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As Vaccinations Begin in California, a Second COVID Vaccine Is Released Written by Quinci LeGardye
Push is On to Increase African American’s Confidence in COVID Vaccine Written by Stacy M. Brown
Representative Karen Bass Holds Town Hall Meeting for COVID-19 Relief Package Written by Bertram Keller
COVID-19 Continues to Affect Black Community at All Time High; CDC report links racism as culprit. Written by Kimberlee Buck Hayes
COVID-19 Surge Concerns L.A. County Health Officials and Warns Public to Follow Restrictions; The latest surge is bigger than the last and public officials warn it could get worse if the public doesn’t do its part in fighting COVID-19. Written by Brian W. Carter
National Urban League and the Black Coalition Against COVID-19 Team Up with HBCU Medical Professionals; Discuss Vaccines and the Pandemic’s Next Wave Written by Saybin Roberson
Health Officials: LA County Facing ‘Most Dangerous Moments’ of Pandemic Written by City News Service
Covered California Kicks Off Open Enrollment, Reflects on First Launch at Los Angeles Union Station Written by Betti Halsell
In light of pandemic, flu vaccinations more important than ever for people at highest risk; American Heart Association provides resources to help keep people flu free Written by NNPA Newswire
New Study Suggests COVID Patients More Susceptible to Mental Illness Written by Stacy M. Brown
Local Physician Hosting Free ‘Drive Thru’ Flu Shot Clinic to Reduce Seasonal Flu Symptoms Written by LAWT News Service
Blue Shield of California Promise Health Plan Provides Nearly $1 Million Investment to Support Los Angeles County Youth Mental Health and Well-being; Funds to support innovative programs by ScaleLA Foundation, Center for Youth Wellness to produce ­initiat Written by LAWT News Service
ELECTION 2020: For Millions of Americans, the Future of Health Care is What’s on the Ballot Written by Stacy M. Brown
Congresswomen Maxine Waters and Karen Bass Applaud Black Women Physicians Written by LAWT News Service
Pink Peppermint Project Hosts Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Event; An exciting day of wellness, self-healing, and education. Written by Kimberlee Buck Hayes
Report: Critical Change Made in Dealing with Mentally Ill Offenders Written by City News Service
Ballmer Group Donates $240K to Shared Harvest; myCovidMD in the Fight for Our Lives for L.A.’s Marginalized Communities Written by LAWT News Service
Virus Transmission Up Slightly in L.A. County; Case Numbers Under Close Watch Written by City News Service
Los Angeles County Health Department Disclosed Trends Indicating Significant Decrease in Community Transmission Written by Betti Halsell
Long Beach to Receive $1M Grant for Black Infant Health Campaign Written by City News Service
L.A. County Confirms Good Standing In COVID-19 Metrics with Opening Up Personal Care Facilities; Public Officials Caution to Avoid Gathering During Labor Day Holiday Written by Betti Halsell
State Sen. Holly Mitchell, MLK CEO Joined Cherished Futures for Black Moms & Babies Workshop for Deep Dive Discussion on Birth Inequities in Los Angeles Written by LAWT News Service
Reimage Recovery to Prevent Covid-19 Cases in the Black Community Written by Bertram Keller
First Place for Youth Taking Strides for Foster Care Awareness During COVID-19 Written by Olivia Khoury
Q&A: For Black men, wearing a mask may be a health risk greater than COVID-19; UCLA psychology professor Vickie Mays on how better data could help prevent the virus’s spread Written by UCLA Newsroom
Special Needs Network Goes Virtual for Mental Health Awareness Month; New tele-therapy program offers virtual consultations for the disadvantages Written by LAWT News Service
New Safer at Home Ordered Issued; Director of Public Health Clarifies COVID-19 Recovery Misconceptions Written by Betti Halsell
L.A. City Mayor Confirms L.A. Will Not be on Lockdown for Three More Months Due to COVID-19 Written by Betti Halsell
L.A. County Takes Steps Toward Recovery; Officials List Businesses Opening Friday Written by Betti Halsell
L.A. County Leadership say that “Testing Accessibility” is their Biggest Defense against Disproportionate COVID-19 Death Rate bamong African Americans Written by Betti Halsell