Travelers heading out of San Francisco International Airport may face new mask restirctions at their destinations as new information from the CDC indicates the surging COVID Delta variant is even more transmissable than originally thought. Justin Andrews reports.

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Travelers Facing New Mask Restrictions As COVID Delta Variant SurgesTravelers heading out of San Francisco International Airport may face new mask restirctions at their destinations as new information from the CDC indicates the surging COVID Delta variant is even more transmissable than originally thought. Justin Andrews reports.
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Santa Clara County Will Require All County Employees to Get COVID Vaccine22,000 employees who work at Santa Clara County buildings will fall under the vaccine mandate. Katie Nielsen reports. (7-29-21)
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SF City Leaders Join Jewish Community to Denounce Recent Anti-Semitic IncidentsAfter several anti-Semitic incidents across the country and in the Bay Area, local Jewish leaders, elected officials and community members gathered for a show of solidarity. Max Darrow reports. (7-29-21)
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San Mateo County Supervisor To Unvaccinated: 'Shame on You'Justin Andrews reports on San Mateo County Supervisor David Canepa criticizing those who refuse to get vaccinated (7-29-2021)
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Foster City Requiring People To Wear Face Masks Indoors At City-Operated BuildingsFoster City officials announced they will be requiring everyone to wear face coverings indoors starting Thursday when visiting city-operated buildings. Justin Andrews reports.
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