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A Santa Maria man pleaded guilty Monday to a federal gun charge in connection with a Santa Barbara County arrest in October 2020.
Doctors and nurses are often in the public eye giving COVID-19 vaccines to patients, but they couldn't do the job without the pharmacy employees that have worked behind the scenes in a team effort to ensure there is ample supply.
TRUMP: “We just cracked 10 million tests ... Ten million. ... If you look down here, these are other countries that have not done anywhere near what we’re doing. We’re double. If you add them up and double them, we’ve done more tests. But I can’t get the press to print that, unfortunately.” — remarks Wednesday with governors of Colorado and North Dakota.
In this May 11, 2020, photo, the arch of bridge is lit with blue light as a message of gratitude and support for healthcare and frontline work…
Europe took tentative steps toward loosening the weeks-long shutdowns while the U.S. heartland braces for its spike. Catch up on everything you need to know about the COVID-19 pandemic.
In addition to adapting their courses for online instruction while the university is shut down in response to the coronavirus, Cal Poly College of Engineering professors have refocused the topics on ways to help respond to the pandemic.
The man, who has been named only as Mr. P, was born in 1919 during the Spanish flu pandemic, which is estimated to have killed between 30 million and 50 million people worldwide.
After being alone with his own thoughts for more than 30 years, he's got some insight into the isolation that many of us now face in the weeks and months ahead.