Despite Hitting Milestones, Vaccination Rate Imbalances Linger in South BayDevin Fehely reports on discrepancies between vaccination rates in affluent zip codes and poorer areas of the South Bay (5-24-2021)
SMART Train System Makes Changes for Expanded ServiceEmily Turner reports on increased number of SMART trains on weekday schedule (5-24-2021)
Hilton San Francisco Union Square Reopens for GuestsJustin Andrews reports on the Hilton San Francisco Union Square reopening for guests (5/24/21)
Oakland Coliseum COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Site ClosesThe mass vaccination site at the Oakland Coliseum will be shutting down operations Sunday evening after administering more than 500,000 doses. Da Lin reports. (5-23-21)
Santa Clara County COVID-19 Vaccinations Top 1 Million; Great America ReopensThe Bay Area's largest county hit a major milestone this week when it surpassed its millionth COVID-19 vaccine administered, Santa Clara County health officials announced Saturday. Maria Medina reports. (5-22-21)
South Bay Businesses Anticipate Full Reopening in Mid-JuneIn about three weeks, Californians will begin a new chapter in the pandemic when the state lifts nearly all COVID-19 restrictions. In Santa Clara County, business owners large and small can barely wait. Maria Medina reports. (5-21-21)
San Francisco Businesses, Services Spring Back to Life From Pandemic DormancyWith COVID case counts low, vaccinations high and our teams back in town, people are enjoying a new sense of normal in San Francisco. Andria Borba reports. (5-21-21)
Santa Clara's Great America Set to Welcome Back Thrill-SeekersJustin Andrews reports on Great America reopening for visitors for the first time since last year's COVID shutdown (5-21-2021)
Cal OSHA Considers Dropping Face Covering and Social Distancing RequirementsCal OSHA is now considering mid-June as a date to ease face covering and social distancing rules to align with the state’s reopening date. Kenny Choi reports. (5-20-21)
Summer Of ‘Revenge Travel’ Nears: What Bay Area Travelers Should Know Before BookingIt’s being dubbed the summer of “revenge travel.” After more than a year of being locked down, cancelling trips, and spending more time at home than ever before, Americans are ready to take a vacation. Susie Steimle reports. (5/19/21)
Santa Clara County Restaurants Happy About Reduced Restrictions of Yellow TierJustin Andrews reports on restaurants adjusting to changes from Santa Clara County officially entering the Yellow Tier Wednesday (5-19-2021)
Silicon Valley Business Required to Track Employees' Vaccination StatusSilicon Valley businesses will be required to keep a record of who's been vaccinated and who hasn't. Privacy advocates are concerned. Devin Fehely reports. (5-18-21)
Experts Weigh COVID Risks for Summer TravelersTaking to the skies is top of mind for many who have been cooped up for months during the pandemic. How safe is travel if you're vaccinated? And what about COVID variants? Elizabeth Cook reports. (5-18-21)
Santa Clara and Santa Cruz Counties Reach Yellow TierAnne Makovec reports on two greater Bay Area counties joining San Francisco and San Mateo County in the Yellow COVID reopening tier (5-18-2021)
COVID Forces Benicia to Cancel July 4 Fireworks, Torchlight ParadeAndrea Nakano reports on cancellation of Benicia's annual July 4th fireworks celebration (5-17-2021)
Bay Area Residents React to State Waiting to Adopt CDC Masking GuidelinesJuliette Goodrich reports on how local residents feel about California deciding to hold off on adopting CDC mask guidelines (5-17-2021)
WEARING MASKS: Local residents confused by mixed messages about wearing COVID-19 face masksLocal residents confused by mixed messages about wearing COVID-19 face masks
Marin County Steps Up Effort to Vaccinate YouthThere was a big surge in youth vaccinations in Marin County Sunday after health officials gave the green light to vaccinate 12 to 15 year olds. Da Lin reports. (5-16-21)
Redwood City Sets Up Vaccination Clinic for Special-Needs CommunityA one-of-its-kind vaccination clinic was held Saturday in Redwood City. It was designed to be accessible for those with developmental disabilities. Wilson Walker reports. (5-15-21)
East Bay Moviegoers Carefully Step Back Into Reopened TheatersWith pandemic restrictions starting to be peeled back, people in the East Bay headed out Friday night to enjoy a night at the movies as Regal Cinema reopened theaters in Berkeley and Oakland. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-14-21)
Mask Confusion Reigns in California Following New CDC Face-Covering Guidancet's not clear when or whether California will adopt new health guidelines after the federal government said fully-vaccinated people can quit wearing face coverings and social distancing in most situations. Len Ramirez reports. (5-14-21)
Authorities Offer Mixed Messages On Mask-WearingThere’s been a flurry of messages from various federal agencies about wearing masks. Vaccinated people don’t have to wear masks in most siutations, but it all depends. Kiet Do reports. (5/14/21)
COVID Lockdown Stress Leads to Spike in Opioid Overdose DeathsDuring the COVID pandemic, according to a new CDC report, the United States has set a record when it comes to overdose deaths. Juliette Goodrich reports. (5-13-21)
Officials Ponder Easing Indoor Mask Requirements in Wake of New CDC GuidanceThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Thursday that fully-vaccinated Americans could dispense with wearing masks in most settings. Maria Medina reports. (5-13-21)

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