La ciudad y la mayoría de las otras agencias de salud pausaron la administración de la vacuna en el medio de abril porque encontraron coágulos de sangre en una pequeña cantidad de personas que recibieron la vacuna.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia said during a Wednesday afternoon press conference that the city would soon begin to partner with the Long Beach Unified School District to place mobile clinics on school campuses.
The city and most other health agencies halted administering the vaccine in mid-April due to blood clots found in a small number of people who received the vaccine.
The county must meet the threshold for another week before it can actually allow more capacity at businesses and event venues.
Community Hospital Long Beach is partnering with the city library system to offer a free two-day COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library on Wednesday, April 28, and Thursday, April 29.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released the updated guidance Tuesday in yet another carefully calibrated step on the road back to normal from the coronavirus outbreak that has killed over 570,000 people in U.S.
All 85 LBUSD campuses are now open, 409 days after schools closed on March 13, 2020. In all, about 30,000 of the district’s roughly 69,000 students chose to return to campus.
The number of coronavirus patients in county hospitals dropped from 444 Saturday to 407, according to state figures, while the number of those patients in intensive care rose from 101 to 103.
On Monday and Tuesday COVID-19 vaccine walkups were available with hardly any lines at the Terrace Theater entrance.
Public outdoor gatherings of up to 50 people and indoor live events with limited capacity will be allowed in Long Beach as of midnight Friday, officials announced today.