Every afternoon, Kevin Mowrey rides his bike a half hour from the San Gabriel Foothills to Azusa, to purchase food and supplies for the night, while his partner, Frank Jauch, stays at their camp. It’s a routine born out of … Read More »
The numbers tell the story: Since the first COVID-19 vaccine received emergency approval in mid-December, quick efforts by USC have contributed to more than 800,000 people in Los Angeles getting inoculated.
“This moment calls for teamwork, and everyone is coming together … Read More »
Last year, the U.S. government purchased 150 million BinaxNOW rapid antigen COVID-19 tests and began distributing them. One of the goals was to safely reopen schools. However, little data was available on how well these tests performed, especially … Read More »
Hispanic immigrants of working age — 20 to 54 years old — are over 11 times more likely to die of COVID-19 than U.S.-born men and women who are not Hispanic, according to a USC study of California … Read More »
As restaurants, stores and other venues reopen, Americans are slowly but surely reentering the world. However, recent events, such as mass shootings in Boulder, Colorado and Atlanta, Georgia, added an extra layer of stress and uncertainty for many … Read More »