Road To Recovery: Stanislaus County Opens Up Vaccines To Those 16 And UpIt was a big step forward across California on the road to recovery from the pandemic as anyone 50 and up was made eligible to get the vaccine as of Thursday.
'I'm Helping Save Lives': UC Davis Cash Incentive Working As Students Skip Spring Break TravelSpring Break prompted an incredible uptick in travel, but you may see a few more students than usual sticking around at UC Davis. The school handed out $75 gift cards for local businesses to students who didn't travel over the break.
UC Davis Researchers May Have Uncovered Why Some Recover From COVID And Others Don'tWhy do some coronavirus patients recover, while others don't? It's a question that has confounded doctors until now, as researchers at UC Davis say they may have uncovered the reason why.
California Adopts CDC-Advised 3-Feet Social Distancing Rule For ClassroomsStudents in California classrooms can sit 3 feet apart instead of 6 under new guidelines adopted by the state as school officials figure out how to reopen campuses closed for a year during the coronavirus pandemic.
Distilleries, Breweries Serve Boozy Beverages Without Food Once AgainSaturday marked the first day breweries and distilleries joined wineries in businesses that can serve alcohol outside - without having to require a meal, too.
First Batch Of Pfizer COVID Vaccine Could Arrive At UCD Medical Center MondayIt is the opening act to the end of the COVID-19 crisis in the United States.
COVID Vaccine Trials Lacking Minority ParticipantsResearch is underway across the country as pharmaceutical companies launch COVID-19 vaccine trials, but while the clock is ticking on these clinical trials, exactly who participates in them is equally important.
Updated CDC Guidance Acknowledges Coronavirus Can Spread Through The Air"Airborne viruses, including COVID-19, are among the most contagious and easily spread," the CDC site now says.
California To Pause Unemployment Claims For 2 WeeksCalifornia will not accept new unemployment claims for the next two weeks as the state works to prevent fraud and reduce a backlog as more than 2 million people are out of work statewide during the coronavirus pandemic, officials said late Saturday.
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.
Gov. Newsom Signs Eviction Relief Bill Amid VirusThe California Senate advanced legislation Monday to ban evictions through January for people who can't pay their rent because of the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
California Senate Meets As GOP Senators Tested For COVID-19Nearly all of the Republicans in the California Senate were barred from entering the state Capitol on Thursday after they were exposed to the coronavirus, prompting unprecedented changes that include allowing lawmakers to vote via video conference from their homes as the Legislature rushes to complete their work by Monday's deadline.
Sacramento Man Says 'No' To Jury Summons In Light Of PandemicA Sacramento man is saying no to jury duty after being summoned to show up in a courtroom during the pandemic.
Roseville's Sunsplash Could Be Fined Up To $500 A Day For Staying OpenOne after another, people at Roseville Golfland Sunsplash on Friday slid down water slides that shouldn’t even be up and running under the state’s order.
Tracy Pool Closes After Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19The City of Tracy announced on Thursday the closure of a public pool after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus.