Concerned that flu season is about to collide with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Santa Clara County public health department is encouraging everyone -- especially this year -- to get a flu shot. Devin Fehely reports. (9-19-20)

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South Bay Health Officials Message to the Public: Get a Flu ShotConcerned that flu season is about to collide with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Santa Clara County public health department is encouraging everyone -- especially this year -- to get a flu shot. Devin Fehely reports. (9-19-20)
Bay Area Restaurants Celebrate Rosh Hashana With Special Meal KitsThe Jewish new year may look different in the age of COVID-19 but restaurants across the Bay Area are trying to preserve tradition with special meal kits. Betty Yu reports. (9-18-20)
Coronavirus Prevention Efforts May Curtail Flu Season SeverityAll the hand-washing and mask-wearing may pay dividends when it comes to reducing the number of infections expected in the upcoming flu season. Andria Borba reports. (9-18-20)
San Francisco Opens Popup Movie Drive-in at Fort MasonSan Francisco's first drive-in theater welcomed movie goers at Fort Mason on Friday evening. Don Ford reports. (9-1-20)
Jewish Restaurant in San Francisco Prepares Pickup Meals for Rosh HashanahIn what may be a trial run for the coming holiday season, restaurants in the Bay Area are pivoting to a pickup/delivery approach as the Jewish new year arrives. Betty Yu reports. (9-18-20)
San Francisco Hospitality Industry Hopes Return to Indoor Dining Boosts RecoverySan Francisco restaurants could be just weeks away from reopening their dining rooms again. Some say it could pave the road to recovery for the struggling tourism industry. Wilson Walker reports. (9-18-20)
San Francisco To Allow Limited Indoor Dining At Restaurants By End Of SeptemberMayor London Breed and city health officials revealed the blueprint Friday for allowing San Francisco's cash-strapped and world-renowned restaurant industry to begin limited indoor dining service by the end of the month. (9/18/20)
Cal/OSHA Order Sets New Virus Protections Following Oakland McDonald's Worker's TestimonyThursday saw some big wins for employees in California as the state made key rulings to step up safety precautions against COVID-19 in the workplace. Andrea Nakano reports. (9-17-20)
Health Inspectors Evaluate San Francisco Schools in Advance of ReopeningBack-to-school health inspections are now underway in San Francisco and, with the health department’s blessing, some schools plan to bring back younger students soon. Joe Vazquez reports. (9-17-20)
Santa Clara County Offers Free Flu ShotsSanta Clara County will be offering free flu shots as health officials try to get a jump on influenza because of potential complications from COVID-19. Len Ramirez reports. (9-17-20)
Golden Gate Bridge District Notifies Workers of Possible LayoffsMany workers who help run the buses and ferries between the North Bay and San Francisco could soon be out of a job. Andria Borba reports. (9-17-20)
Bay Area Teachers Unions, Districts Wrangle Over Classroom ReopeningMore elementary schools in Bay Area counties are starting to reopen with waivers but school districts within those counties and teachers' unions have to reach agreements before kids come back to the classrooms. Kenny Choi reports. (9-17-20)
San Jose Unified School District Extends Distance Learning Through End Of YearSan Jose Unified School District: Distance learning will continue through at least the end of December 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Kiet Do reports. (9/17/20)
San Jose Unified School District To Continue Distance Learning Through At Least DecemberSan Jose Unified School District: Distance learning will continue through at least the end of December 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Kiet Do reports. (9/17/20)
1976 Swine Flu Vaccine Roll-Out May Provide Lessons For COVID-19 Vaccination EffortsThe federal government has outlined its coronavirus vaccination plan, an effort expected to last through 2021. For anyone who thinks that sounds slow, Wilson Walker reports that trying to move too fast has caused problems before. (9/16/20)
Frustrated Business Owners Want Santa Clara County To Follow State's Red Tier GuidelinesA group of business owners and at least a half dozen chambers of commerce across Santa Clara County are coming together to urge county leaders to relax COVID-19 restrictions or put the economy further at risk. Maria Medina reports. (9/16/20)
San Francisco Muni Drivers Express Concern Over Crowded BusesSome San Francisco Muni bus drivers are saying the city isn't doing enough to keep riders and operators safe on over-crowded buses as ridership is increasing. Kenny Choi reports. (9/16/20)
Santa Clara County Criticizes COVID-19 Testing Shortfalls By Private Health Care CompaniesSanta Clara County officials are calling out private health care companies for not stepping up their COVID-19 testing. (9/16/20)
After Months Of Covering Our Faces Mask Wearers Share Stories Of Awkward MomentsWearing a mask can create some awkward moments, even 'mask fatigue.' Don Ford talked to folks who shared their stories.
Marin County Moves to Tier 2 of COVID Response, More Businesses to ReopenMarin County announced Tuesday that it had successfully appealed to the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) to move into Tier 2 of the state’s COVID-19 response framework, allowing it to reopen more businesses. Andria Borba reports. (9/15/20)
COVID-19: San Francisco Sees Rise In Hospitalizations; UCSF Launches Tracing ProgramSan Francisco health officials noted a rise in COVID-19 hospitalizations since the start of September. Meanwhile, UCSF has launched a program to improve contact tracing. Anne Makovec reports. (9/15/20)
More Businesses Reopening As CoCo County Eases COVID-19 RestrictionsA new round of businesses will reopen in Contra Costa County after the county decided to ease its COVID-19 restrictions. Joe Vazquez reports on the new plan in place.
Decline In Coronavirus Cases May Not Last Following Reopening Of Schools and CollegesWhile the number of new coronavirus cases continues to drop, experts warn the decline may not last. Repoter David Begnaud on the looming dangers this fall and winter. (9/14/20)
Health Concerns Abound With Bay Area's Poor Air QualityDoctors say the unprecedented string of days with unhealthy air quality means we are entering unchartered territory health-wise Juliette Goodrich reports. (9/14/20)

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