“Protect the ones you love”: AOUON reveals new mural

April 8, 2022 / By

On Wednesday afternoon, All of Us or None (AOUON) unveiled their mural outside the Kentucky Street post office.

YOUTH PERSPECTIVE: Jocelyn Sandusky weighs in on CSUB’S vaccine exemption rule

April 7, 2022 / By
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In June 2021, the California State University system announced that students, staff, and faculty would have to be vaccinated against COVID-19 if they wanted to return to campus; however, there are exemptions for those with medical and religious reasons.

As spring break approaches, here is how you can continue to stay healthy

April 2, 2022 / By

Today, the Kern County Public Health Services Department added 13 new deaths to the COVID-19 dashboard, bringing the total amount of COVID related deaths in Kern County to 2,294.

California sends 14.3 million COVID-19 tests to schools as students, staff return from Spring Break

March 26, 2022 / By

As part of Governor Newsom’s SMARTER Plan, the state’s stockpile of COVID-19 tests was deployed to prepare for students and staff returning to school after Spring Break.  

Five free vaccine clinics you can attend this week in Kern County

March 21, 2022 / By
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During the Friday vaccination clinic at the Mercado Latino, the first 200 people to receive their vaccine will be given a $50 gift card.

Pfizer discusses the possibility of an additional COVID-19 vaccine dose

March 18, 2022 / By

Pfizer is currently working on getting a fourth dose approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA); additionally, the company is working on a vaccine that protects against all coronavirus variants.