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‘People Are Dying as We Wait’: Bid to Tighten California Nursing Home Oversight Sputters

Where Can I Get a COVID-19 Vaccine in the Bay Area? Your Questions Answered

Once on the Brink of Eradication, Syphilis Is Raging Again in San Francisco and Beyond

US Recommends Pausing Use of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Over Blood Clot Concerns

Arsenio Hall shows off his muscles to Magic Johnson before they both get a vaccine as Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti looks on from the rooftop of parking structure at USC as a part of a vaccination awareness event at the university on March 24, 2021. Hall received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Johnson received the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

COVID Variants, Vaccines and Staying Safe: What You Should Know

'Worst. Editorial. Guidance. Ever.' KQED Science Reporters Reflect on the Pandemic's Early Days

Maricela Arreguin Mejia (L) and her brother Nestor Arreguin mourn the death of their father Gilberto Arreguin Camacho, 58, due to COVID-19 during his burial at a cemetery on New Year's Eve, December 31, 2020.

COVID-19 and Personal Grief: Advice from Experts

Pelosi and Schumer sitting with masks on, signing American Rescue Plan Act

Bay Area Leaders Applaud Passage of $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package. Here's What's in It

Prepared doses of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, the newest vaccine approved by the U.S. FDA for emergency use, sit in a box at an event put on by the Thornton Fire Department on March 6, 2021 in Thornton, Colorado.

CDC Gives Green Light for Fully Vaccinated People to Meet Each Other Indoors

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