You can live here if you take two shots first.
The CSU and UC systems are awaiting formal approval of the COVID-19 vaccines by the FDA to officially require immunization to return to campus next semester.
Long Beach State reaches a milestone of almost 9,500 doses distributed on campus as it begins to administer the vaccine to students.
Unhoused people, who are most susceptible to the virus, deserved vaccination and protection from COVID-19.
Everyone needs to do their part in working toward herd immunity.
While the rest of the state has had difficulty with vaccine rollout, the city of Long Beach and Long Beach State have been pioneers in vaccine distribution.
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.
The vaccination program taking place at the Walter Pyramid parking structure has become available to Beach staff and faculty members.
Newsom praises Long Beach mayor for ‘outperforming’ other cities in vaccination, Fauci encourages double-masking
Gov. Gavin Newsom and Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia discussed vaccination and Long Beach’s lead in the state with regard to distribution during a livestream Wednesday.
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.