San 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)

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San Francisco's MoMA and Asian Art Museums Reopen SundayA couple of San Francisco’s premier art museums reopened Sunday morning with a gift for the public: free admission. John Ramos reports. (3-7-21)
Alameda County Business Owners Eager for Red Tier ReopeningsAlameda and Solano counties could get the green light to move into the red tier within days and, as Da Lin reports, business owners say they'll be ready. (3-7-21)
Marin County Focuses on Restarting Schools With Teacher Vaccination 'Super Pods'The Marin Civic Center was one of four so-called “super pods” that the county is setting up to inoculate all school workers by the end of spring break. John Ramos reports. (3-6-21)
Indoor Restaurant Dining Resumes, Movie Theaters Reopen in SF and Santa Clara CountiesFriday marked the restart of limited indoor dining and reopening of movie theaters in Santa Clara and San Francisco counties. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-5-21)
Play Ball! This Time With Fans in the StandsThe Giants and A's are hoping to welcome real, living human fans back to their ballparks by opening day. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-5-21)
Movie Theaters Reopen in Santa Clara CountyMovie theaters in Santa Clara County are reopening Friday but popcorn is still off the menu. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-5-21)
COVID Vaccines: East San Jose Roller Rink Transformed Into Mass Vaccination SiteA roller rink at San Jose's Eastridge Mall became Santa Clara County's latest mass COVID-19 vaccination site Friday, the third to open in one of the county's hardest hit areas. Kiet Do reports. (3/5/21)
San Jose Unified School District Secures Vaccines For All TeachersThe San Jose Unified School District, the third largest in the Bay Area, will soon vaccinate all of its teachers and is on track to open all K-12 schools in six weeks. Kiet Do reports. (3/5/21)
Golden Gate Fields Races to Make Up for Missed Vaccine AppointmentsGolden Gate Fields is racing to make up missed vaccine appointments after animal rights activists shut down the racetrack-turned-vaccination-site on the Albany-Berkeley border Thursday. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-4-21)
Pandemic Commute Times Expected to Lengthen With School ReopeningsCommutes are still quicker now than they were before the pandemic but, as Wilson walker reports, the lengthy commute could return once kids are back in school. (3-4-21)
California Moves to Boost Vaccinations in Underserved CommunitiesCalifornia is now reserving 40 percent of its vaccine supply for lower income communities. Devin Fehely reports. (3-4-21)
Oakland Coliseum Vaccination Site Designates Half of Doses For EducatorsKiet Do reports on "Educators Day" at Oakland Coliseum mass vaccination site aimed at getting teachers their COVID vaccines (3-4-2021)
Settlement to Allow Youth Sports to Resume Indoors and Outdoors in CaliforniaAnne Makovec reports on youth sports advocacy group announcing their lawsuit against the state has been settled, allowing high school sports to resume (3-4-2021)
"Teachers Only" Vaccination Event Held At Oakland ColiseumThe Oakland Coliseum was holding its first educator-only vaccination event Wednesday, part of a statewide push to reopen schools as quickly and safely as possible. Kiet Do reports. (3/4/21)
COVID: Swollen Lymph Nodes After Vaccination Could Lead To False Breast Cancer Diagnosis, UCSF Doctors SayIn a growing number of women, a COVID-19 vaccine is causing some to think they may have breast cancer. But top doctors in the Bay Area say it's actually a side effect of the shot. Andria Borba reports. (3/3/21)
COVID: Marin County Teens Open Up Conversation About Mental HealthAs many students are still virtual learning a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of high school students in Marin County have led the way in opening up the conversation about mental health. Andrea Nakano reports. (3/3/21)
COVID Reopening: Indoor Dining Resumes In Santa Clara County For First Time In MonthsSanta Clara County, the Bay Area's largest, entered the state's less-restrictive Red Tier on Wednesday, allowing indoor dining, exercising in gyms and fitness studios and watching movies in theaters to resume. Maria Medina reports. (3/3/21)
COVID: Mobile 'Strike Teams' Take Vaccines To East Bay SeniorsSeniors are a top priority for COVID vaccinations. Contra Costa County has created mobile 'strike teams' to get the vaccine to seniors who don't have transportation.
San Francisco Teachers Turned Away From COVID-19 Vaccinations Over Lack Of Access CodesSan Francisco teachers hoping to get a COVID-19 vaccine shot at the city's Moscone Center mass vaccination site were turned away Tuesday because they had not been provided an access code to receive a dose. Kenny Choi reports. (3/3/21)
San Francisco Bar, Restaurant Owners Cautiously Optimistic About Move To Red TierWilson Walker reports on hopeful business owners crossing their fingers that San Francisco keeps reopening momentum (3-3-2021)
Raw Video: Gov. Newsom On Possibility Of Fans In MLB Parks On Opening DayGov. Gavin Newsom revealed Wednesday that the state has been in discussions with Major League Baseball and health officials on the possibility of allowing fans at ballparks, with a chance of in-person attendance by Opening Day next month. (3/3/21)
Some San Francisco Businesses Welcome People Inside With Return To Red TierEmily Turner reports on businesses being allowed to bring customers back indoors as SF returns to Red Tier COVID restrictions (3-3-2021)
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Moves Back To Red Tier With Fewer RestrictionsSan Francisco is moving back in the Red Tier, allowing for more businesses to reopen and fewer restrictions. Betty Yu tells us some are wondering if it's too much too soon.
Gov. Newsom Visits Palo Alto School As Part Of COVID Response PlanGovernor Gavin Newsom is taking his COVID response plan on the road going up and down the state visiting schools. Kiet Do tells us his travel schedule also boosts his political agenda right now.

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