COVID Reopening: San Mateo County Returns to Yellow Tier; Bars To Resume Indoor ServiceSan Mateo County on Tuesday became the second county in the Bay Area to return to the less restrictive COVID Yellow Tier, according to California health officials.
COVID Housing: San Mateo Advocates Call For Extension Of Renter Protections Past JuneDozens of advocates and residents on Tuesday urged San Mateo County supervisors to extend renter protections after the statewide eviction moratorium expires at the end of June.
COVID: Clinics Boost Vaccination Rates In Underserved San Mateo County CommunitiesCommunity clinics have helped boost COVID-19 vaccination rates in hard-hit San Mateo County neighborhoods but there are still pockets of people the effort has not yet reached.
COVID Vaccines: San Mateo County Reopening Mass Vaccination Sites; Access Remains A ConcernAfter two weeks of vaccine shortages in San Mateo County, mass vaccine sites at the San Mateo Events Center and the SFO long term parking garage are a go once again starting Thursday.
COVID Reopening: San Mateo County May Not Move To Yellow Tier Until Mid-May Due To Case RatesThe least-restrictive Yellow Tier of the state's COVID-19 reopening framework remains out of reach for San Mateo County.
COVID: San Mateo County To Resume Weekly Mass Vaccination SitesStarting Thursday at the San Mateo County Event Center, San Mateo County will have weekly COVID-19 mass vaccination clinics for anyone who lives or works in the county.
COVID Vaccine Supply In Santa Clara, San Mateo Counties a Case Of Haves, Have NotsIt's a tale of two counties when it comes to getting the COVID-19 vaccine. San Mateo County can't get enough doses, while its neighbor Santa Clara County has plenty, enough vaccine to meet the demand.
San Mateo County Health Officials Remain Optimistic Amid Reduced Supply Of COVID-19 VaccinesA steady decline in new cases and progress in delivering vaccinations has San Mateo County health officials optimistic even if the supply of COVID-19 vaccine is currently less than promised.
Worker Seriously Injured by Falling Tree Near Pescadero Airlifted to HospitalFire crews on Tuesday afternoon were forced to airlift a tree worker seriously injured by a falling tree near Pescadero, according to authorities.
COVID: State Senator Becker Calls for Expanded Vaccine Eligibility In Hard-Hit Communities Before April 15State Sen. Josh Becker, D-Menlo Park, on Monday urged California health officials to expand vaccine eligibility in San Mateo County's vulnerable communities ahead of April 15.
Tsunami Hazard Maps Released For Alameda, Monterey, San Mateo CountiesCalifornia has added interactive maps for several counties in the state, including three in the greater Bay Area, as part of its ongoing Tsunami Hazard Area project.
Moss Beach Man Arrested For Raping Child AcquaintanceA man was arrested for allegedly raping a girl who he gave a ride home to last October in Moss Beach, authorities said Wednesday.
San Mateo County Supervisor Proposes 'Zero-Tolerance Hate Zone' In Response To Anti-Asian AttacksThe president of the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors wants to make the county a "zero-tolerance hate zone" in response to recent hate crimes committed against people of Asian descent.
COVID Vaccines: Caltrain Latest To Offer Free Rides To Vaccination SitesCaltrain will begin offering free rides to COVID-19 vaccination sites in the counties it serves next week, joining other Bay Area transit agencies seeking to reduce barriers for residents needing the shots.
COVID Vaccines: San Mateo County Shifts To Community Clinics Amid Lower SuppliesAmid decreasing vaccine supply, San Mateo County officials said they are shifting away from mass vaccination sites in order to boost efforts at community clinics.