Most say the COVID vaccines have boosted their confidence in attending gatherings.
A South Bay man was surprised by a swarm of caregivers outside a local medical center where he had been hospitalized for nine months due to COVID complications.
Sutter Health pediatricians are looking into what went wrong when some children at their Antioch office got double the amount of COVID vaccine that they would normally have gotten in a single shot.
A Veteran’s Day dinner was held in San Jose to honor veterans for their service to our country and to their community. Blue Star Moms were also recognized.
The Archdiocese of San Francisco sent a letter this week stating they will not require students ages five and older to be vaccinated against COVID-19 at its parochial schools.
The Native American Health Center (NAHC) in the Fruitvale District is 1,400 patients strong and employs more than 100 indigenous people, the largest employer of Native Americans in the Bay Area.
Dining out is a delicate situation for restaurants who are required to ask for proof of COVID vaccination and some eateries have been defying the requirement to check.
Bay Area airports welcomed big crowds of international travelers on the first day the U.S. lifted travel bans from 33 countries.