This Is What Happens To Your Body Over Months In IsolationSince the pandemic officially began in March, we've been told staying home is the best way to avoid catching COVID-19, and it is. But life in confinement can cause physical ailments on its own.
United Airlines Offering Pre-Flight COVID Tests At SFO For Hawaii-Bound FlightsUnited Airlines will be the first U.S. airline to roll out a COVID-19 testing program for passengers. Starting October 15, flyers from San Francisco bound for Hawaii will be given the option to order an at-home testing kit or reserve a time for a rapid test at the airport.
Getting Answers: Does Staying Home More Have An Impact On Kids' Immune Systems?Kids are known for being germy and never shying away from a mess, especially in the classroom. So as distance learning and social distancing measures continue, could it have any impacts on their immune systems?
Plasma Should Not Be Considered Standard Care For Coronavirus, NIH Panel SaysA National Institutes of Health panel said there's no evidence backing the use of convalescent plasma to treat coronavirus patients and that doctors should not treat it as a standard of care until more study has been done.
UC Davis Study Sheds Light On Pandemic's Impact To Mental HealthThe COVID-19 pandemic has severely affected people’s daily emotional lives and mental health and it's gotten progressively worse, UC Davis research indicates.
Doctor Discusses Wearing Masks Safely During Major HeatwavesWe spoke with one doctor who discusses whether wearing a mask in these hot temperatures elevates your chance of getting heat-related illnesses.
Midtown's Cantina Alley Closes For 2 Weeks After Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19Midtown's Cantina Alley in Sacramento announced a temporary two-week closure after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus.
Sacramento 8-Year-Old's Hopes To Walk Halted By PandemicThe pandemic has prevented eight-year-old Kenyon from getting the physical therapy he needs to walk without crutches.
Sacramento County Records Another Record Daily COVID-19 Increase, Surpasses 4,000 CasesSacramento county recorded another daily coronavirus record with an additional 333 cases reported since Friday.
3 Midtown Bars Closed After Customers Test Positive for COVID-19Two Sacramento bars shut their doors once again after only days of being open after learning a customer tested positive for COVID-19. This comes as other states nationwide are rolling back reopening on bars because of a virus surge.
San Joaquin County Surpasses Sacramento County in Coronavirus CasesSan Joaquin County spikes again. The county reported more than 250 new cases of COVID-19 since Friday, and that hospitals are above their limit.
Coronavirus Surge: Sacramento County Sees Nearly 100 New Cases OvernightWith the start of summer here, crowds of rafters gathered on the American River. But the day also marked the biggest overnight spike in coronavirus cases in Sacramento County, adding nearly a hundred new positives to the overall count.
Priest At Dixon Church Tests Positive For Coronavirus, Diocese Of Sacramento SaysThe Roman Catholic Diocese of Sacramento announced Thursday that a priest at St. Peter's Parish in Dixon tested positive for the coronavirus and had celebrated public mass throughout the last week.
Coronavirus Spread By People With No Symptoms 'Appears To Be Rare,' WHO Official SaysThe spread of Covid-19 by someone who is not showing symptoms appears to be rare, Maria Van Kerkhove, the World Health Organization's technical lead for coronavirus response and head of the emerging diseases and zoonoses unit, said during a media briefing in Geneva on Monday.
What's The Coronavirus Risk? Infectious Disease Expert Weighs In On Popular Summer ActivitiesFrom the beach to dining out, Memorial Day marks the kick-off to summer, but your favorite outings now all come with risks.