A snapshot of key COVID-19 statistics, updated weekdays (excluding holidays) by 6 p.m.
Who’s next in line, where to get a shot, and more answers to your questions about getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
The city has announced that first-dose vaccination appointments are available April 13-16 for Berkeley or Alameda County residents who are at least 16 years old as well as others.
The COVID-19 vaccine will be available to everyone in Berkeley except children in the next two weeks.
The city will not be asking for documentation of health conditions, but people will have to attest that they are eligible for the vaccine.
Activists gathered to discuss economic and racial inequality, reparations, police violence – and to celebrate accomplishments.
Cases are also higher in areas with lower socioeconomic advantages, which has been seen throughout Alameda County.
With coronavirus cases on the rise, Berkeleyside would like to hear from our readers about the direct impacts of COVID-19.
When buying groceries in person is too risky, try these home delivery services.
The new guidelines prohibit gatherings with people outside of your household through Jan. 4.
Restaurants can reopen indoor dining at 25% capacity beginning Oct. 26 under a new orange tier designation for the county in the state’s COVID-19 reopening guidelines.
After three short weeks, indoor dining is once again closed in Berkeley as the state grapples with a rise in COVID-19 cases and Alameda County return to the purple tier.