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stabbed five timeless. a san francisco neighborhood expresses their frustration after an increase in violent attacks. the interview you will see only at 7:00. >> 39 fully vaccinated individuals got covid-19 in the last 2-1/2 months. the doctors i talked with say the news is not all bad. >> gusty winds now. summer like warmth is coming. details in the forecast. >> in the south bay expanding vaccine eligibility earlier than expected. how the county plans to reach all of its residents. abc 7 news starts while the vaccine are effective they're certainly not full proof. >> tonight we learned 30 fully
vaccinated people in sonoma have come down with covid. >> while the so called vaccine breakthrough cases can appear alarming. as j.r. stone explains, bay area doctors are not worried. >> reporter: 39 people in sonoma county who had gotten their vaccine and were 30 days after their second dose came down with covid. >>s that exactly what we expect. in fact, it's probably better than we expect. >> reporter: dr. peter hong and stanford's dr. maldonado are reacting to news of these breakthrough cases saying these are not a surprise. while these vaccines are difference makers they're not 100%. >> we're not invulnerable because we're vaccinated. the vaccine is about 90% effective as preventing any infection. but that's a 10% risk.
>> reporter: both doctors agree that by receiving the vaccine your chances of getting covid- 19 are lessened and your body is better prepared to fight the virus according to the test trials. >> nobody in the study when day got a vaccine got serious disease, hospitalized or died which is really important to know even if they weren't fully protected. >> reporter: two had west coast variants and the rest tested. dr. maldonado says this takes nothing away from the vaccine. >> immunity from the vaccine is the most important thing we have if we want to get rid of the virus not only for one person. >> were they given the same vaccine, how old were they. officials are trying to answer some of those questions in a
community meter community meeting, you can go to our website. j.r. stone, abc 7 news. the move to halt the johnson &on son one shot vaccine. it comes after six women received a blood clotting disorder. it was enough for the cdc and fda to temporarily suspend its use out of an abundance of caution. all six have agreed to pause the use including california. tonight we learned they were all women between 16 and 18 years old. the clots formed in veins the sinus and prevented blood to drain. your chances of being struck by lightning are nearly twice as high. one in nearly half a million
skwr this is a really rare event if you look at what we have seen so far. there have been 6 out of the t 6.6 dozes which is more than one in a million. >> they're looking for you to check out for abdomen pain, leg pain. pfizer and moderna use a different technology. this issue has only been seen in the johnson & johnson. and every single bay area county is stopping vaccinations with the johnson & johnson vaccine. as alarming as that may sound for those trying to get a shot. the impact won't be as widespread as you might think. >> california received more
than 67,000 doses of the johnson & johnson vaccine none of which will be used. >> we're working those reservations and pfizer. >> unfortunately now we're having to shift to pfizer for those mobile vaccinations. we're going to continue that pace but with an easier product that is not as a hard to work with. >> the mass vaccination site at the oakland coliseum was relying on j&j but it was able to switch to the pfizer vaccine. it too will switch appointments
to pfizer and moderna. dr. patel are the vaccine team says the pause will likely not have a huge impact on the bay area. >> from a supply chain standpoint i don't think it's really going to hinder it much as if it were moderna. of were johnson & johnson. i'm making sure we have 600 million doses so there's enough vaccine that it's basically 100% unquestionable for every single solitary american. the fda says the pause paus the j&j vaccine could last a
number of days. >> this pause has people worried it could lead to hesitancy especially with groups that are already concerned about getting vaccinized. this could be a set back to the trust they've been working to build. >> particularly the black community which ha had some historically higher rate of vaccine he hesitancy and actually embraced the j&j vaccine. >> they're switching to the moderna but it could be a problem getting people to return for their second dose. all california californian 16 and older have applied to get a vaccine. santa clara health officials said they made the decision
after evening a big influx of doses from the government. >> reporter: demand for the vaccine has long outweighed capacity. but on tuesday, two days after expected to. santa clara county has announced they have received an influx of doses to meet the task. >> we have enough vaccine to quickly meet the goal of protecting the entire community against covid-19. >> the county is set to receive 20,000 doses. prompting officials to open thousands of appointments in the weeks ahead. the effort to reach people in the hardest hit communities continues. >> we have well over 100 community health workers going door to door in our most hardest hit community, i pads in hand to schedule folks for their vaccination. >> the county has been able to schedule appointments for 1,000 residents a week. >> our objective is to get as many people across the fin
finish line as possible: and we have identified that it will take all of us to get there. >> reporter: even with expanded eligibility, his weight could be just as bit longer as the county warns of heavy traffic on its website. >> i'm fully prepared for that long weight. because i know people is always constantly trying to get it because it's the first step of getting back to quote so called normal. i think we're getting closer so we can finally get back to a so called normal once everybody gets vaccinated. i'm seeing some light at the end of the tunnel. >> in the south bay, dell castillo. on thursday, california expands eligibility to everyone 16 and older. you can go to my turn.ca.gov to look for a vaccine appointment any where in the state.
