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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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Lee Riley, UC Berkeley School of Public Health professor and chair of the infectious disease and vaccinology division, died at age 73 on Oct. 19. 
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Lee Riley, UC Berkeley School of Public Health professor and chair of the infectious disease and vaccinology division, died at age 73 on Oct. 19. 
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A doctor and former UCLA employee filed a class action lawsuit against the Regents of the University of California on Oct. 5 over his termination for refusing to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. 
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A doctor and former UCLA employee filed a class action lawsuit against the Regents of the University of California on Oct. 5 over his termination for refusing to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. 
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BART will end its mask mandate effective Oct. 2 following the expiration of an two-month-old order that required masking in the system's ticketed areas. 
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BART will end its mask mandate effective Oct. 2 following the expiration of an two-month-old order that required masking in the system's ticketed areas. 
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Berkeley City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to take the first steps toward plans to stimulate and retain startups in the city. 
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Berkeley City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to take the first steps toward plans to stimulate and retain startups in the city. 
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The city of Berkeley partnered with Steamworks, a bathhouse in Berkeley that primarily serves gay men, to provide monkeypox vaccines to the public.
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The city of Berkeley partnered with Steamworks, a bathhouse in Berkeley that primarily serves gay men, to provide monkeypox vaccines to the public.
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An independent panel of advisors to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, voted Saturday to recommend vaccinating young children with COVID-19 vaccines manufactured by either Moderna or Pfizer, as first reported by NPR.
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An independent panel of advisors to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, voted Saturday to recommend vaccinating young children with COVID-19 vaccines manufactured by either Moderna or Pfizer, as first reported by NPR.
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AC Transit is reinstating its mask mandate policy, effective June 3, due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in Alameda County.
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AC Transit is reinstating its mask mandate policy, effective June 3, due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in Alameda County.
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I’m here to look into and fully explain some common phrases and concepts we now use in everyday speech that were so infrequently used before 2020.
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I’m here to look into and fully explain some common phrases and concepts we now use in everyday speech that were so infrequently used before 2020.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday a long-term strategy for COVID-19 centered around monitoring new variants and stockpiling resources while expecting disease transmission to continue. 
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday a long-term strategy for COVID-19 centered around monitoring new variants and stockpiling resources while expecting disease transmission to continue. 
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Following UC Berkeley's decision to extend its mask mandate by a week, some think it goes too far, while others think it doesn't go far enough.
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Following UC Berkeley's decision to extend its mask mandate by a week, some think it goes too far, while others think it doesn't go far enough.
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