California parents knowingly sent child to school with COVID

Northern California parents knowingly sent their COVID-19 positive child and a sibling to school last month in violation of isolation and quarantine rules, causing a coronavirus outbreak in an elementary school, officials said Saturday.

California COVID: Good case numbers but surge threat remains

 California now has one of the lowest coronavirus infection rates in the country, with 1.9% of people testing positive for the disease in the last week as the nation’s most populous state has so far avoided the uptick feared heading into the end-of-year holidays.

California issues new guidelines on who can get booster shots

California told health care providers to not turn anyone away even if they don’t meet the CDC’s criteria as long as it has been at least six months since their second Pfizer or Moderna shot or two months since their single Johnson & Johnson shot.