that does not make up for income lost. Also, home use of dairy products have gone up but it has not offset the demand of the food service industry.
People wait at a social distance before donating blood at Pechanga Arena on April 14, 2020 in San Diego, California. The event, Celebration of Heroes is in partnership with Kyle Kraska and the The Red Cross. Kraska a Sports Director/Anchor at CBS 8 in San Diego. At least eighty people are expected to give blood at today's blood drive and have reached capacity for people donating at today's blood drive. Typically the Red Cross in San Diego has 2-3 blood drives a day but since the Coronavirus pandemic It has varied.
A fisherman gets ready to cut fish on the Pacific Horizon fishing Boat (owned by the Haworth family) at the Tuna Harbor Dockside Market on April 11, 2020 in San Diego, California. Fisherman have had to regroup due to Covid-19. Since local restaurants have been shut down and not every establishment is doing take-out or deliveries, they have to had to lower their cost for the locals who have been purchasing their fish.
A fisherman cuts fish on the Pacific Horizon fishing Boat, (owned by the Haworth family) at the Tuna Harbor Dockside Market on April 11, 2020 in San Diego, California. Fisherman have had to regroup to stay afloat due to Covid-19. Since local restaurants have been shut down and not every establishment is doing take-out or deliveries, they have to had to lower their cost for the locals who have been purchasing their fish.
Maria picks broccoli at Stehly Farms Organics located in Valley Center, California on March 25, 2020. Maria who is from Oaxaca, Mexico lives on the property and has been working at the farm for seven years. She says since the Coronavirus outbreak in the United States the demand for fruit and vegetables has been high but it has not effected her work.
Hannah Kaye, daughter of Lori Gilbert Kaye who was killed at the Chabad of Poway Synagogue, attends the funeral service along with other family members and mourners at El Camino cemetery in San Diego, California on April 29, 2019.
A truck speeds by the US border fence covered in barbed wire concertina separating the US and Mexico, at the outskirts of Nogales, Arizona, on February 9, 2019.