California announced its plan to expand vaccine prioritization Friday. Starting March 15, people between 16 and 64 years old at high risk of COVID-19 complications may be eligible to receive vaccinations, according to the state’s public health department.
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This post was updated Feb. 15 at 09:14 p.m.
People between 16 and 64 years of age at high risk of severe complications due to COVID-19 may be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine beginning March 15, the California Department of Public Health announced in a statement Friday.
The University of California would receive a $383.8 million budget increase under Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed state budget released Friday – with the expectation that the UC does not increase in-state tuition.
Emergency physician Kimon Ioannides won’t hold a party with his colleagues despite receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
Although COVID-19 vaccines arrived at UCLA Health, some health care workers at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, like Ioannides, remain cautious.
This post was updated on Jan. 10 at 4:55 p.m.
Southern California will remain in the state’s regional stay-at-home order for the time being because of low ICU capacity in the region, a state health official announced Tuesday.
Some students are concerned about how their peers are handling the COVID-19 pandemic and think UCLA could do more to enforce COVID-19 guidelines.
UCLA’s outline of student conduct and policies for COVID-19 gives regulations for large gatherings, and states that students can face academic consequences or exclusion from UCLA housing for violating UCLA’s policies.
This post was updated Dec. 6 at 8:38 p.m.
Southern California will enter the state’s regional stay-at-home order Sunday evening because of dropping intensive care unit capacity and rising COVID-19-related hospitalizations.
Southern California may go into a three-week stay-at-home order as early as next week to stop the spread of COVID-19 if its intensive care unit capacity drops below 15%, Gov.
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