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The Record Searchlight reviewed 53 of California’s 58 counties with available data. The review showed some jails have death rates double or triple that of their neighbors or other jail systems of similar size.
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Interviews with law enforcement officials, attorneys and outside experts indicate that changes in policing, initiative in leadership and a prioritization of health can save lives.
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The Tribune spent nine months investigating the issue by talking to residents, conducting surveys, speaking to experts and evaluating government resources.
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The offer of $500 in bonus funds is intended to help with COVID-19-related expenses.
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"If I’m going to die, I’m going to die at home. I don’t want to go to the hospital. I’m going to stay here, for I don’t want to leave behind any more problems than we already have.”
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Before the vaccines start to arrive in various jurisdictions, explain to your audience the character of your county and state health officials.
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"This profound mistrust is fueled by the staggering absence of clear, unified national leadership on the public health crisis, a failure unparalleled in our history," writes public health leader Georges Benjamin.
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High drug prices are making for good politics. Americans keep waiting for that to translate into effective policies.
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Thin medical staffing faces greater scrutiny – even from within the assisted living industry – as COVID-19 cuts a deadly swath through elder care facilities.
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The number of suicides among young Coloradans remains unchanged during the coronavirus pandemic compared to previous years, but school and health officials expect to soon see a “tsunami of need” for mental health care.



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