The Governor announced new efforts to vaccinate California’s hard-to-reach communities, address vaccine hesitancy and drive innovative efforts in the communities hardest hit by the pandemic.
L.A. County is poised to move into Tier 4 of the state’s Blueprint, with COVID-19 metrics continuing to fall.
Governor Newsom signed Assembly Bill No. 80, which specifies that Paycheck Protection Program loans businesses received from the federal government not be counted as taxable income.
This revised All Plan Letter provides Medi-Cal Managed Care Plans with information regarding COVID-19 vaccine coverage and administration.
California lawmakers proposing changes in the state’s insurance laws face their first significant hurdles in the next two weeks.
The County continued to experience declines in COVID-19 cases, with new cases down 98% from the peak of the surge, deaths down 97% and hospitalizations down 94%.
The state has reached an agreement with Alameda and Contra Costa counties to continue operating the Oakland Coliseum Mass Vaccination Site for the next four weeks. The site is expected to deliver 6,000 vaccines per day.
L.A. County remains in Tier 3 of the State’s Blueprint.