Moorpark College Reporter

Ventura County COVID-19 news from Tuesday, April 6, 2021.

Ventura County moves into less restrictive orange tier, allowing increased indoor capacities for restaurants, gyms, movie theaters and churches

By Ryan Bough April 7, 2021
Ventura County moves into orange tier which allows movie theaters, restaurants, churches and museums to have 50% capacity, and more.
Image of the COVID-19 vaccination Courtesy of the European Pharmaceutical Review

Ventura County residents share their experiences with the COVID-19 vaccine

By Andrea Lopez March 15, 2021
The Coronavirus outbreak in the United States is approaching its one-year anniversary. The previous year has been nothing short of a rollercoaster for not just the U.S., but the entire world.
image provided by the CDC

Ventura County begins moving into next tier for COVID-19 vaccinations

By Andrea Lopez March 2, 2021
On Feb. 24, 2021, Ventura County held the weekly press conference at one of the open COVID-19 vaccination sites, Ventura County Office of Education, in Camarillo. Kelly Long, Ventura County Board of Supervisors began the conference with great news of things the community can begin to look forward to, such as teachers being able to receive the vaccination, as well as the county stepping closer to the red tier within the next couple of weeks.
Clouds roll away from the city of Ventura on March, 14, 2020 in Ventura, CA. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

City of Ventura breaks down the $15 million Measure ‘O’ funds being distributed to city services

By Rachel Franklin February 18, 2021
The City of Ventura’s $15 million budget for Measure O expenditures mainly focus on the Public Works, Police, Parks and Recreation, Fire, City Manager and Community Development Departments, respectively.

Protected: Iconic looks on Inauguration Day: White House women are putting the power back in power suits

By Audrey Lang February 16, 2021
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