The number of new cases in California has tripled in the past month, but as Andrea Nakano reports, there is good news on the horizon.

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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)
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)
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)
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)
Beloved Livermore Sporting Goods Store Closes After 51 Years In BusinessKiet Do reports on popular Livermore shop Dom's Outdoor Outfitters shutting its doors due to COVID-19 pandemic (1-14-2021)
COVID Vaccines: Bay Area Counties Caught In Middle As State Expands CriteriaAs California expands its vaccination plan in response to new guidance by the CDC, it's not making things any easier for Bay Area health officials. Andria Borba reports. (1/13/21)
California Democrats Starting To Take Gov. Newsom Recall Movement SeriouslyJohn Ramos reports on signs that the state's Democratic party is concerned about efforts to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom (1-13-2021)
COVID Vaccine: Santa Clara County Warns About Misinformation in Fake TextsHealth officials in Santa Clara County are warning about misinformation in texts about the vaccine, after 100 people showed up at vaccination sites despite not being eligible to receive the shots yet. Devin Fehely reports. (1/13/21)
California Making COVID Vaccine Available to Those 65 and OlderCalifornia announced Wednesday it is expanding current eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine to include residents aged 65 and older. (1/13/21)
Berkeley Parents And Students Hold Sit-In Calling For Schools To ReopenEmily Turner reports on Berkeley parents and teachers demanding that schools resume in-person learning (1-13-2021)
State Makes Vaccines Available To Residents 65 and OlderAnne Makovec reports on the state health department announced a change to California’s vaccination eligibility allowing anyone 65 and older to get the vaccine (1-13-2021)
SF Supervisor Wants To Ramp Up Rollout Using Stadiums For Mass Vaccination SitesWhen do you get your two doses of COVID-19 vaccine, where and how do you sign up? Andria Borba shows us a San Francisco Supervisor who says his constituents are getting the runaround and he wants to ramp up this rollout.
COVID Schools: Group Of Bay Area Doctors Pushing To Get Kids Back In SchoolA group of Bay Area doctors say it is time to get students back in the classrooms because kids are suffering. Wilson Walker tells us, they want children back in school in a matter of weeks.
Santa Clara County Faces Challenges To Meet State's Vaccination GoalsDevin Fehely reports on challenges South Bay health officials need to overcome to meet ambitious vaccination goals set by California (1-12-2020)
COVID Restrictions: Mill Valley Appeals To County, State To End Outdoor Dining BanOne month into the stay-at-home order, Mill Valley has taken the unusual step of appealing the ongoing ban on outdoor dining. Allen Martin reports. (1/12/21)
San Francisco Mayor Unveils $62M Plan To Help Small Businesses, Looks Towards Opening Mass Vaccination SitesSan Francisco Mayor London Breed on Tuesday announced a new $62 million plan to provide small businesses with some help amid the COVID-19 pandemic while providing an update on the city’s response to the latest surge in cases. Anne Makovec reports. (1/12/21)
COVID: Zuckerberg San Francisco General In Reaches Surge Level RedLess than 1 percent of ICU beds are available across the Bay Area. Andria Borba reports Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital is now at 'surge level red.'

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