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The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated job displacement and unemployment trends in California — precipitated by advancements in technology and …

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As more Americans every day are inoculated, a tiny but growing number are contending with the disturbing experience of getting covid despite having had one shot, or even two. In data released Thursday, the CDC reported that at least 5,800 people had fallen ill or tested positive for the coronavirus two weeks or more after they completed both doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine.

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Kurt Hixenbaugh, 49, who owns Vino et Amicis in Old Town Orcutt, was charged with two counts of violating the state's stay-at-home emergency health order and two counts of violating the county health officer's order on Dec. 11, 2020, and Jan. 21, 2021, according to the complaint filed March 26.

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In the early weeks of 2021, Californians are staying home way more than we did in our pre-pandemic life. Even so, we’re heading out to shop, dine and work far more now than in March 2020, when state officials issued the first sweeping stay-at-home order, or the dark period that followed the winter holidays, when we hunkered down as covid-19 caseloads exploded.

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With more than 520,000 in the nation lost to the coronavirus, the United States has millions of people whose grief is compounded because families — which, in her case, includes her daughter's fiancé and two young children — have been unable to publicly celebrate the lost lives with in-person memorials.