1. How do I get the COVID-19 vaccine in California?  Los Angeles Times
  2. California starts vaccinating those 65 and older: Where to get a shot  SFGate
  3. California opens COVID vaccine eligibility to people over 65  Los Angeles Times
  4. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s COVID-19 vaccination plan for California bogs down  Sacramento Bee
  5. Stop sitting on COVID vaccine, California. People are dying  Los Angeles Times
  6. View Full Coverage on Google News
Until now, vaccines had been reserved mostly for first responders and health care workers. But now, people 65 and over can also get vaccines. Here's what the changes mean.Until now, vaccines had been reserved mostly for first responders and health care workers. But now, people 65 and over can also get vaccines. Here's what the changes mean.

How do I get the COVID-19 vaccine in California? - Los Angeles Times

Many counties are preparing to vaccinate seniors soon.Many counties are preparing to vaccinate seniors soon.

California starts vaccinating those 65 and older: Where to get a shot

In an effort to ramp a slower-than-expected vaccine rollout, California is allowing everyone 65 and older to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, officials announced Wednesday. “There is no higher priority than efficiently and equitably distributing these vaccines as quickly as possible to those who face the gravest consequences,” Gov. Gavin Newsom said in a statement. “Individuals […]In an effort to ramp a slower-than-expected vaccine rollout, California is allowing everyone 65 and older to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, officials announced Wednesday. “There is no higher priorit…

In major expansion, California allows everyone 65 and older to get COVID-19 vaccine | KTLA

California is immediately allowing residents 65 and older to get scarce coronavirus vaccines.California is immediately allowing residents 65 and older to get scarce coronavirus vaccines.

California opens COVID-19 vaccines to those 65 and older

California's COVID-19 surge is showing signs of leveling off after besieging hospitals, emergency services and morgues for weeks, the state's top health official said on Tuesday, as medical staffing continued to buckle under the strain. The number of newly hospitalized coronavirus patients statewide has declined to 2,500 admissions every 24 hours over the past two days, down from 3,500 in previous days, California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Ghaly said in an online briefing with reporters. Ghaly called it "the biggest signal to me that things are beginning to flatten and potentially improve."California's COVID-19 surge is showing signs of leveling off after besieging hospitals, emergency services and morgues for weeks, the state's top health official said on Tuesday, as medical staffing continued to buckle under the strain. The number of newly hospitalized coronavirus patients statewide has declined to 2,500 admissions every 24 hours over the past two days, down from 3,500 in previous days, California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Ghaly said in an online briefing with reporters. Ghaly called it "the biggest signal to me that things are beginning to flatten and potentially improve."

California COVID surge shows signs of easing with hospitals strained to brink

Californians age 65 and older can start getting vaccinated right away after the state on Wednesday agreed to a major expansion to its coronavirus immunization efforts, partly in hopes of quelling a raging surge that continues to squeeze hospitals. <p>Californians age 65 and older can start getting vaccinated right away after the state on Wednesday agreed to a major expansion to its coronavirus immunization efforts, partly in hopes of quelling a raging surge that continues to squeeze hospitals.</p>

California opens vaccinations to everyone 65 and older, as hospitals struggle with COVID-19 surge - SFChronicle.com

California is allowing residents 65 and older to get scarce coronavirus vaccines. Local agencies, however, still need time to implement the new policy. KRCR spoke with health officials in Shasta and Butte Counties who say that there aren't enough doses yet to make the vaccine available to everyone 65 and older. Gov.California is allowing residents 65 and older to get scarce coronavirus vaccines. Local agencies, however, still need time to implement the new policy. KRCR spoke with health officials in Shasta and Butte Counties who say that there aren't enough doses yet to make the vaccine available to everyone 65 and older. Gov.

California opens up scarce vaccines to those 65 and older | KRCR

California opens up scarce vaccines to those 65 and older

No word yet from L.A. County on whether it will follow the state's lead, although it has so far.

California Changes Vaccine Plan, Expands Priority Access To Everyone 65 And Older

California's COVID surge is showing signs of leveling off after besieging hospitals, emergency services and morgues, the state's top health official said.California's COVID surge is showing signs of leveling off after besieging hospitals, emergency services and morgues, the state's top health official said.

California's Top Health Official Sees Hopeful Signs COVID-19 Surge is Leveling Off - Times of San Diego

California's COVID surge is showing signs of leveling off after besieging hospitals, emergency services and morgues, the state's top health official said.California's COVID surge is showing signs of leveling off after besieging hospitals, emergency services and morgues, the state's top health official said.

