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As California continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic, KQED is committed to providing resources and information to help support communities in our region. We will continue to report on issues of health, policy and the economy of the Bay Area and beyond. 

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A sign inside a Walgreens pharmacy that reads, "It's not too late to get your flu shot."

When Should You Get Your 2023 Flu Shot?

3M brand N95 particulate respirators are displayed on a table on July 28, 2020 in San Anselmo, California.

When Air Quality's Bad, Which Mask Can I Wear for Wildfire Smoke?

A nurse wearing a mask and hair net addresses a patient in a wheelchair near a window.

Growing Number of Bay Area Counties Requiring Masks in 'High-Risk' Health Care Facilities

A boy with a tuxedo T-shirt and a face mask holds his mother's hand as he receives a shot in the arm by a nurse.

Where Can I Find the New COVID Vaccine Near Me?

wide shot of a brick school building with grass trees and a sidewalk in front. Children and adults walk on the sidewalk

Schools face a funding cliff. How bad will the fall be?

An older Asian woman getting a vaccine shot.

Fueled by 'Eris,' COVID Escapes Predictability Once Again

Most students are learning at typical pace again, but those who lost ground during COVID-19 aren't catching up

A woman using COVID-19 rapid self-test kit at home.

COVID-19, a Disease With Tricks Up Its Sleeve, Hasn’t Fallen Into a Seasonal Pattern — Yet

Summer school programs aren't enough to reverse pandemic learning loss, researchers say