Posts Tagged as "Healthcare"

DATOS MUESTRAN QUE EL COVID-19 GOLPEA MÁS FUERTE A LAS COMUNIDADES RURALES Y LATINAS DE KERN

September 4, 2020 / By
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Aunque ningún código postal o ciudad es inmune a contraer el virus el COVID-19, las comunidades rurales en el condado de Kern que son predominantemente hispanas o latinas son las más afectadas, según datos de salud pública.

COVID-19 hits Kern’s rural, Latino communities the hardest, data shows

September 2, 2020 / By
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Although no zip code or city is immune from contracting the COVID-19 virus, rural communities in Kern County that are predominantly Hispanic or Latino are being hit the hardest, according to public health data.

COVID-19 farmworker study seeks to find solutions to workers’ elevated vulnerability for contracting virus

July 30, 2020 / By
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Agricultural workers have an elevated vulnerability for contracting COVID-19, according to a statewide survey on farmworkers’ worksite conditions during the pandemic.

‘¡Salud! Yes, Please!’ Documentary Brings Light to Stories and Struggles of Healthcare

June 29, 2017 / By
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By Randy Villegas

Residents of Kern County packed a theater room at Maya Cinemas last Thursday to watch “¡Salud!

State-Funded Medi-Cal: “A Godsend” for Eligible DACA Recipients

February 4, 2014 / By
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Pictured above: Daniel Jimenez

By Nancy Lopez for South Kern Sol

Bakersfield, Calif. – Daniel Jimenez, a 22-year-old Cal State Bakersfield student, has been depending on medicine that his aunt brings from Mexico.