Millions Will Be Eligible for Vaccine But Supply Remains a Big Question
People under the age of 65 with underlying health conditions and disabilities are now eligible to be vaccinated. Migrant detainees held in California by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement are also eligible to receive their first dose.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero, KQED
College Students Consider How Learning Will Differ In a Post-Pandemic World
The pandemic has brought barriers for college students taking part in remote learning. But it also brought some benefits that might stick around once it's over. We're taking a closer look this week at issues that have impacted college students, part of our collaboration with CalMatters’ College Journalism Network.
Reporter: Emma Hall, Sacramento State University, CalMatters’ College Journalism Network
L.A. County Businesses Allowed to Reopen Indoors
Starting Monday, museums, zoos, movie theaters, and gyms will be among the businesses allowed to reopen indoors in Los Angeles County, with limited capacity. It's part of a move across the state to get businesses open more quickly.
Reporter: Caroline Champlin, KPCC
Kern County Launches Hotline to Help Non-English Speakers with Vaccine Appointments
The Kern County Latino COVID-19 Task Force has launched a new hotline to help older, non-English speakers schedule COVID-19 vaccine appointments. Project Abuelita has already helped hundreds of residents.
Reporter: Madi Bolanos, Valley Public Radio
Purdue Pharma to Unveil Reorganization Plan
In October, bankrupt opioid giant Purdue Pharma settled with the U.S. Department of Justice over its role in helping start our nation’s opioid crisis. Now, it will lay out its plan to re-organize the company.
Guest: Charlotte Bismuth, Author of the new book "Bad Medicine"