Health Experts Warn Of Possible Post Labor Day COVID Case SurgeWith millions out and about over the Labor Day weekend, COVID cases were expected to increase as San Francisco Bay Area residents and visitors celebrated at beaches, parks and at sporting events.
Pfizer COVID Booster Shots May Be Only One Ready To Go By Sept 20The Biden administration targeted the week of September 20th to have booster shots ready to go for Americans, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday Pfizer may be the only one to meet that deadline.
COVID: San Francisco Union Leaders Threaten Weekend Ballpark Workers StrikeHundreds of concession workers at Oracle Park in San Francisco could go on strike this weekend after multiple workers have become infected with COVID-19, officials with the union representing the workers said Thursday.
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: Vallejo Officials Adopt Indoor Masking Mandate Even For Vaccinated ResidentsDuring a special city council meeting Tuesday night, Vallejo officials unanimously approved a new mask mandate that will require face coverings at indoor activities or in public spaces for all residents regardless of vaccination status.
COVID: Newsom Touts State Vaccination Rate in Oakland, Encourages More to Get VaccinatedCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday visited Oakland and encouraged more residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Caltrain Adding More Trains; Bringing Back Express ServiceAnticipating a return of office workers and students to schools, Caltrain officials increased service Monday, offering 104 trains per weekday including the return of the Baby Bullet express routes.
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.
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.
Tough COVID Choice Goes Into Effect For San Jose City Employees -- Vaccinate Or Weekly TestingMore than 8,000 San Jose city employees returned to work Monday under one of the toughest COVID workplace mandates in the San Francisco Bay Area.
FDA Gives Full Approval To Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine; 'Mandating Becomes Much Easier'Amid a steady rise of Delta variant cases in the San Francisco Bay Area and tougher local vaccination and masking mandates going into effect each day, the Food and Drug Administration gave full approval to Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine Monday, a milestone that could lift public confidence in the shots.
Moraga Police Mourn Veteran Officer Who Died Of COVID ComplicationsThe Moraga Police Department was in mourning Monday after the weekend death of a veteran officer who succumbed to complications while fighting a COVID infection.
COVID: 20 San Francisco City Employees Suspended for Not Disclosing Vaccination StatusCity employees were given an August 12 deadline to report their vaccination status. According to San Francisco official, as of Friday, 20 workers still have not.
COVID: U.S. Health Officials Publicly Endorse Booster ShotsU.S. health officials made what had been rumored official Wednesday, announcing that vaccine booster shots will start rolling out in September.