Kern County and the United States as a whole is beginning to see a decrease in COVID-19 cases and deaths, the U.S
Phoebe Nguyen’s senior year of high school has already proven to be busy. She is not only juggling her new busy school schedule with distance learning, but she has also been putting in tremendous effort to spark change in her community.
Immigrant rights advocates said more than 50 percent of the immigrants detained at Mesa Verde Detention facility tested positive for COVID-19.
Kern County is partaking in California’s a new vote-by-mail tracking system for the Nov. 3 election.
After repeated requests for more detailed data regarding Kern’s COVID-19 deaths, the Kern County Public Health Department said Thursday is working with county counsel and a statistician to find ways to release additional data.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the nation, health professionals have been worried about a number of resources to fight the virus.