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Cal/OSHA board votes to end face masks for vaccinated employees

On Thursday, June 17, Cal/OSHA regulators decided in a 5-1 vote to allow fully vaccinated workers to stop wearing masks while at the workplace, bringing the rule into line with June 15 state guidelines which align with the California Department of Public Health, which ended most mask rules for people who are fully vaccinated against […]

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Cars line up for COVID-19 testing Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at Fort Hamilton Hospital in Hamilton. NICK GRAHAM / STAFF

Do you still need to get tested for COVID-19 if already vaccinated? What CDC says…

Do you need to get tested for COVID-19 if you are vaccinated? No, you can skip routine testing, with some exceptions. According to the latest guidelines posted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), you don’t need to be tested or to quarantine if you’re fully vaccinated. This is still true even […]

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Mono County Says Pre-Register for the Vaccine and COVID-19 Testing Schedule

Pre-Register for COVID-19 Vaccine Mono County Public Health is encouraging Mono County residents to pre-register to be vaccinated by completing the online, confidential Vaccine Questionnaire. COVID-19 vaccines are entirely voluntary, and free for Mono County residents. The questionnaire will assist Mono County Public Health prioritize COVID-19 immunizations per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention […]

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 STATE REVISES VACCINE GUIDANCE TO INCLUDE AGES 65+ | Inyo County Makes Change Yesterday, the California Department of Public Health revised the California COVID-19 vaccination plan to include individuals 65 and older in Phase 1B Tier 1, along with non-medical first responders, teachers, school support staff, and childcare workers, and high-exposure front-line workers in the […]

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Covid Vaccine Roll-Out in Inyo County Called Cumbersome

While the Pfizer, and soon to come Moderna, COVID-19 vaccines are the solution to the world-wide pandemic, actually rolling out the vaccines, even in a small county, comes with its own set of issues. As the number of positive cases in Inyo keep rising, those issues were at the forefront of Health and Human Services […]

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