The first batch of relief from President Biden’s American Rescue Plan is available for withdrawal. What’s headed to the San Joaquin Valley?
After a year unlike any other, David Pomaville, Fresno County’s Director of Public Health has retired, leaving the county at a time in which the COVID-19 case numbers are declining and vaccine distribution is well in-stride.
The move enables SLO County’s wineries and distilleries to reopen their indoor tasting rooms.
All faculty, staff and students throughout California’s public universities who will be on campus in the fall will be required to have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
Two San Joaquin Valley counties are entering their lowest tiers of coronavirus reopening since the development of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s tiered reopening scheme.
The lack of demand for the COVID-19 vaccine in Fresno County has resulted in a reallocation of doses to other parts of California.
A trove of testing data held by a laboratory is being blamed for Merced County’s lengthy delay in advancing in Gov. Gavin Newsom’s tiered reopening scheme.
Kern County will move into the Orange Tier on Wednesday, expanding capacity limits for various business sectors to operate.
The move serves as a signal from the County’s Supervisors to transition local government back to normal operations.
California has set a date for when it will fully reopen after the pandemic, albeit with masks firmly on.