COVID Vaccine: San Francisco Partners With Sutter Health at Bayview Mass Vaccination SiteOfficials in San Francisco on Tuesday announced a partnership with Sutter Health to operate the newly opened high-volume COVID vaccination site at the SF Market in the Bayview.
San Jose's Good Samaritan Hospital Closes COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Following ScandalGood Samaritan Hospital, one of the largest medical centers in Santa Clara County, is permanently closing its COVID-19 vaccine clinic, claiming that it has vaccinated all of its staff and therefore fulfilled its responsibilities.
State Health Officials Say Fitness Trainers Claimed To Be Health Care Workers to Obtain VaccineA loophole created by California health officials allowed some fitness trainers to get vaccinated against COVID-19, according to state officials.
COVID: California Expanding Vaccine Eligibility to Those at Higher RiskCalifornia health officials announced Friday that it will soon expand the list of people eligible for the coronavirus vaccine by another 4 to 6 million people, including residents aged 16-64 with higherCalifornia Health officials announced Friday that it will soon expand the list of people eligible for the coronavirus vaccine by another 4 to 6 million people, including residents aged 16-64 with highest risk for morbidity and mortality from COVID-19. risk for morbidity and mortality from COVID-19.
Bay Area COVID-19 Vaccine Resources PageHealth officials have begun to aggressively roll out COVID-19 vaccinations to California residents, but there currently is not enough vaccine available for all 40 million Californians to receive an inoculation at once.
Levi's Stadium Home To Largest Vaccination Site In CaliforniaHundreds of healthcare workers and organizers held practice runs at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara on Monday, to make sure the process goes efficiently when they begin vaccinating county residents against COVID-19.
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.
Airport Workers Protest Vaccination Priority Shift From Essential Workers To ElderlyAirport workers at SFO held a vigil Thursday in honor of their colleagues who died from COVID-19 and demanded that Gov. Newsom put airport workers and other essential workers back on the vaccine priority list.
German 1918 Pandemic Survivor Sees Frightening Parallels With Politics In Era Of COVID-19
COVID Vaccines: Benicia Moves Fast On Distributing 1,400 Shots To Most Vulnerable - 'A Remarkable Accomplishment'In Benicia and the immediate surrounding area there are thought to be about 1,600 people 75 years of age or older. It was monumental news when this community suddenly received 1,400 doses of vaccine.
COVID Vaccine: Marin County Forced To Scale Back Vaccination Plans Due To Dose ShortageWhile Johnson & Johnson's new vaccine may provide more help on the horizon, on Friday there was another sign of the vaccine supply crunch in the Bay Area.
COVID Vaccines: Blue Shield of California Tapped to Run State Vaccine SystemThe State of California tapped the health insurance giant Blue Shield of California to ramp up the state's coronavirus vaccine delivery system, which to date has been slow, stilted and plagued by confusion
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.