Angelenos will need to make sure they have some kind of inoculation record handy before a night on the town. Here’s where the rules apply.
The share of available intensive care beds has dropped to concerningly low levels in the San Joaquin Valley, prompting state health officials to implement COVID-19 hospital surge protocols to help alleviate the strain on healthcare facilities.
Beginning Friday, L.A. County is requiring face coverings for anyone attending large outdoor events, regardless of vaccination status.
California state officials and private businesses are increasingly prepared to request proof of COVID-19 vaccination as a precondition of both work and play.
California’s rate of daily coronavirus infections underscores the extent to which the pandemic has roared back to life as the ultra-transmissible Delta variant storms across the state.
L.A. County’s latest COVID-19 surge shows signs of leveling off somewhat, after mask mandate returned and vaccine requirements emerged.
The mandate applies to employees in hospitals and skilled nursing facilities, as well as most other healthcare settings, and stipulates that they complete their COVID-19 inoculation regimen by Sept. 30.
L.A. City Council to consider requiring that people show their vaccination status to visit indoor places such as restaurants, stores and gyms.
The increase comes as a growing list of municipalities, businesses and venues are moving to require the shots for employees and, in some cases, customers.
Unvaccinated Angelenos continue to be infected with the coronavirus and fall seriously ill at significantly higher rates than their vaccinated counterparts — further evidence of the protective power the shots provide