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March 2021: Coronavirus Blog Archive

March 31
By KPBS News

This is the March 2021 archive of breaking news about the coronavirus pandemic.

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Midday Edition Special: Confronting Extremism Among America's Veterans

March 1
By KPBS News

On Monday, a special program on KPBS Midday Edition explores disturbing links between violent extremism and America's Veterans.

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February 2021: Coronavirus Blog Archive

Feb. 28
By KPBS News

This is the February 2021 archive of breaking news about the coronavirus pandemic.

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Santee Brush Fire Spread Halted, Evacuation Notice Lifted

Dec. 16, 2020
By KPBS News

An evacuation notice was issued in Santee due to a brush fire named the Chaparral Fire. Firefighters have halted the spread of the fire.

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How Has The Pandemic Affected Your Mental Health?

Dec. 11, 2020
By KPBS News

We will be interviewing a variety of mental health experts about the impacts of the pandemic on mental health and ways to mitigate those impacts. Do you have a question about a mental health issue for our guests?

Christa Jones, a nurse in the Sharp Grossmont H...

How Much Did You Pay For COVID-19 Treatment?

Dec. 11, 2020
By KPBS News

inewsource and KPBS are partnering up to uncover the cost of COVID-19.

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YMCA Shares 'Holiday Joy' With San Diego Military Families

Dec. 9, 2020
By KPBS News

Toys and bicycles were distributed to 1,000 families at "Operation Holiday Joy."

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How Are You Celebrating Thanksgiving This Year?

Nov. 16, 2020
By KPBS News

Public health officials urge against the type of gatherings we're used to, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't still mark the occasion. We want to know what that looks like for you.

The first patient enrolled in Pfizer's COVID-19...

Are You Part Of A COVID-19 Trial In San Diego?

Oct. 30, 2020
By KPBS News

Did you enroll in a trial? For a vaccine? For a treatment? KPBS may contact you for a story.

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San Diego Mayoral Candidates Discuss The Issues In KPBS-UC San Diego Forum

Oct. 8, 2020
By KPBS News

The goal of the forum was to help voters understand who the candidates for San Diego mayor are, what they stand for and who best represents their interests and the interests of all San Diegans.

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