Governor Newsom has clarified what he said about the mask mandate ending June 15th.
Now he said that the state will not require people to wear masks outdoors after June 15, but he said that some indoor requirements will most likely remain in place. He said, “Outdoor masking, if we reach that threshold, will be substantially — in fact, will be eliminated. Indoor activities, we will still likely have some mask guidelines and mandates but we hope sooner than later that those will be lifted as well.” He did not provide any other specific details.
Starting today, San Diegans ages 12-15 can get the Pfizer vaccine.
Consent from a parent or guardian is required to get the vaccine and an appointment must be made online.
A huge mural of Fernando Tatis Jr is now up in Ocean Beach.
It’s part of a series of art projects the Padres are commissioning throughout San Diego this season. The mural is on the side of Apple Tree market's west wall near the corner of Newport Ave. and Bacon St.
The mural shows Tatis well-known "bat flip" that is on the cover of this year's installment of the video game "MLB: The Show." There’s another Padres mural of Joe Musgrove, the first Padre to throw a no-hitter for the team up at his former high school, Grossmont High in El Cajon.
The San Diego Zoo Safari Park gorillas have fully recovered from COVID-19!!
It has been five months since apes at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park made headlines for being the first known gorillas in the world to contract COVID-19 and their first few weeks were rough. The entire troop of 8 apes quarantined together and now they are all fully recovered. "The gorillas are doing great, and they're up to their old antics.
According to a new study, regularly petting dogs can help lower stress level and significantly reduce anxiety and more specifically, this can help struggling students.
When you’re looking at the ability to study, engage, concentrate and take a test, having the animal aspect is very powerful. Being calm is helpful for learning especially for those who struggle with stress and learning.”