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California's governor says it's time to start living with COVID-19

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California's mask mandate expires next week for vaccinated residents

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Staffing crisis is slamming California hospitals

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The Anger Toward Unvaccinated People Is Personal For Some Who Got Breakthrough COVID

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In California, Most Pandemic Restrictions Are Lifted As The State Reopens

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Comparing The COVID-19 Vaccination Process Of California To Florida's

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Californians Taking Advantage Of Vaccine Rules For Parents With Disabled Kids

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In Los Angeles County, Nearly 10 People Die Of COVID-19 Each Hour

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Hospital workers move a patient into the prone (face down) position, which can help increase the lung capacity of some COVID-19 patients. The medical team was photographed Nov. 19 at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Los Angeles. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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'It's So Much Worse Than Before.' Dread And Despair Haunt Nurses Inside LA's ICUs

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ICU Workers Are Quitting Due To Crushing Stress From COVID-19 Surge

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How Different States Will Approach COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

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Employees Who Work At Multiple Nursing Homes May Have Helped Spread The Coronavirus

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People wait for a bus in August in East Los Angeles. Latinos have the highest rate of labor force participation of any group in California — many in public-facing jobs deemed essential. That work has put them at higher risk of catching the coronavirus. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Latinos Report Financial Strain As Pandemic Erodes Income And Savings

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How The Pandemic Has Affected The Latino Community In L.A.

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Amber England, who led the successful campaign for a ballot initiative to give 200,000 more Oklahomans health coverage, talked with supporters online this week. Voters narrowly approved the Medicaid expansion measure Tuesday, despite opposition by the state's governor and legislature. Sue Ogrocki/AP hide caption

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