50 retired nuns, including a 100-year-old sister, get coronavirus vaccines

Nuns get their second COVID-19 vaccines at the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet independent living center in Los Angeles on Wednesday, March 3, 2021 from a pop-up vaccination clinic. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Nuns get their second COVID-19 vaccines at the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet independent living center in Los Angeles on Wednesday, March 3, 2021 from a pop-up vaccination clinic. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) ...
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LA County reports 22 deaths, 1,313 new coronavirus cases as major shipment of vaccines rolls in

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health officials reported 22 new deaths and 1,313 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, March 7. The lower-than-usual numbers may be reflective of scaled-back weekend record keeping, but marked significant decline from an uptick in mid-week numbers that raised concern for officials after weeks of statistical downturns. The new numbers brought the county’s totals to 1,203,152 cases and 22,029 deaths since the pandemic began. Nearly 5.9 mission county residents h...
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10 Tips for Wearing Makeup With a Face Mask

After a year of living in them, we've finally figured out how to wear face mask makeup.
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How a gaming app is helping San Bernardino students learn tech skills

What if you could turn the drudgery of classwork into a game instead? Imagine saying goodbye to traditional homework, deadlines and the strict confines of a classroom. Now imagine learning whenever you want by using a smartphone. Skillsgapp, a gaming development company, is working with the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools to provide interactive apps focused on helping students gain the skills needed to land good-paying jobs in today’s economy. The Greenville, S.C.-based company l...
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French senior citizens link up with language students in lockdown

ShareAmi scheme aims to combat the isolation felt by many older people during the pandemicCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAfter spending a third of his placement in France stuck in lockdown, modern languages student Elliot Bellman was worried his conversation skills might suffer. But his weekly chats with Mme Tolu, a Parisian care home resident in her 80s, have helped keep his fluency up to scratch.“During the pandemic it’s difficult to travel and have those normal ex...
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Covid data show sewage monitoring could be vital in infection control

A pilot study’s analysis of schools’ wastewater shows its potential as an early warning system for public health teamsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageSchools may have had more Covid-19 infections before Christmas than previous research showed, according to data from a pilot study that senior public health experts believe could provide a crucial early warning system against future outbreaks.Covid was present in the sewage of 80% of 16 primary and secondary schools in E...
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The lockdown generation: 16 young people on spending a year at home

Missing friends, learning new skills, playing online in lessons. On the eve of returning to school, we talk to children and teens and ask how they’ve fared during the pandemicI’m a very overthinking person. When I first heard about a virus it made me really shaky. It set my anxiety to a nine or a 10. When they shut school, I thought it might be five or six weeks at the most. I didn’t think it would span months. Continue reading...
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