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The California Lutheran University sign greets passerby’s on Olsen Rd. in Thousand Oaks, on April 11, 2021. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

California Lutheran University hosts sociology professor and author for a virtual presentation on vaccine suspicion

By Marissa Roberts April 11, 2021
Sociologist Jennifer Reich, PhD has been studying vaccine suspicion in this country for more than a decade before the COVID-19 pandemic began. California Lutheran University hosted a virtual lecture via Zoom on April 6 where Reich claimed vaccine hesitancy and refusal from parents can be linked to individual choice and healthism.
Ventura County COVID-19 news from Wednesday, March 24, 2021.

Ventura County continues to re-open in the red tier as positive covid-19 cases decline

By Hailey Garcia March 25, 2021
On Wednesday, March 24, the weekly COVID-19 press conference was held in Santa Paula at the old Kmart location. The meeting began with District 3 Ventura County Board of Supervisor, Kelly Long, who was proud to represent Santa Paula and the opening of the new vaccination site.
Ventura County re-enters the red tier with 280,000 administered vaccinations, low COVID-19 rates and inside dining

Ventura County re-enters the red tier with 280,000 administered vaccinations, low COVID-19 rates and inside dining

By Hailey Garcia March 18, 2021
On Wednesday, March 17, the COVID-19 press conference was held in Downtown Ventura to update the public on administered vaccinations, businesses reopening and inside dining.
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.
California Governor Gavin Newsom speaking at Wednesday’s COVID-19 press conference on March 3 in Ventura County.

Ventura County prioritizes providing COVID-19 vaccines for essential workers and educators to safely return to school and work

By Hailey Garcia March 8, 2021
On March 3, Governor of California, Gavin Newsom was present in Wednesday’s press conference. The COVID-19 press conference was held in the Ventura County Office of Education vaccination site
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.
Chancellor Greg Gillespie gives an update on COVID-19 to the board and public at the special meeting on Tuesday, March 18, 2020, in Camarillo, Calif. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

VCCCD Board of Trustees discuss possibility of returning to campus for Fall 2021 semester

By Marissa Roberts February 11, 2021
Educational leaders are prepared, and cautiously optimistic, to go forward with 50% in-person learning at all VCCCD campuses with contingency measures in place. The Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees met on Feb. 8 to introduce a scheduling and operational plan for Fall 2021.
California Governor Gavin Newsom concludes his press conference on Jan. 25, 2021 where he announced an end to the statewide lockdown.

Governor Newsom lifts statewide COVID-19 stay at home orders

By Aleea Evangelista January 28, 2021
California Governor Gavin Newsom ends the stay at home order among all five regions of the state in a Jan. 25 Coronavirus news conference.
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