Posts by Celeste Ramos:
U.S. Surgeon General says Kern is ‘over the hump’ of the COVID-19 pandemic, anticipates a vaccine by end of year
Kern County and the United States as a whole is beginning to see a decrease in COVID-19 cases and deaths, the U.S
The Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative (CVIIC) continues their venture in community outreach and education during COVID-19.
In the Zepeda Rivas, et al. V. Jennings, et al. case, evidence showed that GeoGroup (GEO) did not intend or adhere to testing detainees and staff at the Mesa Verde ICE processing facility.
Nearly all of Kern’s skilled nursing facilities have reported COVID-19 cases among residents and health care workers, according to the California Department of Public Health.
The number of homeless students in Kern is expected to increase due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Kern County Superintendent of Schools.
Have face coverings in Kern become a thing of the past? Health experts say masks can help flatten the curve
Delia Ramos works as a rehabilitation aide/tech in Fresno County. She works eight-hour shifts and wear personal protective equipment the entire time.
The idea to defund the police has spread across the nation after the death of George Floyd, and many elected officials have weighed in on the idea.
Bakersfield College professors discuss the transition to online learning, how they plan to help students
As Bakersfield College continues with both online and in-person classes this Fall, students are wondering what to expect when attending college during a pandemic.
Ralene Oros was told in March her job as a cashier at a yogurt shop would only temporarily be cut during the pandemic, but three and a half months later, she remains jobless and unsure when she will have a steady income again.