Plans to reopen California are on hold until the glitch in the state’s coronavirus reporting system is fixed. The technical issues are causing new case numbers to be delayed and underreported across the state. Without correct numbers, officials will not have the accurate information to grant waivers for elementary schools who want to return to in-person learning. Health officials also can’t track whether new safety measures are working like moving restaurants and gyms outdoors. It’s still unclear when the reporting system will be back up and running.