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Keep Covid Off Your Holiday Guest List

Dr. Dali Fan, a cardiologist and health sciences clinical professor at UC Davis, offers some tips for keeping your family free from Covid exposure this holiday season.

‘Commercializing’ Covid-19 Response is Bad News on All Fronts

Comments from the White House's Covid response coordinator point to a shift in the administration's approach that could worsen existing health disparities.

Now is Not the Time to Drop Our Guard on Covid, Experts Say

With new variants emerging health experts say now is not the time to let our guard down when it comes to Covid.

Diversity a Challenge to Upping Vaccination Rates in California’s San Joaquin County

Local health officials are relying on community organizations to vaccinate the diverse communities that call this region of California home.

Roll Out Those Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer — But Don Your Swimsuit and Goggles With Care

With summer here, parents are wondering whether it's safe for their kids to jump in the water as Covid infections continue to climb.

California’s Poorest County Has Nation’s Highest Vaccination Rate

Imperial County's success is a tribute to grassroots community organizing in this predominantly Latino community.

New Surge, Same Misinformation: Latino Parents Weigh Covid Vaccines for Their Youngest

A new Covid surge is driving an uptick in infections, even as persistent misinformation continues to hamper vaccination efforts among Latino families.

Older Adults Still At High Risk for COVID-19 — Beware Complacency

“We need your help in communicating the value of vaccines and boosters and testing-to-treatment for this population.”

California’s Youngest Kids at Acute Risk from Covid-19 — Vaccines Offer Best Protection Around

More than two years after Covid-19’s onset, there is finally a federally approved vaccine against it in the United States for children age 6 months to 4 years old.

Struggling to Survive: Covid-19’s Impact on Youth Mental Health

Teen suicide and depression rates are as alarming as deaths from the virus, but few resources are available to address this shadow of the pandemic.

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