FIRST. THIS IS KCRA 3 NEWS AT 4:00. TONI: GOOD MORNING. IT’S MONDAY, APRIL 5TH. I’M TONI VALLIERE. TY: AND I’M TY STEELE. HERE’S A LOOK AT OUR BIG STORIES TODAY. TONI: VICE PRESIDENT KAMALA HARRIS IS HEADING TO HER HOMETOWN OF OAKLAND. TODAY SHE WILL TOUR A FACILITY THAT IS BENEFITING FROM THE “AMERICAN JOBS PLAN” TO INVEST $11 BILLION IN THE NATION’S INFRASTRUCTURE. VICE PRESIDENT HARRIS WILL LATER HOLD A LISTENING SESSION WITH CALIFORNIA LEADERS AND A SMALL BUSINESS OWNER IN OAKLAND WHO RECEIVED FINANCIAL AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FROM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS. TY: CALIFORNIA SENATOR ALEX PADILLA WILL VISIT THE OAKLAND COLISEUM VACCINATION SITE TODAY. HE IS EXPECTED TO TALK ABOUT THE STATE’S EFFORTS TO GET MORE PEOPLE VACCINATED. THE VISIT ALSO COMES AS FEMA PREPARES TO SHUT DOWN THE VACCINE SITE AT THE COLISEUM ON SUNDAY. NOW LET’S GO TO KCRA 3 METEOROLOGIST EILEEN JAVORA. EILEEN: WE HAVE A FEW CLOUDS OVERHEAD AND AN ONSHORE BREEZE THROUGH SOLANO COUNTY. THE CLOUDS THICKER TO THE NORTH AND WILL SPREAD THROUGHOUT THE MORNING. CANNOT RULE OUT AN ISOLATED FLURRY OR SPRINKLE IN THE MOUNTAINS. WHAT TO EXPECT TODAY? WE WILL BE MILD IN THE VALLEY. TEMPERATURES AROUND 70. IT WILL FEEL LIKE YESTERDAY. TEMPERATURES IN THE FOOTHILLS MIGHT BE LOW TO MID-60’S. GUSTY DAY FOR THE SIERRA UNDER SOME CLOUDS. TONI: THA

UC Davis to allow anyone ages 16 and older to get COVID-19 vaccine

Updated: 9:30 PM PDT Apr 5, 2021

UC Davis this week will expand eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine to any patients and nonpatients ages 16 and older, the health care provider said Monday.Starting Tuesday, anyone eligible can sign up online for a vaccine, including people who are not already patients, UC Davis Health said in a Facebook post.This comes as the state expanded eligibility to people ages 50 and older as of April 1. The state plans to further increase the pool of recipients to those ages 16 and older starting April 15.You can sign up for a vaccine with UC Davis here if you are a patient. Those who are not patients can go here.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — UC Davis this week will expand eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine to any patients and nonpatients ages 16 and older, the health care provider said Monday.Starting Tuesday, anyone eligible can sign up online for a vaccine, including people who are not already patients, UC Davis Health said in a Facebook post.
This comes as the state expanded eligibility to people ages 50 and older as of April 1. The state plans to further increase the pool of recipients to those ages 16 and older starting April 15.You can sign up for a vaccine with UC Davis here if you are a patient. Those who are not patients can go here.