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What We Need to Know: COVID in Sonoma County

What are the current county restrictions? Sonoma County is currently in the orange tier of the California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. This is the second least restrictive tier and indicates that COVID-19 transmission is moderate. In the orange tier gym's can operate at 25% capacity, and restaurants can operate indoors at 50% capacity or up to 200 people.To see a full list of business regulations in the red tier visit: https://covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy/ Where and when can I get my…

Education

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Increasing Diversity in Bay Area Classrooms

One nonprofit in San Francisco is advocating to have more male African American and Latino teachers in the classrooms. It is all part of the Fellowship program at The UrbanEd Academy The organization has 8 people enrolled in the program. The nonprofit it is not alone in this game. The Golden State Warriors are their bigger sponsor. Gleidson Martins reports. WATCH VIDEO

Science & Health

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Science for Kids and Families

Coyotes are wild animals that are fun to watch, but good to give plenty of space. Critter Cam host Tracey Simmons explains. Other videos explore river otters, black tailed deer, butterflies, and mountain lions. WATCH VIDEOS

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Santa Rosa residents call for more police accountability

During this week’s special Santa Rosa city council meeting, spanning almost two full days, the public heard three reports interrogating Santa Rosa officers’ responses to the 2020 protests. They say…
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Context is important when choosing J&J vaccine

Before the Johnson and Johnson vaccine was paused, Dr. Brian Prystowsky, a pediatrician and vaccine expert at Sutter Health in Santa Rosa, was excited about the one-dose shot. "I think that two weeks…
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Gripped by drought, California could face epic fire season

Standing on the dried out bed of what should be Lake Mendocino, Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a drought emergency for Mendocino and Sonoma counties April 21More than half of California has slipped into…
 

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