California data shows that number of people dying from COVID-19— and the demographics of those falling victim — has shifted notably from the first two years.
Tens of thousands of COVID-19 booster doses are arriving in Oregon this week as state health officials, pharmacies and providers plan vaccine clinics and schedule shots.
Native Americans have been disproportionately affected by long COVID and have lower vaccination rates than the state average — while the state is severely undercounting cases, researchers say.
Shots could begin next week if the FDA authorizes the vaccines and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends them as well.
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A state employee sued the Department of Administrative Services after it inadvertently released the vaccination status of more than 40,000 state employees.
Just 27% of children ages 5 to 11 have received at least one dose of the COVID vaccine, and 18% have received two.