The hospital has long been considered “one of the best pediatric care centers in the nation.” Some say the university affiliation is damaging that reputation.
Health advocates say inequities in vaccine distribution are a problem, but it would be much worse without grassroots groups and clinics.
The Oaklandside is launching a text number to help English speakers ask questions and get new info. Our partner El Tímpano serves Spanish-speaking residents with its own text service.
OUSD is hosting five virtual discussions about the safety of the vaccine, how coronavirus spreads, and how to lessen the risk of getting the virus.
We spoke to two of the organization’s leaders about their plans to revitalize Black neighborhoods in deep East Oakland.
We hosted a live conversation with Dr. Nicholas Moss on Instagram yesterday and took questions from viewers.
It took weeks to get an appointment and hours of standing in line, but my 90-year-old grandmother finally received her first dose.
Residents can fill out a 10-minute survey about fires, earthquakes, and extreme weather to help the city prevent and respond to crises.
As the pandemic drags on, many undocumented Latino immigrants—barred from receiving government benefits—are feeling the strain.
We’ll be speaking with Dr. Nicholas Moss on Feb. 10 and asking your questions about the vaccine rollout in Oakland, reopening plans, and more.