Stacker compiled a list of counties with the COVID-19 vaccination rates in California using data from U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.
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Stacker compiled a list of counties with the highest COVID-19 infection rates in California using data from U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.
Health officials recommend that anyone infected with the coronavirus isolate for at least 5 days — but for many, that timeline may be overly optimistic.
San Luis Obispo Tribune
This story is part of the Central Valley News Collaborative — a bilingual, community journalism project funded by the Central Valley Community Foundation and with technology and training support from Microsoft Corp. The collaboration includes The Fresno Bee, Valley Public Radio, Vida en el Valle, Radio Bilingüe and the Institute for Media & Public Trust at Fresno State.
Today’s hyper-transmissible strain of the COVID-19 virus has sent cases soaring across the country. But rising deaths — the grim marker of earlier dangerous surges — haven’t kept pace, and the average risk of dying from an infection is dropping to levels almost as low as seasonal influenza, leading epidemiologists say.
For the third summer in a row, school leaders are facing the question of what — if anything — they’re going to do to stop the spread of Covid-19 when students return to classrooms. One thing is clear: Almost none of them will be requiring vaccines. Just...
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/FOX58) — The non-profit, the Public Health Institute in Oakland did a study for the entire state of California. They found that people in counties with the worst air quality were more susceptible to getting COVID or dying from it. "We found that those people compared to...
Red tape, red tape, red tape. That was the refrain that popped up repeatedly on Tuesday, when California lawmakers convened for two separate hearings on the two viruses for which Gov. Gavin Newsom has declared a public health state of emergency: COVID-19 and monkeypox. The key takeaway from the two...
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