'The Only Parent My Kids Have Left': Lodi Woman Finds New Purpose Through Grief After Husband's Death From COVIDA Lodi woman said her entire family contracted COVID, and as family members began recovering, it became clear her husband needed immediate medical treatment.
Sacramento Schools Update COVID Guidance As Year-End Events ApproachAs counties assess risk levels with the new rise in COVID-19 cases, school districts are doing the same - given the large number of gatherings that will be taking place at the end of the school year.
FDA Puts Strict Limits On Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 VaccineThe FDA said in a statement that the change is being made because of the risk of a rare and dangerous clotting condition called thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS) after receiving the vaccine.
California's Mandatory Workplace Pandemic Pay To Be Extended Through 2022California workplace regulators are poised to extend mandatory pay for workers affected by the coronavirus through the end of 2022, more than two months after state lawmakers restored similar benefits through September.
Mask Confusion? Travelers See Mixed Messaging Using Public TransitA day after a federal court struck down mask-wearing on public transit, travelers are seeing mixed messaging on masks on planes, trains and automobiles.
'It Will Never Be The Same': COVID Took His Wife In 2020, Modesto Father And Son Remain Forever Changed As Grief Still LingersEven as the country returns to a more normal way of life, for Kris Houser, the grief still lingers.
California Has No Plans To Add Restrictions As COVID Cases UpCalifornia has no plans to impose new statewide pandemic restrictions despite a rise in coronavirus cases primarily due to the new highly transmissible omicron variant BA.2, the state's top health official says.
California Delays COVID Vaccine Mandate For Schools Until Summer 2023Gov. Gavin Newsom's administration on Thursday announced it is delaying a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for California schoolchildren until at least the summer of 2023.
Sac City Unified Schools Announce Mask Requirements Will Be Lifted After Spring BreakSchools in the Sacramento City Unified School District announced that mask requirements will be lifted when children return after spring break.
Smart & Final To Pay $175K For Egg Price Gouging During PandemicGrocery chain Smart & Final has agreed to pay $175,000 in penalties to resolve allegations that the grocer engaged in price gouging of certain organic and cage-free eggs at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, state authorities said Tuesday.
$45 Gift Cards Offered In Calaveras County For Vaccination BoostersCalaveras Public Health will begin offering residents 5 and older $45 gift cards as COVID-19 vaccination incentives.
No COVID-19 Patients In UC Davis Medical Center ICU For 2 Consecutive Days For 1st Time Since February 2020The UC Davis Medical Center has hit an important milestone in the battle against COVID-19.
Sacramento Renters, Landlords Oppose Possible Eviction Moratorium ExtensionThe clock is ticking for state lawmakers considering whether to extend eviction protections for renters who apply for a COVID-19 rent relief program.
California Sends 14.3 Million Covid-19 Tests To Schools As Students And Staff Return From Spring BreakThe state has issued more than 14.3 million COVID-19 at-home examinations to schools for students and staff over the past month, with around 7.2 million students and employees returning from spring break.
St. Patrick's Day Marks First Holiday Celebrations In Sacramento Without COVID RestrictionsTwo years ago, the pandemic hit Sacramento and St. Patrick's Day was the first holiday canceled. Fast forward to March 2022, and downtown Sacramento is back to normal celebrating the Irish holiday maskless.