Los Angeles, CA |
12h

Between Jan. 1 and April 28, there were 3,084 coronavirus cases in people who were fully vaccinated. That’s a rate of only 0.024 percent.

Motorists sit in their vehicles in April waiting to be inoculated with a COVID-19 vaccine at California State University, Los Angeles.
Motorists sit in their vehicles in April waiting to be inoculated with a COVID-19 vaccine at California State University, Los Angeles. (Damian Dovarganes/AP Photo)

CALIFORNIA — At least 3,084 breakthrough cases of COVID-19 were detected in Californians who were fully vaccinated between Jan. 1 and April 28, officials from the California Department of Public Health told Patch. … Read more




Orange County, CA |
17h

For international students, this could mean that colleges will only accept COVID-19 vaccines approved by the World Health Organization.

By Mikhail Zinshteyn, Charlotte West and Elena Shao, CalMatters… Read more




Across America, US |
18h

Experts have developed effective ways to help heal those with COVID-19. Consumer Reports shares the essential information you need.

Consumer Reports has no relationship with advertisers on this site.By Kevin Loria/Consumer Reports… Read more




Across California, CA |
15h

California has lost 10 police officers in the line of duty in 2021, including six who died of the coronavirus.

CALIFORNIA — The biggest effect the coronavirus pandemic had on National Police Week isn’t that activities in California and elsewhere have been postponed, but the number of police officers whose lives and careers were cut short by the virus…. Read more




Orange County, CA |
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Safety grades by the nonprofit health care watchdog group Leapfrog show how hospitals in California responded to the coronavirus pandemic.

CALIFORNIA — Several Golden State hospitals received top safety marks while others didn’t quite measure up in The Leapfrog Group’s annual spring safety grades released Thursday…. Read more



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