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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 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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Disabled students have long expressed allegations of difficulty finding proper support or accommodations within the program.
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Disabled students have long expressed allegations of difficulty finding proper support or accommodations within the program.
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Abortion resources have been notoriously difficult to obtain, even for students seeking one on our very own campus through University Health Services (UHS).
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Abortion resources have been notoriously difficult to obtain, even for students seeking one on our very own campus through University Health Services (UHS).
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The CVS pharmacy at 2300 Shattuck Avenue has posted a sign announcing that the store will close June 15, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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The CVS pharmacy at 2300 Shattuck Avenue has posted a sign announcing that the store will close June 15, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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UC Berkeley recently relaxed COVID-19 restrictions due to a decrease in cases, including the elimination of surveillance testing and relaxed mask requirements in campus buildings regardless of vaccination status. 
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UC Berkeley recently relaxed COVID-19 restrictions due to a decrease in cases, including the elimination of surveillance testing and relaxed mask requirements in campus buildings regardless of vaccination status. 
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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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Campus freshman Bridgette Meshkani is running for ASUC Senate with a platform centered around student safety, Greek life community development and mental health advocacy.
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Campus freshman Bridgette Meshkani is running for ASUC Senate with a platform centered around student safety, Greek life community development and mental health advocacy.
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Amid a surge of omicron cases, UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ confirmed the return to in-person instruction in a campus wide email Tuesday.
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Amid a surge of omicron cases, UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ confirmed the return to in-person instruction in a campus wide email Tuesday.
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Self-isolation and resulting long-term absences have posed challenges to students — and upcoming travel for Thanksgiving may add additional COVID risks.
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Self-isolation and resulting long-term absences have posed challenges to students — and upcoming travel for Thanksgiving may add additional COVID risks.
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The University Health Services Immunization team will be offering a number of campus community members COVID-19 Pfizer booster shots Friday. 
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The University Health Services Immunization team will be offering a number of campus community members COVID-19 Pfizer booster shots Friday. 
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