HIV Setbacks During Pandemic | Latest COVID Research & Recommendations | Primary Preview | Jazz Pianist Michael Wolff’s Autobiography
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A COVID-19 testing center runs at the Serna Center in Sacramento, Calif, on Monday, Jan. 3, 2022.
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Updated at 11:36 a.m.
HIV prevention setbacks during the pandemic. Latest COVID-19 research and vaccine recommendations. Voting trends for the 2022 Primary. Jazz pianist Michael Wolff’s autobiography “On That Note.”
- Dr. Monica Gandhi, Infectious Diseases doctor, Director of the UCSF Center for AIDS Research and the Medical Director of the HIV Clinic at SFGH ("Ward 86"), discusses the setbacks to the HIV epidemic during the pandemic, as well as the latest COVID-19 research and recommendations for second boosters, pediatric vaccinations, and hybrid immunity.
- Mindy Romero, Director of the USC Center for Inclusive Democracy, discusses voting trends and consequences of underrepresentation for the 2022 Primary.
- CapRadio Jazz Music Director Gary Vercelli shares his interview with pianist Michael Wolff who published his autobiography “On That Note.”
Correction: Dr. Monica Gandhi's title was unclear in a previous version of this article. It has been updated.