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COVID Business: Reopening Relief Tempered By Fears Of Rising Cases, HospitalizationsGovernor Newsom's lifted California's shelter-in-place order on Monday, and while the move is good for business, Andrea Borba tells us, not everyone is on board.
COVID: Good Samaritan Hospital Under Fire For Giving Group Early Vaccine AccessA hospital in Santa Clara County is under fire after reportedly promising one group early access to the coronavirus vaccine. John Ramos has more on the fallout.
Team Coverage: California Lifts COVID Stay-At-Home OrderCiting increased ICU capacity and improved case numbers, state officials lifted the stay-at-home order on Monday. Allen Martin reports on the state's decision. Juliette Goodrich reports on how East Bay restaurants are preparing to resume outdoor dining. (1/25/21)
Santa Clara County Lifts Ban On Team Sports; Sharks To Return To SAP CenterAllen Martin reports on Santa Clara County officials lifting COVID ban on team sports (1-25-2021)
Gov. Gavin Newsom Provides Update On State's Response To COVID-19 PandemicGov. Newsom gives details on the end to the stay-at-home order for California and the latest COVID-19 figures for the state (1-25-2021)
East Bay Business Owners Relived To Learn Stay-At-Home Order Being LiftedEmily Turner reports on Walnut Creek business owners happy the state has ended the COVID stay-at-home order (1-25-2021)
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)
Stanford Medicine Launches Major Study of Coronavirus MutationsStanford Medicine is launching a large-scale study of coronavirus variants in the Bay Area. Devin Fehely reports. (1-22-21)
Alameda County First Responders Still Waiting for Promised VaccinationsA month after the COVID-19 vaccine was rolled out, Alameda County first responders are still waiting while they continue to serve. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1-22-21)
Mass Vaccination Site Opens At City College Of San FranciscoKiet Do reports on San Francisco's first mass COVID vaccination site opening in the Ingleside District (1-22-2021)
Mass COVID Vaccination Site Begins Operation in San FranciscoKiet Do 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)
San Francisco Sets Up Mass COVID Vaccination At Near City CollegeA mass vaccination site was being set up at City College of San Francisco Thursday as part of the city's push to vaccinate everyone in the city by this summer. Kiet Do reports. (1/21/21)
COVID Vaccine: San Francisco Aims To Vaccinate All Residents By June Despite Current ShortageHealth officials in San Francisco on Wednesday said the city intends to vaccinate virtually every resident in the city by June in spite of vaccine dose supply limitations. Kiet Do reports. (1/21/21)
COVID: Bay Area Doctors Seek Action On Pandemic From Biden AdministrationAction on the COVID-19 pandemic from President Joe Biden can't come soon enough for Bay Area doctors, as California faces issues with its vaccine rollout and a new threat from a variant of the coronavirus. Andria Borba reports. (1/20/21)
Biden Presidency Fuels Hope After Chaotic Vaccine Rollout In San FranciscoSan Francisco lawmakers are pinning their hopes on President Biden to address the chaotic vaccine rollout and shortages. Wilson Walker tells us why they are optimistic.
Wine Country Business Coalition Sues Gov. Newsom To ReopenA coalition of restaurants and business is suing Gov. Newsom. Andrea Borba tells us they are demanding the state allow them to reopen so they can stay afloat.
COVID: City Hall In SF, Oakland, San Jose, CA Capitol Lit In Amber To Honor 400,000 VictimsSan Francisco, Oakland, San Jose and the capitol were all lit up in amber on Inauguration eve as part of a nationwide tribute to the more than 400,000 Americans who lost their lives to COVID-19.
COVID: SF Website Vaccine Sign-Up Crashes On Launch Day; Doses Running OutSF Mayor Breed warns doses of the COVID-19 vaccine may run out by Thursday. Andria Borba tells us the city's vaccine sign-up website crashed the day it was launched.
COVID: Transmission Rate Dropping In California But Vaccine Supplies Running LowWhile state public health officials are noting progress in lowering the transmission rate of COVID-19, local officials said they may run out of current vaccine stocks later this week. Kenny Choi reports. (1/19/21)
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)

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