There’s been a lot of discussion among health officers that case rates aren’t going to be accurate going forward because of home...
Omicron is hitting the arts hard, but this time there’s a difference
UCSC infectious disease ecology professor Marm Kilpatrick addresses questions about the Covid variant
Roughly 3,000 Covid-19 tests are being administered per day in Santa Cruz County
Skiers are adapting to the dual crises and the popular winter sport is evolving even as snow cover declines around the world
As the Omicron variant spreads and Covid-19 cases and local hospitalizations increase, unnecessary trips to already burdened ERs are not advised
Despite significant questions about the variant itself, the World Health Organization warned Monday that global risks posed by the new omicron variant...
Uncertainty around whether instruction would be in person or online created a last-minute rush of students applying for housing
Santa Cruz County Health Officer Dr. Gail Newel issued a health order requiring all people to wear a face-covering when indoors in...
According to report, about 12 inmates have tested positive and are under quarantine protocol
Relentless challenges for teachers, staff and students mar return to in-person learning
For many college students, the pandemic closed off the usual paths that lead from the classroom to jobs after graduation
Tens of thousands of unvaccinated employees in California have gotten shots in recent weeks
Unvaccinated individuals must continue to wear masks indoors.
The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday overruled a recommendation by an agency advisory panel that had...
A scientific advisory committee to the Food and Drug Administration recommended against approving booster shot of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine
If all goes according to plan, Watsonville’s Ramsay Park will become a much-needed community space
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
Delays, product shortages and rising costs continue to bedevil businesses large and small.
Programs that make outdoor dining possible will extend into next year in Santa Cruz and Capitola, thanks to a vote by the...
The Federation of State Medical Boards recommended last month that states consider action against doctors who share false medical claims.
The Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a plan to require all of 2,400 County employees to either...
Anzalduas Park in Mission, Texas was put off-limits, transformed into a large Covid-19 quarantine camp for migrants who have crossed from Mexico.
Dr. Gail Newel said the county did not want to distract from ongoing efforts to increase commendable but still unsatisfactory vaccination rates.
As Delta variant of Covid-19 hastens its spread, schools could begin to impose stricter requirements.
SLV businesses temporarily close, promoters want proof of vaccination