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UC Davis Health publishes lessons from first coronavirus patient

365体育投注On Feb. 26, the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento announced that it was treating the first case of community-acquired COVID-19 in the United States. The patient had neither traveled to a high-risk country nor come into contact with a person known to have the virus. Her case, which made headlines nationwide, was an early […]

UCD student and faculty member test positive for COVID-19

A UC Davis faculty member and a student have tested positive for COVID-19, UC Davis Chancellor Gary S. May announced Friday. They are the first two members of the UCD community the campus has announced to have the virus. Both acquired COVID-19 through travel and have since returned to the United States. The UCD faculty […]

Yolo County health care providers prepare for surge

As the number of COVID-19 cases in the United States continues to climb, hospitals and clinics have begun to see an influx of patients in severe respiratory distress. Intensive care units in New York and New Orleans turned into coronavirus wards nearly overnight, with cities placing urgent orders for life-saving medical equipment.

Local blood banks report urgent shortage

365体育投注Local officials from medical groups and blood banks have warned that the greater Sacramento region is on the cusp of a major blood shortage. Vitalant, the United States’ second largest blood supply organization, issued a Level 2 alert this week. “At Level 3, we’re telling hospitals they need to cancel or postpone certain procedures or […]

UC Davis suspends campus operations

365体育投注Essential services remain open Following directives from Yolo and Sacramento counties to “shelter-in-place,” UC Davis announced Wednesday it will suspend operations, with the exception of some essential programs and services. The campus announced last week that all spring quarter classes will be taught remotely. The measures, like others taken up across the country, are part […]

UC regents postpone vote on tuition hike

The University of California Board of Regents has postponed a vote on a five-year tuition increase, the regents announced Wednesday. The decision was made at a monthly regents meeting, which was held by video conference amid efforts to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). “In this moment of great uncertainty, adding a change […]

Campus graffiti takes aim at Chinese government

Graffiti blaming the Chinese government for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic was found Tuesday on a shipping container at UC Davis’s Toomey Field. “The Chinese Communist Party = a danger to society,” the graffiti read, according to the California Aggie. It was accompanied by a spray-painted drawing of a man wearing a surgical mask. The […]

‘We don’t have a model for this’: Businesses hit hard by shutdown

Davis businesses opened their doors to a world of uncertainty Monday morning. A “takeout only” sign hung on the door of Fish’s Wild Island Grill, replaced hours later by one saying the restaurant will close until April. Village Pizza & Grill owner Aziz Fattahi closed up after an empty lunch hour and staff at Sam’s Mediterranean went home before 5 p.m.

UC Davis cancels in-person instruction for spring quarter

365体育投注Campus housing remains open, Picnic Day canceled UC Davis administrators announced Saturday that spring-quarter instruction will be done remotely for nearly all students. The decision came as universities across the country cancel in-person classes and activities to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. All ten University of California campuses have now shifted to remote […]

UC Davis students protest Hindu nationalism

Marchers to push for local resolution UC Davis students and faculty protested on campus last week, speaking out against Hindu nationalism — commonly known as Hindutva — a political ideology that espouses that India should be a Hindu state. The students sang songs, recited poetry and shared personal testimonies outside the Memorial Union. Founded in […]

Mondavi Center cancels events

Events canceled through March 31 Events at the Mondavi Center have been canceled through the end of the month due to public health concerns, director Donald F. Roth announced in a press release Thursday. “Out of respect for the health and safety of our campus and community of arts lovers, as of today the Mondavi Center […]

UCD students urge campus to cancel classes amid coronavirus fears

365体育投注In-person final exams are canceled As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continued to spread Tuesday, a growing number of UC Davis students and faculty urged campus administrators to cancel in-person classes. “Our community is growing increasingly concerned with how the administration at UC Davis is failing to recognize the threat that COVID-19 poses to us and […]

A new normal: Davis prepares for the coronavirus

365体育投注Samples of cheese, orange slices and pistachio nuts nestled next to bottles of hand sanitizer at the Davis Farmers Market; Peet’s Coffee and Starbucks shelved their reusable mugs; and Davis Community Church called off Holy Communion. Since Yolo County confirmed its first case of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on Friday, local residents and organizations have […]

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