• San Francisco is expected to return to the "Red" tier for reopening today, along with Santa Clara and Napa counties. The move means that indoor dining can resume at 25% capacity as soon as Wednesday, and gyms can reopen as well. [KTVU]
  • A group of Berkeley mothers calling themselves Guerilla Momz posted a video on YouTube of the local teachers' union president dropping his young daughter off at a private preschool. The group is trying to pressure teachers to return to in-person learning, and the union has been pushing back. [Chronicle]
  • A new vaccination site at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds has opened just for teachers, with capacity vaccinate 500 per day. [Bay City News]
  • A search is on for two suspects who committed a home-invasion robbery on a quiet street in Orinda on Sunday afternoon. [KRON4]
  • Specialty's, the downtown cookie and sandwich spot that dramatically shuttered all 50 of its locations last May, has reopened in Mountain View. [Chronicle]
  • A shipping container filled with 500 bikes that were being donated to Botswana that was stolen from outside a bike shop in Novato has been found, with all the bikes still inside. [Marin Independent Journal]
  • A Southern California nurse who became infected with COVID-19 weeks after her second vaccine shot is telling her story as a testament to the fact that the vaccine works — and she didn't get severely ill. [ABC 7]
  • Victims of unemployment-check fraud in California are now getting 1099 forms from the EDD saying they owe taxes on money they never received. [CBS SF]
  • Six books by Dr. Seuss will no longer be published due to offensive and racist images they contain, including And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street and If I Ran the Zoo. [New York Times]

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