Court hearing about coronavirus quarantine in Costa Mesa is canceled after feds drop plan

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A federal judge has canceled a scheduled court hearing Monday about a hotly contested plan to place coronavirus patients in Costa Mesa, given that the federal government has dropped the proposal, the city said Sunday.

A check of U.S. District Judge Josephine Staton’s calendar for Monday doesn’t show the hearing.

In a court document Staton filed Friday, she acknowledged Costa Mesa’s objection to what it considers a “flawed, unreasonable decision-making process that wrongly excluded county and local professionals and government leaders.”

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