Updated CDC Guidance Acknowledges Coronavirus Can Spread Through The Air"Airborne viruses, including COVID-19, are among the most contagious and easily spread," the CDC site now says.
Coronavirus Death Toll Hits 15,000 Mark In CaliforniaCalifornia’s death count from the coronavirus surpassed 15,000 on Sunday even as the state saw widespread improvement in infection levels.
Up To 51% Of All School Employees At Increased Coronavirus Risk, Study FindsSchool districts across the country are navigating how to reopen safely amid the deadly coronavirus pandemic, and the results of a new study could make those decisions more difficult.
Rocklin Teens Launch Nonprofit Website to Promote Local BusinessesA group of Rocklin High School students started their own non-profit to help small businesses.
Employers Using Private Investigators To Prove Employees Didn't Get COVID-19 At WorkContract tracers aren't the only ones tracking where you got coronavirus. A local private investigator is using social media and public records to help employers prove their employees didn’t get COVID-19 at work.
Customers Rally Around Bud's Buffet On Final DayThe restaurant is known to many as a downtown Sacramento staple, but the decade's old, family-owned restaurant Bud's Buffet has officially shut its doors due to the coronavirus pandemic.
University Of California's Top Doctor Says School Should Prepare For Online Classes Beyond Fall SemesterThe University of California's top doctor had a sobering message for the system's leaders this week: School won't go back to normal for at least another year.
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.
Schools May Be Impacted If County Sees Renewed Coronavirus RestrictionsCalifornia schools that haven't resumed in-person instruction will not be allowed to do so if the counties where they are located are moved to a more restrictive tier due to rising coronavirus cases, state officials said.
Pollock Pines Elementary School Students Heading Back To School In Early OctoberStudents in Pollock Pines Elementary School District head back to school early next month.
Greater Sacramento Economic Council Seeing Increased Interest From Companies Moving To SacramentoMore companies are making the move to Sacramento. The Greater Sacramento Economic Council says compared to this time last year, its connection with potential companies has increased six-fold.
Enough People Have To Take A Covid-19 Vaccine For It To Be Efficient, Fauci SaysIf too few Americans get a Covid-19 vaccine when it becomes available, it won't help reduce the spread of the deadly virus, the nation's top infectious disease official said.
More Than Half Of Businesses That Closed During The Pandemic Won't Reopen, Yelp SaysAbout 60% of businesses that have closed during the coronavirus pandemic will never reopen, and restaurants have suffered the most, according to new data from Yelp.
Gov. Newsom Signs Laws Protecting California Workers From COVID-19California companies must warn their workers of any potential exposure to the coronavirus and they must pay their employees workers compensation benefits if they get sick with the disease under two laws Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Thursday.
Long-Running Citrus Heights Pumpkin Patch The Pumpkin Farm Won’t Be Open This Year Due To CoronavirusThe coronavirus pandemic has forced a long-running pumpkin patch in Citrus Heights to stay closed for the first time in nearly a half-decade.