County health officials reviewed COVID-19 death records and found 411 cases that were “clearly not” caused by the disease.
The state’s plan to pay people to get vaccinated is a strategy to reach community immunity more quickly.
Half a million shots later, East Oakland’s mass vaccination site has closed and the county is focusing on small “radically convenient” pop-up clinics.
Community groups are trying to patch holes in the state’s zip code based system for prioritizing vaccine access.
The FDA has given Pfizer emergency authorization so preteens can get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Getting COVID-19 vaccine shots in arms will now mostly fall to community-based groups.
Officials say the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is safe but rebuilding confidence requires time and education.
More than 68% of county residents have been vaccinated and appointments are much easier to make.
In February, The Oaklandside launched a vaccine information equity campaign. Here’s what we’ve done so far.
From outdoor dining to visiting loved ones, we heard from experts and Oaklanders about how people should navigate their newfound immunity.