The Johnson & Johnson pause threatens to exacerbate vaccination hesitancy.
Dr. Rochelle Walensky’s comments underscore how ethnicity and economic inequity place heavy thumbs on the scale of health outcomes.
Kids are more susceptible to new coronavirus strains, leading some experts to rethink their stance on reopening classrooms.
It could be a case of California vs. Californians, as policy and politics clash with the latest medical information and suggested guidance.
LAUSD survey data shows most families prefer online instruction for the remainder of the school year.
A look at how L.A.’s top universities treated their students, campus workers and professional staff during the pandemic.
Los Angeles County’s reopening leads to anxiety for workers, families and advocates — and to hope, too.
America’s governors and mayors are loosening safety restrictions, while a pandemic weary populace behaves as if the crisis is over.
New legislation requiring paid time off for COVID-related issues excludes businesses with 25 employees or less.
Some public health experts warn the state is loosening restrictions too soon, and fear a new surge.
Governor Newsom asked a major campaign donor to manage his state’s vaccine distribution. But Blue Shield has met with pushback.
MIS-C disproportionately affects children of color.
Key takeaways about the roles of power, money and race in shaping America’s response to the pandemic.
Local rates of infection have driven most school districts’ decisions on whether to reopen, and families’ decisions on whether to attend.
HVAC standards are the elephant in the living room of debates over reopening classrooms. Many schools can’t afford needed upgrades.
Speed bumps on the path to mass immunity.
During the pandemic, legal safeguards were created to help unemployed renters. But some families can still fall through the cracks.
Experts describe the winter surge as a “perfect storm” driven in part by poor planning, staffing woes and a tardy governmental response.
New collaborations with community organizations may produce innovative solutions that could make the pandemic recovery more equitable.
Pro bono law firms say L.A. court system prioritizes nonessential operations over community safety.