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.
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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.
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.
More than 251,000 Californians signed up to help, some hoping to get an early shot. Few got the chance to volunteer.
Vaccinations were for vulnerable populations, but links shut down when news spread. Residents who entered their info struggled to get answers.
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.
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.
What does the state plan to do when it comes to proving that people are vaccinated in the coming months and years?
Health officials say testing is critical to understanding where the region stands in the pandemic, particularly as new variants circulate.
Roughly 20 million vaccine doses have been administered statewide, state officials say.
The poll of 971 people found discrepancies in vaccine hesitancy by race and income level as providers test the vaccine efficacy among children.
A dozen epidemiology, public health and equity experts weigh in on the state's vaccine rollout as more people become eligible for the jab.