New CDC data shows exactly where San Diego County stands nationally with its COVID-19 numbers, but the results are more complicated to interpret than you might think.
Imperial County officials say they’re working with an inadequate supply of COVID-19 vaccines as they administer early doses to residents in one of California’s hardest-hit regions.
Panelists talked about how the pandemic has disproportionately impacted the Latino community and how you can be prepared for the year ahead.
Last year was full of lessons, especially for emergency workers forced to confront every local disaster through the lens of COVID-19.
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inewsource on The Four | Jan. 19, 2020
On Thursday, Jan. 14, inewsource hosted our first event of the year: a virtual webinar to help community members navigate the year ahead with COVID-19.
Thousands of San Diegans have lost somebody they love to COVID-19 this year, a reality that stings even more amid an unusual holiday season.
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