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.
Students call on CSU to defund university police, urge institutions to invest in mental health counseling services
Students and faculty from across several CSU campuses called for the defunding of university police departments by the Board of Trustees and for more funds to be invested in beneficial services, including mental health counseling as speakers expressed their concerns with the decision-making of the committee throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
Newsom expected to lift statewide stay-at-home order Monday, education sector in Long Beach to start receiving COVID-19 vaccine
Gov. Gavin Newsom is slated to cancel the state’s stay-at-home order Monday, allowing for restaurants to resume outdoor dining and other services to operate indoors.
President Biden signed a directive Friday to deliver stimulus checks that, along with December’s $600 payment, would amount to $2,000 in coronavirus relief.
Después de recibir envíos de vacunas COVID-19 a fines de diciembre, la ciudad de Long Beach comenzó a vacunar a su primer grupo de personas, las que tienen mayor riesgo de contraer el virus.
About 4% of all classes are being offered on CSULB’s campus this spring, a slight increase from the fall 2020 semester.
In a socially distant, mask-filled ceremony, President Joseph R. Biden Jr. is sworn in as 46th President of the United States, and Vice President Kamala Harris breaks down gender and racial barriers as the first woman and person of color to hold the position.
Long Beach City Council to aid grocery workers with extra $4 per hour hazard pay, revisit affordable housing initiative
In an unanimous vote, the council has decided to implement hazard pay for employees of grocery chains in Long Beach as they remain at risk of contracting COVID-19 while at work. The council also voted to move forward with an initiative to implement housing in the city for lower-income residents.
Long Beach State’s Housing and Residential Life has announced tentative move-in days for student housing after announcing a postponement last week to minimize the potential harm of large gatherings by students and families in the dorms.