BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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As Berkeley awaits shipments of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, frontline healthcare workers at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center will be among the first to be vaccinated.
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As Berkeley awaits shipments of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, frontline healthcare workers at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center will be among the first to be vaccinated.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín hosted a virtual town hall Saturday to discuss updated information regarding the city’s response to COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus, and address community members' questions.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín hosted a virtual town hall Saturday to discuss updated information regarding the city’s response to COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus, and address community members' questions.
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Whether it be clearing encampments or condemning public defecation, legislative bodies have historically poured resources into punitive measures.
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Whether it be clearing encampments or condemning public defecation, legislative bodies have historically poured resources into punitive measures.
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As many as 4,000 UC Berkeley students visit Alta Bates’ emergency department, or ED, every academic year. It’s especially comforting to know that we can also receive intensive care services or other acute care services at Alta Bates, which is owned by the hospital chain Sutter Health.
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As many as 4,000 UC Berkeley students visit Alta Bates’ emergency department, or ED, every academic year. It’s especially comforting to know that we can also receive intensive care services or other acute care services at Alta Bates, which is owned by the hospital chain Sutter Health.
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The Berkeley City Council met Tuesday for its last regular meeting of the year, at which it swore in its newly- and re-elected representatives as well as addressed a variety of issues including the Alta Bates Hospital closure, street paving and tobacco sales.
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The Berkeley City Council met Tuesday for its last regular meeting of the year, at which it swore in its newly- and re-elected representatives as well as addressed a variety of issues including the Alta Bates Hospital closure, street paving and tobacco sales.
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A UC Berkeley study published in September found that increasing hospital consolidation in California has been associated with significant increases in Affordable Care Act premiums and outpatient service prices.
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A UC Berkeley study published in September found that increasing hospital consolidation in California has been associated with significant increases in Affordable Care Act premiums and outpatient service prices.
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Droste’s platform includes advocating for housing affordability, ensuring access to emergency care and helping growth in the commercial district in Elmwood, which is within District 8.
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Droste’s platform includes advocating for housing affordability, ensuring access to emergency care and helping growth in the commercial district in Elmwood, which is within District 8.
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California attorney general Xavier Becerra has sued Sutter Health, alleging anticompetitive practices that drove up health care prices in Northern California.
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California attorney general Xavier Becerra has sued Sutter Health, alleging anticompetitive practices that drove up health care prices in Northern California.
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More than 350 community members joined the California Nurses Association late Saturday morning to oppose the proposed closure of Alta Bates Medical Center in Berkeley.
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More than 350 community members joined the California Nurses Association late Saturday morning to oppose the proposed closure of Alta Bates Medical Center in Berkeley.
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The city of Berkeley will allocate $3.5 million to fund multiple homeless aid programs, as unanimously approved by the City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday night.
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The city of Berkeley will allocate $3.5 million to fund multiple homeless aid programs, as unanimously approved by the City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday night.
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