California Will Resume Administering Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 VaccineAfter an extensive medical review and a greenlight from federal health officials, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Saturday evening that California will resume administering the single shot Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
COVID: California Opens Vaccine Eligibility for All Residents Over Age 16As California began offering vaccinations to everyone age 16 and over Thursday, Gov. Gavin Newsom urged more residents to sign up for appointments and not let apprehension over inoculations get in the way of protecting themselves against the illness.
Contra Costa County Residents 16 And Older Can Book Appointments At Oakland Coliseum Mass Vaccination SiteContra Costa County residents 16 and older will be allowed to book appointments at the Oakland Coliseum mass vaccination site starting Saturday as federal health officials wound down their role at the facility and a local-state partnership took over.
Newsom: Oakland Coliseum Mass Vaccination Site To Remain OpenGov. Gavin Newsom reassured East Bay residents Tuesday that a mass vaccination site at the Oakland Coliseum will remain open after federal officials end their participation on April 11.
FEMA Moving Forward With Plans To Pull Out Of Oakland Mass Vaccination Site FEMA Acting Administrator Robert Fenton has rejected a request from California health officials to extend federal COVID-19 vaccine shipments to mass vaccination sites in Oakland and Los Angeles beyond the April 11 cutoff date.
Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: California To Allow Indoor Concerts; Airports, Churches See Bigger Easter Weekend CrowdsIt's been a year since the historic COVID-19 shutdown and the battle with the virus is still impacting our daily lives. Here's a roundup of the latest COVID stories.
COVID Vaccines: Contra Costa County Opens Vaccinations To Those 16 And OlderContra Costa health officials became one of the first counties in California to lower eligibility to everyone 16 and older who lives or works in the county on Tuesday.
Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: Distinguishing Seasonal Allergy Symptoms From COVID; Couples Trying To Have Babies Experience High AnxietyIt's been a year since the historic COVID-19 shutdown and the battle with the virus is still impacting our daily lives. Here's a roundup of the latest COVID stories.
Kaiser, Santa Clara County In Dispute Over Second COVID-19 Vaccine Dose CancellationsEarly in the process of vaccine distribution, Kaiser was struggling with a vaccine shortage. Santa Clara County, by comparison, had more supply. Those circumstances are reversed for the moment, and that is causing some problems and some disagreements between the two.
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 Vaccines: Newsom Signs Executive Order To 'Bolster Vaccination Efforts' After CriticismGov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday signed an executive order aimed at bolstering California's COVID-19 vaccination efforts amid criticism the state has received about the vaccine rollout.
COVID Vaccine: California Assumes Greater Control Of Vaccine DistributionCalifornia officials on Tuesday announced a number of changes to the COVID-19 vaccine delivery system giving the state more control in order to "expedite vaccine administration."
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.
COVID Vaccines: Rollout Seeing Mixed Results Around Bay AreaHow's the COVID-19 vaccine rollout going? Well, that depends on where you live.
COVID Order: Bay Area ICU Capacity Tumbles To 0.7%; Stay-At-Home Order To Be ExtendedHopes that the Bay Area might move out of the current COVID stay-at-home order were dealt a reality check Monday after Governor Gavin Newsom announced the region's ICU capacity had tumbled to a new low at 0.7%.