Even in the Bay Area there are pockets of resistance where the coronavirus and its variants can take hold. Fortunately, many who haven't been vaccinated are reacting to omicron by getting the shot. Wilson Walker reports. (12-2-21)

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Omicron Variant Prompts Vax Holdouts to Seek the ShotEven in the Bay Area there are pockets of resistance where the coronavirus and its variants can take hold. Fortunately, many who haven't been vaccinated are reacting to omicron by getting the shot. Wilson Walker reports. (12-2-21)
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Seniors in San Jose COVID Housing Protest Looming EvictionSome seniors in San Jose are at risk of being evicted from their emergency COVID shelter. They took their fight all the way to city hall. Kiet Do reports. (9-24-21)
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Much-Needed Moderna Vaccine Delivered to Hard-Hit CommunityCalifornia was trying to tackle two problems in East Palo Alto Saturday. One was simply to get more vaccine distributed to more people. The other was to get that vaccine into the communities that need it the most. Wilson Walker reports. (1-30-21)
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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)
Marin County Senior-Care Health Workers Receive Pfizer VaccineHospital workers in the Bay Area were among the first to get the Pfizer COVID vaccine earlier this week but, on Thursday, staffers at Marin County senior-living facilities began receiving injections too. Kenny Choi reports. (12-17-20)
Better Together: South City Seniors Facility Builds Outdoor Visitation BoothThe Aegis Home for Seniors in South San Francisco has come up with an idea to safely bring families back together this Thanksgiving. Don Ford reports. (11-26-20)
San Jose Senior Assisted Living Community Reports COVID-19 OutbreakAtria Willow Glen, a senior assisted-living community in San Jose is reporting a coronavirus outbreak and infected individuals are now self-isolating. Devin Fehely reports. (11-14-20)
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New Alzheimer's Blood Test A Major Breakthrough For Patients, Loved OnesA newly-developed blood test for Alzheimer's disease is now within reach. Elizabeth Cook reports on what could be a huge breakthrough.
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10 Deaths Reported at Nursing Home in Redwood CityAn outbreak of coronavirus at a nursing home in Redwood City has now led to the deaths of 10 residents, according to the facility’s director. Da Lin reports. (4-24-20)
News Conference: Governor's Update on California's Coronavirus Response EffortsFull recording of Gov. Gavin Newsom's noon news conference in which he outlined a new statewide program to feed at-risk seniors among other issues. (4-24-20)
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84-Year-Old Battles Back From Bout With COVID-19Doris Bloch, age 84, has survived lung cancer, asthma, diabetes and, now, COVID-19. Don Ford reports. (4-17-20)
Owners of Hayward Nursing Home With Deadly COVID-19 Outbreak CitedThe owners of a Hayward nursing home where at least 59 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus and 6 have died have a record of violations. Da Lin reports. (4-9-20)
Coronavirus Impact: South Bay Seniors Worry Over Facility Closures, Program CutbacksSenior citizens, a group that’s proven especially vulnerable to the coronavirus outbreak, are expressing concern that aggressive public health measures aimed at slowing the spread of the disease may limit access to vital programs intended for their physical and social well-being. Devin Fehely reports. (3-6-20)

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