COVID

26 Mar 2021

All Californians 16 and Older Are Eligible for Vaccine Starting April 15th

by Eli Walsh California will open COVID-19 vaccine access to all residents age 16 and up on April 15 based on expected increases in the supply of vaccine doses, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday. Vaccine doses will first become available statewide to residents age 50 and over on April 1,

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25 Mar 2021

SF Artists New $1000/Month Guaranteed Income Pilot Program!

Good news for SF artists!  The Guaranteed Income Pilot Program for San Francisco Artists launched this morning, March 25th, and the application process is officially open today, and it closes April 25th. The City is partnering with Yerba Buena Center for the Arts to implement $1,000/month economic relief program for

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25 Mar 2021

Study Shows States with Republican Govs. had far worse COVID Death rates

States led by Republican governors in the US had much higher rates of COVID-19 infections and deaths throughout 2020, according to a new study by the American Journal of Preventative Medicine, released March 9th, 2021. The study, named Associations Between Governor Political Affiliation and COVID-19 Cases, Deaths, and Testing in

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24 Mar 2021

Reminder: You Are Not ‘Fully Vaccinated’ Until 2 Weeks After Your Shot

It’s great to see so many people posting their shots of themselves getting the vaccine shot (though seriously, don’t show any personally identifiable information on your vaccination card). But people, you are not instantly immune to COVID-19 once you get the vaccine, and it takes two full weeks for the

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24 Mar 2021

What It’s Like To Be a Server Right Now

Ask a server what it’s like to wait tables in the age of Covid and, depending on the state they live in, the answers can be as varied as box of herbal teas. I live and work in New York City. A year ago, my borough of Queens was the

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23 Mar 2021

Offices and Outdoor Bars Reopen in SF and Two Other Bay Area Counties

Outdoor bars?? Yes, please!  The sun is shining Tuesday with news that San Francisco, Marin and Santa Clara counties have all been moved to the orange tier in the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Not only are bars finally permitted to operate outdoors without food service, but indoor dining

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19 Mar 2021

Caltrain to Provide Free Rides to Vaccination Sites

Starting next week, Caltrain will offer free train rides to and from COVID-19 vaccination sites for people living or working in San Francisco, Santa Clara or San Mateo counties. The agency said that fare payment to vaccination sites will not be required until further notice, starting Monday, March 22. Passengers

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18 Mar 2021

Fauci goes head-to-head with Rand Paul Over Masks

Sen. Rand Paul and Dr. Anthony Fauci clashed during a Senate hearing on COVID-19.  The argument was mainly about the studies involved in mask wearing, and whether those who have already been infected and/or vaccinated, should continue to wear masks. Dr. Fauci to Sen. Rand Paul: "Here we go again

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