Mayor Sam Liccardo's proposed mandate would make San Jose the first city in California to require booster shots.
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The guidelines outlined by the state's top public health official are looser for booster shots than those set by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
One website, MyTurn, part of California’s technological response to the pandemic, proved difficult even for epidemiologists.
Approximately 80 school locations have been identified in Santa Clara County for on-site COVID vaccinations. The first locations opened today with vaccinations being provided by the county’s Mobile Vaccination Teams.
Total city workforce vaccination has increased from 89% to 92% in recent weeks. The Police Department has increased from 82% vaccinated to 86% vaccinated as of Sept. 24 and the Fire Department reported a 92% vaccination rate.
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.
More than 5,300 people with COVID-19 were hospitalized in California on Sunday, almost twice the number two weeks earlier.
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
CSU Chancellor Joseph Castro cited the ultra-contagious Delta variant as one reason the university system will require the vaccine to protect CSU students and employees.
The recommendation comes amid an increase in COVID-19 cases, almost exclusively among the unvaccinated, and the proliferation of the more-transmissible Delta variant.
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.
More than 100 tickets to upcoming events and other prizes will be raffled off from among all people who get a COVID-19 vaccine at select county-run vaccination sites in the next few weeks.
Approximately 72 percent of the state's adults have received at least one vaccine dose, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday.
With Covid-19 vaccination rates approaching 80 percent, sites are no longer needed, so some sites will be closing in the next few weeks, Santa Clara County health officials say.