This brand new year offers the promise of Covid-19 vaccinations administered in phases across Madera County, but the coronavirus case count continues to grow.
In a region where ICU capacity remains at 0 percent availability, and the number of residents hospitalized in the county continues to increase, shutdown-induced economic stress on families and businesses just adds to the pressure.
“We all want a return to normal,” said officials with the Madera County Department of Public Health (MCD...
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