COVID-19 in California: Track cases, vaccinations, delta variant updates and testing information - KCRA Sacramento
Sep 19, 2021 1 min, 30 secs

As the delta variant of COVID-19 continues to spread across the country, California is ramping up its vaccination efforts to prevent the spread of the virus.

The state has mandated that all health care workers, state employees and school staff be vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo regular testing.

Below you’ll find information on the latest COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, community transmission, breakdowns of vaccination rates and the latest headlines.

(App users, click here to see the latest COVID-19 case and testing numbers).

You can find the state's latest updates on and check the notification tool My Turn for information on eligibility and to schedule appointments.

Hailed as vaccine game-changers for the medical community, health officials say both the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are different than any other used for viruses such as the flu, measles or polio.

28, the Food and Drug Administration authorized Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine — the first single-dose COVID-19 vaccine available in the U.S.

The vaccine is authorized for people ages 18 and older.

Health officials said in an update on April 23 they were aware of 15 cases of the unusual clots since the government authorized use of the vaccine and nearly 8 million shots were given.

KCRA 3 has taken viewer questions about the vaccine to health experts.

Demand for COVID-19 testing in California and across the country has surged as the highly infectious delta variant spreads and proof of a negative test is increasingly being required for travel, admission to entertainment events, job sites and schools.

Testing should be free for individuals with few exceptions at COVID-19 testing sites licensed in California.

Here is where you can search for a testing site by address, city, county or ZIP code in California.

Here is where you find the state's latest information on COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.

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