UC Davis First In Region For Rapid Test That Detects COVID-19 And FluWith COVID cases on the rise and flu season in full swing, there’s a new UC Davis-developed test that detects both – and it’s fast.
California Will Get 12 Million COVID-19 Rapid Tests, Where Will They Go?Rapid testing is coming to California. The federal government is sending 12 million of them to the state.
California Calls On Counties To Bring Down COVID Rates In Minority NeighborhoodsCalifornia announced Monday the state will require counties to bring down rampant coronavirus rates in poorer neighborhoods.
Got COVID At Work? Before You File A Claim, Be Prepared To Answer These QuestionsIf you get COVID-19 at work and plan to file a workers comp claim, be prepared to answer these questions.
CDC Updates, Again, Guidelines On Testing People Without Coronavirus SymptomsThe new language rolls back controversial changes made to the CDC's site last month. It once again stresses that anyone who has been in contact with an infected person should be tested for coronavirus.
Yuba County Leaders Want More People To Get Tested For Virus 'Even If Symptoms Are Mild'Yuba County health officials are asking people to get tested if they even have the mildest of symptoms.
California May Begin Wider Screening With Quick Coronavirus TestsCalifornia's typical turnaround time for coronavirus tests has dropped to less than two days, state health officials said Thursday, a mark that allows for effective isolation and quarantine of those who are infected to limit the spread.
Twin Rivers Unified School District Offering Free Coronavirus Tests To EmployeesTwin Rivers Unified, which has 27,000 students and staff at schools in Sacramento, North Highlands and Rio Linda, is now offering COVID-19 tests to their employees.
Twin Rivers Unified Offering Voluntary Coronavirus Saliva TestsA Sacramento County school district is rolling out an ambitious testing system that’s saliva-based.
Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Results Expected By End Of Year, US Officials SayCompanies testing coronavirus vaccines should know by the end of the year whether any can protect people from the virus, federal officials say.
Lincoln Medical Clinic Offering New COVID-19 Rapid TestingThere’s a new option for COVID-19 testing at a Lincoln Urgent Care on top of the traditional nasal swab test.
CDC Guidelines Now Say People Exposed To COVID-19 May Not Need TestingIn a shift that perplexed some doctors, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has changed its coronavirus testing guidelines to say that some people without symptoms may not need to be tested, even if they've been in close contact with someone positive with the virus.
CDC Study Suggests Inmates Should Have Been Tested In MassCorrectional facilities, including in California, that resisted mass coronavirus testing for inmates erred in their decision to only test inmates with symptoms, leading to large initial undercounts, a recent study by the CDC suggested.
California's Growing Virus Data Collection HeadacheCalifornia has stopped removing or adding to a list of counties facing more restrictions on businesses and schools as it tries to determine the impact from an unresolved technical problem with the state's coronavirus testing database, health officials said Wednesday.
Which Schools Can Apply For In-Person Class Waivers?Which schools and counties can apply for a waiver to return to in-person classes? And how many plan to?