Everyone 16 and Older Eligible for COVID Vaccine Everyone who is 16 years and older is now eligible to receive a COVID vaccine in Alameda County. Modern and Johnson & Johnson vaccines (which are currently[Read more]
Plus, more news you can use about the COVID vaccine Alameda County opened its first community-based COVID-19 vaccination site at Fremont High School in East Oakland on February 4, while the state is partnering with[Read more]
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]
Starting this week, some Oakland seniors 65 and older — alongside food and agriculture essential workers, emergency workers, and education and childcare workers — will receive their vaccines near the Fruitvale district. And starting next[Read more]
What you need to know about COVID in Oakland right now.
Information on vaccine roll-out in Oakland and beyond.
COVID-19 cases in Oakland expand.
Doctors, nurses, and other healthcare and frontline workers in Oakland have begun receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
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]