The California State University (CSU) system announced Thursday, April 22 that all 23 campuses will require the COVID-19 vaccination upon full approval of one or more vaccines by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), according to a press release.
A symphony of loud music and cheers filled Mission Plaza Sunday afternoon as community members celebrated president-elect Joe Biden’s victory for the second day in San Luis Obispo.
San Luis Obispo community members cheered, danced and sang together in triumph after Joe Biden was announced president-elect of the United States.
Although Cal Poly is on the quarter system, both Winter and Spring quarters will maintain minimal in-person learning, according to University Spokesperson Matt Lazier.
San Luis Obispo County has been on the state monitoring list since July 17, but President Armstrong said he is “cautiously optimistic” that Cal Poly will be allowed to offer some in-person classes in the fall, according to a campus-wide…
San Luis Obispo now has 1,902 confirmed cases of coronavirus as of Monday, August 3 – up 42 cases from yesterday, according to County Public Health.
Both individuals also lived at Vineyard Hills Health Center, a Templeton nursing facility that is experiencing an outbreak of COVID-19, according to the press release. Since the outbreak began, three residents and one former resident of the facility have died due to COVID-19.
San Luis Obispo County now has 1,500 confirmed cases of coronavirus as of Friday, July 24 – up 33 cases from yesterday, according to County Public Health.
The resident was in their 80s and had underlying health conditions, according to a press release. The patient had been hospitalized for three days after they were discharged from a long-term care facility that recently had a coronavirus outbreak, the press release read.
San Luis Obispo now has 1,467 confirmed cases of coronavirus as of Thursday, July 23 – up 74 cases from yesterday, according to County Public Health.
“We have lost another member of our community to this disease and I offer our sincere condolences to the family and all those who are touched by this loss,” Public County Health Officer Penny Borenstein. “We are seeing an uptick in cases in congregate settings such as skilled nursing facilities in SLO County and we need everyone to do their part to help slow the spread of this disease.”