A vaccination site that aims to offer up to 2,000 shots per day has opened in Gilroy, one of the communities in the South Bay hardest hit by the pandemic. Devin Fehely reports. (2/24/21)
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Santa Clara County Opens New COVID Vaccine Site At Gilroy High SchoolA vaccination site that aims to offer up to 2,000 shots per day has opened in Gilroy, one of the communities in the South Bay hardest hit by the pandemic. Devin Fehely reports. (2/24/21)
COVID: California Suspends System Of Shared Vaccine Access Codes After MisuseThe state is changing the way it offers COVID-19 vaccines to disadvantaged communities after people who are currently not eligible for the shot used special codes to get appointments. Wilson Walker reports. (2/24/21)
Saint Mary's Cathedral In San Francisco Makes Online Plea For SupportJohn Ramos reports on San Francisco church starting a GoFundMe page to collect donations and avoid permanent closure (2-24-2021)
Some Marin County Businesses Resume or Expand Indoor OperationsEmily Turner reports on the return to the red tier allowing some businesses in the North Bay to resume indoor activities (2-24-2021)
COVID: After Months Of Videoconferencing How To Deal With 'Zoom Fatigue'After months of videoconferencing during the pandemic, a new study confirms many are feeling 'Zoom fatigue.' Maria Medina tells us how to deal with it.
COVID: Marin, San Mateo County Move Into Red TierSome Bay Area counties will be moving into the red tier at the stroke of midnight on Wednesday. Betty Yu tells us what that will mean for businesses and residents.
COVID: Parents Protest To Reopen Sunnyvale Schools, Threaten To Recall BoardDozens of parents protested in Sunnyvale to reopen schools there. Devin Fehely tells us they are even threatening to recall the school board.
Businesses To Expand Operations After San Mateo County Moves into Red TierWilson Walker reports on San Mateo County restaurant owners having mixed feelings about return to red tier (2-23-2021)
No Return Date Yet For San Francisco Schools; District, Unions Still Far ApartAs the one-year mark approaches since the last time San Francisco public school children were in class, it appears the school district and the teachers union are not any closer to agreeing on a plan to open up classrooms. Emily Turner reports. (2/23/21)
COVID: More Contagious California Mutation About Half Of All Cases In StateResearchers are finding an increase in coronavirus variants across the state. As Andrea Nakano reports, one mutation that spreads more quickly is responsible for about half the cases in the state.
Effort To Recall San Francisco School Board President, Board Members Gains MomentumJohn Ramos reports on San Francisco's school board suspending efforts to rename schools until students are returned to classrooms (2-22-2021)
COVID: Restaurants, Gyms Prepare For Red Tier Status In San Mateo CountyMany counties could move into the state COVID-19 red tier as early as Tuesday. As Andria Borba tells us, the change will have a serious impact on gyms and restaurants in San Mateo County.
President Biden Holds Remembrance For 500,000 American Lives Lost To COVIDNatalie Brand reports on candle-lighting ceremony to mark somber milestone of 500,000 U.S deaths to COVID (2-22-2021)
COVID Reopening: Santa Clara County Business Owners Anxiously Wait As Neighbors Look To Enter Red TierWith neighboring counties likely to enter the Red Tier, possibly as soon as Tuesday, restaurants and business owners in Santa Clara County wonder when it will be their turn. Devin Fehely reports. (2/22/21)
Elementary School Students Excited To Return To In-Class Learning In San CarlosKiet Do reports on the San Carlos Unified School District reopening schools for transitional kindergarten and first-grade students (2-22-2021)
Gov. Newsom Reports Significant Progress In Reducing COVID-19 SpreadAnne Makovec reports on California officials touting improved COVID-19 case numbers (2-22-2021)
Effort To Recall San Francisco School Board President, Board Members Gains MomentumEmily Turner reports on petition to recall the president of the San Francisco school board and two additional members getting 1,200 signatures (2-22-2021)
Unifying America: South Bay Church Takes On A New MissionEmmanuel Baptist Church has transformed itself into one of San Jose's largest and most-used coronavirus testing sites. Devin Fehely reports on its effort to unify a community in a time of crisis. (2-21-21)
Oakley School Board Resignations Spotlight Rift Between Educators, Parents Over ReopeningWhat happened in Oakley this week is now part of a statewide fight over reopening schools. Wilson Walker reports. (2-20-21)
East Bay Vaccination Sites Expand Focus Toward Education WorkersThe vaccination clinic at the Alameda County Office of Education in Hayward was held specifically for employees who either work on campuses now or will be on campus when in-person learning resumes. John Ramos reports. (2-20-21)
East Bay Restaurants Band Together to Boost Business Amid PandemicIn the Tri Valley, the coronavirus pandemic is forcing the restaurant industry to come up with new ways to drum up business. The result: Taste Tri-Valley Restaurant Week, an effort to help businesses survive. Andrea Nakano reports. (2-19-21)
Oakley School Board Resigns After President Steps Down Over 'Hot Mic' RemarksOne day after the president of the Oakley school board resigned over disparaging comments about parents that she and other board members made on a video conference call the rest of the board trustees followed her lead. Juliette Goodrich reports. (2-19-21)
Newsom to Increase Vaccination for Teachers But Says They Can Teach Without ItGov. Newsom insists that teachers don't need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to get back into classroom but he plans to allocate 10 percent of all new doses to educators beginning March 1. Andria Borba reports. (2-19-21)
Rapid Drop in Coronavirus Cases Sparks Talk of Imminent Herd ImmunityCoronavirus cases are dropping fast all across the country but experts caution that predictions of herd immunity right around the corner are premature. Wilson Walker reports. (2-19-21)