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Monoclonal antibody treatment is now available to COVID-19 patients, but only about 30% of the delivered doses have been administered.

A group of Bay Area wineries and restaurants are seeking to overturn a state ban on in-person dining — and drinking — as a coronavirus-control measure.

Gov. Gavin Newsom said 1 million additional doses of COVID-19 vaccine would be administered in California over the course of 10 days. But due to the state’s data collection issues, it is unclear whether he met that goal.

Dr. Anthony Fauci says President Biden will order the United States to help deploy COVID-19 vaccines, diagnostics and therapeutics around the world.

Review of allergic reactions linked to a specific lot of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine found “no scientific basis” for withholding it

The latest totals, where new cases are concentrated, testing numbers, demographcics, nursing homes and California state and county data in context compared to other states.

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When L.A. County nixed a plan to build a new jail, Supervisor Hilda Solis saw an opportunity to use the land for homeless housing. In under five months, the unused parking lot has been transformed into 232 units of permanent and interim housing at $200,000 per unit, a record for speed and cost.

Le Petit Cirque is like a mini Cirque du Soleil for kids. How the Inglewood circus studio has adapted to stay open during the COVID-19 pandemic.

We asked readers: “Did you fall in love or become closer with your partner during the pandemic?” Here are their responses.

Tahoe’s western shore will be partly reopened for the holiday weekend, helping the economy but renewing fears about COVID-19 and crowds.

“It’s mentally, physically and emotionally draining,” said Dr. Nick Kwan, who struggled to articulate the toll that COVID-19 has placed on patients and L.A. County hospitals.

Marwa Kilani, a palliative care physician at a Mission Hills hospital, has to take care of her own emotional well-being while also being a source of support for colleagues, patients and patients’ families as the toll of COVID-19 worsens.

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Health officials set aside carefully considered plans for rolling out COVID-19 vaccines and made the shots widely available. That may hasten the pandemic’s end.

Many teachers, grocers and even some hospital employees are wary of the COVID-19 vaccine and don’t want it. The question of mandatory vaccine requirements by employers is complicated.

An ongoing study suggests older Americans are showing resilience and perseverance despite struggles with loneliness and isolation amid the pandemic.

More Americans are now eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine, but they may still have to wait for their first shot even as supplies increase. Here’s a closer look.

The coronavirus strain from the U.K. is now in at least nine U.S. states. Given its ability to spread, scientists expect that number to rise soon.

The demand for oxygen has skyrocketed, as critically ill COVID-19 patients often need high rates of oxygen flowing into their lungs to keep them alive.

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Right now, getting the vaccine seems to have more to do with whom you know and where you live than how badly you need it

Some confusion over the largest vaccination effort in history was inevitable. But the mixed messaging coming from some government officials -- hello L.A. county supervisors -- has only sowed more turmoil.

Readers express great frustration over the lack of information from the county on when elderly residents can get vaccinated against COVID-19.

A doctor asks: If you don’t trust the coronavirus vaccine, why are you in medicine? Getting the shot is a civic duty.

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