Over 400 doctors in the East Bay sent an open letter to residents pleading for residents to get vaccinated. The letter states they are tired of the suffering caused by the virus.
COVID-19 deaths and cases in the U.S. have climbed to levels not seen since last winter, wiping out months of progress and potentially bolstering President Joe Biden’s argument for sweeping new vaccination requirements.
An extra two weeks of sick pay given during the pandemic is coming to an end for many California workers.
Classes are set to resume in-person on campus at Stanford University September 20. Now there are some updates to their COVID-19 safety protocol.
A group that represents many of the Bay Area's largest employers is recommending that businesses require their employees to be vaccinated against COVID before coming back to work.
The city of Santa Rosa on Tuesday announced they will require city employees to be vaccinated for COVID-19 effective October 1.
In a statement released by the company on Wednesday, Pfizer-BioNTech said patients who received a booster shot up to eight months after their two-dose regimen were given three times the protection from the novel coronavirus.
Protestors against the mandate came out in force prior to the meeting and during the meeting. City leaders in San Jose ultimately decided to approve it.
The BTS tour was originally announced in January 2020 and slated to begin in April, stopping at 17 venues worldwide with 38 concerts across Asia, Europe and North America to promote BTS’s new album “Map of the Soul: 7.”
A new rule goes into effect on Wednesday requiring anyone visiting a hospital or skilled nursing home in California to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test.
Bay Area restaurants are facing new challenges from the delta variant as workers get sick and diners shun eating indoors.
Could you be required to be vaccinated to enter an indoor venue in the Bay Area? Some cities are now considering a mandate following New York City’s lead. City leaders in San Francisco and Berkeley are pushing for a mandate.
Alameda County would be in the most restrictive tier of the state's former pandemic reopening plan based on the county's current COVID-19 case data, the top county health official said Tuesday.
The delta variant may also progress quicker in hospitalized patients, one expert said.