there will no longer be limits to having to stay within your county. as we've reported. demand consistently outpaces supply so be prepared to be patient. a rash of attacks on asian mens in one bay area neighborhood. only at 7:00, one victim who was stabbed shares his story. >> may jr. new developments in the mysterious disappearance christine smart. details on two. >> and what could darken the landscape for years. >> i'm meteorologist sandhya patel i have a ahead. >> thanks dan and amma, i shampooed my beard for this. >> my mother used to tell the story that i was a really ugly baby.
>> aaron: lee shows me the places where he was stabbed. >> i wasn't paying attention. the came and attacked me. >> so fast. >> so fast. >> reporter: he tried to fight the attacker who was trying get away with his backpack. >> while lee deals with a punctured lung, broken limb and trauma others people under attack. in the meantime, just one day after lee's stabbing 61 and 71- year-old asian women were attacked and robbed one at gunpoint. residents express their frustration. >> obviously i'm still in the neighborhood. i'm trying to move out but don't you want people to stay
here. >> reporter: they controlled force and officer safety. enough is enough for this family. >> do you think you want to move out of the bay view. >> yeah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah while you certainly don't want all the answers for issues surrounding race and social justice we do have a lot of vetted resources to help you. to learn more about how you can take action and be an ally go to abc 7.com/takeaction. if you dot no disperse peacefully you will be arrested. >> reporter: developing news, a night of rising tensions in brooklyn minnesota where people were out a third consecutive
night protesting the death of daunte wright. the officer who shot wright resigned today. the officer accidentally confused her gun for a taser. >> the retired. new developments, two men charges for the disappearance of smart. >> people were last seen with florez also a freshman who walked her home from a party.
kristin did not return to her dorm ream and dorm room and has not been seen since that time. >> they have not found smart's body but have collected evidence they believe is linked to smart. in the north bay, a relic of maritime history could become history. the east ruther station also known as lebs sits off the shore. there's a lighthouse on the island and a bed and breakfast. their days may be numbered. on april 1st the island lost power when an under water cable failed. replacing it so too expensive so the nonprofit who maintains the island is looking for options. >> i'm going to have this island in my life for most of my life. aoáeurpl i'm going to be climbing that ladder in the 80s so i know this isn't the end.
can't be. >> they're taking donations on their account. for now an old generator is keeping that insurance con shining. i am sure a lot of want to keep that -b property running. >> sandy, sounds like it's warming up. >> it's going to be heating up later on this week. i know some people are like, what? i mean it's spring but it's going to feel like summer so let's take a look at where it's feeling like winter. heavy snow being reported at south lake tahoe at this hour. there were thunderstorms leading up to the mountains. they had chain controls on 80 tonight. there's a system passing through. the same system that dropped our temperatures and kicked up our winds. will continue to produce snow showers tomorrow morning. over the mountains there. we're taking a look at rainfall possibilities really not looking good.
taking you to april 21st which is next wednesday. there's a system that tries to get through. yes it's going to get more precipitation but here in the bay area right now it is not looking good. what is looking good is that the wind are beginning to dial back. other than 29-miles-an-hour in san francisco. and 24 in san mateo. the winds have eased. here's a look at what the pollen forecast looks like. tree pollen will be running high along with the uv index so you need the sunscreen. grass pollen will be moderate. here's the good news. the winds not nearly as strong as the 40 to 50-mile an hour gusts we saw over the higher terrain and along parts of the coast. air quality will be good. so hopefully you can breathe easier. good to moderate air quality expecting as those temperatures rise. areas of morning fog and sun the next day. we do have summer heat coming
our way this coming weekend. the winds have kept the atmosphere stirred up enough that we haven't seen the fog a whole will the lot but we will see more. westerly see the fog primarily coast and parts of the peninsula. so here's a look at the wind forecast at 5:00 a.m. really light winds as we head into tomorrow evening is when those winds pick up. you will have the typical sea breeze. 25, 35 miles per hour but not as strong as i mentioned. and in terms of your morning numbers they'll be in the 30s, 40s. i would grab an extra layer if i were you because it's going to be on the cool side. tomorrow afternoon upper 50s to the mid-70s i think those temperatures will bounce back a little bit especially in our inland valleys now. for the giants game, tomorrow it's a day game. tomorrow it's going to be bright and sunny 59 degrees coming down to 62 as they take on the red one more time. accu weather 70 forecast. breezy afternoon. little change on thursday but much warmer weather. look at the 90s on sunday
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