As California’s stay-at-home order continues, businesses and health experts alike are demanding to see the data that justifies it. So far, state officials are keeping most of it to themselves. John Ramos reports. (1-24-21)

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North Bay Restaurants Challenge State to Show Data Supporting COVID ClosureAs California’s stay-at-home order continues, businesses and health experts alike are demanding to see the data that justifies it. So far, state officials are keeping most of it to themselves. John Ramos reports. (1-24-21)
Bay Area Vaccination Rate Likely to Lag Demand for MonthsThis week it became increasingly clear that a limited supply of coronavirus vaccine will be an ongoing problem for weeks and, perhaps, months. Wilson Walker reports. (1-23-21)
Some Bay Area Communities See Hopeful COVID-19 DeclineEncouraging infection-rate trends in San Francisco prompted the mayor to suggest that an easing of COVID restrictions may come sooner rather than later. Andria Borba reports. (1-22-21)
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. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-21-21)
California Health Officials Warn of Slowing Vaccination CampaignFrustrating news in the fight against COVID-19: top state health officials say it could take until June just to vaccinate people 65 and older in California. Wilson Walker reports. (1-21-21)
Large Batch of Moderna-Manufactured Vaccine Pulled From DistributionA top state health official has recommended halting distribution of a specific lot of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine after “a higher-than-usual number of possible allergic reactions” to it in San Diego. Devin Fehely reports (1-18-21)
Spreading New Strain of Coronavirus Worries Bay Area Health OfficialsCalifornia is now the first state to top 3 million cases and public health specialists are raising a red flag about another variant of the coronavirus now circulating in the Bay Area. Elizabeth Cook reports. (1-18-21)
California's Chaotic Rollout of COVID Vaccinations Lurches OnCalifornia's fragmented efforts to get its vaccine supply into those who need it most is finally starting to accelerate a bit. Wilson Walker reports from Fremont. (1-16-21)
San Francisco Unveils Plan for Mass COVID-19 VaccinationsSan Francisco has a new plan for mass vaccinations but, as Betty Yu reports, the question now is: will there be enough doses? (1-15-21)
EDD Fraud: Bank of America Hit With Class-Action SuitA class action suit has been filed against Bank of America for its role in the widespread fraud involving California Employment Development Department (EDD) debit cards. Kenny Choi reports. (1-15-21)
After Stepping Up Vaccinations, Santa Clara County Fears 'Chaos' as Supplies DwindleSanta Clara County was depending on the federal government to send them more vaccine. They learned Friday that the cupboard is basically ... bare. Devin Fehely reports (1-15-21)
Students, Parents Around Bay Area Rally to Restore Youth SportsRallies are taking place across the state and Bay Area to reopen youth sports. They're all part of a movement called "let them play." Juliette Goodrich reports from Livermore. (1-15-21)
Vaccine Supply Constraints Thwart Rapid Rollout in CaliforniaHopes of widespread availability of coronavirus vaccine are being dashed daily as the forecast of a return to normalcy is pushed farther into 2021. Wilson Walker and Ken Bastida report. (1-15-21)
Plastic Surgeons See a 'Zoom Boom' Among Stay-Home Remote Workers During PandemicSince the coronavirus pandemic lockdowns began, the demand for plastic surgery has soared. Betty Yu reports. (1-14-21)
Bay Area Seniors Seeking COVID-19 Vaccine Face 'Logistical Nightmare'Some Bay Area residents over age 65 got their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday but others are finding out that -- just because they’re eligible -- it doesn’t mean the shot is easy to get. Katie Nielsen reports. (1-14-21)
Expanded Vaccination for Seniors Creates Confusion Across Bay AreaCalifornia's expanded vaccine rollout is causing some confusion. Kenny Choi reports. (1-14-21)
Some Health Care Workers Opt Out of Early VaccinationsPublic health officials have admitted in recent days that a significant portion of the health care workforce may have reservations about getting a vaccine. Devin Fehely reports. (1-14-21)
First-Time Unemployment Claims on the RiseNationwide 965,000 people filed first-time unemployment claims last week. In California the number was 181,600 new claims, up 20,600 from the week before. Allen Martin reports. (1-14-21)
Frightening California COVID-19 Surge Continues Amid Promise of More VaccinesCalifornia is the epicenter of the worst surge in COVID-19 infections. Now the best hope is the vaccine. Elizabeth Cook has details on plans to speed up the vaccination process. (1-10-21)
Health Expert Sees Hopeful Signs in Bay Area COVID-19 Infection StatisticsThe good news is that virus transmission in the Bay Area has not yet shown a post-holiday spike. The hope is that hospitalizations will soon decline. (1-9-21)
Private Practice Medicos in Sonoma County Begin Administering COVID-19 VaccineThe progress of administering vaccines has been slow. Now, private doctors in the North Bay are banding together to offer vaccinations to medical staff. John Ramos reports. (1-9-21)
Oakland Restaurant Week Expands to Include Local Businesses Struggling Amid PandemicIt’s Restaurant Week in Oakland but this year it’s unlike any other. For businesses that are struggling to survive, the event is more like a lifeline to keep their doors open. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-8-21)
ICU Capacity Plummets to Zero in Santa Clara CountyOne of the key indicators the state is looking at to determine which regions should remain under stay-home orders isICU capacity and, in Santa Clara County, every single standard ICU bed at every hospital is full. Katie Nielsen reports. (1-8-21)
California EDD Suspends 1.4 Million Virus Unemployment ClaimsThe California Employment Development Dept. flagged 3.5 million accounts as potentially fraudulent then disqualified 1.9 million of those, leaving 1.4 million claimants waiting for payments while their identities are verified. Kenny Choi reports. (1-8-21)

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