One of the ways in which the state has tried to ensure the vaccines are reaching the most vulnerable — those who live in low-income neighborhoods or zip codes disproportionately impacted by high rates of[Read more]
Oakland Voices alumna Tonya Shipp shares her experience of what life has been like since the pandemic.
Hello dear Oakland Voices readers and community, We will be taking a holiday break until January 4, 2021. It has been quite a year. In March, we graduated the 2019 cohort of Oakland Voices and[Read more]
ICU BEDS IN REGION IMPACTED Just as the COVID-19 vaccines arrive to frontline workers in the Bay Area, the region’s ICU beds dip below 15 percent availability. As of yesterday, the Bay Area’s ICU beds[Read more]
County ICU hospitalizations increase; Teachers push back on district's re-opening plan; playgrounds can open
Takeout, walking one's dog, going to the grocery store are still allowed after curfew.
An Oakland community college student moves to Portland, Oregon during the pandemic, only to return after a stressful few months.
The festival takes place at Oakland Tribune Tower through Sunday, October 18, 2020.
In the midst of a global pandemic, Aqueila Lewis and her family move to Vegas to seek more affordable housing.
As coronavirus hit an all-time high in California this week with more than 6,000 positive cases per day on some days, Oakland and Alameda County are starting to re-open some businesses and places of worship.