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COVID-19 Vaccine: California Could Get First Round Of Vaccinations By Mid-DecemberThe first round of coronavirus vaccines may arrive in California in a matter of weeks. Moderna will apply for emergency use authorization for its COVID-19 vaccine with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Oakland 'Chopped' Winner Creates Food Collective To Help Black Chefs Survive The PandemicOakland Chef Rashad Armstead who gained TV cooking show fame as the winner 'Chopped,' is sharing his good fortune and business skills with other black food entrepreneurs during the pandemic.
COVID Purple Tier: Santa Clara County New COVID Cases Soar Over 800; Returning Travelers Face QuarantineAs the flights landed at Norman Y. Mineta International Airport Monday, passengers were greeted by tough new COVID-19 restrictions including a 14-day quarantine for anyone arriving to Santa Clara County from a trip of more than 150 miles.
Stanford Hoover Institution Fellow Dr. Scott Atlas Resigns As Trump COVID-19 AdvisorDr. Scott Atlas, a fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution who has faced controversy for advising President Donald Trump on the COVID-19 pandemic, has resigned.
COVID California Aid: Impacted Businesses To Receive Tax Relief, $500M In GrantsCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom has announced additional aid for businesses impacted by COVID-19 in the form of grants and tax relief.
COVID Purple Tier: Newsom Warns Surging Cases Could Overwhelm State's ICU Capacity By ChristmasWith new COVID cases continuing to surge across California, Gov. Gavin Newsom delivered a somber prediction Monday that by Christmas the state could run out of beds in ICU units needed to take care of those most critically ill with the coronavirus, flu and and other life-threatening illnesses.