Latest Coronavirus Updates

Folsom Restaurateur Develops Rentable Kitchen Concept For Start-Ups Looking For SpaceA Folsom restaurateur who took a hard look at what he’s been through is now looking to help others succeed.
Parents Mixed On Signing Children Up For COVID Vaccine TrialAdults were first in line for the COVID vaccine, but the next shot in the arm could be for your child. UC Davis Health is launching a COVID vaccine trial for children ages 12 to 17, but the idea prompted some mixed reactions.
Getting Answers: Can You Be Required To Get Vaccinated?According to a CBS News poll, 4 in 10 Americans say they don’t want the vaccine or aren’t sure but can they be required to get it?
UC Davis Health Partners With Allegiant Airlines' CEO To Create New COVID Rapid TestWhat may look like a run-of-the-mill COVID-19 test is actually a new rapid test being worked out by UC Davis Health and Dr. Nam Tran.
Counties Turn To Flea Markets, Grocery Stores To Host Small Vaccine ClinicsCome to shop and get a shot – it's a new way counties are targeting vaccine clinics. The goal is to make it as convenient as possible to boost their vaccination rates.
2021 California State Fair Postponed, But Organizers Hope For ‘Slimmed-Down’ Version Later In The Year
Dr. Fauci To Adolescents On The Fence About COVID-19 Vaccine: 'Be Part Of The Solution'Dr. Anthony Fauci said he hopes children and teens won't hesitate when the US Food and Drug Administration authorizes a coronavirus vaccine for them.
Kids 12 And Up Could Be Next In Line To Get COVID Vaccine; What's Next?The Pfizer shot could get FDA approval by next week for kids 12 and up. 
$5 Coupon Offered For People Who Get COVID-19 Vaccine At CVS At Target StoresTo try and get more people vaccinated against COVID-19, Target is now offering coupons to guests who get their shot at the store.
Los Rios Colleges Planning On Full Return To Campuses By Spring 2022 SemesterThe Los Rios Community College District says they’ll have more in-person classes this coming fall, but a full return isn’t being planned until next year.
Hundreds Of Sacramento County Drive-Thru COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Still OpenOfficials say there are hundreds of open COVID-19 vaccination appointments available at Sacramento County drive-thru locations this week.
'Very Traumatic Experience': Driven By Loss, Sacramento Group Sends Supplies To India As COVID SurgesIt may be on the other side of the world, but the crisis in India hits home. That's why the Indian Association of Sacramento is working with several organizations to send medical supplies to the COVID-stricken country.
A ‘Sizzling Hot’ Pandemic Expansion For Sacramento's Burger PatchWhile many restaurants have struggled to stay alive during the pandemic, one Sacramento restaurant is expanding. Burger Patch, a plant-based burger business, that opened two years ago in midtown Sacramento has added two additional locations during the pandemic.
COVID-19 Relief Supplies Shipped To India From Travis AFBLife-saving COVID-19 relief supplies are on their way to India from our region. 
CDC Study: Pfizer, Moderna Vaccines Reduce COVID-19 Hospitalization Risk By 94% Among Older AdultsThe Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines were found in the real world to be 94% effective against Covid-19 hospitalization among fully vaccinated adults ages 65 and older in the United States, according to a new study.
Mix-Up Causes Sonora Woman To Get Different COVID VaccinesAn 89-year-old woman in Tuolumne County received both vaccines, but a mix-up at a vaccination site in Sonora landed Joan Lawton with one Pfizer shot and one Moderna shot.
Vaccination Rates Slow Down Across Counties; How Does That Affect Reopening?Demand for the COVID-19 vaccine is beginning to slow across California. In our area, some aren't showing for second doses and others say they don't want the vaccine at all.
UC Davis Plans Return To Full In-Person Instruction By FallUC Davis leaders say they are planning to return to full in-person learning for the fall 2021 quarter.
CDC Eases COVID-19 Outdoor Mask Wearing Restrictions For The Fully VaccinatedWhile local and state mask requirements remain in place, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday issued new guidance on outdoor use for fully vaccinated Americans.
What To Do To Get Your COVID-19 Vaccination Added To Your Medical RecordSecuring a vaccination card doesn't necessarily mean your Covid-19 vaccine status is in your medical records.
California Legislature Approves Significant Tax Break For Small BusinessesThe California Legislature approved a major tax break for small businesses on Monday, voting to give up as much as $6.8 billion in revenue over the next six years so that struggling business owners can have smaller bills.
Weekend Clinics Target Vaccine Equity, State Data Shows Communities of Color Lag BehindSaturday helped a weekend push for vaccine equity as different clinics target demographics often underserved and try to close the equity gap seen statewide.
Vaccine Demand Decline Prompts Greater Sacramento-Area Counties To Launch Mobile ClinicsThe decline in demand for vaccines is forcing Greater Sacramento-area counties to change their vaccination approach. Some are now taking the shot to the community instead.
Coronavirus Found In Air Filters At 2 Davis SchoolsNewly developed surveillance-swabbing detected the coronavirus in HEPA filters in two Davis classrooms in the last two weeks: one at Korematsu Elementary and the other at North Davis Elementary.
California Goes From Worst To First In COVID Infection RateJust a few months ago, California was the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. Hospitals across the state were drowning in patients, and ambulances were idling outside with people struggling to breathe, waiting for beds to open.
More Than 200 El Dorado Hills Students Asked To Quarantine Due To Uptick In COVID CasesHundreds of Oak Ridge High School students in El Dorado Hills were told to stay home due to an uptick in positive COVID-19 cases that may be months old.
UC, CSU Propose Requiring COVID-19 Vaccine For Staff And Students By Fall 2021 TermUC and CSU leaders are proposing a new policy that would require students and staff to be vaccinated for COVID-19 come fall.
Sacramento Kings Welcome Fans Back To Golden 1 CenterOn the night of the verdict out of Minneapolis, the NBA team that plays there, happened to be in Sacramento, for the Kings very first home game with fans in more than a year.
Some Sacramento Theaters Remaining Closed Despite Being Allowed To ReopenSome theaters say it doesn't make sense financially to reopen for much smaller audiences