COVID Vaccines: San Francisco Still Set On Vaccinating All Residents By June, 66% Have Received At Least 1 DoseSan Francisco city officials tasked with leading the city's COVID-19 response said Thursday that although the city is on track to vaccinate all of its residents by June, an unsteady vaccine supply could stifle those plans.
COVID Vaccines: Santa Clara Set To Deliver 1 Millionth Dose Amid Supply Influx - 'Something To Celebrate'Santa Clara County is poised to reach a major milestone this week when it delivers the one millionth COVID shot since vaccines began in December.
COVID Reopening: Burning Man Mulling Proof Of Vaccination For August 2021 FestivalBurning Man festival organizers have said that they are considering requiring attendees to prove they have been vaccinated for COVID-19 if the organizers move forward with plans to hold this year’s counter-culture festival in the Nevada desert.
COVID Vaccines: Sonoma County Administers 400,000th Shot; 60% Have At Least 1 DoseSonoma County administered its 400,000th coronavirus vaccine dose this week, equating to roughly 60 percent of eligible residents having received at least one dose.
COVID Vaccines: Santa Clara County Launches Outreach Teams To Aid HoldoutsHaving gone from a shortage to a surplus of the vaccine, public health officials in Santa Clara County say they're making a renewed push to convince holdouts and the vaccine hesitant to sign up for their shots.
COVID Sports: Proof Of Vaccination Or Negative Test Required To Attend U.S. Women's Open At Olympic ClubA limited number of spectators will be allowed at the U.S. Women's Open in San Francisco and the U.S. Open in San Diego in June provided they are vaccinated or can show proof of a negative test for the coronavirus.
COVID Vaccines: Contra Costa Drop-In Sites End Frustration Among Those Struggling To Find AppointmentsContra Costa County is offering vaccinations, with no appointment necessary. It's a way of reaching those who have been hesitant to make appointments, or simply unable to.
COVID : San Francisco Allows For Small Indoor Gatherings Among VaccinatedHealth officials in San Francisco announced it would follow new guidance from the state and the Centers for Disease Control allowing small indoor gatherings without masks or social distancing among fully vaccinated people.
COVID: Few 'Breakthrough' Infections Among Vaccinated In Sonoma County No Cause For Alarm, Experts SayAs Sonoma County reported about 40 fully-vaccinated people had contracted COVID-19, health experts said it was not surprising and no cause for alarm.
Stanford Medicine Launching COVID-19 Vaccine Study On Children 5 Years Old And UnderStanford medical researchers began administering Pfizer COVID-19 shots Wednesday to children ages 2-to-5 years old as part of a nationwide trial to determine the right dosage for the age group.
COVID Vaccines: Pause In Johnson & Johnson Shots Taken In Stride By Bay Area Health OfficialsBay Area public health departments have shelved doses of the Johnson & Johnson one-shot COVID-19 vaccine amid concerns raised by the Centers for Disease Control over rare blood clots, but are taking the pause in stride.
COVID: Despite Short-Term Drop in Vaccine Supply, State Officials Predict Full Reopening by SummerIn just a matter of days, nearly all Californians will be eligible to get the COVID vaccine but getting an appointment may not be easy as the state expects a shortage in supply beginning next week.
COVID Vaccines: As California Eligibility Expands, Experts Say Delays May Be Short-Lived - 'It's Ramping Up'Getting a COVID-19 vaccine appointment in California remains difficult in many places as eligibility just expanded, but experts say the delays may be short-lived.
COVID Vaccines: Site To Open For Residents In East Palo AltoAll East Palo Alto residents 18 and older will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at a permanent vaccine clinic starting Friday.
COVID Vaccines: Gov. Gavin Newsom Gets J&J Dose As Eligibility Expands In CaliforniaCalifornia's governor received his “one and done” Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine Thursday, as people 50 and older became eligible for inoculations in the most populous state in the country.