We spoke to Alameda County Public Health Department’s Dr. Joanna Locke about testing, masking, and other advice for a safe holiday gathering.
The nonprofit will be providing on-site health screenings, vaccinations, and health care information for underserved communities.
Health experts say positive cases are underreported, but high vaccination rates have meant fewer hospitalizations and deaths.
We spoke to Dr. Noha Aboelata of Roots Community Health Center about the new variant BA.2, emerging COVID-19 treatments, and more.
Roommates, large families, and live-work residents have encountered some challenges accessing tests from the federal government.
We asked UCSF’s Dr. Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo how Oakland can stay safe in the face of the latest COVID-19 variant.
Doctors say Bay Area cases are rising quickly due to the omicron and delta variants, but this time, residents have added protection from vaccines and boosters, masks and social distancing.
Where you can get a booster vaccine dose in Oakland, and what the experience was like.
Heading into the holidays with rising COVID-19 case numbers, here’s how children can get vaccinated.
Alameda County’s top health official Dr. Nicholas Moss has some recommendations.
Masks will be again be required indoors in Oakland and across the Bay Area starting at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday morning.
County health officials reviewed COVID-19 death records and found 411 cases that were “clearly not” caused by the disease.
How to sign up to get notified when it’s your turn, who’s next in line, and more answers to your questions about getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
Oakland Unified has a limited amount of time to spend nearly $300 million from COVID legislation.
The American Rescue Plan includes financial assistance for cities. The money could help Oakland avoid severe budget cuts.
The Biden administration extended the deadline to March 9, and opened the program to people who didn’t qualify before.
California will give up to $25,000 to qualifying businesses impacted by the pandemic. Here’s how to apply.
Problems with the state’s website prompted officials to extend the application deadline to Jan. 13.
The new guidelines prohibit gatherings with people outside of your household through Jan. 4.
Alameda County is accepting applications for its latest round of CARES Act small business grants. But some struggling Oakland business owners fear they may still be forced to close.