Vaccine

Kids Under 5 Are Approved for the Covid Vaccine—Here’s What to Know About Getting Children the Shots in SF

Now that the FDA OK’d the vaccine for kids under 5, officials say parents should ask a pediatrician for guidance on inoculation.

‘Let’s Party!’ SF Bars Ready to Stop Acting Like Covid Police as Vaccination Rules End

Throughout the pandemic, many bars and restaurants in San Francisco have been forced to verify customers’ vaccination status. Those rules end Friday.

San Francisco to Require Universal Masking and Boosters for Large Events

The new order rescinds the masking exemption for groups of fully vaccinated people in settings like offices, gyms and facilities for religious activities. The order goes into effect on Dec. 30 and is currently slated to run through Jan. 31.

SF Vaccine Holdout Hopes Lawsuit Will Prevail, But Anti-Science Arguments Make it a Longshot

Rob Geller, a longtime employee of the SF Department of Public Health, hasn’t taken a vaccine since 1978. His refusal to get jabbed may cost him his job.

Chinatown Trails Rest Of San Francisco In Vaccinations

Chinatown is lagging behind every other San Francisco neighborhood in terms of vaccinating its senior population, according to an analysis conducted by Here/Say Media and affirmed by the San Francisco Department of Public Health.