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Month: January 2021

State Officials Announce New COVID-19 Testing Resources for Schools

For Immediate Release Contact: 916-654-3304 New resources provide additional support for schools implementing COVID-19 testing for staff and students SACRAMENTO – State officials today announced the release of new online resources to support COVID-19 testing and the safe reopening of schools. Today’s announcement builds on the Safe Schools for All Plan and follows the launch …

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Newsom Administration Supplements Vaccine Delivery System; Announces Creation of Statewide Vaccine Delivery Network to Simplify and Standardize Vaccination Process With Equity as a Core Focus

For Immediate Release January 26, 2021 Contact: Amy.Palmer@govops.ca.gov Darrel.Ng@cdph.ca.gov New System Will Partner with Counties on Health Education, Outreach to Hard to Reach Communities Third-Party Administrator Will Come On Board to Streamline, Improve and Expedite Vaccine Administration, With Ability to Scale Californians can go to MyTurn.Ca.Gov to sign-up for Notification Now, Scheduling Tool to Launch …

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Statement from California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly on the Release of Governor Newsom’s Proposed Fiscal Year 2021-2022 State Budget

“The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on California families and businesses. This past year has highlighted the systemic racism and discrimination that has created social, economic, and health inequities contributing to disproportionately higher infection and mortality rates for both chronic and infectious diseases. As we look ahead, the governor’s Budget proposal makes bold …

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California Releases First-Ever Master Plan for Aging

With the state’s 60-and-over population expected to grow to 10.8 million people by 2030, COVID-19 has highlighted the urgent need to embrace new ways of supporting older Californians, people with disabilities, and communities of color The Master Plan applies hard lessons learned from the pandemic to a new 10-year strategy for creating an age-friendly California …

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