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COVID – Delta Variant on Rise Throughout Black Community Written by Danny J. Bakewell, Jr.
Price, Ridley-Thomas, and Harris-Dawson lead charge to protect Blacks from menthol flavored tobacco Written by LAWT News Service
Infectious COVID ‘Delta’ Variant Prompts Continued Call For Indoor Precautions Written by City News Service
As California Opens Up, Black Pastors, Community Orgs Urge More Testing Written by Manny Otiko
A year of COVID-19 brought record consumer debt and ­collection complaints; 70 million consumers contacted by at least one debt collector Written by Charlene Crowell
Will We Ever Learn to Live with Germs Again? Written by Stacy M. Brown
As Vaccination Pace Slows, LA County Projection for 80% Vax Rate Pushed Back Written by City News Service
UCLA Releases Model to Guide Which Areas Should Be Given Vaccine Priority Written by City News Service
California Prepares to Fully Reopen with No Restrictions; On June 15, the state will fully open with no restrictions but vaccinations are still low among young adults. Written by Brian W. Carter
Public Health Says Wearing Masks Remains Important; Masks mandates may change on June 15 but until then, they are strongly suggested. Written by Brian W. Carter
FAQ: What You Need To Know About Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine and Adolescents 12 to 15 Written by Dr. Jerry P. Abraham
Yellow Tier Restrictions Allow Angelenos More Freedom, Vaccination Disparities Continue; As L.A. County enjoys getting back to outdoor ­activities, many still haven’t received a vaccine. Written by Brian W. Carter
STATE OFFICALS, BUSINESS LEADERS AND COMMUNITY ADVOCATES OFFER OPPORTUNITY TO ENGAGE WITH MEDIA ON COVID-19 UPDATES, NEW GUIDELINES; Aims to provide truthful and trustworthy information to Black and African American communities Written by LAWT News Service
The National Ban on Newport, Kool and Other Menthol “Squares” Has Political Roots in California Written by Antonio Ray Harvey
CDPH Issues Statement on Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine Written by LAWT News Service
St. Francis Medical Center COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic; More than 1,200 people from impacted community receive first dose Written by LAWT News Service
Mothers In Action, LA Urban League, Brotherhood Crusade, and FEMA Surpass 10,000 Vaccinations Along Crenshaw Corridor Written by Danny J. Bakewell, Jr.
LA County Hits 4 Million Mark in COVID Vaccine Doses as Eligibility Expands Written by City News Service
3 Million People Can Benefit; American Rescue Plan Provides Big Savings if You Have Covered California Health Plans Written by LAWT News Service
Congress Members Urge Vaccination During Black Press Week Written by Stacy M. Brown
Leadership, Family, and Lessons Learned:Four Generations of Women Navigate the Pandemic Together Written by LAWT News Service
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Decrease as Vaccinations Increase Written by Bertram Keller
L.A. Music Performer Reflects on California’s Plan to Re-open; Local Theme Parks and Stadiums Looking to Open April 1st Written by Betti Halsell
L.A. County Vaccinations Continue Despite Shortage, Governor Newsom Opens Extra Sites; The past week brought delays but vaccinations continue and new vaccination sites for at-risk communities in Central Valley open. Written by Brian W. Carter
President Biden Taps Meharry Medical College President for COVID Task Force Written by Stacy M. Brown
FIRST RESPONDERS ENCOURAGE VACCINATIONS IN BLACK COMMUNITY Written by Bertram Keller
L.A. Vaccination Sites to Close Friday, Saturday Due To Exhausted Supply Written by City News Service
Compton School District, Health Group Partner for Mass Vaccination Sites Written by City News Service
As Businesses Reopen, LACo Eateries Likely Facing Tougher Health Restrictions Written by City News Service
California Surgeon Gen. Embraces Idea of NBA Partnership for Vaccination Outreach Written by Antonio Ray Harvey