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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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Nurses at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center have called a 10 day strike beginning on Dec. 24, according to a press release by California Nurses Association/National Nurses United. 
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Nurses at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center have called a 10 day strike beginning on Dec. 24, according to a press release by California Nurses Association/National Nurses United. 
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The union members want California’s largest HMO to wake up and confront the mental health crisis surging in our state and across the nation.
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The union members want California’s largest HMO to wake up and confront the mental health crisis surging in our state and across the nation.
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Sutter puts up signs saying "Healthcare heroes work here," but normally, people listen to heroes — and Sutter doesn't seem to be listening.
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Sutter puts up signs saying "Healthcare heroes work here," but normally, people listen to heroes — and Sutter doesn't seem to be listening.
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As vaccination appointments open up across the state, anyone 16 years old and older can make an appointment in the city of Berkeley regardless of where they live beginning April 30. 
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As vaccination appointments open up across the state, anyone 16 years old and older can make an appointment in the city of Berkeley regardless of where they live beginning April 30. 
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Amid statewide efforts to increase the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, the vaccination hub at Moscone Center in San Francisco has distributed leftover vaccines at the closing of each daily vaccination period to individuals who do not have appointments or eligibility.
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Amid statewide efforts to increase the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, the vaccination hub at Moscone Center in San Francisco has distributed leftover vaccines at the closing of each daily vaccination period to individuals who do not have appointments or eligibility.
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Devoted parents and cherished friends were among the 35 people who died from COVID-19 in Berkeley over the course of the pandemic. Some were pioneers in their respective fields, and others were passionate social workers with bright futures ahead of them.
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Devoted parents and cherished friends were among the 35 people who died from COVID-19 in Berkeley over the course of the pandemic. Some were pioneers in their respective fields, and others were passionate social workers with bright futures ahead of them.
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The city of Berkeley is coordinating 2,000 COVID-19 vaccination appointments for Berkeley and Alameda County residents ages 65 and older. 
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The city of Berkeley is coordinating 2,000 COVID-19 vaccination appointments for Berkeley and Alameda County residents ages 65 and older. 
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Amid concerns about insufficient COVID-19 vaccination rollout, Berkeley has administered 92% of its limited supply as of Jan. 15, exceeding the statewide distribution of less than a third of vaccines.
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Amid concerns about insufficient COVID-19 vaccination rollout, Berkeley has administered 92% of its limited supply as of Jan. 15, exceeding the statewide distribution of less than a third of vaccines.
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On Sunday, the Smart Energy Analytics Campaign announced its completion of a four-year initiative showcasing the use of smart building technologies that can save facilities an average of $3 million in annual energy costs.
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On Sunday, the Smart Energy Analytics Campaign announced its completion of a four-year initiative showcasing the use of smart building technologies that can save facilities an average of $3 million in annual energy costs.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic brings safety challenges to local hospitals, Berkeley and Oakland health workers are calling for stronger protective measures from hospital leadership.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic brings safety challenges to local hospitals, Berkeley and Oakland health workers are calling for stronger protective measures from hospital leadership.
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