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Santa Clara County to close four vaccination sites

Four out of Santa Clara's five mass vaccination sites are closing in the next few weeks, but it is not a bad thing, county...

County urges teens to get Covid-19 vaccine as demand slips

Santa Clara County officials urged eligible county residents Friday to get fully vaccinated against Covid-19 amid a drop in demand, particularly among young adults...

County opens vaccine eligibility to all residents age 16 and up

Santa Clara County opened Covid-19 vaccine eligibility Tuesday to all people who live and work in the county who are age 16 or older,...

New Covid-19 cases flatline in Santa Clara County

Santa Clara County has experienced a sharp decrease in the number of known Covid-19 cases since January that have led to loosening restrictions. But...

Scars remain one year after stay-home order

Gary Young was affectionately called the “Candy Cane Man” around Christmastime, when he would pass out the minty red-and-white candies to his customers at...

Clinic in Morgan Hill brings Covid-19 vaccine to 1,000 farmworkers

An effort to vaccinate 1,000 farmworkers this week at Monterey Mushrooms’ north Morgan Hill facility began Sunday morning—the first day that frontline workers in...

More than 10 percent of Gilroyans have had Covid-19

One in 10 Gilroyans have been infected with Covid-19 since the county’s first known case of the virus in late January 2020. As of Feb....

Several hospital workers infected with Covid-19 as capacity is exceeded

Seven workers of St. Louise Regional Hospital’s emergency department recently tested positive for Covid-19 as the hospital and others throughout the county are operating...

Santa Clara County hits record number of Covid-19 cases

County health officials are concerned with the rise of “pandemic fatigue,” where residents, tired of staying indoors and wearing face coverings in public, follow...

Santa Clara County surpasses one million Covid-19 tests

By Grace Hase Santa Clara County health officials announced Monday morning that the county has conducted one million Covid-19 tests since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. “Our...

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