Even in the Bay Area there are pockets of resistance where the coronavirus and its variants can take hold. Fortunately, many who haven't been vaccinated are reacting to omicron by getting the shot. Wilson Walker reports. (12-2-21)

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South Bay Health Officials Call on Private Health Care Providers to Ramp Up COVID TestingKiet Do reports on Santa Clara County Health officials providing guidance on getting a COVID test during the omicron surge and calling on private health care providers to do more testing (1-14-2022)
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Expert Says a Quarter of Americans With Omicron May Be AsymptomaticAn average of one in four Americans could be infected with COVID-19 and not know it, according to a Bay Area medical expert. Maria Cid Medina reports. (1-13-22)
South Bay Sewage Tests Show Sign of COVID DeclineData collected from wastewater in Santa Clara County show strong indications that covid cases could be on the way down. Len Ramirez reports. (1-13-22)
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COVID: MarinHealth Doctor On Cal/OSHA Rules, Masks, Omicron SurgeDr. Karin Shavelson, chief medical officer at MarinHealth, talks to KPIX 5's Ryan Yamamoto about new rules from Cal/OSHA on testing, the CDC on masks and other questions on the COVID-19 omicron surge. (1/12/22)
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Newsom Urges Californians To Stay Strong During Omicron's SurgeAllen Martin reports on Gov. Gavin Newsom outlining the state's plans to address surging COVDI cases from omicron variant (1-12-2022)
Most Bay Area Counties Not Considering Increased COVID restrictionsJustin Andrews reports on likelihood of other Bay Area counties announcing restrictions similar to latest health order from Sonoma County amid COVID case surge (1-12-2022)
Struggle to Get COVID Test Continues to Bay Area ResidentsJocelyn Moran reports on many Bay Area residents still having a hard time getting a COVID test amid the omicron surge (1-12-2022)
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COVID Surge: Bay Area Hospitals Urge Patients Not To Go To ER For TestingBay Area hospitals dealing with the COVID surge have issued an urgent plea. Andrea Nakano tells us they do not want people going to ERs asking for tests or vaccinations.
COVID: South Bay Coronavirus Case Numbers May Be Higher Than ReportedThe number of coronavirus cases is exploding in Santa Clara County. As Kiet Do reports, the case numbers may be higher than what is actually reported.

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