San Francisco Public Schools Welcome Back Students To Full-Time Classes For 1st Time in 18 MonthsStudents in San Francisco are heading back to fully reopened schools full-time for the first time in 18 months on Monday.
COVID: Outbreak at Santa Rita Jail Leads to Suspension of In-Person VisitsA spike in COVID cases in recent days has prompted officials at Santa Rita Jail to suspend all in-person jail visits.
Santa Clara Health Officials Approve 3rd COVID Vaccine Dose For Immunocompromised ResidentsOn the heels of a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendation, Santa Clara health officials announced Saturday that they were making a third dose of COVID-19 vaccination available for people who have a compromised immune system.
Monterey's Famed Car Week Returns After A Year's COVID HiatusThousands of luxury auto enthusiasts flocked to Carmel on Friday for the famed Monterey Car Week, one of the most prestigious car events in the U.S. that has roared back to life after a year's hiatus due to the COVID outbreak.
COVID: Chinese Hospital, Community Leaders Urge Chinatown Residents to Get VaccinatedChinatown has some of the lowest COVID-19 rates among neighborhoods in San Francisco, but community groups still urge residents to roll up their sleeves and get vaccinated if they haven't already.
COVID: CDC Panel Approves 3rd Vaccine Dose for People with Weakened Immune SystemsThe federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's advisory panel unanimously voted Friday to support COVID-19 vaccine boosters for immunocompromised people.
COVID: In-Person Classes Not Responsible for Rising Case Numbers in Contra CostaIn parts of Eastern Contra Costa County, schools have now been open for a few weeks, and COVID cases are emerging there. But despite those numbers, there is some encouraging news for parents. Schools don't appear to be the cause behind the uptick in cases.
COVID: How Will San Francisco Vax Mandate Impact Warriors and Giants Games, Local Concerts?With San Francisco's newly announced vaccination mandate for indoor activities Thursday, questions emerged as to how the rule would impact fans attending Warriors and Giants games as well as concerts at SF venues.
Where To Buy Face Masks Online After CDC Updates COVID Delta Variant GuidelinesCBS Essentials is created independently from the CBS News staff. We may receive commissions from some links to products on this page. Promotions are subject to availability and retailer terms.
UPDATE: Stevie Nicks Pulls Out of BottleRock Over COVID Concerns; Chris Stapleton to Fill InFleetwood Mac singer and solo star Stevie Nicks on Tuesday announced she would be cancelling five scheduled performances in 2021 -- including a headlining appearance at BottleRock -- over COVID-19 concerns.
COVID: South San Francisco Schools Prepare to Open for In-Person ClassesThe South San Francisco Unified School District (SSFUSD) will kick off the new school year on Wednesday, allowing all students to return to campus for the first time since the start of the pandemic.
COVID: San Joaquin Co. Supes Advocate for State to Allow Districts, Parents to Decide Own Mask Policies at SchoolsOn Tuesday, a majority of the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution that advocates for California public health officials to allow school districts and parents to decide their own mask requirements for children attending in-person school.
COVID: Delta Variant Fears Overshadow Oakland Students Return To ClassroomsStudents have mixed emotions about returning to class Monday in the Oakland Unified School District during the pandemic for the start of the new school year.
COVID: San Francisco Bay Area Restaurants Temporarily Close Due to Breakthrough Cases Among StaffAs the highly contagious delta variant surges in the San Francisco Bay Area, more restaurants are choosing to temporarily close their doors due to breakthrough cases among staff members.
'We’ve Done Every Single Thing We Can'; Oakland Teachers Prepare To Welcome Students BackWith a mixture of excitement and a little anxiety, Oakland teachers were busy getting their classrooms ready Friday as the district's more than 36,000 students were preparing for a return to fall classes next week.