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2 Bay Area school districts approve COVID vaccine mandate

Two San Francisco Bay Area school districts voted Wednesday to approve COVID vaccine mandates, requiring students ages 12 and older to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Oakland Unified School District and Piedmont Unified School District are the first districts in Northern California to take this step. The districts haven't released timelines...
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Oakland School Officials Approve COVID Vaccination Mandate For Students

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Without deciding on a timeline, Oakland Unified School District officials approved a COVID-19 health mandate late Wednesday that will require all eligible students 12 and older to be fully vaccinated. The district — which serves about 50,000 students — was the first in Northern California to require student vaccinations, joining mandates already in place for public school systems in Los Angeles — the second largest in the U.S. — and Culver City. As to when the mandate may take effect, officials seem to be leaning toward January. The measure passed by a 5-1 margin with Board President Shanthi Gonzales...
OAKLAND, CA
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COVID-19 vaccine availability: Where to find it Thursday

Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in Pleasanton: 1. 6750 Bernal Ave (925) 249-9011; 2. 2819 Hopyard Rd 925-846-8345; 3. 6790 Bernal Ave 925-484-1960; 4. 1763 Santa Rita Rd 925-426-1562; 5. 4501 Rosewood Dr 925-734-8744; 6. 3112 Santa Rita Rd 925-398-6369;
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2 Bay Area counties have over 90% of eligible residents fully vaccinated against COVID-19

FILE – In this March 2, 2021, file photo, Vanessa Guerra, at right, a special education teacher at Grant Elementary School in Hollywood, receives a shot of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine from nurse Kelly Mendoza at a site for employees of the Los Angeles school district in the parking lot of SOFI Stadium in Inglewood, Calif. California will become the first state in the nation to require all teachers and school staff to get vaccinated or undergo weekly COVID-19 testing. The statewide vaccine mandate for K-12 educators comes as schools return from summer break amid growing concerns of the highly contagious delta variant. Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the new policy Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2021 as he visited a San Francisco Bay Area school that has already reopened after summer break. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)
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A Research Model Predicts A Steady Decline in COVID-19 Cases Nationwide, But Local Experts Advise Caution

The latest analysis from the COVID-19 Scenario Modeling Hub, a consortium of researchers advising the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suggests that cases and deaths nationwide will likely decline steadily now through the spring without a significant winter surge. The modelers developed four potential scenarios, taking into account whether...
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Herd immunity needed to end pandemic, hospital says

In a virtual town hall on Tuesday with Dr. Sabrina Kidd, the University of California San Francisco medical director for Sonoma Valley Hospital, she provided the latest updates for the COVID-19 pandemic. Kidd spoke for nearly an hour about ongoing cases in Sonoma County, vaccine myths, variant threats, vaccinations for...
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