Harriet Rowan, Vallejo Times-Herald

Harriet Rowan

Vallejo Times-Herald

Oakland, CA, United States

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  • Vacaville Reporter
  • Vallejo Times-Herald
  • East Bay Times
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  • LakeCountyRecordBee
  • Daily Breeze
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • Times-Standard
  • ChicoER
  • Pioneer Press
  • Kaiser Health News
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Recent articles by Harriet:

Is COVID losing its fangs and becoming more like the flu?

Depending how many cases are assumed given widespread unreported infections confirmed through at-home tests, COVID-19 rates arguably have fallen to levels of a bad flu season. But it’s still … → Read More

Is COVID losing its fangs and becoming more like the flu?

Depending how many cases are assumed given widespread unreported infections confirmed through at-home tests, COVID-19 rates arguably have fallen to levels of a bad flu season. But it’s still … → Read More

Is COVID losing its fangs and becoming more like the flu?

Depending how many cases are assumed given widespread unreported infections confirmed through at-home tests, COVID-19 rates arguably have fallen to levels of a bad flu season. But it’s still … → Read More

California passes 10 million COVID cases. Could the real total be four times that?

California has tallied 10 million COVID cases, but estimates show there has likely been four times that number of infections. Here’s why. → Read More

California passes 10 million COVID cases. Could the real total be four times that?

A study suggests 1 in 4 U.S. adults had been infected with COVID — and that was before the winter’s surge. → Read More

COVID: Reinfections account for 50,000 California cases this month. Here’s how that number is rising

New data from California’s health department shows that in the first three weeks of July there were over 50,000 documented reinfections, accounting for 1 in 7 new COVID infections so far this… → Read More

COVID: 1 in 7 new California cases this month are reinfections

New data from California’s health department shows that in the first three weeks of July there were over 50,000 documented reinfections, accounting for 1 in 7 new COVID infections so far this… → Read More

Watch how COVID has spread across California since the pandemic began

See how the novel coronavirus has ebbed and flowed through California’s population, making its way to every corner of the state, tallying nearly 10 million recorded infections, and over 92,00… → Read More

Bay Area COVID case rates are once again lower than California’s

This month, Los Angeles and San Diego both surpassed the nine-county Bay Area. → Read More

Bay Area COVID case rates are once again lower than California’s

This month, Los Angeles and San Diego both surpassed the nine-county Bay Area. → Read More

California COVID hospitalizations have quadrupled. Who is getting really sick?

Two factors still mostly determine who is getting hospitalized because of COVID infections. → Read More

California COVID hospitalizations have quadrupled. Who is getting really sick?

Two factors still mostly determine who is getting hospitalized because of COVID infections. → Read More

California COVID hospitalizations have quadrupled. Who is getting really sick?

COVID hospitalizations are rising again after more than two months of persistently high case rates in the Bay Area and California. But the doctors who treat these patients are seeing consistent ind… → Read More

California COVID hospitalizations have quadrupled. Who is getting really sick?

Two factors still mostly determine who is getting hospitalized because of COVID infections. → Read More

Someone in your family has COVID, so now what?

After more than two years of dealing with the pandemic it’s time to revisit best practices for testing, treating and recovering from the newest strains of coronavirus, and how to protect your… → Read More

Q&A: Someone in your family has COVID. Now what?

After more than two years of dealing with the pandemic it’s time to revisit best practices for testing, treating and recovering from the newest strains of coronavirus, and how to protect your… → Read More

Bay Area schools: Are your kid’s classes taught by qualified teachers?

A Bay Area News Group analysis of the data for the six-county Bay Area shows that Alameda and San Francisco counties trail the state, with 77% of courses taught by teachers qualified to teach the c… → Read More

Structure fire spreads to vegetation in Alamo, damages home

A fire damaged at least one home, and spread to nearby vegetation in Alamo on Saturday afternoon. → Read More

Reported shooting on BART injures one, delays BART service

A shooting on BART disrupted service after one victim was hospitalized with minor injuries, and the suspect escaped. → Read More

Several blazes this week mark smoldering start of fire season in the Bay Area

There are three active fires in the Bay Area that Cal Fire is battling, after hundreds of acres have burned this week. → Read More