Limited occupancy as a key to keep businesses open during the pandemicA new study suggests that there is an effective strategy to keep businesses alive and avoid coronavirus infections. Andria Borba reports on what some call a 20 percent solution. (12-17-20)

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With multiple vaccines, herd immunity could come by the summerFew deny that frontline health workers should get the coronavirus vaccine first, but now millions of key workers want to know when it’s their turn. Andrea Nakano reports. (12-17-20)

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Unemployment benefit for dismissed EDD employees as Senator Dianne FeinsteinCalifornia paid $ 21,000 in unemployment benefits to a woman in Roseville who filed under the name and Social Security number of U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein. (12-17-20)

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San Francisco orders people traveling outside the area to be quarantined upon their returnAs of Friday, anyone traveling to San Francisco from outside the Bay Area must be quarantined. Betty Yu reports. (12-17-20)

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PIX nowHere is the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (12-17-20)

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In San Francisco, travelers must be quarantinedA new mandatory quarantine order will go into effect shortly after midnight, but the big question now is: how will the city enforce it? Katie Nielsen reports. (12-17-20)

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Redwood Empire Food Bank sees record demandThe Redwood Empire Food Bank is distributing twice as much food as last year – enough for 22 million meals. Don Ford reports. (12-17-20)

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Marin County elderly carers receive Pfizer vaccineBay Area hospital workers were among the first to receive the Pfizer COVID vaccine earlier this week, but workers at Marin County’s senior facilities were also given injections on Thursday. Kenny Choi reports. (12-17-20)

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Fresh snow drives business in Sierra’s ski resortsFresh snow in the sierra makes for beautiful scenery in the mountains, but that also means roads are challenging. Renée Santos reports. (12-17-20)

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Precise forecast for Thursday eveningThe chief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the microclimate forecast for the Bay Area (17.12.20)

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Food for families in the Bay Area: Sonoma Clean Power donatesSonoma Clean Power has written a check for $ 31,800 to the Redwood Empire Food Bank. Emily Turner reports. (12-17-20)

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Washington News Wrap: Thursday, December 17, 2020Congress is working hard to fund the government and pass a law to ease the coronavirus. President-elect Biden named the first Native American Secretary of the Interior. (12-17-20)

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Millions of doses of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine await FDA approvalAs hospitals in the Bay Area and across the country fill up, nearly eight million doses of Moderna’s new vaccine could be ready by next week. Ken Bastida reports. (12-17-20)

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San Mateo County businesses are being suspended from lockdownDavid Canepa, the chief of San Mateo county, said he wished the county had joined the rest of the Bay Area two weeks ago. Andria Borba reports. (12-17-20)

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Big Basin Redwoods State Parks receives a generous donationLen Kiese of CBSN Bay Area interviewed Sara Barth, Executive Director of the Sempervirens Fund, about the $ 543,000 donation to Big Basin Redwoods State Park to aid recovery from the wildfires earlier this year.

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Thursday morning forecast with Mary Lee(12/17/20)

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The entire Bay Area is slated to be under the Home Order starting tonightThe entire Bay Area will be subject to a regional order for a home after the ICU capacity available across the region drops to 12.9 percent, which is below the 15 percent threshold to trigger the order. Counties of Napa, Solano and San Mateo, like the rest of the Bay Area, are due to close. Kiet Do reports. (12/17/20)

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Project home page: ‘Big Wave’ community to accommodate adults with special needs in Half Moon Bay after decades of battleAfter two decades of public setback, a community for adults with developmental disabilities is finally being built in Half Moon Bay. Susie Steimle reports. (12/16/20)

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Large waves cause erosion damage on the road near Pacifica PierThe huge waves that have hit the Bay Area shores in recent weeks have taken their toll. The crew members had to repair a road at Pacifica Pier due to damage. Joe Vazquez reports. (12/16/20)

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COVID STAY AT HOME: Solano health officer worried the order won’t spread slowly, some will not be convincedWith all Bay Area counties going to place an order at home due to falling ICU capacity below 15%, a local health officer fears the recent order won’t stop the surge in COVID-19 cases. Andrea Nakano reports. (12/16/20)

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COVID: Post customers in the Bay Area see vacation delays as a pandemic resulting in a flood of parcelsThe U.S. Postal Service is facing an unprecedented workload this holiday season as stay-at-home orders trigger a wave of online purchases. Don Ford reports. (12/16/20)

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San Mateo County will terminate Shutdown Holdout if it joins the Stay-At-Home OrderKenny Choi Reports San Mateo County’s Adjustment After Bay Area Hospital Region Falls Below 15% Intensive Care Capacity (12/16/2020)

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