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Who's dying in California from COVID-19? - The San Francisco Examiner
Stock photo Latinos are dying at a lower rate than white and Black people in California.
Which State Has the Lowest Virus Transmission Rate in the Country? California. | KQED
California has the lowest coronavirus transmission rate of any state following a sharp decline in cases and hospitalizations after a summer surge.
12-year-old boy gets vaccine for birthday after dad died from COVID-19 last year
For his 12th birthday, Gavin Roberts only had one request: get vaccinated against the coronavirus that killed his dad last year.
CDC panel tackles who needs booster shot of COVID vaccine
The CDC has the final word on who would qualify for COVID-19 booster shots, and convened its own advisers Wednesday to start deliberations.
Cori Bush Introduces Bill to Circumvent Supreme Court Ban on Eviction Moratorium
On Monday, Rep. Cori Bush (D-Missouri) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) introduced a bill that would reimplement the eviction moratorium over the course of the pandemic and give the federal government the authority to implement similar policies in the future.
Methamphetamine Deaths Soar, Hitting Black And Native Americans Especially Hard
Evidence seized from a drug trafficking operation in central California in early 2020 included methamphetamine and fentanyl with a street value of $1.5 million, authorities said.
Who's dying in California from COVID-19?
It's been longer than a year and a half since COVID-19 first arrived in California, and the demographics of who is dying from the virus are changing.
A Square error affected tipping - costing workers hundreds of dollars on a busy weekend day
SAN FRANCISCO - Restaurant workers, baristas and small-shop owners lost out on hundreds of dollars in tips this past Saturday when a glitch in the Square payment processing app caused an automatic tipping screen to disappear, according to interviews with several workers and managers across the country.
The FDA Has Been Without A Permanent Leader For 8 Months, As COVID Cases Climb
Dr. Janet Woodcock, testifying here before Congress in July, has been serving as acting commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration since Jan. 20.