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. >> this the end this vaccine was shown to be safe and effective for the vast majority of people. >> johnson and johnson's one shot vaccine could be going into arms again after the cdc and fda lifted the pause of its use after several women developed a blood clot. it's saturday, april 24th. we have team coverage on the vaccine and the new warning that comes with it. first let's start with a quick look at the weather. good morning. good morning to you. certainly some damp streets out there with some mist and drizzle here in the city. we will have a lot of clouds gathering a stronger on shore push. a lot of activity to the north
of us in the pacific northwest. we will get a cold front that will bring in colder air and rain tomorrow. 46 with fog in pacifica. it's 49 in foster city. we are looking at a pretty good on shore wind today. that's going to bring the chill and more clouds throughout the there's emoryville. 40's and 50's. low 60's. the breeze picks up. only in the 50's and 60's. the level one system comes in very early tomorrow. i will time it out for you coming up. >> all right. thank you. the countdown is on in many ways. tomorrow night's 93rd oscar ceremony airing here on april 7th will look like no other. producers have been drawing up ways to make sure the biggest award show of the year feels like the old and away from the zoom screens. this morning jade hernandez is
live setting the scene in la. >> good morning. lots of changes to the academy awards. producers changed the venue and eliminated zoom except at speeches. the theme, bring on the movie love. the countdown to the on. producers of the broadcast promise viewers will feel like they are watching a movie. >> it's important that such a big show and event that the entire world is watching, that we show what's possible with science and common sense. >> nominees are encouraged to attend in person with appropriate safety precautions. >> masks are going to play a very important role in the narrative. >> they announced they will put in new diversity standards for best picture nominees starting in 2024. this year's list appears to already be meeting some of the standards. >> i think the connective
tissue with a lot of the film that are up for acting and best picture is that it's a reflection of what we are experiencing right now in 2021. >> nine out of the 20 nominations have gone to people of color. >> america's colorful and film is a universal language that changes. we should welcome the way it looks, the way it's presented and who is in it. the front runner for best actor, chadwick boseman , and also the first muslim nominee for his performance in sound of metal and the first asian american nominated for his performance. for best actress viola davis in contention and andrew day is also in the running and has already taken home a golden globe for
her performance in the united states verses billy holiday. sunday night's ceremony will take place in two locations. guests attending will be here in union station in los angeles while other live elements will take place at the dolby in hollywood. outside union station, jade hernandez. abc7 news. >> thank you. and here on abc7 live coverage starts tomorrow morning at ten and continues all day with special on the red carpet coverage leading up to the 93rd academy award ceremony at 5:00 p.m. after the last award is handed out you can stay with on the red carpet for continuing coverage. let's go back to the race to vaccinate. the pause on the johnson and johnson vaccine was been lifted. health officials say the shot can be given as soon as this morning. we have team coverage on the decision from the abc7 news vaccine team. we have the impact in the bay area but will start
with kate larson who spoke to a voting member of the cdc committee. >> the cdc and fda say the single shot vaccine must now come with a warning and medical fact sheet about the risk of a rare blood clot disorder identified only in women so far. >> we are seeing what appears to be a higher risk of this complication in women under the age of 50. seems to be different and higher in women in their 30's. >> dr. grace lee voted to lift the ten day pause and use the vaccine in all adults. >> for women under 50 we want them to know the potential risk and that there are other available vaccines. >> it was paused after six women came down with severe blood clots with in two weeks of getting the shot. there are now 15 cases, most with severe clots near
the brain. all of them are women between 18 and 59, three of them have died and seven are still in the hospital. they are out of 8 million who have safely received the vaccine. >> for every one million doses of this vaccine the j and j vaccine could prevent over650 hospitalizations and 12 deaths among women age 18 to 49. >> chief of emergency medicine at zuckerburg general hospital. >> with all this new information how are you incorporating that in the er when it comes to patient care >> we sea patients with things like headaches or chest pain. if they have gotten the vaccine it adds that level of concern but we are already fairly suspicious in those situations any way because there is a relatively higher risk in young women of clots.
