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Latest COVID-19 Vaccine Stories

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Uptick In COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations Likely Due To Delta Variant

July 19
By Matt Hoffman

Health officials are beginning to notice cases of COVID-19 slightly rising, a trend that is likely due to the Delta variant, which is now the dominant strain in California.

In this July 1, 2021, file photo visitors wear ...

San Diego Infectious Disease Expert Advises Indoor Mask Wearing, Even If You're Vaccinated

July 16
By John Carroll

L.A. County has reinstated indoor mask mandates for everyone, including vaccinated people. A San Diego infectious disease expert advises everyone he knows to wear masks indoors too.

Chris Van Gorder, Scripps Health CEO, inoculate...

San Diego County Coronavirus Cases Cross 200 For Seventh Consecutive Day

July 14
By City News Service

The number of new COVID-19 cases continued to increase, with more than 200 infections reported for the seventh consecutive day, San Diego County public health officials announced Wednesday.

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California Changes Course On Schools Enforcing Mask Mandate

July 13
Adam Beam / Associated Press

California public health officials say they will let local school districts decide how to enforce new mask rules. California is still requiring all students and staff to wear masks while indoors at school even if they are fully vaccinated.

A student at Joseph Casillas Elementary School ...

California's Mask Rule For Schools Prompts Controversy

July 12
Adam Beam / Associated Press

California's new coronavirus rules for public schools eliminate physical distancing and make sure students won't miss class time even if they are exposed to someone with the virus. But the state says it will still require masks indoors.

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Is Linked To Neurological Disorder In Extremely Rare Cases

July 12
Sharon Pruitt-Young / NPR

Of the more than 12 million people who received the J&J vaccine, around 100 developed Guillain-Barré syndrome, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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County Pleads For Residents To Get Vaccinated As COVID Delta Variant Grows

July 9
By City News Service

San Diego County officials pleaded with those San Diegans who haven't yet received a jab to do so as quickly as possible.

In this March 2021 photo provided by Pfizer, vi...

Pfizer To Seek OK For 3rd Vaccine Dose; Shots Still Protect

July 8
By Associated Press

Pfizer is about to seek U.S. authorization for a third dose of its COVID-19 vaccine, saying Thursday that another shot within 12 months could dramatically boost immunity and maybe help ward off the latest worrisome coronavirus mutant.

Fauci Says Current Vaccines Will Stand Up To The Delta Variant

July 8
Mary Louise Kelly / NPR

All the data so far shows the vaccines are highly effective at preventing serious disease or hospitalization, Dr. Anthony Fauci said. Vaccination is also imperative to preventing mutations, he added.

A nurse preparing the COVID-19 vaccine at San D...

More Than 140,000 San Diegans Overdue For Second COVID-19 Vaccine Doses

July 8
By City News Service

More than 140,000 San Diegans who have received their first dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine are overdue for their second dose, the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency reported Thursday.

Meet Maryland's Secret Weapon In The Battle To Close The Latino Vaccination Gap

July 7
Maria Godoy / NPR

Maryland is among just a handful of states where at least half of the Latino population is vaccinated. Here are the people making a difference.

Juan Felipe Herrera and his former students per...

'Come on Papi, La Vacuna!': A New Arts Campaign Aims to Boost Vaccination Rates in San Joaquin Valley

July 6
Héctor Alejandro Arzate / KQED

"Together, so many years," writes Juan Felipe Herrera, former U.S. poet laureate, in his recent poem "Tantos Años Juntos," created to encourage farmworkers to get vaccinated.

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Holiday Travelers To San Diego Not Deterred By Delta Variant Threat

July 5
By Melissa Mae

The San Diego International Airport saw an increase in travelers over the July Fourth weekend, even with the news that the delta variant of COVID-19 has become the dominant strain in California.

It's A Tricky Balancing Act For Countries Awaiting Vaccine Doses

July 5
Will Stone / NPR

They have to figure out how to distribute the vaccines — and keep their citizens interested in getting their jab — without knowing when supplies will arrive.

As COVID Vaccinations Slow, Parts Of The U.S. Remain Far Behind 70% Goal

July 5
Martha Bebinger / NPR

Vermont and Massachusetts lead the nation, with more than 70% of adults having had at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Southern states like Tennessee lag far behind.