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Covid 19 Resources

We understand that this has become a very challenging time for all of us. This page will be used to post Covid-19 information and resources useful to our Union and our workers. Please take care of yourselves and your families. 

Most Recent Vaccination Information

The State of California is currently vaccinating people in Phases 1A and 1B as outlined below. However, Bay Area Counties differ in eligibility. See below for a breakdown by county.

Phase 1A

NOW VACCINATING

  • Healthcare workers
  • Long-term care residents

Phase 1B

NOW VACCINATING AS SUPPLIES ALLOW

  • Individuals 65 and older
  • Sector populations:
    • Agriculture and food
    • Education and childcare
    • Emergency services

Alameda

  • Currently vaccinating Phase 1A: Healthcare Workers and Phase 1B: 65+, education and child care, emergency services (including law enforcement), and food/agriculture

Contra Costa

  • Members of Phase 1A (healthcare workers and residents of long-term care facilities) and Phase 1B residents aged 65 and older as vaccine supply allows, in keeping with the State’s guidance.  
  • On February 18th Contra Costa Health Services (CCHS) updated its eligibility policy for COVID-19 vaccine to extend vaccination eligibility to residents who work in the education and childcare sector, food and agriculture workers, and emergency services workers as defined by California’s vaccination plan Phase 1B.

San Francisco
San Francisco is currently vaccinating:

  • Frontline healthcare workers (See vaccination options for healthcare workers)
  • People 65 years and older. Some sites are only booking appointments for people 75 and older due to limited supply.
  • Starting February 24, people working in the following sectors are eligible for the vaccine:
    • Education and childcare
    • Emergency services
    • Food and agriculture
San Mateo
San Mateo County is currently vaccinating

Santa Clara

For more information and to sign up for a vaccine, visit myturn.ca.gov site or call (833) 422-4255, or contact your healthcare provider. You can also sign up for local info and alerts HERE.

As we all eagerly await our turn to be vaccinated, please continue practicing social distancing, wear your mask, and be safe!

In Solidarity,
SF Labor Council Team

Covid Work Safety

As the COVID-19 pandemic ravages the country, working people are looking for ways to join together to form a union in our workplaces and negotiate for strong health and safety protections. Today, the AFL-CIO is launching a new web tool to raise awareness of what a safe workplace should look like and how a union can help achieve these goals.

The Am I Safe At Work website contains fundamental information to empower workers to identify key COVID-19 risks in our workplaces, provides tools to join together with co-workers for better safety protections, and guides workers on how to contact a union to help negotiate with an employer for safer working conditions. Will you take a look?

This pandemic has particularly affected women and people of color. From nurses who take care of the sick to teachers and meat processing and transit workers, every day working people are risking our lives. A key goal of the web tool is to provide information that can save lives.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the AFL-CIO has been at the forefront of fighting for safer workplaces across our country. Once again the labor movement is stepping up, sharing key tools and resources to help working people come together and demand change during the pandemic. This website is a critical tool that empowers workers to fight for COVID-19 safety protections and prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

In Solidarity,

Team AFL-CIO

– Employers HIring During Covid

– Get Involved Extend PUA

– Apply Here For Covered California 

– DC-36 

 

 

– Current Climate for All Workers in America by Ken Rigmaiden, IUPAT General President 

 

– Claremont EAP 

     

– CDC 

– Unemployement Insurance 

– EDD Coronovirus Info 

– Office of Labor Standards Enforcement

– Labor & Workforce Development Agency

– Office of Governor Gavin Newsom

– Legal Aid At Work 

– UFCW Grocery Employement Opportunities 

– Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development 

– Healthcare / Covered California 

– COVID-19 Testing 

– Emergency Childcare Centers 

– Department of Public Health 

– SF72  For official updates about the coronavirus text COVID19SF to 888-777

– San Francisco local COVID-19 resources 

Your local Labor Council website may be able to direct you to available resources during this pandemic:

– Alameda County Central Labor Council  (510) 632-4242 

– San Francisco Central Labor Council  (415) 440-4809 

– San Mateo Central Labor Council  (650) 572-8848 

– South Bay Labor Council  (408) 606-2060 




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