With testing a requirement as schools reopen for in-person classes, 72 staff members and 105 students were found to have the virus.
The county’s latest allocation, approximately 362,000 doses, is up nearly 39,000 from last week, according to the Department of Public Health.
Public health officials worry that their budgets will be slashed when the pandemic recedes and they’ll once again be unprepared for a health crisis.
COVID-19 has again prompted San Francisco to cancel its marijuana festival in Golden Gate Park.
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Still, California ranks 32nd among all states in the proportion of its population that’s considered fully vaccinated, according to the CDC.
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When California shut down in March 2020, it halted businesses and required people to stay home. What unfolded was a confusing path to opening and closing.
Since at least 1935, worshipers have gathered at this spot off Cima Road, six miles south of Interstate 15, to celebrate the Christian holiday in front of the humble cross at Sunrise Rock.
Dr. Anthony Fauci says the U.S. will likely move to resume Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine this week after reports of six rare blood clot cases.
Experts said that while the pause on Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine may make sense for the U.S., stoppages in poorer countries would end up costing lives.
A CDC advisory panel is grappling with the best way to “do no harm” regarding Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine and its risk of blood clots.
Researchers are developing vaccines that could be taken as a capsule, a dissolvable tablet or a nasal spray. But the barriers to success are high.
The goal is to have a pediatric vaccine available for all ages from 6 months to adulthood
Why might some COVID-19 vaccines pose a small risk of blood clots while others don’t? Scientists suspect it’s related to their use of adenoviruses.
U.S. health advisors told the government that they need more evidence to decide whether a handful of unusual blood clots were linked to the shot — and if so, how big the potential risk is.
Reports of blood clots among those who got Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine may make some recipients anxious. Here’s how to handle those feelings.
Two COVID-19 vaccines have now been linked to a risk of developing blood clots. Scientists don’t know whether the vaccines are to blame.
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A doctor and a public health student each say more context is needed to understand the decision to temporarily suspend vaccination with the Johnson & Johnson shot.
The rare side effect among younger women who received the Johnson & Johnson COVID shot doesn’t mean we should halt its use indefinitely.
The 1st Amendment suggests the founders also wanted freedom from religion, which is important during a pandemic, says a reader.
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