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COVID: Lower Levels Of Viral RNA In Wastewater May Signal Turning Point In SurgeAs the Omicron rages on, Bay Area health experts believe we could be at a turning point in this latest surge of the pandemic, based on a decline in the virus' RNA detected in Santa Clara County's wastewater.
COVID: Unions Push Back On State Guidelines Allowing Health Care Workers With Coronavirus To Return To WorkNew guidelines allowing health care workers across the state who test positive for coronavirus to come back to work under certain conditions are getting pushback from unions.
Kaiser Members Given Less Than Recommended Dose of Pfizer COVID Vaccine At Walnut Creek FacilityKaiser Permanente has alerted nearly 4,000 of its members who received a Pfizer COVID vaccine at its Walnut Creek Medical Center that they may have received less than a full dose.
Feds To Begin Distributing Free At-Home COVID Testing Kits; Here's How To Get Your Free TestsThe scramble for COVID testing amid the omicron surge continued Friday, but some relief may soon be on the way in the form of free self-testing kits delivered to your home courtesy of the federal government.
Bay Area Health Experts Look Past Omicron, Envision Post-Pandemic COVID WorldQuestions about what happens after the latest omicron surge have Bay Area health experts weighing in.
With Omicron Still Looming, Death Angel Readies Return to Live PerformanceBefore the pandemic, the nightlife industry in the Bay Area was a major contributor to the local economy. Now, the highly contagious omicron coronavirus variant poses a new threat