Long Term COVID Clinics Offer Some Hope for Long Haulers

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Long Term COVID-19 Clinic Looks for Answers for Long Haulers

Many Californians are still suffering from COVID-19 symptoms, months after they were initially diagnosed. Many of these long haulers are hoping to get answers for what's ailing them from long term COVID-19 clinics.
Guest: Dr. Lekshmi Santhosh, Physician Faculty Lead, UCSF OPTIMAL Clinic.

California Will See Sharp Drop in Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Doses

State health officials tell the Mercury News that California's allocation of Johnson & Johnson doses from the federal government  will drop by 90% next week. This comes as the state will allow everyone over the age of 16 to get their vaccination shot.

Crimes Against Asians Going Unreported In Fresno

Fresno leaders have announced a proposal to respond to a rise in violence against the Asian and Pacific Islander communities.  The city hopes to create an Office of Community Affairs, hiring local community liaisons.
Reporter: Soreath Hok, Valley Public Radio

Haitian Asylum-Seekers Face Challenges in Mexico

A community of Haitian migrants has been in Tijuana for nearly a decade, fleeing a devastating earthquake, hurricanes, financial collapse and now, deep political instability and violence.  But many have been unable to make a life for themselves in Mexico.
Reporter: Max Rivlin-Nadler, KPBS