After being virtual for almost a year and a half, Delano schools opened their schools back up on August 10; within the first week, students were already being tested to see if they were positive for COVID-19.
By Tina Rosales, housing advocate at Western Center on Law & Poverty, Ethnic Media Services
Imagine coming home one day to find a notice on your door stating in bold letters:
TO ALL TENANT(S) AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN POSSESSION: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED…there is now due and unpaid rent for said premises.
The spread of COVID-19 in Kern County is increasing and will likely spread “exponentially,” according to the California Department of Public Health, if we don’t act now.
When my parents immigrated from Mexico to the United States, the possibilities of settling at one specific location were endless.
News about India’s current COVID-19 surge and emergency need for medical supply should serve as a reminder to how privileged our own community is to have vaccines readily available.