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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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A Mark Fiore cartoon featuring a graph of vaccine supply and demand, with a steep demand line covered with people awaiting their vaccine coming to a cliff where an empty box, nurse and syringe "supply" await.

The Law of Supply and Demand, Demand, Demand

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As SFO's United Workers Face Furloughs, Lawmakers Say COVID-19 Relief Bill Could Help Save Bay Area Jobs

See California's Vaccination Rates by Race and Ethnicity

California’s Politically Fraught School Reopening Plan Up for Vote

A Mark Fiore cartoon showing a year of calendar pages, all labeled "March 2020," then changing to "March 2021" and "April 2021." Caption is: The Year in Review, COVID edition.

A Very Long Year of March

San Francisco, Santa Clara, Napa Counties Move to Less Restrictive Reopening Tier

San Mateo County Leaders Push to Prioritize East Palo Alto for COVID-19 Vaccine

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It's Been a Year of COVID. What Do You Need?

SF-Based One Medical's Coronavirus Vaccine Practices Spark Congressional Investigation

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