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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MARCH 30, 2023

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A doctor and former UCLA employee filed a class action lawsuit against the Regents of the University of California on Oct. 5 over his termination for refusing to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. 
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A doctor and former UCLA employee filed a class action lawsuit against the Regents of the University of California on Oct. 5 over his termination for refusing to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. 
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During its Wednesday meeting, the district approved amendments to its current policies for both students and teachers, changing the definition of “fully-vaccinated” to include the COVID-19 booster shot for those deemed eligible by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 
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During its Wednesday meeting, the district approved amendments to its current policies for both students and teachers, changing the definition of “fully-vaccinated” to include the COVID-19 booster shot for those deemed eligible by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 
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Though nothing can compare to the glorious wonders that 2020 brought the world, 2021 was a keen competitor in the contest for which year in the '20s roared the loudest.
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Though nothing can compare to the glorious wonders that 2020 brought the world, 2021 was a keen competitor in the contest for which year in the '20s roared the loudest.
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The impetus should fall on the multibillion-dollar companies — not host cities — to clean up toxic waste left behind. CEPA and DTSC must hold AstraZeneca accountable and fulfill their commitment to keeping California safe and clean.
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The impetus should fall on the multibillion-dollar companies — not host cities — to clean up toxic waste left behind. CEPA and DTSC must hold AstraZeneca accountable and fulfill their commitment to keeping California safe and clean.
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With significantly lower vaccine uptake among long-term care facility employees, the COVID-19 Vaccination Uptake Behavioral Science Task Force report was released Feb. 23 to provide recommendations to increase vaccination rates.
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With significantly lower vaccine uptake among long-term care facility employees, the COVID-19 Vaccination Uptake Behavioral Science Task Force report was released Feb. 23 to provide recommendations to increase vaccination rates.
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Targeting Black and Latinx communities with messaging related to vaccine safety does nothing to address the underlying mistrust or harm.
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Targeting Black and Latinx communities with messaging related to vaccine safety does nothing to address the underlying mistrust or harm.
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It feels a bit like the COVID-19 pandemic has split the UC Berkeley student population into two groups: those living on campus and those living at home.
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It feels a bit like the COVID-19 pandemic has split the UC Berkeley student population into two groups: those living on campus and those living at home.
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Dispersing vaccines through the UC system immediately, including campus communities and alumni networks, would ensure underserved areas receive faster care.
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Dispersing vaccines through the UC system immediately, including campus communities and alumni networks, would ensure underserved areas receive faster care.
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