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Breakthrough Infections Among Vaccinated No Reason to Skip the ShotKPIX 5's Allen Martin breaks down what you need to know about breakthrough infections and the steps you can take to protect yourself and your family. (8-5-21)
COVID VACCINATION: UCSF Dr. Bob Wachter says he's infavor of mandatory vaccination requirementUCSF Dr. Bob Wachter says he's infavor of mandatory vaccination requirement
San Jose Steps Up Vaccination Requirements for City EmployeesSan Jose mayor Sam Liccardo said all city employees are now required to show proof of vaccination or get tested every week but the policy could soon drop the testing option and require all employees to be vaccinated as a blanket policy. Len Ramirez reports. (8-5-21)
Response To COVID Delta Surge Very Different in Different Parts of U.S.Dr. Anthony Fauci says the U.S. could see 200,000 new COVID cases a day by the fall. That number was just 10,000 a day a few weeks ago. Skyler Henry reports the response to the surge has been very different depending on where you live.
Danville Bowling Alley Won't Enforce Indoor Mask MandateKatie Nielsen reports on an East Bay business owner who is refusing to make customers or workers comply with the county's indoor masking rule (8-4-2021)
Case Surge From Delta Variant Leading to Health Care Worker FatigueMax Darrow reports on local nurses getting burned out as latest COVID case surge driven by Delta variant grows (8-4-2021)
Danville Bowling Alley Won't Enforce Indoor Mask MandateKatie Nielsen reports on an East Bay business owner who is refusing to make customers or workers comply with the county's indoor masking rule (8-4-2021)
Parents Concerned About Young Children Amid Delta Variant COVID Case SurgeKenny Choi reports on the Delta variant concerns many parents are facing as their young children prepare to return to school (8-4-2021)
CDD Orders New 60-Day Eviction Moratorium As COVID Cases SurgeThe CDC issued a new 60-day moratorium on evictions until October 3, covering areas with "substantial and high levels of COVID-19 transmission" - about 90 percent of the country. Skyler Henry reports.
Marin County Public Schools Consider Mandating Teacher VaccinationsThe Marin County Office of Education is considering having all teachers and employees vaccinated against COVID. Justin Andrews reports.
COVID: South Bay Business Owners Hope Indoor Mask Mandate Keeps Doors OpenSouth Bay businesses were adjusting to the new indoor mask mandate in effect across most of the Bay Area. Betty Yu talked to business owners and patrons to see how they were adjusting to the new order.
COVID: SF Allows Second Dose Of Pfizer, Moderna For J&J Vaccine RecipientsIn what could be a first nationwide, the San Francisco Department of Public Health, while not recommending COVID vaccine boosters, is allowing some people to get them. Andria Borba explains.
COVID: South Bay Lawmaker Wants Businesses To Require Proof Of Vaccination Like NYCBay Area business owners have been calling the shots when it comes to customers showing proof their vaccinated or not. Max Darrow talked to a South Bay lawmaker who wants to create a system modeled after New York City.
Mobile Vaccination Clinics in San Francisco Aim to Bring Shots to Those Who Still Need ThemKenny Choi reports on San Francisco ramping up it's mobile vaccination clinics to reach more people (8-3-2021)
COVID: Vaccine Hesitancy Preventing Many In Marin City From Getting A ShotMarin is one of the most vaccinated counties in California. But, as John Ramos reports, vaccine hesitancy is still keeping some Black residents in Marin City from getting a shot.
COVID: SF Has No Immediate Plans To Open More Test Sites Despite Higher DemandThe surge in COVID cases has more people trying to get tested. Kenny Choi reports in San Francisco, the lines are longer and wait times have increased, but there is no immediate plan to expand test sites.
COVID Talkback: Dr. Karin Shavelson Discusses Herd ImmunityDr. Karin Shavelson of MarinHealth Medical Center talks about herd immunity and the state of the Delta variant COVID case spike (8-3-2021)
Bay Area Residents Adjust to Reinstated Indoor Mask MandateJustin Andrews reports on how people exercising in East Bay gyms are adjusting to the return of indoor masking (8-3-2021)
Bay Area Mask Mandates Return For Indoor BusinessesBeginning Tuesday, Bay Area businesses began to reinstate mandatory mask guidelines for indoor operations. Justin Andrews reports. (8/3/21)
COVID: Kaiser Requiring All Employees To Get VaccinatedKaiser Permanente told all its employees they must be vaccinated by the end of August. Andrea Nakano tells us nearly a quarter million workers and doctors are effected nationwide.
COVID: Palo Alto Gym Prepares For New Mask RulesBusinesses across the Bay Area were scrambling to get ready for the new mask mandate. Betty Yu went to a gym in Palo Alto making last-minute preparations.
COVID Surge: Mask Mandate Goes Into Effect At Stroke Of Midnight Across Bay AreaIndoor masks were back in seven Bay Area counties and the City of Berkeley at the stroke of midnight on Tuesday. Andria Borba talked to business owners and customers about the mandate.
COVID Surge: Officials Fear Spike In Cases Could Overwhelm Community Testing SitesAs COVID cases spike, more people are realizing they need to get tested. As Kenny Choi reports, every Bay Area County Health Department is seeing a significantly higher demand for testing and officials don't want community test sites to get overwhelmed.
COVID: At Least A Dozen COVID Brentwood Students Test PositiveStudents in Brentwood have been back in the classroom for lest than a week and as Katie Nielsen tells us, at less 12, along with a staff member, have tested positive for COVID.

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