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Past articles by Evan:

COVID: California’s February marked by improvement, more deaths

Even with marked improvements, the shortest month of the year will go down as California’s second-deadliest of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

COVID: California models project record lows this time next month

COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continued to tumble Thursday in California, and state models are increasingly bullish on its outlook in the pandemic. → Read More

Group’s apolitical front fading – Lake County Record-Bee

As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on and California’s high schools continue to prohibit the playing of most sports, the apolitical ‘Let Them Play CA’ movement is having trouble keepi… → Read More

Prep athletes descend on Sacramento

‘Let Them Play CA’ delivered more than 10,000 emails, letters and signatures to the state Capitol on Thursday asking legislators to remove restrictions on the playing of high school ath… → Read More

Prep athletes cleared for club sports

High school athletes in California will be allowed to play on club and high school sports teams at the same time with the exception of football players. → Read More

California preps watch another state play football

California high school football players are outside looking in when it comes to playing this year. Western Washington schools recently announced they will begin their COVID-19-delayed season later … → Read More

Pace: The rise in cases is slowing in Lake County

ake County’s rise in COVID-19 cases that started in November has begun to improve according to Health Officer Gary Pace. → Read More

Crushing blow for Santa Clara County prep sports

Santa Clara Count;y has added even more restrictions that could be the death knell for high school sports in that county. The move caught many coaches by surprise, to the point of tears. → Read More

Governor meets with prep coach

Three high school sports coaches discussed re-opening youth sports with the Governor’s office on Friday and again Sunday. → Read More

Coronavirus: Major improvements in cases, hospitalizations in California prompt lifting of stay-at-home order

Following widespread and sustained reductions in COVID-19 hospitalizations throughout California, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday lifted the regional stay-at-home order that had placed the majority of … → Read More

Coronavirus: California’s outlook improves but with complications

At approximately 39,700 per day, California’s average daily COVID-19 case count has fallen about 11% in the past week, while its average daily death toll has at least slowed its ascent, and h… → Read More

Coronavirus: California records third-deadliest day but hospitalizations decrease

With Thursday’s tally, California has now recorded its nine deadliest days of the pandemic since New Year’s Eve. The only two days with a higher death toll than Thursday came this past Tuesday and … → Read More

Coronavirus: Gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19

A pair of gorillas at the world-famous San Diego Zoo have tested positive for COVID-19, and third is symptomatic, in what scientists are investigating as a possible case of human-to-animal transmis… → Read More

Coronavirus: California nearly repeats record-breaking day as death toll surpasses 22,000

California is reporting more new cases and deaths each day, on average, than any other point of the pandemic, and more Californians are also hospitalized with severe cases of the virus than ever be… → Read More

Gov. Newsom announces COVID curfew for California

The order prohibits non-essential work, movement and gatherings between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. in purple-tier counties. → Read More

Coronavirus: Capacity restrictions could provide outsized impact, study says

Capacity restrictions at highly trafficked indoor businesses could have an outsized effect on slowing the spread of COVID-19, as well as reducing the economic and racial disparities of the pandemic… → Read More

Coronavirus: First known combination COVID-19 and flu case reported in Bay Area

The first sign of a possible looming “twindemic” that health officials have been warning of has arrived in the Bay Area. → Read More

Newsom: Overwhelming majority of Californians will not get a coronavirus vaccine this year

“When we talk vaccinations, don’t anticipate or expect that you’ll be able to go down to a pharmacy anytime this calendar year and get a vaccination We hope that’s the case,… → Read More

Coronavirus: California’s recent cases among fewest per-capita nationwide

There are only three other states with a lower COVID-19 positivity rate and fewer cases and hospitalizations per-capita in the past week than California. → Read More

Coronavirus: California hits hospitalization milestone, but two counties provide concern

However, as the state nears a rare positive milestone, its curve of hospitalizations is beginning to mimic the plateau in cases that began about a month beforehand. And, in at least one county, a n… → Read More