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A DOCTOR’S NOTE ON COVID-19 TESTING Dr. Erika Flores Uribe, Los Angeles County Department of Health Services How does COVID-19 testing help me prevent the spread of the virus? Getting tested for COVID-19 helps you know if you have the coronavirus and prevents you from spreading it to your family, friends, and community. If you…

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Advocates Say State’s $10 Million Fund for Ethnic Media Is “Great Start”

By Sunita Sohrabji |                  Special to California Black Media In recognition of a mass communication sector that has been struggling from dwindling advertising dollars and intense competition from well-funded media conglomerates and a field of small niche publishers since the inception of the internet, Gov. Gavin Newsom and the state Legislature appropriated $10 million in…

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La mayoría de las restricciones de COVID desaparecerá el 15 de junio

LOS ÁNGELES (CNS) — Si bien la mayor parte de las restricciones de COVID-19 se levantarán el 15 de junio, el director de salud pública del condado de Los Ángeles advirtió que las reglas que requieren el uso de máscaras y el distanciamiento físico permanecerán vigentes en algunos entornos, sobre todo en las escuelas, en…

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A Doctor’s Note

A Message Sponsored by Los Angeles County A DOCTOR’S NOTE ON VACCINES A Message Sponsored by Los Angeles County A DOCTOR’S NOTE ON VACCINES  Dr. Eloisa Gonzalez, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health   1.What are the chances the vaccine has any long-term side effects on my health? After you receive your COVID-19 vaccine,…

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Immigrant Leaves 3-Year Stint In Sanctuary As President Unveils Plan

By Yonat Shimron | Religion News Service An undocumented immigrant who had been living in Columbus Mennonite Church for more than three years went home to her family Feb. 18 after securing assurances she will no longer be an immediate target for deportation. Edith Espinal, a Mexican native and mother of three, had been living at the…

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EPA Approves Chemical ‘Air Treatment’ Against COVID, Despite Known Health Hazards

By Children’s Health Defense Team In mid-January, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved requests from two southern states (Georgia and Tennessee) asking for an emergency exemption that would allow them to aerosolize selected indoor spaces with an antiviral “air treatment” called Grignard Pure. Grignard Pure is a nanoparticle-based product. Its active ingredient is a substance called triethylene glycol (TEG).…

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Experience the Community: L.A. Public Charter Schools Near You

The global health pandemic has upended education for many families in unexpected ways. As we slowly emerge out of this crisis, many of us are beginning to reimagine what education will look like moving forward. You may now be thinking about the fall and new school options available in your community that may offer you…

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Hate in the U.S. Can be Healed in Childhood

By Audrey Landeros On January 6, I received a frantic call from my grandmother asking if I was aware of what was going on in Washington DC. At the time, I didn’t know what she was talking about, but it wasn’t long before I’d turn on the news and watched with disbelief as thousands of…

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Northgate González Market Honra A 20 Heroes De La Comunidad Y Premia Con Miles A Organizaciones Sin Fines De Lucro Para Reconocer El Mes De La Herencia Hispana

ANAHEIM, CA.,  – Desde incendios forestales hasta una pandemia global, 2020 ha causado estragos en la economía y ha tenido un gran impacto en las familias de la localidad. Los propietarios de Northgate González Market, la principal cadena de supermercados con temática latina de California, lanzaron hoy su campaña del Mes de la Herencia Hispana…

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