California’s Top Health Official Sees Hopeful Signs COVID-19 Surge is Leveling Off – Times of San Diego

Mother Lode county health departments react to the governor adding this group to vaccine distributions.

Update: 65 Plus Added To Those Allowed To Get Vaccine In California | myMotherLode.com

Dr. Mark Ghaly is giving an update on California's stay-at-home orders in a press conference Tuesday. The Bay Area, Southern California, San Joaquin Valley and Greater Sacramento area are all expected to have their lockdowns extended."I think part of the process that we have set up here in California (is) really thoughtful, trying to focus on risk and exposure and equity," Ghaly said.

California COVID-19 vaccine update: Equity focus causing some rollout delays, health secretary says | abc7news.com

California is allowing residents 65 and older to get scarce coronavirus vaccines, according to an announcement from Gov. Gavin Newsom.Gov Gavin Newsom's announcement puts seniors in line before emergency workers, teachers, childcare providers and food and agriculture workers even as counties complain they already don't have enough doses to go around.

California is allowing residents 65 and older to get scarce coronavirus vaccines | abc7.com

The coronavirus death toll in California reached 30,000 on Monday, another staggering milestone as the nation’s most populous state endures the worst surge of...The coronavirus death toll in California reached 30,000 on Monday, another staggering milestone as the nation’s most populous state endures the worst surge of the nearly yearlong pandemic.

Virus Deaths Surging in California, Now Top 30,000 – NBC Bay Area

California is making a push to vaccinate more people against COVID-19.California is making a push to vaccinate more people against COVID-19.

All Californians 65 And Older Can Now Receive COVID-19 Vaccine, Officials Say – CBS Sacramento

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) – California health leaders say the latest COVID-19 data is promising as the rate of hospitalizations begins to decline across the state. “Biggest signal to me that things are beginning to flatten and potentially improve, is that around the fifth and sixth of January we were seeing an average of 3,500 new […]SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) – California health leaders say the latest COVID-19 data is promising as the rate of hospitalizations begins to decline across the state. “Biggest signal to me that …

‘But we’re not out of the woods’: Health leaders cautiously optimistic as COVID-19 hospitalization rates drop statewide | FOX40

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) – California health leaders say the latest COVID-19 data is promising as the rate of hospitalizations begins to decline across the state. “Biggest signal to me that …

‘But we’re not out of the woods’: Health leaders cautiously optimistic as COVID-19 hospitalization rates drop statewide | FOX40

SACRAMENTO (KGET) – In order to increase the pace of COVID-19 vaccine distribution, the state is now allowing residents 65 years old and older receive the vaccine. Following a bipartisan letter from nine governors last week, including Gov. Gavin Newsom, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced changes yesterday to its vaccine plan, including […]SACRAMENTO (KGET) – In order to increase the pace of COVID-19 vaccine distribution, the state is now allowing residents 65 years old and older receive the vaccine. Following a bipartisan letter fro…

State now allowing residents 65 and older receive COVID-19 vaccine | KGET 17

California has passed 30,000 deaths from COVID-19 as concerns remain about the pace of vaccine distribution throughout the state.California has passed 30,000 deaths from COVID-19 as concerns remain about the pace of vaccine distribution throughout the state.

California passes 30,000 deaths from COVID-19 as vaccine distribution lags | abc7.com

California is expanding eligibility for coronavirus vaccines to anyone age 65 and older, Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) said Wednesday.California is expanding eligibility for coronavirus vaccines to anyone age 65 and older, Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) said Wednesday.

California expands COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to everyone age 65 and older | TheHill

California is expanding eligibility for coronavirus vaccines to anyone age 65 and older, Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) said Wednesday.California is expanding eligibility for coronavirus vaccines to anyone age 65 and older, Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) said Wednesday.

California expands COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to everyone age 65 and older | TheHill

People aged 65 and older and those with serious health conditions could quickly become eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine under new federal guidelines.People aged 65 and older and those with serious health conditions could quickly become eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine under new federal guidelines.

California May Open Vaccinations to All Residents 65 and Older - Times of San Diego

People aged 65 and older and those with serious health conditions could quickly become eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine under new federal guidelines.People aged 65 and older and those with serious health conditions could quickly become eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine under new federal guidelines.

California May Open Vaccinations to All Residents 65 and Older – Times of San Diego

State officials are expanding to those 65 and up because they are at the greatest risk of being hospitalized and dying.State officials are expanding to those 65 and up because they are at the greatest risk of being hospitalized and dying.

