Stacy Pearce, the Berrendos Middle School teacher whose post went viral on the social media for wearing a yellow Star of David while comparing Covid-19 vaccine and testing requirements to the Jewish Holocaust, has been placed on administrative leave while… Continue Reading
1. I’m not sure if it’s safe. Bullshit. Hundreds of millions of people have received this vaccine. Vaccine adverse events show up in days to months. We’ve had very close monitoring of these vaccines for over 7 months since it… Continue Reading
“When is it my turn for vaccine?” Maybe now! Here are some examples of people who qualify NOW: People who work in restaurants, pharmacies, grocery stores, convenience stores, pet stores, take-out and delivery, farmers, janitors, educators, veterinarians, healthcare workers, sawmills,… Continue Reading
Since the beginning of this pandemic, we have all been anxiously awaiting a “return to normal”. In reality, I suspect that there is going to be a new normal as infections like Covid19 continue to infiltrate our global community.… Continue Reading
To help parents comply with a new law, Shasta County Public Health is partnering with the Shasta County Office of Education and local high schools to offer eight clinics at Shasta County schools to give booster shots to protect against whooping cough. The first is Tuesday.
AB 354 requires all children entering 7th through 12th grade to … Continue Reading
SHASTA COUNTY – A limited supply of Pandemic H1N1 flu vaccine shots and nasal spray has arrived at Shasta County Public Health. Public Health will distribute most doses to local vaccine providers, and set aside 400 doses to be given… Continue Reading