In just a matter of days, nearly all Californians will be eligible to get the COVID vaccine but getting an appointment may not be easy as the state expects a shortage in supply beginning next week. Maria Medina reports. (4-9-21)

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Despite Short-Term Drop in Vaccine Supply, State Officials Predict Full Reopening by SummerIn just a matter of days, nearly all Californians will be eligible to get the COVID vaccine but getting an appointment may not be easy as the state expects a shortage in supply beginning next week. Maria Medina reports. (4-9-21)
Bay Area Health Experts Dismiss Concerns Over COVID VaccinesAs eligibility expands, concerns surrounding the COVID vaccines also seem to be growing. Now, Bay Area experts are weighing in on the side effects and supply shortages. Allen Martin reports. (4-9-21)
Reduced Supply of Johnson & Johnson Doses Unlikely to Impact Bay Area Vaccination EffortsAs more people become eligible there continues to be an issue with vaccine supply and California just announced it's expecting a nearly 90 percent drop in Johnson and Johnson doses next week. Wilson Walker reports. (4-8-21)
San Francisco Chinatown Faces Long Road to RecoveryReeling from the impact of a pandemic and the recent rise in Asian-targeted violence, San Francisco's Chinatown is facing a long, difficult path back to prosperity. Devin Fehely reports. (4-4-21)
Restrictions Ease for Vaccinated Travelers; Traffic Swells at Bay Area AirportsThe U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new travel guidelines Friday that ease restrictions for fully-vaccinated travelers. Maria Medina reports. (4-2-21)
Vaccine Supply Starting to Catch Up to Demand as Age Restrictions EaseIt's been over 24 hours since a new age group in California became eligible for the COVID vaccine but scoring an appointment can still be hard. Wilson Walker explains when the vaccine supply could meet our demand. (4-2-21)
Airports, Churches See Upswing as Easter Weekend BeginsAs vaccinations rise and infection rate falls, people this Easter weekend are getting out and about again. Juliette Goodrich reports. (4-2-21)
Health Officials Say COVID Variants Threaten Progress Toward ImmunitySanta Clara County health officials warn that coronavirus variants now circulating in the community threaten the progress we've made in the pandemic. Devin Fehely reports. (4-1-21)
UCSF Study Explores Vaccination Immunity QuestionsWith one in four Californians now at least partly vaccinated against COVID-19, questions are surfacing about the durability of the vaccine and how long will it protect the recipient from the virus. Betty Yu reports. (3-25-21)
San Francisco Church Offers Single-Shot COVID-19 Vaccinations to CongregantsOn Sunday, a church in San Francisco began distributing the new Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine and, by helping a community of color, it is also giving hope to the rest of the state as well. John Ramos reports. (3-21-21)
Newsom: Residents Older Than 16 Eligible for Vaccine by End of AprilGov. Newsom laid out a timeline Friday afternoon for when all California residents over the age of 16 could be eligible for a COVID vaccine. He says the goal is to open eligibility in five and a half weeks. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-19-21)
Mount Diablo High School Players, Cheer Team Open Virus-Delayed Season at HomeMount Diablo High School in Concord opened its football season at home Friday but many on the team wondered if this night would ever come. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-19-21)
As Vaccination Eligibility Expands, California Struggles to Meet Demand4.4 million more Californians are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine this week for a total of over 15 million currently eligible. Wilson Walker reports. (3-18-21)
UCSF Study Links Trump Tweets to Rise in Anti-Asian Social Media PostsA tweet by former President Trump in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic has been attributed to a precipitous rise in anti-Asian hashtags on the social media platform, according to a new UCSF study. Andria Borba reports. (3-18-21)
California Coronavirus Variant on CDC Watch ListCalifornia's dominant and infectious COVID-19 strain is now on the CDC watch list as one of four "variants of concern" in the world. Allen Martin speaks with UCSF prof. Dr. Peter Chin-Hong. (3-18-21)
Friday Night Lights Shine Over Bay Area With Return of High School FootballMarch is typically not the time of year for football but the Friday night lights are back on as schools in the Bay Area try to salvage some sort of season. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-12-21)
Bay Area Struggles to Obtain Vaccine as 1st Johnson & Johnson Doses ArriveStarting Monday millions more Californians will be eligible for the vaccine but, as Andria Borba reports, there just aren't enough doses in the Bay Area to go around. (3-12-21)
Supply Constraints Lead to Sparse Turnout at South Bay Vaccination SitesSanta Clara County has seen a nosedive in the number of people getting vaccinated. Devin Fehely reports on why that is. (3-11-21)
State Officials Boost Johnson & Johnson 'One and Done' VaccineCalifornia officials pushed the safety and efficacy of the new one-shot Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine on Thursday as the state looks ahead to drastically loosening restrictions. Wilson Walker reports. (3-11-21)
San Francisco's MoMA and Asian Art Museums Reopen SundayA couple of San Francisco’s premier art museums reopened Sunday morning with a gift for the public: free admission. John Ramos reports. (3-7-21)
Alameda County Business Owners Eager for Red Tier ReopeningsAlameda and Solano counties could get the green light to move into the red tier within days and, as Da Lin reports, business owners say they'll be ready. (3-7-21)
Marin County Focuses on Restarting Schools With Teacher Vaccination 'Super Pods'The Marin Civic Center was one of four so-called “super pods” that the county is setting up to inoculate all school workers by the end of spring break. John Ramos reports. (3-6-21)
Play Ball! This Time With Fans in the StandsThe Giants and A's are hoping to welcome real, living human fans back to their ballparks by opening day. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-5-21)
Study Shows Wildfire Smoke Much More Harmful Than Auto PollutionIt's been 6 months since Bay Area skies turned orange from smoke from surrounding wildfires. A study suggests that smoke could be even more hazardous than we thought. Da Lin reports. (3-5-21)

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