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camera showing what went on moments before a man and fully vaccinated, you can take your mask off. cut back and conserve. the message 2 million customers across the south bay facing severe drought. >> summer like warmth. abc 7 news at 11:00 starts right now. >> to my grandson before he passed away. >> reporter: developing news tonight we're getting a clearer look at what happened in the moments before an oakland man died in alameda police custody. good evening i'm ama daetz. >> and i'm dan beale. a warning this may be hard to
watch. >> go ahead and get up. i got him. >> an alameda police officer's knee holding down mario gonzalez who died a matter of minutes after this was recorded. police saying gonzalez had a medical emergency. the officers that responded to a possible theft in the area, and a call that came in about a disorderly and possibly intoxicated person. they spent more than 10 minutes unsuccessfully trying to figure out who gonzalez was, and what he was doing there. >> somebody called and said you were, maybe not feeling so great. >> well, i'm feeling all right. >> you come up with a plan. let me know that you're not going to be drinking in our parks over here. >> stuff like that. >> then we can be on our merry way. >> merry way? >> you have an i.d. on you. >> merry e of force
was used says police. camera audio makes was struggli breathe. >> it's okay, it's okay. what's your name? >> mario. >> gonzalez's family speaking out tuesday after watching the video. >> they didn't even try to talk too him. they didn't have the right to kill him. we're humans. we're not cucarachas r-rpb gonzalez partner and mother of his son upset with this moment between officers. >> you think we can roll him on his side. >> i don't want to lose my man. >> after that he stopped screaming. he stopped making noise and he stopped breathing. >> reporter: they believe it was the weight on mario's back and head that killed him. cpr was performed moments later but unsuccessful. sheriffs along with the city's police department all have open investigations are and awaiting toxicology results. jr stone, abc 7 news.
a much needed sign of returning to a sense of normalcy. the president removing his mask on the north lawn of the white house today. >> starting today, if you're fully vaccinated and you're outdoors you need and not in a big crowd, you no longer need to wear a mask. >> governor newsom said california will be aligning with the new cdc guidelines. abc 7 news reporter kate larsson spoke to a bay area official about what this means for mask wearing and when the new rules could be official in california. >> reporter: outside in the embarcadero there's already a mix of masks on and off faces. rhode island resident katherine myers says she's comforted that says people, vaccinated or not do not need a mask while
outside. on the right the chart when it's safe for fully vaccinated individuals are outside. and those that are not. those that are not safe for the unvaccinated. >> i still feel i would be very cautious and not wear a mask and make sure i don't spread and hope everybody takes that precaution. >> it's about time because i do misseeing people's smiles and i do miss wearing lipstick. >> reporter: dr. susan phillip is responsible for an enacting health orders. >> when do you expect expect the health department. >> i don't have an exact date but i anticipation it'll be in the next days or so. as far as being stricter, we have done that here but we can't be less lose. so we have to wait for the state to change its orders before we can officially change our orders in san francisco. >> reporter: with these new
guidelines, can we just leave our masks down if we're just passing them on the sidewalk. >> you can. if you're stopping and having a long conversation, that would be the time to pull your mask up. >> reporter: and this little boy he should be masked unless he's completely alone then he can take it off. if there's a group from households you don't know, important that everyone keeps their masks on even adults. the cdc says when there's a crowd outside like at a concert or sports event vaccinated and unvaccinated people alike should wear a mask. kate larsson, abc 7 news. in the south bay it is now easier to get vaccinated. santa clara county began accepting walk ins today at most county run vaccination sites with the exception of levi stadium. appointments will not be needed through saturday. the county says it now has an ample supply of vaccine from the government. a man from san jose who got his
shot today says he is grateful. >> i've been looking for an appointment for so long, and limited for the past month it's hard to get an appointment. i appreciate the county who put all their effort to make the people safe. >> reporter: vaccination sites can be found online at scc free vax.org. nearly 65% of eligible county residents have received their first dose so far and more than 1/3 are completely vaccinated. on the peninsula the mass vaccination site at the san mateo county event center will reopen thursday. it closed earlier this month because of low supply. they plan to hold multiple vaccinate events per week. the site is drive through only. appointments are available now. the drought intensifies all across the state. bay area water agencies and officials are taking action. sonoma county supervisors just proclaimed a local drought emergency. the east bay, municipal utility district board, east bay mud
voted to declare a stage one drought and in the south bay the santa clara valley district is urging residents to cut back and conserve water. but that's not all. as abc 7 news reporter amanda del castillo reports, there's now a renewed interest in people wanting to restore their water thirsty lawns. >> one dry winter, you can survive through that but after a couple of dry winters, then you really have to take a look at your water supply outlook. >> reporter: matt keller with outlet water says currently ground water levels are normal but with drought conditions getting more serious he says actions are needed now. according to the u.s. drought monitor, santa clara monitor is in a severe drought. >> good evening board of directors. >> reporter: with conditions so dry, valley board of directors called for conservation. >> it's going to save you
water, it's going to save you money and it's going to be good for our water supply. >> reporter: anderson reservoir was recently drained for a massive retrofit project. this means water is now unavailable for approximately 10 years. so valley water will have to be careful about how it keeps and moves water. >> now that that's gone that means we're just going to have to buy more water outside of the county and bring it in. >> don: the county exports about 50% of the water from outside the area to meet the regions needs and to make sure ground water levels stay normal. one such source is a water supply near bakersfield. those were dramatically reduced this year because of drought conditions. but on tuesday, the board took action. >> do we have a unanimous vote? >> the ayes have it. >> increasing a call for a voluntary reduction in water use from 20% to 25% compared to
2013. in the south del castillo, abc 7 news. and the utilities later report shows its water supply is far below normal after a historically dry winter. this prompted the board to call for a drought. they're urging customers to fix leak, keep showers short and invest in water efficient appliances. drought concerns have revived interest in a plan to build a water pipeline across the richmond san rafael bridge. the marin independent journal reports the marin water district is in early talks with east bay officials to build that pipe to bump water into marin county. a pipe was first talk about during the 1976 drought. a bay area woman says she was injected with the wrong vaccine for the second shot. tonight she shares what
happened next. a $200 billion promise to american families. details of president biden's ambitious plan. disneyland reopens in just days. hear what it's like for some lucky people who got in a bit early. >> i'm meteorologist sandhya patel. i'll let you know when and how long coming up. >> first here's a look at what's coming up tonight on jimmy kimmel live right after the news at 11:00. >> here's what we glued together for you tonight. >> the real rock stars are these parents that had to deal with little hoodlums like us. >> yeah, when you give a kid a drum set that means he's a troublemaker. >> pretty much.