particularly on birth control aprils. >> people who experience pain or breathing issues in the weeks after getting a shot should get medical heap right away. kate larson. >> with the lifting of the pause on the vaccine bay area counties are preparing to resume giving the one dose shot. we continue the coverage with how it could impact vaccine hesitation in women. >> after ten days the cdc and the fda gave the johnson and johnson vaccine the green light. with that comes more vaccine supply to the bay area. contra costa has given 14,000 doses and next week they are expecting more. >> the county will give people an option to choose. >> yes. if there is johnson and johnson available there will always be a back up of either pfizer or moderna. >> san francisco's mayor tweeted san francisco is planning to resume the use of the j and j vaccine.
marin said they are waiting on the green light and will resume the use of the vaccine as early as this weekend. doctors say one out of 100,000 can still develop blood clots without the vaccine. >> why is going to be the question that we have to continue to look at. >> stanford she is concerned the pause will impact vaccine hesitation among women. >> by providing this vaccine we are saving thousands of lives that would be lost to coronavirus. >> these two friends are both vaccinated. neither got the johnson and johnson. when we asked if they would opt for this option they had mixed reaction. >> there is this pr. given a choice i would not
prefer it. >> it's a one in a million chance of getting a blood clot which is -- i think is a -- is something that i can risk. >> others got the vaccine two weeks ago. she said they would do it again. >> i would still choose that. i felt fine after it. the j and j vaccine will include a label warning of the rare blood clots. there's was another big development. the cdc is recommending pregnant women get vaccinated. early trials didn't include pregnant women but recent studies found the vaccines were safe and effective for those who are pregnant or nursing. if you or someone you know is a family member of a person who worked for san francisco unified you have priority access to vaccine appointments. matt hainey shared it on twitter and said the city
is reserving the opportunity for family members aged 16 or older. appointments are open for the city college vaccination site. in the south bay the largest county has reached a milestone in the fight against coronavirus. santa clara has given one million doses. nearly a third of the counties eligible population has been vaccinated. still, county officials are reminding the public not to let their guard down. >> the more people that get vaccinated the safer it'll be. the less chance for viral spread, for mutation and variants. the closer we get, the safer we are. >> to help close equity gaps such as east san jose the county said more walk ups will be made available at certain sites starting next week. officials will also focus on expanding weekend and evening time slots. and for the first time since last march the warriors could see and hear real hometown fans at
chase center. there were only granted only about 1700 of the fans but still it's better than nothing. chris alvarez found it was a welcome sight. >> for the first time since march 10th, 2020 fans will be inside chase center. health and safety protocols are everywhere but fans are excited to be back. signs everywhere were a constant reminder that health and safety is the top priority here at chase center. in order to answer you needed a proof of a negative coronavirus test or full vaccination. >> it wasn't long it. was a short process. >> seeing my friend i hadn't seen since last november. >> anthony was the first fan to enter chase center on friday night. >> the team needs us. we need off the team but they feed us. now we are here and after a
long, long year we are able to go in. >> we have been missing for so long. we just have been dancing and prancing and just can't wait. >> how long have you waited for this game >> forever. >> what is your message to the fans to get them back >> my message is i hope you guys have a good day and stay safe. >> so cute. i love it. that just puts us in a good mood. larry will have the highlights later in sports. another bit of good news. driving in i saw something hadn't seen in a while. a little bit of rain. >> certainly the moisture, the mist and drizzle is out there and a cool look here from our camera. remember scenes like this its been a while. we have rain, less than 24 hours away but today
could see isolated showers, much cooler, details coming up. >> all right. thank you. maybe not quite rain but almost. also ahead school enrollment is the lowest its been in decades. why certain grades and districts have been hit harder than others. and it was the big news yesterday. caitlin jenner said she is running to replace the
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. it's national drug take back day to clear our communities of unused prescription drugs. today from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. contra costa is taking unwanted pills, sealed in their original container. you can do it privately. drop offs are at the sheriff stations in martinez, richmond and alamo and the danville, lafayette and or ind a police departments. san jose police are taking them from ten to two at the station on great oaks
parkway and brooklyn as well as the baskim community center. a new step in the debate over lowell high school's admissions policy. now taking the fight to court. opponents of the new lottery based plan are now suing the school board. the chronicle reports the lawsuit was filed yesterday. the lottery system opponents say they were blocked from the process with little chance for the public to comment or review. the board decided a need for more diversity when they voted to scrap the merit based admission system. we are getting a new look at the pandemic's effect on public schools. california has lost more than 160,000 students. that is a 2.6% decline that the state calls concerning. which districts suffered the greatest losses. >> welcome back to school. >> much of the decline in the
