FDA To Consider Pfizer Application For COVID Booster Shots On FridayThe final decision on booster shots doesn't rest with the White House but rather with an FDA advisory committee which is set to meet Friday to consider Pfizer's application for third-dose authorization.
State Health Department Partners with Tyler Perry for PSA SeriesThe California Department of Public Health is launching a series of public education videos in partnership with actor, director and producer Tyler Perry in an effort to encourage state residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
COVID: Millbrae City Council Puts Vaccine Mandate to a HaltMillbrae's City Council will not move forward with a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for certain businesses in the city, including outdoor dining, after a councilmember floated the idea during a council meeting on Wednesday.
Southwest Brings Back Flights Between San Jose and RenoSouthwest Airlines announced Tuesday that it resumed daily nonstop flights between San Jose and Reno, Nevada.
COVID UPDATE: States Sees Drop In Cases In Metropolitan Areas, Rising In Rural AreasCalifornia is seeing mixed results in its battle against the resurgence of COVID-19 in the state, where urban areas are seeing a drop in cases while rural areas are seeing an increase.
COVID UPDATE: Coronavirus Cases Rise at Santa Rita JailThe Alameda County Sheriff's office announced Tuesday that it’s taking measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Santa Rita Jail in Dublin after cases there spiked recently.
Nurses Say Continuing Personnel Shortages Beset COVID Care WorkersMore than a year and a half into the COVID-19 pandemic nurses say they're dealing with a severe shortage in staffing and plummeting morale.
COVID: Oracle Park Concession Workers Might Strike After Many Catch COVID-19Hundreds of concession workers at Oracle Park in San Francisco could go on strike this weekend after multiple workers caught COVID-19, officials with the union representing the workers said Thursday.
Stanford, Yale Study Shows Wearing A Mask Significantly Drops Covid-19 Spread
New Ad Campaign in San Jose Hopes to Positively Encourage VaccinationA San Jose State University professor helped design an innovative new ad campaign, specifically encouraging members of the city's Latino and Vietnamese communities to get vaccinated.
COVID: More East Bay Parents Opt for Independent Study as COVID Cases RiseHundreds of families that enrolled their children for in-person classes this fall are now pulling them back home for independent study in the Mount Diablo Unified School District. This hesitation comes as COVID case numbers climb all across the country.
SAP Center in San Jose to Require COVID Vaccination Proof at All Upcoming EventsSAP Center officials announced that, beginning Sept. 20, all events at the arena will require attendees to show proof of vaccination.
COVID Update: Benicia City Council Unanimously Approves Mask Mandate For Public BuildingsJoining the movement to stop the recent surge of COVID-19 cases, the Benicia City Council unanimously passed an ordinance Tuesday night requiring everyone ages 4 and up to wear a mask while inside any buildings open to the public.
COVID: Number of Travel Advisories Grows as Delta Variant Spreads As the Delta variant continues to surge around the world - the U.S. State Department has added more countries to their list of places they advise people do not travel to.
COVID: Lawsuit Names State Prison Leaders in Death of San Quentin GuardThe family of a San Quentin State Prison guard who died from COVID-19 after an outbreak among inmates and staff last year filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Tuesday against the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.