Community Updates

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    April 22 Updates

    FDA Authorizes First Test for Patient At-Home Sample Collection The FDA has issued an emergency use authorization for LabCorp’s COVID-19 at home testing kit. The kit requires an individual to collect a nasal swab and mail it back to LabCorp for testing. Expert U.S. Panel Develops NIH Treatment Guidelines for COVID-19 The National Institute of Health […]

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    April 21 Updates

    Facebook Live Event on Homeownership and Renting Challenges California State Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris’s office is sponsoring a Facebook Live event to discuss challenges being faced by homeowners and renters during COVID-19 and offer resources and solutions. The event is tomorrow, Wednesday, April 22nd, from 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. via Facebook Live. The event will cover […]

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    April 20 Updates

    Orange County COVID-19 Hotline Closed Effective last Saturday, April 18, the Orange County COVID-19 Public Information Hotline will refer callers to the OC Health Care Agency Health Referral Line. County residents can continue to call 1(833) 426-6411 for inquiries related to novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Orange County, California. Physicians May Temporarily Supervise more than 4 […]

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    April 17 Updates

    WHO Sets 6 Conditions For Ending A Coronavirus Lockdown The WHO has released a list of criteria necessary for a nation to transition toward a sustainable state of low or no transmission. California governor expects $7 billion in virus spending California lawmakers will hold their first oversight hearing to examine how Governor Gavin Newsom has spent more than $2 […]

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    April 16 Updates

    Doctors Find Coronavirus Damages Kidneys and Heart, too Evidence shows that COVID-19 not only detrimentally affects respiratory organs, but also results in “heart inflammation, acute kidney disease, neurological malfunction, blood clots, intestinal damage and liver problems.” CA to Provide Relief for Undocumented Immigrants Governor Newsom has announced new initiatives to aid workers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Included are an […]

Making Your Own Difference

One of UCI’s primary concerns is the health and well-being of our community, and we send our thoughts to all those impacted by COVID-19.

During this unprecedented time, your support is more important than ever. Your gift can help UCI and UCI Health mitigate the impact of COVID-19 through the expansion of UCI Health’s capacity to test, treat and house Orange County patients and the advancement of critical research and community initiatives. No gesture is too small.