Gov. Gavin Newsom is doubling down on his incentive-laden strategy to convince hesitant Californians to get the coronavirus vaccine.
As California prepares to drop its color-coded reopening scheme, one staple of the coronavirus pandemic is also set to vastly recede: mask wearing.
The single priority receiving the greatest slice of funds from Kern County’s federal coronavirus stimulus? Homelessness.
June 15 is sounding less and less like the statewide reopening Gov. Gavin Newsom promised Californians months ago.
Alcoholic beverages and cocktails ordered with a to-go meal will not fade as a relic of the pandemic past.
Madera Supervisors approved upwards of $1.3 million in contracts to the United Farmworkers and social justice group Leadership Counsel to convince residents to get vaccinated. The Madera County Farm Bureau says there’s little to show for their efforts.
During the worst months of the coronavirus pandemic, California’s fifth-largest city spent tens of millions on various services. So where did it go?
California officials declined to immediately remove the state’s strict mask mandate, opting to punt the move to the state’s June 15 reopening date, leaving Californians to wonder: is the Newsom administration following the science?
One of the University of California’s top coronavirus experts expressed deep concern that delaying the rollback on mask rules would cast a shadow on the vaccines and undercut months of “follow the science” preaching by the Governor.
Americans who are fully-vaccinated no longer need to wear a face mask or engage in social distancing of six feet – both indoors and outdoors – in most settings, the CDC announced Thursday.