A new set of mandates announces by President Joe Biden seeks a more aggressive approach to combating COVID-19 without calling for a national vaccination requirement.
New rule changes regarding proof of vaccinations or weekly testing go into effect in two counties, several airports have updated their travel policies to answer the pandemic infection spikes, and wildfire season could lead to changes in future football seasons.
Eating healthy sounds hard. Getting kids to eat healthy sounds harder. But there are simple ways to do both.
Got some old file cabinets you need to get rid of? Looking to dispose of your trash and old debris? What about some old cardboard boxes you just want to recycle?
Colleges have set deadlines for students and staff to show proof of vaccinations for the fall term, mask mandates have gone into effect in eight counties, and San Francisco could be experiencing a boost in tourism from travelers seeking vaccines.
Depending on a variety of factors, getting ready for football season can mean many things to many people. For some, getting ready will mean preparing their bodies for strenuous feats of athleticism and high-speed collisions. For others, it means updating the fantasy draft roster and perfecting the art of the Macho Nacho Plate (which is actually a thing). It could also mean getting ready to watch and/or participate in a lot of actives involving the ol’ pigskin.
It may still be summer, but just like the inevitable invasion of pumpkin-spiced everything, fall will start occurring soon.
The weather and wildfires continue to hammer the Bay Area, new school rules have been released for the upcoming school year, and more local residents have been getting out and about according to a recent study.
So after a year of lockdowns and quarantines, travel has been a very popular activity in 2021. Whether it’s a trip to visit the grandparents or engaging in a five-state road trip, it’s never been more appealing to be somewhere else.
Most news stories have emphasized how badly public schools and universities want a return to normalcy after a year of virtual learning, but so many questions remain. Will the K-12 schools continue to provide virtual options, or will all instruction return to in-person learning? Will masks be required? Does the six-foot separation rule still apply? Will proof of vaccination be needed before a student can return to the classroom?