Colleen Shalby

LA Times reporter

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Reporter for the LA Times.

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California opened up COVID vaccine appointments for people with underlying health conditions and disabilities on Monday. However, there are many gray areas.

California expands vaccine eligibility. But it’s confusing, and some people may cut the line

California opened up COVID vaccine appointments for people with underlying health conditions and disabilities on Monday. However, there are many gray areas.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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California has distributed less than half of its COVID vaccine supply. How to make the rollout better?

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Gov. Newsom announced a partnership with a Massachusetts-based diagnostics company to more than double the state’s testing capacity.

COVID-19 cases drop in California, Gov. Newsom wants to boost testing

Gov. Newsom announced a partnership with a Massachusetts-based diagnostics company to more than double the state’s testing capacity.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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