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A group of mules lined up and reined together gallop down a commercial street. Spectators watch on the sides of the road and a mountain landscape fills the background.
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Y luego hubo dos: Inyo y Merced atrapados en el nivel más estricto

Al no poder cumplir con los criterios estatales de infección por COVID-19, los condados de Merced e Inyo aún no pueden reabrir la mayoría de las empresas. El estatus de los condados amenaza un gran evento del Día de los Caídos en Bishop, por lo que la ciudad ha pedido al estado que reconsidere los requisitos de su condado rural.
A group of mules lined up and reined together gallop down a commercial street. Spectators watch on the sides of the road and a mountain landscape fills the background.
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And Then There Were Two: Inyo and Merced Stuck in Strictest Tier

Unable to meet state COVID-19 infection criteria, Merced and Inyo counties still can’t reopen most businesses. The status threatens a big Memorial Day event in Bishop, so the town has asked the state to reconsider its rural county requirements.
Mauricio Chavez of Hollister gets a COVID-19 vaccine at Monterey Mushrooms in Morgan Hill on Feb. 28, 2021. He works at a neighboring mushroom farm.
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Ansiosos por vacunarse, los trabajadores agrícolas de California enfrentan obstáculos

Aproximadamente 73% de los trabajadores agrícolas dijeron que recibirían la vacuna contra el COVID-19 lo antes posible, pero las clínicas de vacunación en los lugares de trabajo agrícolas aún son poco frecuentes y dependen de un suministro escaso.
Mauricio Chavez of Hollister gets a COVID-19 vaccine at Monterey Mushrooms in Morgan Hill on Feb. 28, 2021. He works at a neighboring mushroom farm.
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Eager to Be Vaccinated, California Farmworkers Face Obstacles

About 73% of farmworkers said they would get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible, but vaccination clinics at farm worksites are still infrequent and reliant on scarce supply.
Protesters stand outside Otay Mesa Detention Center during a "Vigil for Carlos" rally on May 9, 2020 in Otay Mesa, California.
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Los centros de detención de inmigrantes muestran el caos de las vacunas en California

¿Quién asume la responsabilidad de vacunar a los detenidos? “No lo sé”, dijo el cirujano general de California. Frente a tal confusión, algunos funcionarios del condado están enviando dosis a los centros de detención de inmigrantes, mientras que otros esperan orientación estatal.
Protesters stand outside Otay Mesa Detention Center during a "Vigil for Carlos" rally on May 9, 2020 in Otay Mesa, California.
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Immigration Detention Centers Showcase California’s Vaccine Chaos

Who takes responsibility for vaccinating detainees? “I don’t know,” said California’s surgeon general. Facing such confusion, some county officials are sending doses to immigrant detention centers, while others are awaiting state guidance.
Patients and hospital staff wear masks outside of Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center on Feb. 12, 2021.
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State Fines Kaiser $499K for COVID Worker Safety Violations

Kaiser Permanente has been cited more than any other California health system for violations of worker safety during the pandemic.
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¿Aún más contagioso? Esto es lo que necesita saber sobre el virus mutante ahora en California

La nueva variante hasta ahora ha sido detectada en cuatro personas en el Estado Dorado, luego de su descubrimiento inicial en los Estados Unidos en un Guardia Nacional de Colorado.
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Even More Contagious? Here’s What You Need to Know About the Mutating Virus Now in California

The new variant so far has been detected in six people in the Golden State, after its initial discovery in the U.S. in a Colorado National Guardsman.
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