overall enrollment came from kindergarten down by nearly 61,000 students, a drop of 12% from the year before. >> it's kindergarten. it seems like geffen the circumstances we are living under right now some families decided to delay putting their kids in school. >> i decided to keep my 5-year- old in an extra year of preschool instead of sending her to kindergarten. >> the vast majority, 88% of this drop came from kindergarten to 6th grade. among the largest districts and counties in the bay area, san francisco showed the greatest losses. 3.8% followed by santa clara and san mateo. oakland had 1.8% drop. san francisco said that during the pandemic some families moved or some may have picked other schools. while we do projections to help
plan none of them accounted for this pandemic and it's many consequences. last month we had a conversation with one of the deputy superintendents about the same issue. >> it was a reality prepandemic and is now one. >> once we reopen fully to instruction for all students which will happen this fall we expect everybody to start coming back. >> the california department of education said in the upcoming weeks it'll work closely with school districts to improve their community outreach to try to fill in the void. abc7 news. and the republican field hoping to challenge the governor in a recall election got star power officially. reality tv star caitlin jenner announced her campaign. >> you cannot count out someone with -- with as much name recognition and as
much wealth as caitl caitl ca jenner. >> jenner hasn't made it clear if she still supports the former president. the newsom camp said we knew the recall would be full of trump supporters which enforces how much people appreciate the governor's leadership. you can learn more about the last california recall. how that all worked on the website. we have total recall. it's streaming now on the abc connected app where you stream abc7 news or on the website as well. the governor has sworn in rob banta as the new attorney general. >> congratulations. >> he will be up he will be election along with others next year. the governor nominated him last
month to succeed basara who is the health and human services secretary. and there are new details on the potential cost of building a ballpark at the port of oakland. a's president sent an open letter to oakland city council saying the price tag is $12 billion. the team plans to privately fund $1 billion toward construction. the letter calls on counsel to vote on the howard terminal project. 5:20. >> we had mist and drizzle this morning from the marine layer that is extensive all the way in to the inland valleys. are you not going to see the mist and drizzle likely all over the bay area but there is a chance today out ahead of this system, even a chance of isolated showers as the cold front will move in tomorrow, midday. here is a look at live doppler seven and we have the cloud cover that taller deck of low clouds as that on shore flow increases.
lot of activity to the north of us. they are getting most of it but we will get a little piece of the action and little instability could bring in a chance of a thunderstorm, mainly up in napa as we get through your sunday as that colder air moves in. we are looking at temperatures this morning fairly uniform in the 50's. 50 in san ramone. 51 oakland, heyward and fremont. 48 san francisco as well as santa rose a. there's fog up in the north bay. four mile visibility. it's getting a little better and we are looking at good visibility elsewhere. live look outside where you can see all the cloud cover stacked up. cloudy, drizzle or sprinkles possible. wet and breezy tomorrow for oscar sunday and looking at a chilly start to the workweek. still a chance of just isolated showers. we will be allowing for the system to expire by late tomorrow. it's a level 1 system. light to moderate rain with a slight chance of a thunderstorm. anywhere from about a 10th,
maybe less than that to a half inch in the upper elevations of perhaps the hills. it's not a big weather maker, a big storm but we haven't seen anything in about 35 days. we certainly need it as we go into sunday. you can see the scattered showers, the front pushes through by midafternoon and then you see by sunday night we are dry. rainfall amounts, they are scaling back a little bit. i would say couple hundredths on the peninsula, two tenths to a third of an inch, higher elevations the north bay, hopefully maybe a quarter inch. this will be good to dampen the fuels that have gotten dryer and the snow pack. we need snow. we have a winter storm warning for the west slopes of the sierra nevada. above 4500 feet. even the higher peaks could pick up about a foot or two feet so travel certainly not recommended and as we look at the certain locations here you will notice that kirkwood always
does pretty good. maybe a foot of snow with six to 7 inches, maybe nine in donner. the sierra nevada snow pack down to 30% of average. 62 today. breezy, upper 50's in fremont. mid-60s's in san jose. the seven day forecast we are looking at possible sprinkles or drizzle this morning. otherwise cloudy, looking at a much cooler day today. wet and cooler for oscar sunday. the level one system that ends sunday night and then we will look for dry and milder weather. look how warm we get by wednesday, thursday, friday, back into the mid-80s's. our possible last chance of rain we will see for a while. >> thank you. just ahead, tiger woods shares the first photographs since the accident that sent him to the hospital. what he is saying about his recovery.
