Governor Newsom Announces New Resource to Make COVID-19 Vaccinations More Convenient for Working Californians

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Thursday, May 20, 2021Contact: Governor’s Press Office (916) 445-4571 New online resource streamlines workplace clinic requests CDPH to connect employers with providers to host vaccination events SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the state’s new Employer Vaccination Toolkit, which will ease the process for employers to request a workplace clinic or local provider partner, making COVID-19 vaccines even more accessible for their employees.“Anyone who wants to should be able to get vaccinated,” said Governor Newsom.

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PREPARING FOR EXTREME HEAT, PUBLIC SAFETY POWER SHUTOFFS, AND WILDFIRE EMERGENCIES

California Department of Social Services PIN 21-07-CCLD May 20, 2021 TO: ALL COMMUNITY CARE LICENSED PROVIDERS Original signed by Kevin Gaines FROM: KEVIN GAINESDeputy DirectorCommunity Care Licensing Division SUBJECT: PREPARING FOR EXTREME HEAT, PUBLIC SAFETY POWER SHUTOFFS, AND WILDFIRE EMERGENCIES Provider Information Notice (PIN) Summary PIN 21-07-CCLD informs providers about the need to prepare for extreme heat, public safety power shutoffs (PSPS), and wildfire emergencies.

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Elderly Japanese Americans Must Find New Housing After State Approves Closure Of Their Senior Home

By Josie Huang, LAist, May 20 2021 Ida Kawasaki’s aunt lives at the Sakura Gardens facility slated to close. Kawasaki has joined a group fighting the closure. (JOSIE HUANG/LAIST) This week, dozens of residents at a senior living campus established decades ago for L.A.’s Japanese American elders got the news they’ve been dreading: The state of California has given the owner permission to close part of the Sakura Gardens facility in Boyle Heights.

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