What's California's Department of Public Health Hiding At The $1.7B COVID Testing Lab? Lawmakers Demand AnswersState Senate Republican Leader, Scott Wilk, is demanding answers from the Department of Public Health following an ongoing CBS13 investigation into shocking public health failures at the state's $1.7 billion COVID testing lab. The state said it would make it's investigation public by mid-March but now says "the investigation is ongoing" as problems continue and the lab contract is set to renew at the end of the month.
After Sacramento Charter School Tests All Staff, Students No New Cases FoundThe Sacramento charter school tested all staff and students Friday after two dozen COVID-19 cases were discovered on campus.
Parent's COVID Death Sparks Sacramento Youth Football Program To Cancel Practices For Testing EventA parent of a player on the Grant Junior Pacers died from the virus this week, sparking a massive effort to get families tested and vaccinated. But many parents, and even coaches, are still hesitant to get the shot.
Kids 12-15 In California Can Sign Up For COVID-19 Vaccination Starting Thursday MorningState health officials have announced that parents and legal guardians will be allowed to sign up their 12-to-15-year-old children for a dose of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine starting Thursday morning.
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.
Athletes Quarantined After Amador County Football Player With Positive COVID Test Hits The FieldAfter playing a high school football game on Friday night, one Amador High School player tested positive for COVID-19, possibly exposing dozens of community members to the virus.
San Joaquin County Considers Incentives In Exchange for COVID TestsCash for COVID tests? That's the plan San Joaquin county is considering in an effort to change tiers. The county hasn't been able to leave California's most-restrictive purple tier for months. The reason, they've learned, is not enough people are being tested.
Event Planners Consider Bulk Purchase Of Rapid COVID-19 Tests For Summer And Fall EventsSome local businesses are preparing for the possibility of mandated rapid COVID-19 testing before entry to large events.
Fewer People Are Getting Tested For COVID In Sacramento CountyHealth officials say coronavirus testing in Sacramento County is down.
CBS13 Investigates: Where Are California’s Unused COVID-19 Vaccine Doses?We’ve been working for weeks to track down California's millions of unused vaccine doses, but the state still can't - or won't - reveal where they are.
COVID Testing Site Opening At Sacramento International AirportA free COVID-19 testing site is opening up at Sacramento International Airport.
'It's Ridiculous': Man In Wheelchair Says It Took Days And An Ambulance To Get To Testing Site After COVID-19 ExposureA nightmare mission to get a COVID-19 test took one man on a wild ride to a testing site.
COVID-19 Crash Course: UC Davis Students Sign Up For Course Credit At Testing KioskUC Davis students are signing up to help run the university's testing site and getting course credit for their work.
'They're Exhausted': Testing Sites Close For Thanksgiving As Cases Hit New Record HighsAs we head into the holiday season, California shattered another record Wednesday with more than 18,000 new COVID-19 cases in one day. That beat the previous record of 15,000 set on Saturday.
Sacramento Sees Surge In Demand For COVID-19 Tests Ahead Of ThanksgivingCoronavirus testing sites are seeing a surge in demand ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.