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5242013 By Mina Kim KQED. Guy Marzorati KQED Just over three thousand inmates have gotten their first dose of the vaccine so far but it still takes a few weeks for it to take effect.

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A new study from the University of Southern California has found that the areas long history with fossil fuel extraction has health impacts for residents.

Kqed health reporter. The document has moved here. Marco Siler-Gonzales KQED COVID-19 has spread like wildfire through Californias prisons and jails. She specializes in covering altered states of mind from postpartum depression to methamphetamine-induced psychosis to the insanity defense.

She covers health policy and public health and has reported extensively on the economics of healthcare the roll-out. Nov 2013 Present 6 years 11 months. Her work is regularly rebroadcast on numerous NPR and PBS shows.

Kerry Klein KVPR Governor Newsom has struck a deal with lawmakers and hopes to sign the plan into law next week. Farida Jhabvala Romero KQED People with underlying health conditions were originally set to get vaccinated after most essential workers. The Society of Professional Journalists have recognized her reporting.

April Dembosky KQED The survey from Blue Shield of California was conducted in early October and found that when it came to education nearly half of the parents were most concerned about COVID-19 health risks followed by helping their child with remote learning and their childs mental health. He is considering whether to buy insurance on the health care marketplace if he doesnt have. Marco Siler Gonzales KQED Ten Percent of States Vaccine Supply is Called Into Question State health officials are recommending a pause.

Californias health agencies offer information about COVID-19 in many languages including Spanish Hmong and American Sign Language. David Kim brother of KQED health reporter Mina Kim is 29-years-old and uninsured. Lesley McClurg is a health reporter and fill-in host.

Health care workers are treating more COVID19 patients than ever in this pandemic and hospitalizations from the virus are mounting more pressure on an already strained health care system. Deep Look also bids a fond farewell to Lauren Sommer previous host and environment reporter at KQED who has moved on to cover climate change for NPRs Science Desk. Jennifer Mullin Copywriter and Editor.

Health Advocates Law PLLC Marijuana 101. Marco Siler Gonzales KQED State health officials are recommending a pause in using one batch of the. Health experts fear the worst is yet to comeReporter.

Chloe Veltman covers arts culture and other topics for KQED. County residents live less than a mile from an active drilling site. Raquel Maria Dillon got her start as a health reporter for KQED in 2000.

Health Reporter KQED public radio. April Dembosky is the health correspondent for KQED News and a regular contributor to NPR. Tech Reporter Financial Times of London.

She spent the bulk of her career as a news reporter and video journalist for the Associated Press where she covered wildfires mudslides drought political campaigns and breaking news across the Western US. 592019 April Dembosky is the health reporter for The California Report and KQED News. Jan 2011 Oct 2013 2 years 10 months.

But one language thats largely been missing is Punjabi. Michelle Wiley KQED The Los Angeles Police Department says it needs nearly 70 million to address problems that contributed to its. She has won several regional Emmy awards and a national Edward R.

3102020 Deep Look KQEDs award-winning YouTube science and nature series welcomes Laura Klivans a KQED science and health reporter as its new host. Madi Bolaos Valley Public Radio California lawmakers have introduced a new bill calling on the state to declare racism a public health crisis. Vinnee Tong is the managing editor of news at KQED.

Marisa Lagos KQED Los Angeles is home to the largest urban oil field in the country and about a third of LA. Shes also reported for the award-winning docu. The bill is big on goals but short on details at the moment.

Molly Peterson KQED health reporter The state has vaccinated more than 8000 people incarcerated in state prisons but its unclear if any ICE detainees have been vaccinated yet. April Dembosky KQED Health Correspondent.

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