Health

Small Winery Operators Fear New California Wastewater Rules Will Cork ProfitsCalifornia regulators have approved a new set of statewide rules for wastewater discharged from wineries and some smaller operators in the North Bay are saying the new requirements could put them out of business.
Bay Area COVID-19 Vaccination Rate Likely to Lag Demand for MonthsThis week it became increasingly clear that the limited supply of coronavirus vaccine will be an ongoing problem for weeks and, perhaps, months.
Some Bay Area Communities See Hopeful COVID-19 DeclineEncouraging infection-rate trends in San Francisco prompted the mayor to suggest that an easing of COVID restrictions may come sooner rather than later.
COVID Surge: San Mateo County Sues Yoga Studio For Ignoring State Health Orders, Win Restraining OrderSan Mateo County sued a local yoga studio last week over its refusal to comply with state public health orders issued to decrease the spread of COVID-19. On Friday, a judge granted the county a restraining order against the studio, closing it temporarily.
COVID Vaccines: California Ranks Last Among States In Percentage Of Vaccines AdministeredCalifornia, once hailed as a model for combating the COVID pandemic before the virus surge made it one of the worst states in terms of new cases and deaths, now ranks last in COVID vaccinations.
Alameda County Leaders, Health Officials Address Slow Vaccination Rollout at Virtual MeetingThe coronavirus vaccine rollout hasn't progressed as rapidly as hoped and Alameda County officials admit it may feel as if the county is moving at a slower rate than its neighbors.

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Full interview: Dr. Deborah Birx on "Face the Nation"Former White House coronavirus response coordinator talks exclusively with "Face the Nation" in her first interview since leaving the Trump task force.
Video shows Tacoma officer drive into crowd, injuring at least 1"This officer just ran this group of people over and then fled the scene," a woman at the scene told CBS Seattle affiliate KIRO-TV.
Chicago teachers vote against order to resume in-person learningMembers of the Chicago Teachers Union are citing concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic for not returning to in-person instruction.
Saturday Sessions: This Is The Kit performs "Coming To Get You Nowhere"This Is The Kit is both the alias of British musician Kate Stables and the name of her band. Based in Paris, the group has toured with fellow cutting-edge bands like "The National" and "Iron and Wine." This fall they released their fifth studio album, "Off Off On." The band joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" from Lyon, France to perform "Coming To Get You Nowhere."
Saturday Sessions: This Is The Kit performs "This Is What You Did"This Is The Kit is both the alias of British musician Kate Stables and the name of her band. Based in Paris, the group has toured with fellow cutting-edge bands like "The National" and "Iron and Wine." This fall they released their fifth studio album, "Off Off On." The band joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" from Lyon, France to perform "This Is What You Did."
Saturday Sessions: This Is The Kit performs "Was Magician"This Is The Kit is both the alias of British musician Kate Stables and the name of her band. Based in Paris, the group has toured with fellow cutting-edge bands like "The National" and "Iron and Wine." This fall they released their fifth studio album, "Off Off On." The band joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" from Lyon, France to perform "Was Magician."

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Transcript: Dr. Deborah Birx on "Face the Nation"The following is an extended transcript of an interview with former White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx that aired Sunday, January 24, 2021, on "Face the Nation."
Gottlieb "fairly confident" that new Brazilian virus strain is in U.S.New COVID-19 strains have been detected in the United Kingdom, South Africa and Brazil.
Transcript: Dr. Deborah Birx on "Face the Nation"The following is a transcript of an interview with former White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx that aired Sunday, January 24, 2021, on "Face the Nation."
Documentary shines light on Wuhan lockdownSaturday marks the one year anniversary of the Wuhan lockdown. For the next 76 days, residents of the Chinese town were forced to stay inside, while little information managed to get out. A new documentary titled "76 Days" is shedding light on those chaotic moments in the first hospitals to battle COVID-19. Brook Silva-Braga has an exclusive look at the film, which contains graphic material that may be hard to watch.
First female-run shop in London's Savile Row opens upIn the world of tailoring, there's no place as legendary as London's Savile Row. Since the 1600s, it has been where tailors have created bespoke clothing, custom measured, cut and sewn for clients. Traditionally, both clients and tailors have been men but a new shop is bringing some change to the shopping street. Roxana Saberi has the story.
Protests erupt in Russia after arrest of opposition leader Alexey NavalnyThousands of supporters of Alexey Navalny, one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's most outspoken critics, have taken to the nation's streets. The opposition leader was detained as soon as he returned to Russia on Sunday. Elizabeth Palmer reports on how Navalny is causing a headache for the Kremlin.