Tens of thousands of Hindus gather by the Ganges River, many of them ignoring social distancing as the coronavirus spreads in India with record speed.
Bhutan’s COVID-19 vaccination drive was fast from the start — and is nearly finished just 16 days after it began.
There were 470 coronavirus patients in L.A. County hospitals as of Saturday, a drop of nearly 28% from two weeks earlier.
The COVID-19 death toll in California represents 10.7% of all such deaths nationwide. California is home to about 12% of Americans.
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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.
With eligibility expanding, here’s a collection of L.A. Times reporting on ways to get an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine.
County officials say moving to a less restrictive category in California’s reopening blueprint is a hard-fought gain in the battle against COVID-19.
Movie theaters, museums and theme parks across Southern California have begun reopening within COVID-19 guidelines. Call it our spring awakening.
One-third of COVID-19 survivors were diagnosed with a psychiatric or neurological condition within six months of being infected with the coronavirus.
Two COVID-19 vaccines are likely to be protective against a rapidly spreading variant of the SARS-Cov-2 virus that arose in California, a study finds.
After the EU cites a ‘possible link’ between the AstraZeneca vaccine and rare blood clots, British authorities say some adults should get a different shot.
The heavy concentration of new coronavirus cases in just five states is putting pressure on the government to consider adjusting vaccine distribution.
New U.S. research shows most kids with a serious inflammatory illness called MIS-C linked to the coronavirus were symptom-free or had mild infections.
A top official at Europe’s drugs regulator says there’s a link between AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine and a handful of cases of blood clots.
Vermont gave Black adults and people from other minority communities priority status for COVID-19 vaccinations. It joined Montana, which did so in January.
Pfizer says its vaccine works well for children as young as 12, raising hopes for the effectiveness of inoculations before the new school year.
The Easter Sunday holiday is going be a big test of whether California can avoid another COVID-19 spike, experts say.
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We traveled around the L.A. region to ask people whether or not they would take the vaccine, and if not, why. Then we posed their questions to two experts. Here’s what they said.
Booster shots may be needed in the future.
Readers say columnist George Skelton went too far in his criticism of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s handling of the pandemic.
The LAUSD superintendent has done an admirable job serving the district’s most vulnerable students during the pandemic.
Republicans are fine legislating the ‘private health choices’ of women seeking an abortion, so what explains their opposition to vaccine passports?
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This week, 574,900 Johnson & Johnson doses were allocated to California. Next week, that will plummet to 67,600, according to data from the CDC.
Many Americans have turned to prayer to cope with COVID-era stress. But medical authorities caution that it’s no substitute for good medical care.
It’s unlikely that another coronavirus surge would overwhelm California’s hospital system, experts say
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