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Past articles by Emily:

COVID-19 deaths in California among vaccinated rose sharply with omicron

COVID-19 deaths in California among vaccinated rose sharply with omicron → Read More

COVID-19 hospitalizations rising faster in California than at any other point in the pandemic

The number of patients with COVID-19 in California’s hospitals is now rising at a faster clip than at any previous time, a surprising development nearly three years into the pandemic. → Read More

COVID: Why California is moving forward with firing vaccine-resistant health care workers

Court ruling temporarily blocking Biden’s nationwide mandate doesn’t apply in Golden State → Read More

California could require COVID vaccines at indoor restaurants, bars, gyms and more

The Golden State as a whole could move the same direction San Francisco did recently. → Read More

More places are requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Is a vaccine passport coming to California?

Hospitals and nursing homes must verify that visitors are fully vaccinated or have tested negative for the coronavirus in the last three days → Read More

Is Gavin Newsom in trouble? New poll finds likely recall voters nearly split

New polling suggests likely voters are almost evenly split when it comes to keeping or booting Gov. Gavin Newsom in September. → Read More

New CDC school guidelines: No masks required for vaccinated students, teachers

It isn’t clear how schools will verify students’ vaccination status. → Read More

COVID: What will California’s vaccine verification system look like?

For one, it won’t be a passport, Gov. Gavin Newsom says. But he promises some details in the coming days. → Read More

Newsom recall backers have enough valid signatures to qualify for ballot

Voters who signed recall petitions have 30 business days to notify local election officials if they have changed their minds. → Read More

The coronavirus pandemic could affect your taxes. Here’s what to know

If you didn’t receive your stimulus money, there’s a way to claim it on your taxes. → Read More

Why Texas’ power outages are plaguing California, and Ted Cruz is clamming up

The power grid problems plaguing Texas as the state endures unseasonably frigid temperatures have struck vulnerable Californians and their doctors, too. → Read More

Newsom’s French Laundry dinner raises question of what counts as outdoor dining

As winter weather hits, some restaurants are buttoning up outdoor spaces and raising concerns about coronavirus spreading in the process → Read More

The Californians who could end up in Joe Biden’s cabinet

From Xavier Becerra to Meg Whitman, the Golden State could loom large in the Executive Branch → Read More

When and where to watch the final presidential debate between Trump and Biden

Republican incumbent Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden will face off in Nashville on Thursday. → Read More

If you think the coronavirus pandemic is stressful, try being an emergency room doctor

Physicians are worried about not having enough protective gear → Read More

‘Don’t think we’ll ever go back’: Coronavirus speeds shift to telemedicine, and the numbers are astonishing

From flu to knee pain, doctors and nurses are addressing medical maladies online → Read More

Newsom announces new COVID-19 initiative to increase health care workforce

In a bid to dramatically boost the number of health care workers fighting the deadly coronavirus spreading across the Bay Area and beyond, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday a plan to temporarily b… → Read More

New bill would let California churches build affordable housing on their property

Under a new proposal, churches, synagogues and mosques would be able to build affordable housing on their property. State Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) this week introduced legislation that w… → Read More

California to house homeless people on vacant state land

Under a new executive order from Gov. Gavin Newsom, cities across California will be able to use vacant state land to open a number of emergency shelters for homeless people. The order, which comes… → Read More

California to house homeless people on vacant state land

Gov. Gavin Newsom also wants to create a fund to build housing for formerly homeless people. → Read More