Concern Sparks Over New COVID Variants As Vaccine Eligibility Opens Up In Sacramento RegionAs vaccine eligibility is set to expand to everyone 16 and up in California, concern continues to grow as more cases of coronavirus variants continue to pop up.
Nevada County COVID Cases Surge In Young People ‘Letting Their Guard Down’With COVID case rates dropping and vaccines becoming more available, most counties are getting closer to widespread reopening. But getting too comfortable is what is forcing Nevada County backward, as it's in the middle of a virus surge while other areas celebrate.
California To Receive 90% Fewer J&J Vaccines Next WeekCalifornia will see a 90 percent drop in Johnson and Johnson single-dose vaccines next week.
Road To Recovery: Stanislaus County Opens Up Vaccines To Those 16 And UpIt was a big step forward across California on the road to recovery from the pandemic as anyone 50 and up was made eligible to get the vaccine as of Thursday.
'I'm Helping Save Lives': UC Davis Cash Incentive Working As Students Skip Spring Break TravelSpring Break prompted an incredible uptick in travel, but you may see a few more students than usual sticking around at UC Davis. The school handed out $75 gift cards for local businesses to students who didn't travel over the break.
UC Davis Researchers May Have Uncovered Why Some Recover From COVID And Others Don'tWhy do some coronavirus patients recover, while others don't? It's a question that has confounded doctors until now, as researchers at UC Davis say they may have uncovered the reason why.
California Adopts CDC-Advised 3-Feet Social Distancing Rule For ClassroomsStudents in California classrooms can sit 3 feet apart instead of 6 under new guidelines adopted by the state as school officials figure out how to reopen campuses closed for a year during the coronavirus pandemic.
First Known Case Of UK COVID Variant B.1.1.7 Reported In Placer CountyOfficials say they have detected the first known case of the B.1.1.7 coronavirus variant in Placer County.
Students Should Maintain At Least 3 Feet Of Social Distancing In Schools Under New CDC GuidanceIn light of new data, the CDC on Friday relaxed its social distancing guidelines for children in schools to recommend students maintain at least 3 feet apart rather than 6 feet apart.
Distilleries, Breweries Serve Boozy Beverages Without Food Once AgainSaturday marked the first day breweries and distilleries joined wineries in businesses that can serve alcohol outside - without having to require a meal, too.
Coronavirus Pandemic Hits The 1 Year MarkOne year ago, the coronavirus took over life as we knew it.
Senate Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill After 'Vote-A-Rama'The Senate approved President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package Saturday, over 24 hours after opening debate on the bill.
COVID Deaths Remain High In California Even As Case Rates PlummetCalifornia's death toll during the coronavirus pandemic remains alarmingly high, topping 49,000 this weekend, even as the rates of new infections and hospitalizations continue to plummet across the state.
Vacaville Woman, 3 Others Arrested In Maui For Violating Hawaii's Quarantine RulesFour people, including a woman from Vacaville, were arrested in Maui for breaking Hawaii's COVID-19 quarantine rules, authorities said.
Sacramento Warming Centers Remain Closed For 10 Days After 3 More Positive COVID Tests