Scientific advisers to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention home in on vaccine efficacy, advantages of mixing different vaccine types and...
The Food and Drug Administration voted unanimously to recommend a booster shot of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine
Lawmakers and critics subjected the Newsom administration to questions about the state’s oversight of nursing homes
For many college students, the pandemic closed off the usual paths that lead from the classroom to jobs after graduation
The Farm and Food Worker Relief Grant Program will provide $700 million in relief to farmworkers, meatpacking workers, front-line grocery workers
Pfizer and BioNTech have asked federal regulators to authorize emergency use of their coronavirus vaccine for children ages 5 to 11
The U.S. has had one of the highest recent death rates of any country with an ample supply of coronavirus vaccines
Tens of thousands of unvaccinated employees in California have gotten shots in recent weeks
Unvaccinated individuals must continue to wear masks indoors.
Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine has been shown to be safe and effective in children ages 5 to 11 years old
President Biden pushes two-thirds of U.S. workers to be vaccinated against the coronavirus
Covid-19 cases in Santa Cruz County starting to slow
Regulators need more time to collect and review all the necessary data before coronavirus booster shots are officially recommended
Santa Cruz County received a $1 million grant to Salud Para La Gente from the Health Resources and Services Administration
Vaccines not an option, life for families with young children
In a survey of more than 950 workers, 31% said they would prefer to work from home full time; 45% said they...
Dr. Gail Newel said the county did not want to distract from ongoing efforts to increase commendable but still unsatisfactory vaccination rates.
SLV businesses temporarily close, promoters want proof of vaccination
“Poke for a Pint” is located at the East Lake Village Shopping Center, in front of Coffeeville and Fruition Brewing.
This “learning loss” has affected students in every age demographic, from elementary through high school.
Unproven remedies have appealed to people in low-income immigrant communities in places where COVID-19 rates have been high but access to health...
As California set to return to “business as usual,” local residents were all over the map as far as how they said...
Officials raise concerns about slowing vaccination rates
Bill set to expire June 30; State budget deadline looms
Exhibit highlights students of the class of 2020
County moves to Yellow Tier reopenings; plus the latest updates on the Covid-19 pandemic
When and how in-person meetings will resume still to be determined
Nationwide labor crisis compounded by California’s affordability crisis
From outdoor dining options to simplifying and revitalizing, dining industry is resilient