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living paycheck to paycheck. another study that said three out of five americans have trouble maintaining a monthly budget. >> pam williams counts herself as among the fortunate ones. the nonprofit youth program director is on the path to achieve her financial dream. >> one thing i have always lived by that if i can't afford it then i won't spend it. >> she enjoyed the vacation while saving up to buy a condo. >> people dream about things but then to get to the dream you have to get to the plan. you have to make a plan. >> that applies to people who are out of work. seven on your side has talked to so many people who drained their 401ka as a way to survive. congress passed the cares act to waive the penalty for withdrawing funds early. if will have consequences down the road, especially if you don't have a plan to
recoup that and pay it back. >> he said if you are in your 20's or 30's or even 40's you have time. make putting money in to the 401k a priority. however, if you have accumulated huge credit card debt pay that down is the immediate priority. pay off the cards that charge the highest interest rates first. consider transferring that debt to a credit card that charges less interest or no interest at all. the same if you are in your 50's or older. once you pay off your credit card debt, max out your 401k. >> there's a catch up clause in a 401k you that can catch up and put extra money in. >> pam has been contributing to her 401k since her 20's but regardless of how old you are, make it a priority. she has paid off her mortgage and at 61 will retire in a few months.
>> wow. okay. did it. >> 7 on your side. >> good tips. check it out. tiger woods posted the first photograph of himself since his car accident in southern california. it shows him on crutches with his dog on a golf course. he captioned it my course is coming along faster than i am. it's nice to have a faithful rehab partner, man's best friend. he is recovering from the february crash. police say the main causes were speed and wood's inability to negotiate a curve. still to come on abc7 mornings it's oscar weekend and we are all about movies. how a store is bringing us back to the past of rentals. and space x crew arriving at the international space station. the latest on tha
. good morning. thank you for joining us. we will start this half hour with another look at the weather. e. good morning. we are starting out with a lot of cloud cover. with all the cloud cover temperatures are uniform. we will see them break up by the afternoon but overall it's a cloudy day. it's a much cooler day. in fact yesterday we saw a few 70's. today, numbers will stay in the 50's and 60's by 2:00 that on shore flow allowing for the clouds, its breezy winds and by the afternoon, we are staying in the 50's and 60's.
it's a level 1 system and we will track it for you. talk about rain in a few minutes. new details on what happened when police shot a suspect in a hotel parking lot. the department released a detailed video analysis of the moments leading up t shotting. the video start was the suspect leaving the hotel. police say they were waiting outside to arrest him on warrants. mosley apparently sees the officers and makes a run for it. officers released a k9 who you see chasing mosley. fremont officers are not far behind. the video is from five different police body cameras and surveillance. you can see the k9 attacking mosley as officers yell at him to put down his gun. at one point mosley appears to point the gun at the k9. moments later mosley points the gun at them and they
open fire. mosley was declared dead at the scene. in a video statement police chief said the officers were unable to stop the dog from attacking the suspect even after using using commands and a electronic collar. >> we are retraining the dog to be able to recall it from a distance. it's possible that's use of the k9 may have saved officer lives. >> that was dan ashley. the k9 suffered minor injuries from being hit by the suspect. the other officers were not hurt. johnson and johnson's one shot vaccinations could resume as soon as today in some states as we said. this after federal regulators recommended ending the pause saying the benefits ultimately out weigh the risk of blood clots. ty hernandez has the details. >> after a review of the available data the fda and
cdc are lifting the recommended pause on the coronavirus vaccine. >> fighting an urgent need to vaccinate the country quickly the cdc advisory panel is recommending the nation resume injections of the johnson and johnson one shot vaccine with an updated fact sheet warning of the potential for rare but serious blood clots. >> with the actions the administration of johnson and johnson's coronavirus vaccine can resume immediately. >> health officials put a pause on using the vacant receiver after six women came down with severe blood clots. the cdc said there are 15 of these cases. most of them with severe blood clots near the brain. all of them are women between 18 and 59 years, three of them died. seven are still in the hospital. health officials under lined these are out of eight million americans who have gotten the shot with no serious complications. >> remember this is a very
rare complication, a very rare adverse event. >> they say outcomes could be improved if people are aware and seek help right away. meantime fewer americans are getting their coronavirus vaccines. the daily average of shots is now below three million a day for the first time in weeks. scientists have put together this map, the areas in darker blue show where americans are resisting the vaccine the most. the seven day average is now about 62,500. roughly 10% lower than last week. at least seven states have seen increases in new cases over 10%. new this morning less than 24 hours after lifting off a space x crew of four has arrived at the international space station. new video shows them docking the capsule at 2:08 this morning. it's the second time it's arrived at the space station.
