ADAM BEAM and BRIAN MELLEY Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — California is recruiting thousands of retired health care workers along with medical and nursing students to help staff emergency hospitals at sites that could include the Los Angeles Coliseum and other sports arenas to handle the anticipated flood of coronavirus patients, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday. Newsom signed an executive order to temporarily expand the health care workforce to staff the facilities that will supply the 50,000 hospital beds he estimated could be needed when the surge peaks. State models now estimate the peak occurring in mid-May. The state will waive certain professional licensing and certification requirements to get workers in the field faster. "If you're a nursing school student, a medical sch
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