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As California continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic, KQED is committed to providing resources and information to help support communities in our region. We will continue to report on issues of health, policy and the economy of the Bay Area and beyond. 

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Cartoon: a retro-looking poster with smiling school kids that reads, "California, requiring vaccines to attend school since 1962."

Chill, We've Been Here Before

'A Crisis For Working Families': How the End of California's COVID Sick Leave Could Burden Workers

Students wearing masks and backpacks walk through a chain-link fence.

Oakland Unified to Require Coronavirus Vaccine for Students 12 and Up

Blue-gloved hands administer a vaccine into a shoulder.

FDA OKs Pfizer-BioNTech Booster for People 65+ or at High Risk for Severe COVID

A woman in a mask and PPE points another woman into a stadium full of red chairs.

A Research Model Predicts a Steady Decline in COVID-19 Cases Nationwide, but Local Experts Advise Caution

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COVID Vaccine Boosters for All Were Meant to Roll Out This Week. What Happened?

Larry Green looks at Teresa Frey as she applies a Band-Aid on his right shoulder.

Which State Has the Lowest Virus Transmission Rate in the Country? California

Will Oakland Require COVID-19 Vaccinations for Public School Students?

SFO Becomes First Major U.S. Airport to Mandate COVID Vaccinations for All Workers

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