More than 200 people at Golden Gate Fields racetrack test positive for COVID-19

Golden Gate Fields
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As of Friday, more than 200 people living or working on-site at the Golden Gate Fields racetrack have tested positive for COVID-19.
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Berkeley Health Report lacks data on LGBTQ+, immigrant communities

The city of Berkeley recently completed the 2018 Health Status Report, assessing a broad range of data to better understand the social inequities of health conditions affecting our community, assess prevention efforts and identify emerging health threats. This information is crucial because if we can better understand not just the
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City holds town hall on racial inequities in public health

The city of Berkeley held a town hall meeting Tuesday to address public health inequities between the city’s white and underrepresented minority populations, but the meeting was sparsely attended by black and Latino residents. According to Janet Berreman, the city’s health officer and Public Health Division manager, the meeting was
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City Council to vote on budget proposals

                    With the Berkeley City Council set to adopt a city budget at its meeting Tuesday, a number of employee layoffs and reductions to city programs may result. The city is looking at eliminating about 79 positions — some of which
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