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How Did the Pandemic Transform California’s Safety Net?

By Caroline Danielson

Government investments and service innovations reduced the economic hardship caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. The impact of these approaches can inform safety net policy beyond the pandemic.

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Helping K–12 Students Recover from the Pandemic

By Laura Hill, Niu Gao, Julien Lafortune

Increased state and federal resources will play a key role as California helps students overcome learning disruptions of the past two years, though longer-term challenges remain.

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Health in California Two Years into the Pandemic

By Shannon McConville, Paulette Cha

The COVID-19 pandemic not only highlighted longstanding health disparities in our state but also underscored the importance of health coverage and access to care.

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How Have Californians Viewed the Pandemic?

By Dean Bonner

In the first post in a blog series reflecting on two years of COVID-19 in California, we discuss public opinion on the pandemic as it unfolded—including how views vary across different groups and regions.

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Job Openings Are Harder to Fill in the COVID Recovery

By Sarah Bohn, Marisol Cuellar Mejia, Julien Lafortune

Rising job openings, falling unemployment, and a smaller workforce mean fewer job seekers per opening than in typical recoveries—and fewer than in good economic times

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Who Is Unvaccinated in California?

By Dean Bonner

While most Californians have received the coronavirus vaccine, certain groups—including younger adults, men, and Republicans and independents—are disproportionately represented among the unvaccinated.

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