CA COVID Rates / Booster Shots / CA Legislative Session / New Leader in Sacramento Homelessness Program
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A nurse applies a COVID-19 vaccine at a vaccination site at The Forum Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021, in Inglewood, Calif.
AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez
California is seeing lower case rates of COVID-19; we’ll get a sense of why we’re seeing low numbers and what’s going on with booster shots. We also get a glimpse of the recent CA Legislative Session and what bills await a signature or veto from the governor. Finally, we hear from the Department of Community Response Director and how her experiences shape how she helps the unhoused.
- UC Davis Medical Center Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases Dr. Dean Blumberg talks about the recent news surrounding the booster shots and California’s shrinking numbers of COVID cases.
- CalMatters Politics Reporter Laurel Rosenhall on how the CA Legislative Session was affected by the recall election and what bills are currently awaiting Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature or veto.
- Bridgette Dean with the city of Sacramento’s new “Department of Community Response” using her education as a social worker and personal experience as someone who experienced homelessness to implement the city’s new plan to address homelessness.