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SDSU has both the highest percentage of vaccinated students and the highest case count.

COVID update: the good, bad and ugly

by Katelynn Robinson, News Editor // October 13, 2021

One year ago today, San Diego State announced there had been a total of 1,157 COVID-19 cases, over 400 being on campus and 726 from students off-campus.  Since...

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Doctors dismantle dangerous COVID-19 vaccine rumors and address concerns about how the virus spreads.

Misinformation clouding your judgement? Health professionals discuss COVID-19 truths

by Cheryl Akpenyi, Contributor // September 29, 2021

On Wednesday, Sept. 22  The San Diego Association of Black Journalists organization hosted an event called "Myth Busting Covid: Fact or Fiction?" The...

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A community-based approach to COVID-19 vaccine distribution is beneficial

A community-based approach to COVID-19 vaccine distribution is beneficial

by Jessica Octavio, Senior Staff Writer // August 3, 2021

Under the guidance of anthropologist Dr. EJ Sobo and School of Public Health co-lead Noe Crespo, San Diego State University researchers have gained valuable...

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San Diego State football head coach Brady Hoke speaks in front of the media on April 20, 2021 to provide an update on spring practices.

Spring ball update: Upperclassmen show leadership, Aztecs receive COVID-19 vaccine

by Andrew Finley, Senior Staff Writer // April 27, 2021

After a full week of spring practices in the rear-view mirror, SDSU football is starting to fire on all cylinders. An inter-squad scrimmage to end week...

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SDSUs Hepner Hall building

Pending FDA approval, CSU and UC will require COVID-19 vaccines in the fall

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // April 22, 2021

The California State University and University of California systems will require all students, faculty and staff (including auxiliary employees and contractors)...

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Opinion: Why you should get the COVID-19 vaccine

Opinion: Why you should get the COVID-19 vaccine

by Sara Rott, Staff Writer // April 21, 2021

It's been a year since what's felt like the world has shut down, a pandemic struck and barriers prevented us from going about our daily lives. Now we...

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CA Comisario de Seguros y Gradado de SDSU Ricardo Lara recibe la primera dosis de la vacuna contra COVID-19

Ricardo Lara recibe la primera dosis de la vacuna contra COVID-19 como un mensaje para la comunidad latinx

by Karina Bazarte, Assistant Mundo Azteca Editor // April 21, 2021

El 15 de abril, el Comisario de Seguros de California, Ricardo Lara tomó su primer dosis de la vacuna Pfizer en Viejas Arena en la Universidad Estatal...

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Nursing junior Gillian Werolin, along with classmates Jenny Yuan and Lisa Phan, are one of nearly 300 SDSU nursing students partnering with local health nonprofits to help vaccinate San Diegans against COVID-19.

SDSU Nursing Students partner with San Diego County to assist in local COVID-19 vaccination effort

by Ryan Hardison, Senior Staff Writer // March 30, 2021

Currently, there are over 25 vaccination sites throughout San Diego County and with more locations opening soon, the county is looking for qualified volunteers...

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San Diego County opening vaccination site at Viejas Arena

by Alexa Oslowski, Photo Editor // March 22, 2021

Starting on March 23, Viejas Arena will become San Diego County’s newest vaccine site, according to an email sent by San Diego State President Adela...

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A newstand with an old, faded edition of The Daily Aztec print edition.

An unprecedented year in review: Online classes, spring break cancellation, struggle for racial justice

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // March 10, 2021

On March 11, 2020, The Daily Aztec published its last print edition, although editors at the time did not know it. Days later, San Diego State announced...

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SDSU student employees, faculty to be eligible for vaccinations pending county approval

SDSU student employees, faculty to be eligible for vaccinations pending county approval

by Patrick Doyle, Senior Staff Writer // February 24, 2021

San Diego State has announced that all faculty, staff and student employees will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine once the County of San Diego...

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SDSU student employees, faculty to be eligible for vaccinations pending county approval

SDSU student employees, faculty to be eligible for vaccinations pending county approval

by Patrick Doyle, Senior Staff Writer // February 21, 2021

San Diego State has announced that all faculty, staff and student employees will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine once the County of San Diego...

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