Emeryville, CA COVID-19 Vaccines

San Mateo Daily Journal

Millbrae rejects new vaccine rules

A plan to require proof of vaccination for many indoor and outdoor facilities including restaurants, gyms, entertainment venues and personal service businesses in Millbrae was rejected by the City Council among concerns of inconsistent rules within the county and unnecessarily burdening small businesses with enforcement. The proposal, introduced by Councilmember...
Contra Costa Herald

Fire fighters protest COVID-19 vaccine mandate at Contra Costa Supervisors meeting

Goes into effect tomorrow, Sept. 17; Board supports LAFCO consolidation of fire departments. With the clock ticking, a battalion of upset Contra Costa County Fire District fire fighters remotely protested before the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors that they refuse to obey a “draconian” August 13 Contra Costa Health Services order requiring county first responders to be fully vaccinated or face termination.
US News and World Report

2 Bay Area School Systems Mull Vaccine Mandates for Students

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The boards of the San Francisco Bay Area's two largest school districts are set to vote next week on whether to mandate vaccinations against COVID-19 for all staff and students age 12 and older. Board members for West Contra Unified, which serves more than 28,000 students...

County Health Officer Supports COVID Vaccination Requirement In West Contra Costa Unified Schools

RICHMOND (CBS SF) — Contra Costa County Health officer Dr. Chris Farnitano added his voice Friday to those supporting a proposal that all eligible students, teachers and staff in the West Contra Costa Unified School District be required to show proof of a COVID-19 vaccination. School board members Demetrio Gonzalez-Hoy and Otheree Christian say they will bring a resolution to the board at a special meeting Tuesday calling for the mandate to be issued for the district which serves more than 28,000 students in Richmond, El Cerrito, Hercules, Pinole, San Pablo and several unincorporated areas. In a letter to the board...