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1 COVID cases are way down in LA. But does public health director Barbara Ferrer expect another wave?
2 LA Is 'Very Close' To Moving Into Next Reopening Phase, Health Official Says
3 Officials say secondary schools and indoor dining could open this month
4 Los Angeles County health director: COVID-19 pandemic in home stretch, but not over
5 Here’s what can reopen when L.A. County moves into the less restrictive red tier
6 New York coronavirus variant identified in Southern California, Gov. Newsom says
7 Southern California detects more UK variant and now Brazil mutation
8 Most LA schools still have some steps to follow before reopening
9 LA County public health director disputes Lancaster brewery owner's Super Bowl Sunday claims
10 Health director asks eligible residents to support schoolchildren by getting vaccinated as L.A. moves toward red tier
11 Ferrer Says LA County Could Begin Vaccinating Teachers In Coming Weeks
12 Morning Brief: Vaccine Access, Rain, And Hero Pay
13 Local High Schools Gear Up for Return to Athletic Fields
14 LA County hits record low of positive COVID-19 cases
15 LAUSD elementary schools on-track for reopening
16 LA County prepared to expand vaccinations to teachers, frontline workers
17 Will More LA County Businesses Reopen? Officials To Decide, If Region Moves Out Of Most Restrictive Tier
18 Vaccinations begin for SMMUSD staff and teachers
19 Long Beach is offering vaccines to seniors Thursday until 5 p.m., no appointment needed
20 New COVID-19 vaccine type is on the way, but may not mean people can pick their shot
21 L.A.'s COVID numbers better, but 'terrible milestone' is hit
22 Ferrer: Play It Safe, Stay Home On Super Bowl Sunday
23 LA County launches efforts to address inequities in vaccine distribution
24 Morning Brief: Vaccinating Teachers, Sharing Black Stories, And Examining The Golden Globes
25 LIST: LA County officials say there are "dozens of documents" newly eligible essential workers can show for COVID shots
26 New COVID-19 Cases in Pasadena Remain Low; No Deaths Reported in 3 Days
27 L.A. County elementary schools may be eligible to reopen before vaccines become available for teachers
28 If Johnson & Johnson's COVID vaccine is approved for emergency use, experts say it could make it a lot easier to immunize people
29 Public Health Cautions Against 'Non-Essential' Travel During Spring Break
30 NoHo Private School Teachers Get Vaccine. How'd They Do it?
31 LAUSD has safety measures in place, but much work remains before return to campus
32 Southeast LA communities pushing for more COVID-19 vaccine access as one of the hardest hit areas
33 In California, Caregivers of People With Disabilities Are Being Turned Away at COVID Vaccine Sites
34 For first time in months, LA County is getting close to meeting requirements to exit most restrictive tier
35 Los Angeles County’s leaders are failing us, it’s time to hold them accountable
36 LAIST: LA's COVID-19 Case Numbers Have Dropped 90% Since Height Of Winter Surge
37 Stats needed for LA County elementary schools to reopen are within sight. But it’s no sure thing.
38 Dodger Stadium vaccination site temporarily closing due to lack of doses
39 LA County Reports 1,759 New COVID-19 Cases, 116 deaths
40 A Year Ago Today, L.A. Began Its Battle Against a Strange, New Threat Called the Coronavirus
41 LA County prepares to vaccinate teachers next week
42 California and Coronavirus: What Can Reopen in the Red Tier?
43 Morning Brief: The One-Shot Vaccine, #OscarsSoWhite's Legacy, And School Reopening
44 Disparities persist as US tops 500,000 COVID deaths
45 LA County Moving Closer to Less Restrictive Tier
46 South LA's Struggle To Get Its Fair Share Of The COVID-19 Vaccine
47 COVID-19 vaccine rates in rich L.A. areas double poor areas
48 Caregivers of People With Disabilities Turned Away at COVID Vaccine Sites in California | Healthiest Communities Health News | US News
