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L.A. County To Drop All Covid-19 Health Orders

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The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is set to align with the state and drop all existing Health Officer Orders connected to the COVID-19 pandemic at the end of the month. On Monday, April 3, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is set to lift their mask and covid-19 vaccine restrictions, with L.A. County following in their ...

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L.A. County To Offer COVID-19 Vaccines To Everyone 6 Months And Older

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The final Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) approval of COVID-19 vaccines for infants and young children aged 6 months to 5 years is expected to come next week.  In the wake of this approval, Los Angeles County is preparing to make the vaccines widely available across the county next week as soon as June 21st.  The CDC’s Advisory ...

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Carl Goldman Goes On-Air With Unity Project To Discuss Vaccine Injuries, Including His Own

This week, a live on-air discussion on the dangers of vaccine mandates was held between KHTS co-owner Carl Goldman and the Unity Project.   The Unity Project CEO Laura Sextro spoke on-air with Goldman co-owner of KHTS, discussing COVID-19 vaccines and their own opinions on vaccine mandates. “The Unity Project started about eight months ago now,” Sextro said. “we were ...

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Unexpected Long-Term Mental Health Impacts Of COVID-19

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The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has altered nearly every avenue of life. From the way we work to the way we play to the way we view the world, virtually every aspect of our existence has been shaped by the events of the last two years. While the macro-level impacts of the pandemic are the ones we hear about most – ...

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Golden Valley, La Mesa Winners Of California Pivotal Practice Award

The William S. Hart Union High School District, Golden Valley High School and La Mesa Junior High School were all named winners of the 2022 California Pivotal Practice (CAPP) Award for creatively overcoming COVID-19 challenges during the 2020/21 school year. A component of the California Department of Education (CDE) California School Recognition Program (CSRP), the CAPP Program is being utilized ...

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L.A. County Health Reinstates Mask Requirement On Public Transit, Rideshares, Airports

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Masks Required On Planes, Trains And Rideshares In L.A. County On Thursday, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health announced that a new health officer order would continue to require masks on all public transit, rideshare services, and indoor transportation hubs like airports. TSA No Longer Enforcing Mask Mandate The move comes within a few days after a judge ...

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California Senate Bill SB-871 Stopped, However Eight Other Bills Stripping Away Basic Rights Are Still Being Considered

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SB-871 has been stopped. The bill proposed by California Senator Dr. Richard Pan (D-SD-06), would have required all California students, in public, private, pre-schools and daycare to take the Covid-19 vaccine and all boosters, along with ten other vaccines before attending. In a poll released yesterday by KHTS, over 88 percent of all participants shared they would not place their ...

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SB-871 Continues To Work Its Way Through The California Senate

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If SB-871 is passed it would mean all California students, from pre-school through high school, private or public would have to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (and 10 other vaccines) to attend. The religious and personal choice exemption would be eliminated. KHTS ran a poll with over 1,000 parents from Santa Clarita participating. We were expecting between 15%-20% would pull ...

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HAUSER Insurance Discusses AI Trends In The Insurance Industry

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The past few years have seen significant advancements in information technologies such as artificial intelligence, and the adaptation of such technologies were only further necessitated and accelerated as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Applications for artificial intelligence technology are no longer exclusive to the tech industry, and today there are an increasing number of new products and use cases ...

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California Yet Again Is Attempting To Take Away The Rights Of Employees, Business Owners Large And Small

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AB 1993 Could Be The Final Straw That Kills The California Economy A proposed new law –  AB1993 –  introduced by Assembly Members Wicks, Aguiar-Curry, Low, and Akilah Weber would require all California public and private businesses of all sizes to have their employees and independent contractors to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 by January 1, 2023. Wicks Defends Her Authorship ...

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