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]
Doctors, nurses, and other healthcare and frontline workers in Oakland have begun receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
A program for African American men with prostate cancer pivoted to organizing COVID testing for African Americans in East Oakland this fall.
We caught up with essential worker, EMT Allen Hernandez from West Oakland.
Takeout, walking one's dog, going to the grocery store are still allowed after curfew.
High rates of Oakland's homeless, foster, and new immigrant students have dropped out from online learning.
Two upcoming pop-up test sites hope to test 1,000 African Americans in Oakland, the population with most devastating COVID effects in Alameda County.
"One of the things I’ve tried to emphasize to my friends and others is by getting tested and knowing, you’re doing yourself a favor and helping reduce that risk for others."
Since the start of the pandemic, the Bay Area has banded together in a multitude of ways to support the most critical needs of our community. Cheetah, the first restaurant supply app, is launching a[Read more]
Ed, sole caregiver for his wife, both contract COVID-19 despite precautions.