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Who’s next in line, where to get a shot, and more answers to your questions about getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
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The FDA has given Pfizer emergency authorization so preteens can get vaccinated against COVID-19.
No appointment is needed for a one- or two-shot COVID-19 vaccine at the Bayer site in West Berkeley. Drop-ins are also open at Golden Gate Fields.
Officials say the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is safe but rebuilding confidence requires time and education.
The move puts the city in alignment with the new guidelines by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Seventy percent of Berkeley residents have had one dose and over 45% of those who are eligible are fully vaccinated.
From outdoor dining to visiting loved ones, we heard from experts about how people should navigate their newfound immunity.
Exemptions will be made based on religious beliefs or medical history.
With all adults now eligible, community clinics are helping make vaccine distribution more equitable, but supply problems could crop up again.
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.