Tulare County has progressed in California’s COVID-19 reopening blueprint, leaving the most-restrictive purple tier on Tuesday and entering the red tier.
Three Valley counties – Tulare, Kings, and San Joaquin – are expected to move into California’s red tier next week, the two largest counties in the region – Fresno and Kern – are stuck in purple.
Doses of the newly-approved Johnson & Johnson vaccine are being deployed in the San Joaquin Valley.
Preliminary discussions on spending yet-to-be-approved Federal coronavirus relief funds, firefighting grants, and hazard pay for grocery workers dominated Fresno City Hall on Thursday.
The CDC will announce new guidelines as soon as this Thursday on what fully vaccinated Americans can do, including allowing for small gatherings …
Coronavirus case metrics are following the same path that the county’s hospitalizations have since the peak in early January.
How will local public health officials strike the balance of state mandates on monitoring the pandemic while dedicating sufficient resources to ending it?
Two weeks after announcing efforts to boost vaccinations in the San Joaquin Valley through scattered clinics, California Gov. Gavin Newsom is returning to Fresno County on Friday.
“If we filed misdemeanor charges against every (alcohol-serving) business, we’d make criminals out of every business owner,” said one prosecutor.
Fresno County is expanding vaccine eligibility to include grocery store and restaurant employees along with farm workers next week.