49 Los Angeles County health officials look to target vulnerable populations for COVID vaccine
50 'Very Possible' That LA County Enters 'Red Tier' Next Week
51 Thursday, March 4, 2021
52 LA County 'Very Close' To Moving To Red Tier As COVID-19 Case Rate Drops
53 More California reopenings on way as virus numbers improve
54 L.A. could soon reopen theaters and indoor dining
55 CSUN vaccination site only offering second doses due to vaccine shortage
56 When Will LA County Open Vaccination to the Homeless?
57 California COVID vaccine rollout worsened by poor planning
58 LA County Remains In Purple Tier As COVID-19 Transmission Decreases
59 LA County Supervisor Lashes Out at Vaccine Line-Jumpers
60 Half Of Los Angeles Covid-19 Samples Analyzed Show Mutant “West Coast Variant,” As Region Runs Out Of First-Dose Vaccine Appointments
61 With coronavirus trending downward, LA County inches to within reach of less-restrictive red tier
62 LA Health Officials Confirm 5 Cases Of More Contagious UK COVID-19 Strain
63 Morning Brief: LAUSD Leadership Says Vaccinating Teachers Will Benefit Entire Communities
64 Even as COVID-19 declines, death rate among Latinos in L.A. County remains triple than that of white residents
65 CDC to OK small, maskless gatherings with 2 COVID vaccines
66 LA County Close to Leaving "Purple Tier"
67 Youngest Kids Could Return To Classrooms With More Staff Vaccinations
68 Race to curb racial inequities in L.A. COVID vaccine rollout
69 LA Health Officials To Super Bowl Fans: Don't Have A Party. Just Don't
70 ‘Play It Safe’: Football Fans Urged To Watch The Super Bowl At Home With Their Immediate Families
71 California debates COVID-19 vaccine priorities
72 LA County Adds 1,869 COVID-19 Cases, 29 Deaths; Low Numbers Attributed To Reporting Delays
73 LA Council Member Wants City To Sue LAUSD To Reopen Campuses
74 Public Health COVID Update | As Transmission Decreases, LA County Remains in Most Restrictive Tier | The South Pasadenan
75 LA County nears grim milestone of approaching 20,000 dead
76 ‘I Felt Very Helpless’: Confusion Over Vaccine Eligibility Continues In LA County
77 Mutant coronavirus variants are a growing threat. Vaccinations, masks are essential
78 Teachers, Food Workers Now Eligible To Get Vaccinated In LA County
79 County, Long Beach very close to meeting COVID-19 metrics for more businesses, schools to reopen
80 Long Beach Schools Push Back Elementary School Reopenings To Late March
81 Californians Taking Advantage Of Vaccine Rules For Parents With Disabled Kids
82 L.A., O.C. counties reopening economies: What to know
83 We might need to keep wearing masks into 2022 to defeat COVID-19
84 California Coronavirus Updates: San Joaquin County Allows Outdoor Sports To Open Up
85 It's very risky for states to ease COVID-19 restrictions now, experts warn
86 L.A. health director nearly breaks down in tears at coronavirus briefing: ‘Deaths are an incalculable loss’
87 Meet Local Hero Nominee: Dr. Barbara Ferrer
88 Protesters Gather At Ferrer’s Home Demanding To ‘Open LA’ One Day Before Stay-At-Home Order Takes Effect
89 Audio: LA County Health Director Says Schools Won’t Reopen Until After November Election
90 Dr. Barbara Ferrer Fights Back Tears While Reporting The Over 8K Deaths In LA County
91 LA, Orange counties expected to move into less restrictive tier allowing more businesses to reopen
92 Dr. Barbara Ferrer responds after dozens protest outside of home of LA County's public health director
93 ‘We did not create this virus’: L.A. County Health Director Barbara Ferrer says she’s been receiving death threats
94 Dr. Barbara Ferrer discusses her biggest concern as COVID-19 pandemic worsens in LA County
95 Amid L.A. COVID surge, Ferrer calls for campus shutdown
96 Why LA County Is Lifting Restrictions Despite Coronavirus Surge
97 Despite COVID-19 Spread, LA County Health Director Is Cautiously Optimistic
98 Did Public Health Chief Barbara Ferrer Fail to Protect L.A.'s Most Vulnerable From COVID-19? ~ L.A. TACO
99 Racism Is The Root Cause Of Health Inequities Between Whites and Blacks, Says L.A. County Director Of Public Health Barbara Ferrer
100 Protesters Gather Again Outside Home of LA County Health Department Director