Sources at Fresno City Hall told The Sun that Newsom will be in town on Friday, although his intention at this point is unclear.
Despite extreme weather disrupting COVID-19 vaccine delivery to the Valley, health officials are not anticipating any problems with vaccine administration.
Blue Shield expects to establish three geographical waves in its vaccine distribution rollout, the Valley is rumored to be up first.
The 46th President and Congressional Democrats are getting a helping hand from the San Joaquin Valley in selling coronavirus relief.
For the second week in a row, Fresno County will receive an increased supply of the COVID-19 vaccine from the state – just not as much as the week before.
The message from business leaders was clear: School closures are hurting the workforce, and parents should have the choice to send their children back to school safely.
Despite Gov. Newsom’s announcement, local public health officials aren’t nearly as concerned about facilities as they are with vaccine supply.
Weeks of receiving the minimum allotment of coronavirus vaccines finally came to a close, as Valley counties are seeing a slight boost.
Newsom did not provide many details about the new site, nor name the city where it would be located.
Local public health officials are pushing to reopen mass coronavirus vaccination sites for residents 65 and older seeking their first dose.