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Featured Stories

Tristan McCoy, right, sits next to his son, Mas...

San Diego Teacher Gives Glimpse Into Teaching Virtually

April 8
By Brooke Ruth

To get a glimpse of what teaching students online has been like, we asked a Rancho Bernardo high school teacher to record an audio diary for a week.

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

April 8
Laurel Wamsley / NPR

These digital credentials could return us to normal life more quickly, but they have stirred controversy in some quarters.

Mass Vaccination Site In Colorado Temporarily Closed After 11 Become Sick

April 8
Jaclyn Diaz / NPR

At least 11 people who received a Johnson & Johnson coronavirus shot at Dick's Sporting Goods Park came down with nausea and dizziness minutes after their jabs.

UCSD volunteers administer COVID-19 vaccines at...

Community Fair Helps San Diegans Get A Shot In The Arm

April 7
By Melissa Mae

On the first Wednesday of the month, the Community Health & Resource Fair takes place at the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA. The fair has now started administering COVID-19 vaccines to the state’s hardest-hit communities.

Restaurant workers in Old Town San Diego wear f...

County Moves To Orange Tier; 328 New COVID-19 Cases, 3 Deaths Confirmed

April 7
By City News Service

The county was able to move to the orange tier because the state administered 4 million vaccinations in low-income communities hardest hit by the pandemic.

A sign on UC San Diego campus directs visitors ...

UC San Diego Announces Plans To Resume At Near Full Capacity This Fall

April 7
By City News Service

UC San Diego announced Wednesday that it plans to have the campus operating at nearly full capacity this fall, citing positive trends regarding vaccinations and the school's "Return To Learn" COVID-19 response.

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