On Thursday, the state opened the door for everyone 16 and older to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Wilson Walker reports. (4-15-21)

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COVID: With Most Vaccinated Santa Clara County Trying To Reach Vaccine HesitantWith 70 percent of all residents vaccinated, Santa Clara County health officials are trying to reach the vaccine hesitant. Maria Medina explains the challenge.
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Pfizer COVID Vaccine Set To Be Authorized For Children Ages 12-15A federal health official tells CBS News the government plans to authorize the Pfizer vaccine for children aged 12 to 15 as early as next week. Sklyer Henry reports. (5/4/21)
COVID Vaccine Site Opens At VTA Light Rail Station in San JoseLen Ramirez reports on new vaccination site opening at VTA's Santa Teresa Station (5-3-2021)
COVID Recovery: Return To Offices Already Posing Legal QuestionsAs offices in the Bay Area and across the country reopen, the return to workplaces a year after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic poses some legal questions that may be settled in the courts. John Ramos reports. (5/3/21)
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Bay Area Indian Population Assesses Impact of Impending COVID Travel BanThe Biden Administration announced on Friday new travel restrictions from India as that country experiences an out-of-control surge of COVID-19. Maria Medina reports. (4-30-21)
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Slides Toward Yellow TierWhat seemed a distant dream a few months back is now just days away from happening: people back in restaurants, gyms and theaters in San Francisco. Andria Borba reports. (4-30-21)
Health Officials Appeal to Unvaccinated: Come and Get It!Social media is filling up with posts from Bay Area vaccination sites trying to get people in the door. Len Ramirez reports. (4-30-21)
Bay Area Reacts to India COVID Travel BanThe U.S. is banning almost all travel from India as COVID rages in the country. Bay Area families are concerned about getting cut off from loved ones. Wilson Walker reports. (4-30-21)
Mass Vaccination Sites Return To San Mateo CountyTwo mass vaccination sites reopened on the Peninsula after San Mateo County received a large batch of COVID vaccine doses from the federal government. Kiet Do reports. (4/29/21)
Mass Vaccination Sites Return To San Mateo CountyTwo mass vaccination sites reopened on the Peninsula after San Mateo County received a large batch of COVID vaccine doses from the federal government. Kiet Do reports. (4/29/21)
COVID Vaccines: San Mateo Reopens Mass Vaccination Sites While Access Remains A ConcernAfter a two week hiatus, mass vaccination sites at SFO and the San Mateo Event Center will reopen starting Thursday. Meanwhile, local officials and doctors remain concerned about access for the most vulnerable communities. Andria Borba reports. (4/28/21)
European Countries Hold Large-Scale COVID Experiments With Concerts, Sporting EventsIan Lee reports on large-scale event experiments in Spain and England testing if mass gatherings can be held safely during pandemic (4-28-2021)
San Francisco Opens New Pop-up COVID Vaccine ClinicKiet Do reports on San Francisco officials increasing vaccine outreach with community pop-up clinic (4-28-2021)
COVID: CDC Relaxes Rules On Mask-Wearing Outdoors For Fully-VaccinatedAfter more than a year, the Centers for Disease Control announced that Americans can stop wearing face masks outside if they are fully vaccinated. Andria Borba tells us more about the new guidelines.
COVID: Struggling Family Dry Cleaners Transforms Into Thriving Neighborhood ShopA San Francisco fashion designer found a way to help save her family's struggling dry cleaners during the pandemic. John Ramos shows us how she turned it into an thriving, eclectic neighborhood shop.
Santa Clara County Offers Drop-In Vaccinations At ClinicsKeit Do reports on Santa Clara County vaccination sites offering shots to walk-in recipients (4-27-2021)
CDC Eases COVID-19 Outdoor Mask Wearing Restrictions For Fully Vaccinated AmericansNatalie Brand reports on President Biden speaking on relaxed CDC guidelines for those who are fully vaccinated (4-27-2021)
COVID: How To Get Commuters Back On Public Transit Post PandemicAs we begin resurface from the pandemic, many Bay Area workers are considering going back to public transit. Ridership has plummeted to 5 percent due to COVID. On The Road To Recovery, Susie Steimle looks at what it will take to get people them back on board.

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