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Oakland Observer
Oakland Observer
 2021-10-19

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Oakland / cbslocal.com

BART Requiring All Employees to Get COVID Vaccine by Dec. 13

BART Requiring All Employees to Get COVID Vaccine by Dec. 13

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — All BART employees and contractors will be required to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or prove their full vaccination status by mid-December under a policy the agency’s board adopted Thursday. The policy — drafted by Board Directors Rebecca Saltzman, Lateefah Simon, Bevan Dufty and Janice Li —... Read more

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don't do it. don't comply. be brave and shut the system down. sooner or later yhey will have to stop this lunacy

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Oakland / postnewsgroup.com

East Bay Area Section of NCNW: 70th Anniversary

East Bay Area Section of NCNW: 70th Anniversary

Gov. Newsom Signs Package of Laws Supporting Restaurants, Bars — California Gov. Gavin Newsom approved a COVID-19 recovery package Friday supporting small hospitality establishments around the state, including restaurants and bars. Aldon Thomas Stiles | California Black Media. California Gov. Gavin Newsom approved a COVID-19 recovery package Friday supporting small... Read more

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Oakland / youtube.com

Oakland, California - Downtown

Oakland, California - Downtown

Welcome to the city of Oakland, CA. Read more

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Oakland / oaklandnorth.net

Event uses fun and games to address two community threats: violence and COVID-19

Event uses fun and games to address two community threats: violence and COVID-19

Pastor Cheryl Ward has been working with young children for many years and recently added teens to her ministry. So it seemed fitting for her to bring youth and their families together on Sunday for an event meant to confront two threats: violence and COVID-19. At Liberation Park on Sunday,... Read more

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