Alameda County expands COVID-19 vaccine eligibility for residents 16 years of age, older

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Amid efforts across the United States to increase the availability of vaccines, the city of Berkeley announced Friday that all residents above the age of 16 in Alameda County may make appointments to receive the vaccine.
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Berkeley extends vaccine eligibility to public transit workers

On Friday, the city of Berkeley announced the availability of COVID-19 vaccination appointments for Berkeley or Alameda County residents who are at least 65 years old, have an underlying health condition as defined by the state or currently face an increased risk of exposure in certain work sectors.
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Pharmacy spacing is logical

On Tuesday, Berkeley City Council unanimously approved an ordinance to require a buffer zone of 1,000 feet between any two pharmacies of more than 5,000 sq. ft. This undertaking is likely intended to preserve the character and appearance of the city, while also curbing the effect of the proliferation of
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Bruins vs Golden Bears

As students of the first University of California (hence the sometimes obnoxious nickname “Cal”), a lot of us were fortunate enough to get into multiple other schools under the system. And very often, the decision of where to spend four years of our lives comes down to two great places:
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