Rep. Thompson to hold webinar on Coronavirus Relief for Small Businesses

JohnGlidden.com staff report | Jan. 13, 2021 Congressman Mike Thompson, D-St. Helena, will host a webinar on Coronavirus relief for small businesses this Friday, Thompson’s office announced. All constituents in California’s Fifth Congressional District are invited to join the webinar which will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. PST. Thompson’s office said thisContinue reading “Rep. Thompson to hold webinar on Coronavirus Relief for Small Businesses”

[Brief] Congressman Thompson gets COVID-19 vaccine

JohnGlidden.com staff report | Dec. 19, 2020 WASHINGTON, D.C. – The office of Rep. Mike Thompson, D-St. Helena, announced that on Saturday the congressman received the first of two injections for the COVID-19 vaccine. The dose was received at the advice of the House Attending Physician for continuity of government purposes and he will receiveContinue reading “[Brief] Congressman Thompson gets COVID-19 vaccine”

[Brief] Thompson to host town hall on surging COVID-19 cases

JohnGlidden.com staff report | Nov. 18, 2020 NAPA – Rep. Mike Thompson, D-St. Helena, will be joined by health professionals on Thursday to discuss the increase in Coronavirus case rate, Thompson’s office announced this week. The virtual forum will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. George Rutherford, MD, professor of epidemiology & biostatistics at University ofContinue reading “[Brief] Thompson to host town hall on surging COVID-19 cases”

[Brief] Fourth Benicia firefighter tests positive for COVID-19

JohnGlidden.com staff report | Nov. 8, 2020 BENICIA – A Benicia firefighter has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a city of Benicia press release. The infection is the fourth for the Benicia Fire Department, and the seventh city employee overall to be infected with Novel Coronavirus. The firefighter was last on duty Nov. 4 andContinue reading “[Brief] Fourth Benicia firefighter tests positive for COVID-19”

[Brief] Vallejo playgrounds reopen under new state guidelines

JohnGlidden.com staff report | Oct. 12, 2020 Kids rejoice as the Greater Vallejo Recreation District has reopened the city’s playgrounds under new health guidelines. On Sept. 28, the California Department of Public Health issued guidance outlining how outdoor playgrounds and other recreational facilities can be used amid COVID-19. Under the new rules, everyone 2 yearsContinue reading “[Brief] Vallejo playgrounds reopen under new state guidelines”