Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: Tax Surprise For EDD Fraud Victims; Twitter Coronavirus 'Strike System' Crackdown; School Reopening Plan Faces Legislature VoteWith the surge in new coronavirus cases beginning to ease and demand for vaccination growing, the information you need to know is coming fast and furious. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 24 hours.
COVID: Healdsburg Family Leaving California On Cross-Country Trip In Search Of New Home With the pandemic bringing normal life to a halt, a growing number of people are moving out of the Bay Area and California in general. Monday morning, one Healdsburg family joined the exodus, but they’ve decided to make their move the trip of a lifetime.
Victims Of Anti-Asian Attacks Across The Country Reflect On Violence During The Pandemic
COVID: SF Restaurants Use High-Tech Tools To Make Indoor Dining SafeWhen diners return indoors to La Mar in San Francisco, the food and the space will look familiar, but hidden in its HVAC system is patented technology that works to safely clean indoor air.
COVID: Some High School Students Return To Classroom Learning In Marin CountyWhile public Schools in San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose remain in distance learning, Marin County is accelerating its reopenings even for high schools.
COVID Vaccine: Santa Clara County Debuts Vaccination Site For Teachers, Education Workers At FairgroundsSanta Clara County is trying to make it easier and faster for educators to get vaccinated amid increasingly loud calls for schools to reopen.
COVID: Twitter Cracks Down On Coronavirus Misinformation With 'Strike System' To Remove ViolatorsTwitter says it has begun labeling tweets that include misleading information about COVID-19 vaccines and using a “strike system” to eventually remove accounts that repeatedly violate its rules.
COVID: Group Calls Berkeley Teachers' Union Leader A Hypocrite For Taking Child To Private PreschoolAn East Bay teacher and union leader is under fire Monday, accused of being a hypocrite in the fight to reopen schools only after teachers have been vaccinated.
Zoom Posts Big Quarter Even As Subscriber Growth SlowsZoom’s astronomical growth is tapering off along with the pandemic, raising questions about whether the San Jose-based videoconferencing service’s immense popularity will fade.
COVID: Newsom Hammers Out Back To School Deal With State LawmakersAs high school students in Marin County return to classrooms on Monday, Gov. Gavin Newsom has hammered out a deal with state lawmakers to get most public school children statewide back in classrooms by the end of March.
COVID: Santa Rosa Officials Receive Vaccines For Teachers In Advance Of School ReopeningsSanta Rosa schools officials say they have obtained an additional 1,500 doses of the COVID vaccine for their employees, which will allow the district to vaccinate staff before it reopens in-person K-6 elementary schools on April 1.
Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: School Days Return In Marin; Farmworkers Vaccinated In Morgan Hill; J&J Vaccine Shipments On The WayWith the surge in new coronavirus cases beginning to ease and demand for vaccination growing, the information you need to know is coming fast and furious. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the weekend.
Santa Clara Officials Open COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic At Local FarmSanta Clara County health officials expanded their COVID-19 vaccination efforts Sunday, bringing a mobile unit to Monterey Mushrooms, a large agricultural employer in Morgan Hill.
California Tax Revenues Soar as Rich Get Richer Despite PandemicAs of January, California tax collections were $10.5 billion ahead of projections. By the end of the fiscal year on July 1, Gov. Gavin Newsom and the state legislature could have a $19 billion surplus
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Shipments Could Arrive As Soon As MondayThe FDA granted emergency use approval for Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine Saturday, making it the third vaccine in the nation's war against the virus.