California Lawmakers OK $6.6 Billion Plan Aimed At Returning Students To The ClassroomThe bill does not order school districts to resume in-person instruction and it does not say parents must send their kids back to the classroom if they don't want to.
Indoor And Outdoor Youth Sports Can Resume In California After Settlement; COVID-19 Case Rate Still The Determining FactorA group that had filed a lawsuit against California's COVID-19 restrictions against youth sports says they’ve reached a settlement that will allow all high school sports to resume across the state.
Gov. Newsom, Lawmakers Reach Deal To Get California Children Back In ClassroomsGov. Gavin Newsom and state legislative leaders have reached an agreement aimed at getting most California public schoolchildren back in classrooms by the end of March.
Oakland Coliseum To Be Used As Mass COVID-19 Vaccination SiteCalifornia is joining with the federal government to open two new vaccination centers as test areas for new President Joseph Biden's effort to create 100 mass vaccination sites nationwide in 100 days, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday.
'It's A Literal Race Against The Virus': Carbon Health's Dr. Caesar Djavaherian On COVID-19 Vaccine DistributionThe co-founder of Carbon Health discusses the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines and how his company's technology is expediating process in California.
SEE IT: Japanese Chaplain Helps Bring Thousands Of Paper Cranes, And Hope, To COVID Patients In HospitalAn art display at a Twin Cities hospital is boosting spirits during difficult days.
It Took California 6 Months To Hit 10K COVID Deaths, But Barely 1 To Go From 20K To 30KThe U.S. is entering the second month of the biggest vaccination effort in history with a major expansion of the campaign, opening football stadiums, major league ballparks, fairgrounds and convention centers to inoculate a larger and more diverse pool of people.
California COVID Deaths Top 30,000 After Deadliest Weekend On RecordCalifornia has hit another grim coronavirus milestone. Data from John Hopkins University on Monday showed the nation’s most populous state has recorded more than 30,000 deaths since the pandemic started nearly a year ago.
'Walk Down Our Unit For A Day’: California Nurses Fear What’s To ComeThe nurses of California are afraid. It's Christmas Eve, and they aren't home with their families. They are working, always working, completely gowned up - and worn down.
Doctor Wears 'BioButton' To Track Reaction, Any Complications From COVID Vaccine
When Can You Get The COVID-19 Vaccine?The coronavirus vaccine will be available to millions of Americans this month, but who qualifies depends on certain factors.
How Will COVID Affect Black Friday Sales? Stores 'Significantly Scaling Back,' Says ExpertBlack Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year, will look a little different in 2020, as COVID cases spike across the country.
Dow Jones Tops 30,000 For First Time Ever As Biden Transition Points To More Stable FutureThe Dow Jones crossed the 30,000 threshold for the first time ever Tuesday, fueled by news that suggests a more stable economy in the near future.
Can't Spare A Square: Toilet Paper Shortage Fears Lead To More 'Panic Buying' In Parts Of CountryWith COVID-19 cases rising, shortages of toilet paper, paper towels and cleaning supplies are returning in many parts of the country as well.
How Coronavirus Ravaged America's Nursing Homes: 'We've Gone From Long Term Care To Carnage In Five Months'Nursing homes all over the country were ravaged by COVID-19. AARP's Elaine M. Ryan shares her thoughts on the failures in care that occurred for seniors and the future of nursing homes.