Two dozen former city workers claim the city didn’t accommodate their Christian beliefs against abortion when it fired them for refusing the vaccine.
The nonprofit will be providing on-site health screenings, vaccinations, and health care information for underserved communities.
Experts recommend scheduling an appointment before the fall and winter months.
Proof of vaccination is still required at senior centers and assisted living facilities, and masks are now required at large indoor events.
Plus: Madison Park is being renamed for Wilma Chan and councilmembers want an investigation of the treatment of women of color.
Enforcing the vaccine requirement this year would have likely pushed nearly 3,000 students out of school.
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.
Proof of vaccination will be required beginning Feb. 1, and also applies to bars, concert venues, senior centers, and more.
A controversial ban on backyard cottages is also finally heading before councilmembers.
Most OUSD students 12 and up will need to be fully vaccinated by Jan. 1 to continue going to school in person.
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.
Children ages 5 to 11 are now approved to get Pfizer’s vaccine.
Students will have until January 1, 2022 to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or else enroll in independent study.
OUSD has until October to develop a COVID-19 vaccination plan for students 12 and up, but it may not be enforced until January. Critics say the decision could harm students and families who don’t comply.
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Masks will be again be required indoors in Oakland and across the Bay Area starting at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday morning.
The mask recommendation applies to both vaccinated and unvaccinated residents in an effort to prevent COVID-19 virus spread among all groups.