Dr. Rita Ng answers common questions about vaccines in Alameda County.
The Johnson & Johnson vaccine has less than a one in a million chance of severe side effects, but the city is pausing its administration out of an abundance of caution.
The city has announced that first-dose vaccination appointments are available April 13-16 for Berkeley or Alameda County residents who are at least 16 years old as well as others.
Visitors will be able to view the spectacular retrospective of the quilts of Rosie Lee Tompkins, an exhibit once scheduled to close in December.
Free rides for South Berkeley residents are available through the South Berkeley Mutual Aid Project and fully vaccinated drivers are encouraged to volunteer.
Nearly half of all Berkeley residents have gotten at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and 30% of the city’s population is fully vaccinated.
The Oakland mass vaccination operation will not close. Meanwhile, Governor Newsom announced California will say goodbye to colored COVID-19 tiers.
LifeLong Medical Care’s street medicine team has vaccinated 35 people in the park so far.
There are hints that a local entity may take over from a federal agency, but nothing concrete.
Religious institutions are offering COVID-19 vaccines to their communities in familiar settings.
Berkeley Unified and the teachers’ union reached an agreement Tuesday on a hybrid learning schedule.
California is expected to announce Tuesday that Alameda County can move into the orange tier, meaning Berkeley could open bars and expand several other business operations.
Curative, the private company running the site, is concerned about the liability of using volunteers at the Golden Gate Fields site.
The COVID-19 vaccine will be available to everyone in Berkeley except children in the next two weeks.
White families are opting for in-person instruction at higher rates than Black and Latinx families.
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Kate Pope, 91, was also cheered by the vaccine helpers who are volunteering their time.
Teachers are looking forward to seeing students again, but there are safety concerns and the rhetoric of the reopening debate has taken its toll.