Monday’s approval undoubtedly sets up the likelihood for government, educational, and private sector authorities to institute true vaccine mandates with minimal exemptions moving forward.
Attending a major indoor concert or outdoor sporting event in the Golden State? You’ll soon be required to turn over proof of vaccination or a negative coronavirus test result.
Competing proposals will determine if students attending the largest community colleges in Fresno and Madera counties will be mandated to vaccinate to gain access to campus.
The Kern Community College District, which includes Bakersfield and Porterville colleges, is stepping firmly into a vaccine mandate for students, faculty, and staff members.
Planning to hop a flight this year? You’ll still be wearing a mask, the Transportation Security Administration announced Tuesday.
Valley Children’s officials issued grave warnings about mask-less kids, citing the Delta surge. But just how bad is it? New data exclusively obtained by The Sun paints a better picture.
One set of San Joaquin Valley colleges are trying a carrot – rather than stick – to get its students vaccinated.
All but one of Tulare County’s coronavirus ICU patients are unvaccinated, public health officials said during a call with regional hospitals.
Gov. Gavin Newsom made the announcement Wednesday, making California the first state in the nation to have the requirement for all teachers and school staff.
Fresno County sent a message to the dozens of school districts in the area: It will not interfere with whatever COVID-19 restrictions are either in place or absent.