this after a close call for astronauts on board. >> hours after this picture perfect predawn launch from the kennedy space center lit up the skies up and down the east coast. the space junk traveling at more than 17,000 miles an hour. before the scare the astronauts giving a live tour. >> this is what -- you see -- coming up on madagascar. >> her astronaut husband salt in just last year on the same spaceship. bob and son sending mom off with an air hug. >> like a baby bird, relearning how to move around. it feels good but it feels
weird to. >> space x making history by successfully reusing the crew dragon spaceship for the first time. on that space junk it doesn't take a large object to do a lot of damage. we are talking about more than 17,000 miles an hour. anything could be a disaster. abc news at the kennedy space center. we are gearing up for the 93rd oscars right here on abc7 news tomorrow night. no doubt it is movie fan's biggest night. for some in the north bay they like their films a different way. the return to the golden era of rental video stores. joe video said it has been a break even business as one of the last of it's kind anywhere. a maze of 25,000 movies, new release foreign films, suspense, romance, joe video has survived by having better movie knowledge but don't forget about the one week late fee.
yeah. we all remember that. going to block buster on a friday night. spending hours picking out what movie you will watch. miss those days. still ahead, the issues of diversity in three restaurants. how wine tasting is pairing with a new push to bring awareness. and let's take a look outside as we head to break. we will check in with lisa when we get back. it's 5:39 on this saturday morning. thank you for waking up with us.
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he plans to post a poll on his account for followers to decide which nonprofit he will give all the donations that he received on his trip. very cute. also today it's the return of the west coast craft market. this gets together more than 60 of the best artists and crafts people. it's the single day only but will return again in may. it's completely free to go at fort mason center if 10:00 a.m. to four and masks are required. aquarium by the bay is celebrating it's anniversary this week. its been a tough time and year for the aquarium because of the pandemic. it was closed for nearly 11 months. it's finally welcoming back the public at 50% capacity. it's inside because that's something people may be looking for. >> pretty cool and cloudy. walnut creek beautiful view for some of the inland
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game winning streak. chris basset takes the mound. first pitch is at 4:05 p.m. giants ace kevin gosman will start against the marlins the first pitch at 6:45. tomorrow the warriors battle the kings at chase center. last night the doves had welcome guests when they faced the nuggets. here is larry beale. good morning. first time since the pandemic started the warriors welcomed fans back to chase center after a 409 day wait. >> all we have to say is it's great to see you. we missed your energy and passion and thank you for sticking with us through this unprecedented situation. >> about 2,000 fans in the house got a scare after seth went to the locker room,
only to get retaped though. green handing out assists. nice pass to wiggins for the lay up. green and seth are in complete sync. green 19 assists and two points to seth on the relow three. knock itself down. kelly had 23 off the bench. he attacks the rim with authority. curry would go for 32. warriors in control. this is a four point play and love the reaction. warriors beat denver 118-97 and the fans are back. >> you know that extra boost from them definitely helped. you can feel their presence. sitting here looking at the 1900 people with -- sounded like way more than 1900. that was appreciated. >> the a's trying to keep riding the wave on the 11 game win streak.
