Having already contracted COVID-19 once, Gerardo Tadeo figured he was low-risk for getting the virus again, especially a serious case of it. “The first time he got it, it was like, it went fast,” said Analy Nava, Tadeo’s sister. “Like he got better really quick." While he was not against the vaccine, the family says Tadeo decided to put it off for some time, too much … [Read more...] about Mourning Families Plead the Unvaccinated to Get the Shot – NBC 7 San Diego
LAS CRUCES - San Diego State entered the game as a 31-point favorite against New Mexico State.The Aztecs didn’t cover, but did rattle off 28 unanswered points for a 28-10 victory over the Aggies in Carson, California on Saturday.The Aztecs won their season opener while the Aggies dropped to 0-2 on the season and lost their 12th straight road game. They play at rival New Mexico … [Read more...] about San Diego State scores 28 unanswered to pull away from New Mexico State
Photo Courtesy of iBio Plants are being transferred from the fully automated vertical farming system to be processed for therapeutic protein extraction. iBio, Inc. (NYSEA: IBIO), a company that produces plant-based antibodies for therapeutics and vaccines, has joined the growing number of life science … [Read more...] about iBio to Grow Talent in S.D.
A new pedestrian bridge extension opened Sunday at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Otay Mesa Port of Entry, directly connecting travelers from the port of entry to the Otay Mesa MTS Transit Center. “It’s easier, actually probably about 10 minutes,” pedestrian Abigail Ruiz said. According to the U.S. General Services Administration, the new northbound pedestrian … [Read more...] about Otay Mesa Port of Entry opens pedestrian bridge extension
Federal unemployment benefits end this weekend for nearly 9 million Americans. While some families try to figure out what comes next, some local restaurant owners are hoping this helps reduce their worker shortage. “It’s been mind boggling how the workforce hasn’t come back. I don’t know if it’s just the restaurant industry or other sectors as well, but I know the restaurant … [Read more...] about COVID Unemployment Benefits Run Out for Many San Diegans – NBC 7 San Diego