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The City of Los Angeles requires proof of vaccination for many indoor businesses beginning today.
The semester that began Aug.19 is offering a mix of in person, hybrid and fully online classes. San Jose officials are calling this a “a transition semester.”
Today's decision will set off a cascade of vaccine requirements by hospitals, colleges, corporations and other organizations.
The proposal by San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo would apply to all staff as well as attendees at events at the SAP Center, the Center for Performing Arts and McEnery Convention Center with more than 50 people.
With more than 90% of the state’s population in areas now with substantial or high transmission, the California Department of Public Health recommends universal masking in indoor public settings and in schools
When state officials announced they were offering residents access to a digital record of their coronavirus vaccinations, they stressed that it is not a "vaccine passport," but might come in handy for sporting events, concerts and international travel.
Santa Clara County partners with San Jose Earthquakes for special giveaway at PayPal Park Thursday June 10, 4-7pm.
Kaiser Permanente's Vaccine Study Center and Division of Research, both based in Oakland, are conducting the trial in concert with Pfizer and BioNTech, which co-developed the vaccine that will be used in the trial.
Vaccinations were for vulnerable populations, but links shut down when news spread. Residents who entered their info struggled to get answers.
Just one-third of Santa Clara Countys 16- and 17-year-olds have received at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
There have been 15 confirmed cases of the rare clotting event among nearly 8 million total doses administered in the U.S. All were women.
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.
The vaccine rollout has been chaotic, according to news reports and hundreds of emails sent by The New York Times' California Today readers.
Homeless and formerly homeless are using their shared experiences to get other unhoused residents a jab at a San Jose vaccine clinic Friday.
The state’s Department of Public Health issued a statement Tuesday urging a temporary pause on the vaccine’s administration.