UPDATE: Pleasant Hill In-N-Out Burger Fined Over Vaccine Verifications; Dispute Follows SF FlapIn-N-Out Burger officials say they "refuse to become the vaccination police" in a dispute with San Francisco officials over a local health ordinance requiring restaurants to check a patron's vaccination status at the door before allowing them to dine indoors.
White House Unveils COVID Vaccination Plans For Children Age 5-11Children age 5 to 11 will soon be able to get a COVID-19 shot at their pediatrician’s office, local pharmacy and potentially even their school.
UPDATE: San Francisco Vaccine Mandate Moves Officers to Get ShotThe deadline for San Francisco’s first responders to show proof of vaccination has come and gone, but on Thursday it appeared the mandate has drastically improved the latest vaccination numbers among city employees and police officers.
With Oakland Nearing Full Vaccination, Focus Turns to Booster ShotsWith 76 percent of Oakland residents fully vaccinated, a new, overlapping phase of the inoculation effort is unfolding. Call it the booster wave.
San Francisco Orders All City Contractors To Get COVID VaccinationsSan Francisco Mayor London Breed expanded the city's COVID-19 vaccination mandate Friday to include not only municipal employees, but also all city contractors who work with them.
Warriors Star Andrew Wiggins: 'It Came Down To Get The Vaccination Or Don't Play Basketball'The Golden State Warriors hoisted up 69 3-point attempts, their defense was spotty at best, but the major win of their exhibition season opening victory over Portland Monday night was that star forward Andrew Wiggins was on the court.
Golden State Warriors Star Andrew Wiggins Ends COVID Vaccination Hold OutGolden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr revealed Sunday that star forward Andrew Wiggins had gotten vaccinated against the COVID virus, ending any threat that he would not be able to play home games because of San Francisco's tough requirements on large indoor gatherings.
California Mandates COVID Vaccine For In-Person School Attendance; 1st State In Nation With RequirementCalifornia will mandate COVID vaccines for K-12 students as each age group receives authorization for the vaccine , becoming the first state in the nation to require schoolchildren to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.
VIDEO: '(My) Back Is Definitely Against The Wall'; Warriors Star Andrew Wiggins Battles To Play UnvaccinatedGolden State Warriors star Andrew Wiggins, whose request to be able to play home games without getting a COVID vaccination shot has been rejected by the NBA and San Francisco health officials, says he will continue his fight to stay true to his beliefs. Watch his video news conference.
Santa Rosa Requiring Proof Of Vaccination Or Weekly Testing For All City EmployeesCity officials have announced that as of Oct. 1 all municipal employees will be required to produce proof of COVID vaccination or face weekly tests.
Nearly 90% of San Francisco City Employees Report Being Vaccinated Ahead Of DeadlineWith San Francisco city employees now required to be vaccinated against COVID-19, nearly 90 percent of city staff have reported being vaccinated, the city's Department of Human Resources said Thursday.
Marin County Holding COVID 3rd Dose Mass Vaccination EventMarin County's public health department will hold a mass vaccination event Saturday for fully vaccinated residents who are eligible for a third COVID-19 vaccine dose as a result of having a weakened immune system.
KPIX 5 Interview: Gov. Newsom On Looming Recall Election, State's COVID ResponseCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom spoke to KPIX 5 anchor Allen Martin about the impending recall election and the state's COVID response.
Contra Costa County Orders First Responders to Be Vaccinated or Take Weekly COVID TestsContra Costa County has issued a new vaccine mandate to all its first responders. Starting Sept. 17, they will now have to show proof of vaccination or submit to weekly testing.
UCSF Dr. Bob Wachter On Vaccination Mandates; COVID Booster ShotsHours after the state announced a mandate, a leading expert from UC San Francisco said he was in favor of the new requirements as a way to slow the surge in COVID Delta variant cases. Dr. Bob Wachter appeared on KPIX 5's 5 O'clock news Thursday.