Unhoused people, who are most susceptible to the virus, deserved vaccination and protection from COVID-19.
Content that focuses on the growing coronavirus epidemic at CSULB.
Vaccination appointments for the first round of Long Beach State students will become available pending the arrival of more vaccine shipments.
Plans for returning to in-person instruction this fall remain up in the air, but what is for certain is that getting the vaccine will not be a requirement, according to campus administrators.
Local residents and Long Beach State students have taken their creativity to the next level by creating stylish PPE.
The vaccination program taking place at the Walter Pyramid parking structure has become available to Beach staff and faculty members.
With Gov. Gavin Newsom lifting stay-at-home orders on Jan. 25, the city of Long Beach has allowed outdoor dining to reopen. For some CSULB students, this means returning to work, which is coming with mixed feelings.
Long Beach State’s medical team has started administering doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on campus after receiving the first shipment Tuesday.
Beth Lesen, vice president for student affairs, announced in an email that the university has received a shipment of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Students, faculty and staff at CSULB who have pre-registered for vaccination should expect an email to make an appointment
Kimberly Fodran, Long Beach State’s medical director, encourages the Beach community to receive the vaccine as soon as possible, whether it be through the campus or one’s city of residence.
Gov. Gavin Newsom said during a press conference that the state will no longer abide by the regional stay-at-home order and will instead follow the county-based tier model.