Issues with death certification have led to unreliable mortality data, leaving families, vulnerable communities and epidemiologists in the dark.
With a full reopening less than a month away, 60% of the state’s Latino population remains unvaccinated.
How the pandemic brought festering problems into a new light.
Can California dodge the latest surge?
California workers say McDonald’s and other fast food chains repeatedly disregarded pandemic safety precautions.
Critics accuse the medical provider of not matching the level of its treatment of mental illnesses with that of its care for physical health.
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The Farm Workforce Modernization Act would likely lead to enormous increases in the number of workers brought to the U.S. by growers.
It’s been a particularly brutal few days for America’s COVID-19 vaccination campaign, most recently due to the Johnson & Johnson rollout.
Some workers fear revealing their undocumented status at vaccination sites. It takes the spread of only a few stories to stoke those fears.
A first look at a new law meant to give laid-off hotel and other hospitality workers a shot at jobs lost during the COVID crisis.
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.