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Free Family Admission to Oakland Zoo at Pop-Up Vaccine ClinicFree Family Admission to Oakland Zoo at Pop-Up Vaccine Clinic
By - posted 1/25/2022
Bay Area Favorites, Oakland, Vaccines

Oakland Zoo is hosting two pop-up COVID vaccination clinics, on February 5 & 26, 2022. Receive your free COVID-19 vaccine/booster at Oakland Zoo’s pop-up clinic and get a free Oakland Zoo Family Pass*, good for a one-day admission for 2 adults and 2 children, plus free parking for one vehicle (a $98 more...

Free Family Museum Pass for Children's Discovery Museum for Vaccine Clinic (Feb. 13)Free Family Museum Pass for Children’s Discovery Museum for Vaccine Clinic (Feb. 13)
By - posted 1/25/2022
Vaccines

Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose is hosting a vaccine clinic. Get vaccinated at the museum on February 13, 9:30am – 4:30pm, and receive a free museum vaxpass. The “vaxpass” is valid for one museum visit for up to eight people the day of the clinic or through May 31, 2022 more...

San Jose to Require Vaccine Booster for Indoor Events (Feb. 4)San Jose to Require Vaccine Booster for Indoor Events (Feb. 4)
By - posted 1/12/2022
Bay Area Updates, COVID-19 Updates, Vaccines

By Eli Walsh, Bay City News Foundation People attending events at facilities like the SAP Center and San Jose Convention Center will soon be required to show proof that they have received a COVID-19 vaccine booster dose following a vote Tuesday by the San Jose City Council. The ordinance, which the council more...

Oakland To Require Proof of Vaccination at Indoor Public Locations (Feb. 1)Oakland To Require Proof of Vaccination at Indoor Public Locations (Feb. 1)
By - posted 1/12/2022
Brand New, COVID-19 Updates, Oakland, Vaccines

Effective February 1, 2022, proof of vaccination will be required for people 12 years and older to enter the following indoor public locations in Oakland: Establishments or events where food or drink is served including restaurants, bars, coffee houses, clubs, and banquet halls Entertainment venues, theaters, concert venues, museums, and recreation facilities Gyms, more...

SF to Require Boosters at 1,000+ Indoor "Mega Events" in 2022SF to Require Boosters at 1,000+ Indoor “Mega Events” in 2022
By - posted 12/29/2021
COVID-19 Updates, Only in San Francisco, San Francisco, Vaccines, What's Closed / What's Open

San Francisco temporarily tightens universal indoor masking requirement & augments vaccination requirements amid Omicron surge Indoor mega-events will require up-to-date vaccinations, including boosters, starting February 1, 2022. December 29, 2021. Mayor London Breed N. Breed and SF Health Director Dr. Grant Colfax announced today updates to the Safer Return Together Health Order in response to the sharp increase more...

Where to Get a Booster in SF Quickly (Without an Appointment)Where to Get a Booster in SF Quickly (Without an Appointment)
By - posted 12/26/2021
COVID-19 Updates, San Francisco, Vaccines

With the Omicron variant surging, it can be tough to find an available appointment for a Covid-19 booster shot anytime soon. Here’s where you can walk-up without an appointment in San Francisco. Related: COVID Testing: All 23 Free Testing Sites in San Francisco – updated 12/21/21 San Francisco COVID Booster Drop-in Sites Ages more...

Which SF Bars & Restaurants Now Require Booster ShotsWhich SF Bars & Restaurants Now Require Booster Shots
By - posted 12/21/2021
Bars, Bay Area Updates, COVID-19 Updates, Indoor Dining, San Francisco, Vaccines

With Omicron spreading faster, it was only a matter of time until bars and restaurants started requiring booster shots instead of just proof of vaccine for entry. So far as of 12/22/21 we’ve found only two restaurants with the booster requirement (Zuni Cafe and Cassava in SF) but it’s likely that more...

