One Year After 1st Bay Area COVID Death, Officials Express Hope That End of Pandemic Is in SightOne year after the emergence of a virus that would upend life in the Bay Area, there were signs that the end of the pandemic is in sight.
Constrained COVID Vaccine Supply Prompts the Privileged to Jump the LineDespite ramped-up efforts to open mass vaccination sites, the supply of coveted doses is still limited and there is growing concern about equal access over the supply that’s allocated to California and the Bay Area.
COVID Vaccine: San Jose Hospital Under Fire For Letting School Workers 'Cut' To The Front Of The LineSanta Clara County has suspended allocations of vaccine to Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose, after it learned the hospital was vaccinating school district employees who were not health care providers.
Alameda County Leaders, Health Officials Address Slow Vaccination Rollout at Virtual MeetingThe coronavirus vaccine rollout hasn't progressed as rapidly as hoped and Alameda County officials admit it may feel as if the county is moving at a slower rate than its neighbors.
COVID Vaccine: San Francisco Aims To Vaccinate All Residents By June Despite Current ShortageHealth officials in San Francisco on Wednesday said the city intends to vaccinate virtually every resident in the city by June in spite of vaccine dose supply limitations.
COVID Vaccine In Short Supply, Sign-Up Website Crashes As SF Struggles To 'Meet The Moment'To borrow a favorite phrase from Governor Gavin Newsom, San Francisco is struggling to "meet the moment" when it comes to its rollout of the COVID vaccine.
COVID Vaccine: Mayor London Breed Says San Francisco Public Health Will Run Out Of Doses By ThursdayMayor London Breed on Tuesday said that the San Francisco Department of Public Health would run out of its current supply of COVID vaccine doses in two days during her update on the city's response to the pandemic.
California's Chaotic COVID Vaccine Rollout Lurches ForwardCalifornia's fragmented efforts to get its vaccine supply into those who need it most is finally starting to accelerate a bit.
COVID Vaccines: San Francisco Opening 3 Vaccination Sites, Sets Goal of 10,000 Vaccinations A DaySan Francisco plans to create three major vaccination sites in the near future with the goal of vaccinating 10,000 residents a day against COVID-19.
COVID Vaccine Questions Answered: Can You Still Catch Virus After First Dose?As the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines accelerates, Dr. Mallika Marshall and Dr. Max Gomez answer common questions about vaccinations.
COVID Relief: San Francisco Unveils $62M Plan To Help Small Businesses, Eyes Mass Vaccination SitesSan Francisco Mayor London Breed on Tuesday announced a new $62 million plan to provide small businesses with some help amid the COVID-19 pandemic while providing an update on the city's response to the latest surge in cases.
Private Practice Medicos in Sonoma County Begin Administering COVID VaccineThe progress of administering vaccines has been slow. Now, private doctors in the North Bay are banding together to offer vaccinations to medical staff.
COVID-19 Vaccine: Healthcare Workers, Seniors Get First Round Of Vaccinations In Santa Clara Co.Santa Clara County public health officials say their priority is getting as many doses of the COVID-19 vaccine administered to the healthcare workers and seniors in nursing homes who form the first wave of the vaccine rollout.
Uber Will Offer 10 Million Free Rides to COVID-19 Vaccination SitesSan Francisco-based Uber announced on Friday that it will offer 10 million free or discounted rides to people who need to get to a COVID-19 vaccination site to get their shots.
COVID Update: Newsom Urges Californians To Stay Vigilant As Vaccine Arrives; 'Let's Not Run The 90-Yard Dash'Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday marked the arrival of California's first doses of the Pfizer COVID vaccine with enthusiasm, but cautioned residents not to drop their guard against the coronavirus as the state's case number continued to climb.