COVID-19 April 3 to April 21

photos by Richard Gillard/Acorn Newspapers

  • A construction worker wears a face covering while working on the Oaks Garden Townhomes in Thousand Oaks during the COVID-19 pandemic on Friday, April 3.

  • Construction workers wear face coverings while working on the Oaks Garden Townhomes in Thousand Oaks during the COVID-19 pandemic on Friday, April 3.

  • Camarillo resident Stacy Silver walks with her dog, Jack, at Mission Oaks Dog Park on Saturday, April 4.

  • Moorpark resident Lynn Underwood says hello to Teddy, an 8 year-old Golden Retriever, while visiting with her daughter, Camarillo resident Stacy Silver, at Mission Oaks Dog Park on Saturday, April 4.

  • Simi Valley resident Tom Cushna shows his grandson, Newbury Park resident Michael Amirian 7, a silver dollar shaped leaf while nature discovering with his wife Kathy Cushna and daughter, Newbury Park resident Kim Amirian, far left, during the COVID-19 pandemic along Happy Camp Road in Moorpark on Sunday, April 5.

  • Parishioners of Godspeak Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park wait in line, observing safe-distance practices, to receive communion on Palm Sunday defying County’s Public Heath Order on Sunday, April 5.

  • Pastor Rob McCoy of Godspeak Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park greets parishioners as they serve themselves communion one by one observing safe-distance practices on Palm Sunday, April 5. Opening the church for communion was defying County’s Public Heath Order.

  • Protesters hold signs out of their car window in front of Godspeak Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park on Palm Sunday, April 5. The church opened of communion services defied County’s Public Heath Order.

  • Cindee Barnard sprays off Kelley O’Connor LVN with Cavicide after administering s a COVID-19 test at Biotex drive-thru COVID-19 testing site at Conejo Creek Park South on Tuesday, April 7.

  • Kelley O’Connor LVN with Biotex administrates a COVID-19 test at the drive-thru COVID-19 testing site at Conejo Creek Park South on Wednesday, April 8. The site is opened 9am-3pm.

  • A message of encouragement is written on the marquee at Meadows Arts and Technology Elementary School MATES on Saturday, April 11.

  • Newbury Park resident Madeline Albo, 4 ½, practices riding her bike without training wheels while on a walk on Kimber Road with her mother Rebecca Albo and dog Rudy on Monday, April 13.

  • Shannon Tepfer hands a loaf of Challah bread and Holocaust Remembrance Day candle to members as they drive-thru on Friday, April 17. Holocaust Remembrance Day is Tuesday, April 21.

  • Preschool Director Debbie Blumenthal sings with Bobbie Black playing the guitar to one of their students as they drive-thru to pickup a loaf of Challah bread and Holocaust Remembrance Day candle on Friday, April 17. Holocaust Remembrance Day is Tuesday, April 21.

  • Camarillo residents Camilo Triana and Alex Llaurado jump in unison as they follow a 30-minute exercise video in Nancy Bush Park on Saturday, April 18. They said they were doing the exercise video at the park because they needed to get out of the house during the COVID-19 isolation.

  • Camarillo resident Camilo Triana takes a quick rest while follow a 30-minute exercise video with Alex Llaurado in Nancy Bush Park on Saturday, April 18. They said they were doing the exercise video at the park because they needed to get out of the house during the COVID-19 isolation.

  • Thousand Oaks resident Todd Schultz hits a ball driving range at Los Robles Greens on Tuesday, April 21, the second day the golf course was allowed to reopen during the COVID-19 isolation orders.

  • Moorpark resident Maria Nieto carries her Chihuahua George up Spring Road on Tuesday, April 21.

  • Moorpark resident Vincent Nobriga, front, and his father Justin Nobriga ride up Spring Road after picking-up Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill takeout on Tuesday, April 21. Justin Nobriga was furloughed from Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill offers two entrees per day for employees who have been furloughed or have had reduced hours. The two ride to Wood Ranch daily to pick up the entrees.