CDC Director: COVID Vaccine Won't Be Widely Available Until Mid-2021The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) told lawmakers on Wednesday that he doesn't expect a potential COVID-19 vaccine to be available for most Americans until the middle of next year, even as the government unveiled plans to begin distributing a vaccine as soon as possible.
Stockton Man Makes Recovery After Battle With CoronavirusA Stockton man said its a miracle he's alive after two negative tests showed he didn't have COVID-19 – until he ended up in a medically induced coma. Near-death, he credited prayer, and a little luck, for keeping him alive.
US Senators Introduce Bill That Would Provide Masks For All AmericansAll Americans could have access to high-quality, reusable masks, thanks to a new bill introduced into the U.S. Senate on Tuesday.
US Sees Early Signs That New Coronavirus Cases May Have Hit PlateauAfter weeks of sharp increases, there are some signs that new coronavirus cases in the United States may be plateauing at a high daily rate.
South Lake Tahoe Closing Boat Ramp To Discourage Visitors Possibly Spreading CoronavirusIn the wake of a recent spike in COVID-19 cases in South Lake Tahoe, the city announced Wednesday it would be closing its boat ramp.
Modesto Homeless Facility Experiences Coronavirus OutbreakA coronavirus outbreak has occurred at a homeless facility in Modesto.
Outbreak Investigation Aboard U.S. Aircraft Carrier May Contain Clues About Coronavirus Among Young And HealthyAn investigation of a major coronavirus outbreak aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier may reveal clues as to how Covid-19 affects younger adults.
16 Deaths In Coronavirus Outbreak At Turlock Nursing Home; 100 Residents, 50 Workers Test PositiveA Turlock nursing home is now reporting 16 coronavirus-related deaths after a large outbreak at the facility.
Stay Home: A Wife's Plea To The Public After Husband Battles CoronavirusFrom barely breathing to hospital hero, a Lincoln man is at home recovering after a tough battle with coronavirus.
Company That California Canceled Large PPE Deal With Being Sued By State Of Maryland A company that was paid to provide Californians and several other states personal protection equipment against the coronavirus is being investigated by the Department of Justice and the attorney general of Maryland.
UC Davis Doctors Find Success With Experimental Coronavirus Treatment RemdesivirIt's a potential breakthrough in the fight against coronavirus — the nation's top infectious disease doctor said there’s clear evidence experimental drug remdesivir can boost the chances of recovery.
Coronavirus Cases At Woodland Nursing Home Continue To GrowOn top of three more deaths cases added since Tuesday, the Yolo County is also reporting 14 new confirmed cases. The county says some of the newly added cases are associated with the nursing facility.
Coronavirus Questions: What Is Herd Immunity And How Can We Get There? In the coming months, you will start to hear the term “herd immunity,” used by journalists, politicians, and medical professionals in relation to the novel coronavirus. So what is herd immunity?
Law Enforcement Agencies Begin Enforcing Stay-At-Home Order In Sacramento CountyLaw enforcement agencies in Sacramento County say they're going to start taking enforcement action on violations of the Public Health Order.
Roseville Police Using Technology To Stay Safe From CoronavirusPolice in Roseville are now utilizing disinfectant technology to make sure their cars stay clean, so they can stay healthy.