The Virus Detectives: Tracking COVID-19 in Bay Area Wastewater Lori Pottinger August 3 2020 Public health officials are struggling to keep up with testing and monitoring of COVID-19. Wastewater can provide a window into outbreaks. We talked to Eileen White of EBMUD about the agency’s role in tracking the spread of the virus.
Widespread Worry, Racial/Ethnic Disparities as COVID-19 Surges Mark Baldassare, Dean Bonner, Alyssa Dykman, Rachel Lawler July 31 2020 As the number of coronavirus cases in California continues to rise, health and financial concerns are especially high among Latino residents.
Two in Three Californians Support Black Lives Matter Mark Baldassare, Dean Bonner, Alyssa Dykman, Rachel Lawler July 30 2020 A strong majority supports the Black Lives Matter movement, and most Californians view the criminal justice system as biased against African Americans.
College Plans during COVID-19 Hans Johnson July 29 2020 An overwhelming majority of California’s colleges and universities plan to operate primarily online or with a hybrid approach this fall, and most students have changed their plans in some way.