O'Dowd students rise up on campus and beyond
"When I first came to O'Dowd, I didn't see myself as a leader," Sam remembers. He's tall, with a mop of springy blonde curls and a kind smile. "I was shy and awkward and quiet.
Netflix's Squid Game owes its popularity to anxieties of modern life
Squid Game, a Netflix series made in Korea by Hwang Dong-hyuk, was released on 17 September and within 10 days was the platform's highest ranking show in 90 countries.
CDC director overrules experts, allows Pfizer boosters for health workers
Bayern Munich's Joshua Kimmich and Leon Goretzka donate to UNICEF for COVID vaccine distribution
Joshua Kimmich and Leon Goretzka have made another huge step in their social work in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hochul directs $65 million for the rollout of booster shots in New York, assuming federal regulators clear them.
Gov. Kathy Hochul of New York announced new measures on Tuesday designed to beat back the Delta variant of the coronavirus, including the allocation of $65 million to local health departments for the rollout of booster shots, assuming federal regulators clear them, and a plan to broaden vaccine requirements in schools and state regulated facilities.
L.A. councilman seeks to bar homeless encampments around more than 1,000 schools
Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino is upping the ante in the debate over where and how to restrict homeless encampments, calling on his colleagues to prohibit tents from going up within 500 feet of any public school in the city.
County first responders to prove vaccination or submit to regular testing - SFBay
Contra Costa County officials announced Friday that the county will now require first responders to verify their Covid-19 vaccination status or submit to regular testing for the virus.
Portland-based children's clothing brand Hanna Andersson donates millions in back-to-school clothes for children in need - Portland Business Journal
Portland children's apparel company, Hanna Andersson, is set to donate $4.6 million worth of clothing for students coming back to school this fall.
Health Care Workers In a World of Pure Vaccination
On August 5, 2021, the California Public Health Department issued an Order requiring workers in certain health care settings to show proof that they received their final dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by September 30, 2021.