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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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As cases of COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases reach a recent high, Alameda County’s health officials announce that the county’s transmission level has increased from the CDC’s “low” COVID-19 Community Level to “medium.”
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As cases of COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases reach a recent high, Alameda County’s health officials announce that the county’s transmission level has increased from the CDC’s “low” COVID-19 Community Level to “medium.”
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UC Berkeley's University Health Services will provide flu vaccines and COVID-19 booster shots equipped against the highly infectious omicron variant to campus students at clinics on Sept. 27, 28 and 30. 
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UC Berkeley's University Health Services will provide flu vaccines and COVID-19 booster shots equipped against the highly infectious omicron variant to campus students at clinics on Sept. 27, 28 and 30. 
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UC Berkeley changed its mask policy by removing the requirement that masks must be worn for those who have not received a flu vaccination.
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UC Berkeley changed its mask policy by removing the requirement that masks must be worn for those who have not received a flu vaccination.
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UC Berkeley updated its mask policy to require that masks be worn by those who have not received a flu vaccination.
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UC Berkeley updated its mask policy to require that masks be worn by those who have not received a flu vaccination.
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Since the city of Berkeley partnered with Steamworks in July to distribute vaccines for monkeypox, residents have expressed concerns over access to a second dose.
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Since the city of Berkeley partnered with Steamworks in July to distribute vaccines for monkeypox, residents have expressed concerns over access to a second dose.
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When academic expectations are sky-high and the appetite to grind is insatiable, illness can feel like a thick fog that I should just turn up my collar and trudge through.
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When academic expectations are sky-high and the appetite to grind is insatiable, illness can feel like a thick fog that I should just turn up my collar and trudge through.
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Last week, United for Health at Berkeley, or UFH, hosted a free five-day acupuncture clinic on campus for students and staff mental health.
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Last week, United for Health at Berkeley, or UFH, hosted a free five-day acupuncture clinic on campus for students and staff mental health.
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As classes wind down for the spring semester, the UC Berkeley campus community is again experiencing a rise in COVID-19 cases.
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As classes wind down for the spring semester, the UC Berkeley campus community is again experiencing a rise in COVID-19 cases.
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The Recreational Sports Facility will no longer provide its surveillance testing services as of May 6, according to a campuswide Response & Recovery email.
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The Recreational Sports Facility will no longer provide its surveillance testing services as of May 6, according to a campuswide Response & Recovery email.
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BUSD and UC Berkeley cater to different age groups — but both institutions provide comprehensive and unbiased information on sexual education. 
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BUSD and UC Berkeley cater to different age groups — but both institutions provide comprehensive and unbiased information on sexual education. 
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