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You should get your first dose of the vaccine before returning to campus, health staff say

You should get your first dose of the vaccine before returning to campus, health staff say

Teddy Ha, Reporter/ Digital freelancer | May 1, 2021
As De Anza College continues to consider safety concerns in their campus reopening plan, health faculty encouraged students to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
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Vaccine passports won’t return us to normalcy

Lianna Vaughan, Reporter | April 30, 2021
Vaccination passports will not accelerate the return to normalcy and will only worsen inequities.
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Do students have a vaccine preference?

April 10, 2021
As vaccination for all adults opens up on April 15, De Anza College students are deciding which vaccine provider they prefer. 
Hospitals, including the Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose (pictured) are having their vaccination procedures reviewed by the county

Los Gatos teachers skipping the vaccination line worsens socioeconomic inequality

Amy Chan, Reporter | February 7, 2021

Los Gatos Union School District staff got to get the vaccine before priority groups, a testament to our unequal society where the rich find workarounds to problems that debilitate marginalized communities. It...

Pie chart showing the result of the poll of Reddit as well as a few outside comments from Facebook to Discord. Pie chart made on Canva

Majority of De Anza Students willing to get COVID-19 vaccine, poll finds

Michael Davis, Reporter | January 28, 2021

Emma Caward is one of the 130 De Anza College students out of 171 who said they would get the COVID-19 vaccine. Her father suffers from Parkinson’s disease and his brain surgery was postponed due...

De Anza nursing program works to ensure students are eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations

De Anza nursing program works to ensure students are eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations

Amanda Nguyen, Reporter | January 25, 2021

De Anza College students in the nursing program are eligible to get COVID-19 vaccinations — but so far, the process has been inconsistent. Sherri Cozzens, assistant director of the nursing program,...

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