Month: March 2021

UCLA to study vaccine efficacy in health workers

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES (CNS) – UCLA has received a $ 4.9 million grant from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to study the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines in healthcare workers, announced Monday the university. Researchers at the David Geffen School of Medicine will study both vaccinated and unvaccinated health workers from 16 […]

Anti-Asian racism on the rise during COVID – HS Insider

[ad_1] Harassment and abuse against Asians had been around for a long time before the coronavirus, but it has worsened throughout the pandemic. Clark Magnet High School sophomore Winnie Ann Masaoy has noticed the growth in insults against Asians. “I think these racial phrases are utterly disrespectful and racist, as Asians have already been criticized […]

Essential California: Why the Vaccine Honor System Matters

Hello and welcome to Essential California bulletin. This is Wednesday March 17th, and I write from Los Angeles. Bulletin The stories that shape California Stay up to date with our Essential California newsletter, sent six days a week. Enter e-mail address Sign me up You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times. […]

Vaccine rollout for Californian farm workers is fraught with confusion, bad timing

[ad_1] In the wine region of the northern San Joaquin Valley, the coarse spindles of pruned vines grow delicate lianas that curl towards wire trellises, and the cherry trees shed soft pink blossoms. With spring, the pandemic’s second harvest season has arrived. Fields and packing sheds will soon be filled with workers, many of whom […]

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