to the 5th, ramone. couple days ago said he could smell victory. this is what it smells like a solo bomb. 12 in a row for can. them. cool and crisp to jazz wearing a hoodie. he may want to wear that all year. maybe not in miami. 1-0 marlins. the giants would answer in the third. here it comes and there it goes. a two run job. check out the reflexes. posey in his game. back to wood who went seven innings, allowed just one run and the giants win by a final of 5-3. that's a wrap on
morning sports. have a great weekend everybody. i'm larry beale. >> things are starting to feel like normal. it feels good. >> yeah. we are getting rain and snow and that would be normal for even april. we haven't seen any in march. the last rain was march 18th. something is on the way. live doppler 7 right now with cloud cover and we saw a little bit of mist and drizzle. san francisco, from that marine layer ringing out the lower levels of the atmosphere with some moisture there. otherwise we have the front that is about a day away. that will bring some light rainfall. here is a live look. the sierra nevada pretty out there. you can see the snow, certainly melting there. temperatures in the low 40's for the early morning low. 51 oakland. radio mountain view with 51 san jose and 50 morgan hill. carson valley here, very pretty. doesn't look real. looks like a fake picture. it's the real thing.
48 santa rosa, 50nevado and upper 40's napa, fairfield and the winds will kick up. they are pretty breezy from the sierra nevada and visibility improving five miles along the coast and finally the last stop here you can see how breezy it is in the upper elevations. there's some snow there but snow pack has decreased, really rapidly to about 30%. we had all that warm weather couple weeks ago and really the water content of the snow is not good. cloudy with drizzle and sprinkles possible this morning. wet and breezy for oscar sunday and a little bit of cloud cover and isolated shower into monday but we clear rapidly. the level one system on the way. this is going to bring light to moderate rain for your monday. starting out monday morning the front moves through monday afternoon. from a 10th to two 10sts. perhaps a third to a half inch. here is how it'll play out on
sunday. 9:00 scattered showers. through the afternoon here comes the front. drops rain in the east bay, the south bay all the way down to the santa cruz mountains and then by seven it's pretty much out of here. rainfall totals from about a couple hundredths on the peninsula, two tensts and then in the north bay we could see a thunderstorm with the stability with the cold air, a third of an inch napa, and you can see down by -- maybe a quarter inch much. fremont hopefully a 10th of an inch for you. about 4500 feet. 11:00 tonight through 11:00 on monday morning. the snow will becoming down. if you have plans to go to -- it would be a bad time to go tonight into sunday. from five to seven inches. maybe a foot in kirkwood. highs today upper 50's to low 60's. it'll be breezy. the warmer locations still cloud cover. few peaks of sun but the clouds are going to win
out. the accuweather seven day forecast. the wet pavement for some, otherwise the level 1 system tomorrow. it'll be rainy and will look for the system to fall apart as we go through the afternoon and then temperatures on the cool side on monday. we warm up quickly. we have a return to 80's inland by about thursday. >> all right. finally a little bit of rain. >> yeah. thank you. in the south bay a trail of popular restaurants are teaming up with under represented bay area wine makers to introduce their labels to a new audience. chris explains why the effort is needed now more than ever. >> at santana row a new partnership rooted in representation is taking flight. >> we don't know what we don't know. >> serena is behind the flight for allyship that plans to feature under represented wine makers. it started last summer after the black lives matter
protests. this month she is spotlighting asian american wine makers. >> what's happening in the aapi community now we recognize is that this was the time to really acknowledge that community and give back and shed a light and have exposure for those producers who need it. she worked an organization called diversity in food and beverage. a portion of the proceeds will go to support their work. >> representation matters. when you see someone that looks like you it's compelling. its welcoming and it's giving people a sense of belonging. >> in addition to left bank the wine flight will be available at lb steak. one of the featured wine makers is glad to see his pinot noir getting some love. >> the people behind a bottle of wine are as important and as big a part of
the story as the place and the variety. >> a chance to not only empower those in the industry but to also educate consumers. >> it's about bringing people together and it's about the community and this is just another opportunity to enhance that and get to know someone you wouldn't necessarily have before. >> an opportunity that will hopefully inspire more awareness and conversation. in the south bay, abc7 news. >> what a great idea. the oscars, we keep talking about them. they are just a day away. you can watch all the best picture nominees before the big night. we will have the details on one movie theater chain that's offering that coming up next. as the covid-19 vaccines become available you might be asking yourself... should i get it? and if i do... will i be able go about life without putting my family at risk? you've got questions. and that's normal. the fact is, the vaccines are safe and effective. they're going to save lives.
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