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waiting for. instead of relief what she felt was panic after that needing was pulled out. >> she asked me did you tell them pfizer. i said of course yeah. i told them pfizer. i got pfizer for the first shot too. she said your file is flagged as being moderna. i said what. >> don: noticed the cdc card said pfizer moments after injecting her. >> it seemed to be human error that's why i'm i'm i'm i told them pfizer three times, obviously it's in the medical record. because i got my shot there three weeks >> reporter: vina has her medical education and has worked for the cdc and called
the cdc herself. >> reporter: vaccine mixing is already happening until the uk where experts are trying to figure out if combining vaccines will have an increased benefit. >> there was a study in mice that showed if you gave two different types of vaccines what's called an admo viral vaccine like the johnson & johnson we have here and a different vaccine that you would have a better outcome. >> reporter: we have administered more than 31,000 vaccines using careful vaccine administration. and stringent safety vina helps el camino strengthens. now as to her side effects. >> i did get side effects but honestly i think they were the same as everybody else probably. so really sore muscles like i had been working out or beat up. a lot of fatigue. some nausea, so i basically just slept it off for a few
days. >> in mountain view, luz pena, abc 7 news. president biden will make his first address to a joint session of congress. we learned new details for the sweeping new education plan that mr. biden will be unveiling. the president will be calling for $2 million to provide universal prek for all 3 and 4 year olds. the president will call for taxes on the most wealthy americans and wealthy investors to pay for this. you can watch president biden's address to congress tomorrow right here on abc 7 news. abc news coverage will begin at 6:00 p.m. and the address will be followed by a special edition of abc 7 news at 8:00. cheaper rents due to the pandemic may be coming to an end in the bay area. that's according to website apartment list.com. san francisco's prices edged up by 3% from
atwo bedroom apartment goes for $2,500 a month. >> the pendulum seems to be swinging back in the other direction. everything is pointing toward this summer prices continuing to go up as they typically do in a hot market like san francisco. >> and san francisco continues to have the highest rent in the nation. the same 2,500, two bedroom apartment in san francisco would run for about $1,700 in new york city. all right well, at least our weather is starting to look nice again if it's not going to geier i'losing it larry. any more rain. >> you have the best words. sandhya help us. >> all right, you know. that is adorable. larry you know what if it's not going to get any rainier we
might as well enjoy the sun sunnier skies how about that. prices going up unfortunately for rent. rainfall not coming in. i want to show you the season to date. santa rosa just over a foot of rain so far for the season. which is only 38% of average. not doing this in san francisco. 40% san jose 37 and oakland is at 39% of what you should be this time of year. s that why the entire state of california is in a drought and many parts about half of the state in extreme drought as you can see which includes parts of the northern and eastern end of our viewing area shaded in red there. so right now, over the next 7 days, i don't have any rain and i know people are asking, well why is that? you see the area of high pressure. it's basically building in and that ridge of high pressure is basically diverting the storm track well to the north. so it is heading way up into the pacific northwest and into canada. we get left high and dry.
here's a live look at live doppler 7. temperatures at this hour, 40s, 50s even a few 60s. it's been very comfortable. i just want to show you this view. it is absolutely stunning from san francisco. sutro tower camera right now. mainly clear morning with morning breeze. lighter breeze continues tomorrow and above average temperatures expected the next week. temperatures are in the 50s and 60 already. by noontime you will want to take that lunch outside. look how nice it's going to be. 50s, 60s. and temperatures approaching 90 degrees in fairfield there. 60s and 70s right around the coast. a live look from our camera. you're looking at air quality that's going to be good for being outside tomorrow. moderate air quality thursday. a few patches of fog just like this morning. tomorrow afternoon in the south bay you're looking at a warm
day. 80 in san jose. 74 santa cruz. 82 morgan hill. on the peninsula temperatures will be in the low to upper 70s. 62 in half-moon bay. sunshine in san francisco. 66 degrees. so really a mild day. in the north bay, upper 70s san rafael, petaluma, 82 santa rosa. in the east bay above average for this time of year. 75 hayward, 74 oakland, inland areas, 88 in fairfield, 83 in liver medical in livermore. and cooler as we head into the weekend. ama and larry. >> thank you, sandhya. >> we'll be right back.
disney's official reopening this weekend. disney is using this week as a soft opening to prepare for the reopening. the reopening also means disney hired back thousands of employees. >> we're glad to have our jobs back. hopefully we'll get everybody back in. they're bringing everybody back slowly but surely so hopefully will get their jobs back. >> that would be great. now it may not look like the last time you visited disneyland. only 25% capacity is allowed along with enhanced social distancing, sanitation and masks required for all guests. disney is a parent company of abc 7. i tell you what. the happiest place on earth tonight was not chase center. chris alvarez will have that story and the rest of the night in sports. chris. >> coming up in sport, the
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