Tag: vaccine

San Francisco Expands Vaccine Eligibility

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Department of Public Health reported that people who are 16 years of age and older and located in the following...

Giants: Come To Park With Negative Test, Vaccine

SAN FRANCISCO — On Thursday, April 1, the San Francisco Giants announced that people can watch them play starting April 9 at Oracle Park...

Facebook Reopening Bay Area Offices In May

SAN FRANCISCO — On Friday, March 26, social media company Facebook announced that some of its workers will be returning to its Bay Area...

6,300 People Underdosed At Oakland Coliseum

OAKLAND—On Wednesday, March 3, the California Department of Health said that people who were vaccinated at the Oakland Coliseum may have been underdosed for...

San Francisco To Open Three COVID Vaccination Sites

SAN FRANCISCO—On the morning of January 15, San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced a plan to create a network of vaccination sites with the...

Are We Near The End For Coronavirus?

UNITED STATES—Is the end near? It feels like a lot of people seem to think that, but we all know that just because a...

Stay-At-Home Order Updated Amidst Criticism

SAN FRANCISCO—On Thursday, December 10, the San Francisco Department of Public Health updated its stay-at-home order so residents can visit one person outside their...

CA Health Care Workers Vaccinate First If Approved

CALIFORNIA—According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Governor Gavin Newsom said on Monday, November 23 that more than two million health care workers in the...

Cable Cars Shut Down Until COVID-19 Vaccine Is Available

SAN FRANCISCO—The tracks of Powell street have been empty ever since the cable cars shut down in mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic. San...

Hepatitis A Plagues San Diego, Worst Uprising In Decades

SAN DIEGO—Reports began surfacing on Friday, October 6 that Hepatitis A has plagued the San Diego area, impacting members of the homeless population and...
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