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Featured Stories

Lauderbach Elementary School welcomes back stud...

Roundtable: San Diego Public Schools Reopen

April 16
By Bennett Lacy

The San Diego Unified School District begins its return to in-person instruction, police reform is part of Mayor Todd Gloria's Black empowerment plan, and pushback to an inewsource investigation into complaints about a local COVID-19 shelter.

Coronavirus FAQ: You're Vaccinated. Cool! Now About Those 'Breakthrough' Infections...

April 16
Sheila Mulrooney Eldred / NPR

No vaccine is 100% effective. Though so-called "breakthrough" COVID cases are rare, the virus is circulating widely. What's a vaccinated person to do? And ... not do?

Antibody Drugs For COVID-19 Are A Cumbersome Tool Against Surges

April 16
Richard Harris / NPR

Drugs that can help keep COVID-19 patients out of the hospital are playing only a small role in Michigan, where the pandemic is accelerating. Logistical challenges are to blame.

Biden Administration To Spend $1.7 Billion To Track Spread Of Coronavirus Variants

April 16
Rob Stein / NPR

With a more contagious variant now dominant in the U.S., the country's genomic surveillance capacity is getting a major boost.

Dispatches From Quarantine: How Young People Are Documenting History

April 16
Farah Eltohamy / NPR

Enticed by what young adults had to share about the pandemic, historian Alexandra Zapruder set out to document history through an online gallery called Dispatches from Quarantine.

Tease photo for Young People Head To National City Va...

Young People Head To National City Vaccine Clinic On First Day Of Eligibility

April 15
By Alexandra Rangel

With COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expanding in California to all people 16 years of age and older, Thursday’s vaccine clinic at the National City Library was filled with young people wanting to get their shots.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Coronavirus FAQ: You're Vaccinated. Cool! Now About Those 'Breakthrough' Infections...

Coronavirus Vaccine FAQs: What's Up With Side Effects? Should You Still Double Mask?

FAQ: What Is A Vaccine 'Passport,' And What Are These Credentials Used For?

Coronavirus FAQs: What Should I Do With My Vaccine Card? Is Choir Practice OK Now?

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