California lawmakers released a plan Thursday that would allow schools in counties with more relaxed COVID-19 restrictions to reopen for in-person learning for younger students as well as give school teachers and staff higher vaccine priority.
Story by Kris Hooks.
(Photo: In this July 13, 2020, file photo, a gate is locked at the closed Ranchito Elementary School in the San Fernando Valley section of Los Angeles. - Richard Vogel, File / AP file
COVID testing in California dropped by over 30% in recent weeks. Plus, the number of positive cases has steadily declined since the surge over the holidays, and positive rates are also way down. All good signs.
Story by Scott Rodd.