The City of Los Angeles requires proof of vaccination for many indoor businesses beginning today.
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All people age 16 and older who live or work in the county are eligible and are encouraged to sign up for a vaccination appointment.
Health officials said a significantly increased allocation of vaccine doses that allowed them to expand eligibility Tuesday.
As state and county officials broaden the list of people eligible for the Covid vaccine, prioritization has gotten more controversial.
State leaders believe the rich and influential will have a hard time cutting in line to get the first precious doses of the vaccine.
The county now expects to get 39,300 doses of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine in December, in addition to doses of the Pfizer vaccine.
In the first allotment of the Pfizer vaccine, California will be getting 327,000 doses—of which 17,500 will be sent to Santa Clara County.
We’ll continue to publish news about shifts in perspectives regarding COVID-19.
Today's decision will set off a cascade of vaccine requirements by hospitals, colleges, corporations and other organizations.
Just one-third of Santa Clara Countys 16- and 17-year-olds have received at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Santa Clara County received its first 5,850 doses of the new Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine earlier this week.
This delivery is the first of the initial 17,550 doses allocated to the county by the state, 230 of which will go to San Benito County.
Since the initial amount will be limited, vaccines will be prioritized for health care workers, who are most at risk of contracting the disease.
California Labor Commissioner Lilia Garcia-Brower cited Foster Farms, LLC, Foster Poultry Farms, Viking Staffing CA LLC, Human Bees Inc. and Marcos Renteria Ag Services. Inc. for failing to pay workers when they sick with COVID-19.
Criminal charges were announced against a man and a woman in Santa Cruz County and three other Californians, as well as owners and executives of medical businesses, physicians and manufacturers of fake COVID-19 vaccination record cards with losses greater than $149 million.
Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders anounced they have agreed to restore California paid sick leave for COVID-19.