California opens scarce COVID-19 vaccines to those 65 and older

As complaints mount about the state’s lagging vaccine rollout, health officials allow any seniors to seek the shot now -- but not younger people with preexisting conditions. Story from @CalMatters.

California Throws Open COVID Vaccines to Anyone 65 and Older | Lost Coast Outpost | Humboldt County News

Some Southern California jurisdictions are already moving ahead with a wider availability of the vaccines. Long Beach health officials announced Tuesday they...Some Southern California jurisdictions are already moving ahead with a wider availability of the vaccines. Long Beach health officials announced Tuesday they will begin offering vaccines to residents 75 and older beginning Saturday, with clinics held weekly for people in that age group. Orange County officials announced that they will immediately begin offering vaccines to people 65 and over.

State Reviewing Change To Vaccine Priority; 65 and Older Residents Could Move Up – NBC Los Angeles

California Governor Gavin Newsom wants one million more shots given in the state by this weekendCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom wants one million more shots given in the state by this weekend

Public health officials pushing for faster vaccination | NewsChannel 3-12

California is now allowing residents 65 and older to get the coronavirus vaccine, after a slow start to the state's rollout of the vaccine.California is now allowing residents 65 and older to get the coronavirus vaccine, after a slow start to the state's rollout of the vaccine.

California now allowing those 65 and older to get COVID-19 vaccine

California Health and Human Services secretary provides updates on coronavirus response.California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly will provide an update on COVID-19 in California at 1:30 PT.

Watch: California Health and Human Services secretary provides updates on vaccines, coronavirus response, Jan. 12

Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday said California will begin notifying residents who are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday said California will begin notifying residents who are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

California opens COVID vaccines to those 65 and older | KRON4

California's Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly will provide an update on the coronavirus in the state. You can watch the full update below: Ghaly says officials are reviewing new guidance from the federal government encouraging states to re-evaluate COVID-19 vaccination distribution priorities, and a decision could be made in the next 24

CA officials reviewing new guidance to immediately expand vaccine availability to people 65 & older - KESQ

Here's how you can get the COVID vaccine in Orange County, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura County. Find out if you are eligible and where to get the coronavirus vaccine.How to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Los Angeles, Orange County and throughout Southern California

How to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Orange County, Los Angeles, and throughout Southern California | abc7.com

People aged 65 and older and those with serious underlying health conditions in LA and across California could quickly become eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.People aged 65 and older and those with serious underlying health conditions in LA and across California could quickly become eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.

California’s deadly surge in COVID-19 infections is showing early signs of leveling off after besieging hospitals, morgues and ambulance services for weeks, but the crisis remains far from over, the state’s top health official said Tuesday.

California COVID surge shows early signs of leveling off - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.

State restrictions on eligibility have slowed and bottlenecked administration of the vaccine, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar said.State restrictions on eligibility have slowed and bottlenecked administration of the vaccine, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar said.

California opens scarce vaccines to those 65 and older | cbs8.com

California is immediately allowing residents 65 and older to get scarce coronavirus vaccines, Gov. Newsom announced Wednesday.California is immediately allowing residents 65 and older to get scarce coronavirus vaccines, Gov. Newsom announced Wednesday.

California opens coronavirus vaccines to those 65 and older

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California is immediately allowing residents 65 and older to get scarce coronavirus vaccines. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s announcement Wednesday puts seniors in line before emergency workers, teachers, childcare providers and food and agriculture workers even as counties complain they already don’t have enough doses to go around. “There is no higher priority than efficiently and equitably distributing...

California opens scarce vaccines to those 65 and older -

Health care workers and those in nursing homes and other congregate living facilities can still be vaccinated, but state officials are expanding to those 65 and up because they are at the greatest risk of being hospitalized and dyingHealth care workers and those in nursing homes and other congregate living facilities can still be vaccinated, but state officials are expanding to those 65 and up because they are at the greatest risk of being hospitalized and dying

California Allowing Seniors 65 And Older To Get COVID-19 Vaccine | KPBS

People in Phase 1A of the state’s tiered system – health care workers and nursing home residents – are still eligible to receive vaccines. After them, seniors 65 and older will be in the next…

California says seniors 65 and over will get priority on coronavirus vaccine – Orange County Register

Gov. Gavin Newsom's announcement Wednesday puts seniors in line before emergency workers, teachers, childcare providers and food and agriculture workers even as counties complain they already don’t have enough doses to go around.Gov. Gavin Newsom's announcement Wednesday puts seniors in line before emergency workers, teachers, childcare providers and food and agriculture workers even as counties complain they already don’t have enough doses to go around.