Oakland To Require Vaccine Proof for Restaurants & Gyms Starting Feb. 1Oakland To Require Vaccine Proof for Restaurants & Gyms Starting Feb. 1
By - posted 12/21/2021
COVID-19 Updates, Oakland, Vaccines

By Keith Burbank, Bay City News People visiting several types of facilities in Oakland as well as City Hall must now provide proof of vaccination to get inside. The City Council voted unanimously Tuesday afternoon to approve the requirement in an effort to boost the vaccination rate in the city. Seventy-six percent more...

SJ Proposes New Covid Booster Mandate for City Employees & BldgsSJ Proposes New Covid Booster Mandate for City Employees & Bldgs
By - posted 12/21/2021
Bay Area Updates, COVID-19 Updates, Vaccines

San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo announced a proposal for all City of San Jose employees, as a condition of employment, and residents or visitors that enter city-owned facilities, be required to have a booster shot, or third round of vaccinations. If the proposal passes the City Council vote, San Jose more...

Downtown Oakland Has Covid-19 Booster Shots. No Appointment NeededDowntown Oakland Has Covid-19 Booster Shots. No Appointment Needed
By - posted 12/4/2021
Bay Area Updates, COVID Testing, East Bay, Vaccines

Demand has prompted Oakland officials to continue a free, walk-up COVID-19 vaccination and testing clinic through at least the end of the year, city officials said Tuesday. The clinic is open to everyone seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 250 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, next to more...

Where Children Aged 5-11 Can Get the Vaccine in SFWhere Children Aged 5-11 Can Get the Vaccine in SF
By - posted 11/4/2021
San Francisco, Vaccines

The San Francisco Department of Public Health has 12,300 doses of the pediatric version of the COVID-19 vaccine and said it is beginning to give the shots to children in neighborhoods hardest-hit by the virus by appointment only starting Thursday. The pediatric dose, meant for children ages 5-11 who just became more...

5-Year-Olds Will Have To Show Vaccine Cards in San Francisco Soon5-Year-Olds Will Have To Show Vaccine Cards in San Francisco Soon
By - posted 11/4/2021
Bay Area Updates, Only in San Francisco, San Francisco, Vaccines

Thanks to Politico for sharing the news that soon children aged 5 and up will be required to present their COVID-19 vaccination card for entry to certain indoor spaces in San Francisco. The city mandate currently requires people aged 12 and older to show their proof of vaccination before entry to more...

San Francisco City Employee Vaccination Rate at Nearly 98%San Francisco City Employee Vaccination Rate at Nearly 98%
By - posted 10/29/2021
San Francisco, Vaccines

Mayor London N. Breed today announced that the City employee vaccination rate is nearly 98% with fewer than 1,000 of the City’s nearly 35,000 employees remaining unvaccinated. In July, 2021, when San Francisco established a November 1st deadline for all employees to be vaccinated, the rate of employee vaccination was 66%. more...

Another Bay Area In-N-Out Closes for Violating the Health OrderAnother Bay Area In-N-Out Closes for Violating the Health Order
By - posted 10/26/2021
Bay Area Updates, COVID-19 Updates, Eat & Drink, Indoor Dining, Vaccines, What's Closed / What's Open

Thanks to KRON4 for sharing the news that yet another In-N-Out has shut down for not complying with state and local health regulations. Like the San Francisco In-N-Out, the Pleasant Hill location has been shut down for failing to check the customers’ COVID-19 vaccination status. The Contra Costa Environmental Health department suspended more...

SF's Only In-N-Out Shut Down IndoorsSF’s Only In-N-Out Shut Down Indoors
By - posted 10/21/2021
Indoor Dining, Only in San Francisco, San Francisco, Vaccines, What's Closed / What's Open

San Francisco’s only In-N-Out was shut down last week due to repeatedly violating the city of San Francisco’s mandate to require proof of vaccination checks for indoor dining. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the temporary closure of the Fisherman’s Wharf location took place on October 14th after multiple warnings from more...