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California Officials Announce Latest COVID-19 Facts for Monday Afternoon, June 21 – Confirmed Cases: 3,704,005 (Up 1,123 Over Friday's Report), 62,693 Deaths (Up 4 Over Friday's Report) - 19,343,396 People Fully Vaccinated

June 22, 2021 - SACRAMENTO – On Monday afternoon, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) released the most recent statistics on COVID-19 and updates on the state’s pandemic response. Statewide COVID-19 Data as of Today. California has 3,704,005 confirmed cases to date. Numbers may not represent true day-over-day change...
California StateEast Bay Times

California COVID vaccination uneven as state reaches milestone

California has reached a milestone with more than 70% of eligible residents at least partly vaccinated, driven by many Bay Area counties that have topped the 80% mark, yet immunization remains highly varied around the Golden State as it does across the rest of the country. Gov. Gavin Newsom on...
California StateNY Daily News

California to pay off unpaid COVID-19 rent

The state of California announced Monday it would pay off any unpaid rent accumulated during the COVID-19 pandemic, a move that will offer relief to landlords and tenants, alike. The move comes as Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislators negotiate extending the state’s eviction protections for tenants who have gotten behind...
California StateSiskiyou Daily

COVID-19 cases increasing in California, dwindling in Siskiyou

New coronavirus cases increased 6.2% in California in the week ending Sunday as the state added 6,530 cases. The previous week had 6,148 new cases of the virus that causes COVID-19. California ranked 31st among the states where coronavirus was spreading the fastest on a per-person basis, a USA TODAY...

UnitedHealthcare skimping on COVID-19 test pay, California doctor group alleges

The California Medical Association is accusing UnitedHealthcare of failing to adequately reimburse physicians for COVID-19 rapid antigen testing and has reiterated its call for regulators to investigate and take action to prevent insurers from hampering patient access to appropriate coronavirus testing. The doctors group, whose members include nearly 50,000 physicians,...

California to Pay Tenants’ Back Rent from COVID Pandemic

California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced his state will pay residents’ past due rent that has accrued during the coronavirus pandemic. Jason Elliott, Newsom’s senior counselor on housing and homelessness, said the back rent can be paid through the state’s allocation of $5.2 billion from congressionally approved assistance packages, The Associated Press reported.