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to keep california golden. biden said all adults will beel ethic football the eligible for the vaccine. good news, we talk about state regulations could bring better days as early as this weekend. >> in the middle a busy intersection in danville what led up to a shooting that put a man in the hospital. a break in the weather, will let you know when the next next comes. >> building a better bay area this is abc 7 news. finding light in the darkness is a very american thing to do. >> in his first primetime address since taking office president joe biden delivered hopeful news, announcing all
adults will be eligible for the vaccine no later than may 1st thank you for joining us. we have more on the president's speech and what it means for th >> reporter: president biden marking a somber moment in the nation's history. one year since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus declared a global pandemic, biden saying he carries this card in his pocket. >> as of now total decks in america, 527, that's more deaths than in world war i, world war ii, vietnam war and 9/11 combined. >> but on this occasion he has uplifting news, announcing all adults in the country should be eligible for a vaccine dose by may 1st. >> let me be clear, that doesn't mean everyone will have that shot immediately but you may get
in line beginning may 1st. >> the white house helped to broker a deal between merck and johnson & johnson now working together to manufacturer johnson & johnson single had you shot coronavirus vaccine to boost the supply. hours before his speech president biden signed his first major bill into law rushing economic stimulus and relief to millions in need. $1.9 trillion will send most americans $1400 direct payment and extend unemployment benefit through september and provide billions for vaccine, testing and housing and struggling small businesses. tonight president biden leaning in with this ask. >> i need you to get vaccinated when it's your turn and when you can find an opportunity. and to help your family, friends, neighbors get vaccinated as well. >> he hopes sfamily and friends will be able to watch fireworks
together in small groups this fourth of july and celebrate the nation's triumph over this virus. >> the president has said all adults will be eligible for the vaccine may 1st but what's it mean here, part of the team, we spoke with experts across the state to find out when we can expect most californians to be vaccinated. >> i really hope we'll be swimming in vaccines. >> reporter: decembery. >> reporter: she's leading the distribution. >> i'm frustrated because i heard my vaccine allocation for next week and it's not that langer. >> reporter: she's thrilled that all adults in the u.s. should be eligible for the vaccine on may 1st. >> i hear there's going to be a plethora of vaccine into
california, i hear it's going to happen in april. >> when the president makes promised like that, i think it means the supply will follow. >> reporter: the doctor explained how he expects california vaccine math to work out. >> we need to vaccinate 30 million people, that's at adult population of california. we have 11 million vaccinated now. that means we need to get 19 million more vaccinated. at the rate we're going at 2 million per week that's 9.5 weeks worth. that will tick -- take us through mid-may. >> will california have the supply by may one to get it out more widely? >> that is the hope. it is highly likely that by early summer we will have the majority of people who want to be vaccinated vaccinated. >> brown says by may 1st the federal government will roll out 700 community clinics across the
country. >> which is where minority residents of many states get their care. >> the government will double mass vaccination sites and vaccine. abc 7 news. now talk california health officials rolling up sleeves in oakland and los angeles promoting johnson & johnson new one-shot vaccine as safe and effective. >> the thing that came into my mind when that vaccine went into my arm was hugging my mom again. >> counties across california receive their first large shipments of johnson & johnson doses this week. california's department of public health broadened it's vaccine eligible rules today. that means formerly californians would be eligible for the shot monday including transit and utility workers and janitors, people between 16 and 64 with disabilities and serious medical
conditions. the state also updated rules to say you will not be required to -- anyone who is disabled or sick -- to show proof of their condition in order to get the vaccine. >> california wineries and breweries have something to cheers to, starting saturday they can open without serving food. we spoke with local business owners who say it's a step in the right direction. >> cheers. >> cheers. >> strike brewing company in campbell can serve these drinks outside with the help of a food partner like spicy roy's caribbean grill but is not part of the he business which is why this congo founder is happy to be allowed to serve outdoors with no food even in purple and red tiers. >> it will be handy that we don't have to depend on the food to serve beer outside like we've been doing. >> on 10th street the smell of whiskey mixing with the signs of hope that they're next to be open.
>> it's an exciting ruling, a step in the right direction. >> once counties are in orange and yellow tiers distilleries can bring back customers to tasting rooms in limited capaci capacity, supposed to go orange early as next week. >> when we launched our whiskey we had people who supported us, owners in the bay area. >> outdoor operations will still have some restrictions including time limits and required reservations but nor urlich it's a good start. >> we can open a little earlier and stay open later, after people have had dinner and say i would like to have a beer on the way home from dinner. >> that's what the owner of this cocktail lounge wants for his customers too. >> knowing the restrictions are being lifted is something that -- excited isn't quite the word but it is really a good feeling to see the light at end of the tunnel.
>> for super bowl labc 7 news. >> this map tracker is on abc7news.com. danville police releasing information about a man shot this afternoon at sick a more valley road and camino ramon. we're in danville with new video from a witness. >> police say they first got calls of a man throwing rocks off the freeway over pass about a block behind me on to 680 and then ended in the middle of this busy intersection when police say that man pulled out a knife. the calls came in around noon of a man throwing rocks off the over pass. >> the officers approached the subject who was in the middle of the road. as the officer tried to talk to him, the man pulled out a folding knife and opened it. >> the police chief said the officer on scene told the man to
drop the knife several times and they released this picture of the man with the knife in one hand and bag of groceries in the another that appears to be from the police body or dash. what happened next was only described by chief shields. >> he then advanced towards the officer who discharged his weapon striking the man once. >> all of this happened in the middle of the intersection at sycamore and pico ramon as people witnessed from the cars and other officers came over to help. the man taken to the hospital for treatment and condition not disclosed. police have not yet released his name or that of the officer who shot him. the shooting is under investigation by contra costa sheriff department and district attorney. in danville, matt boone, abc 7 news. we have new developments on attack on uber driver in san francisco.
one under arrest, another expected to be soon. san francisco police say malasia king was arrested today and second suspect plans to turn herself in. the woman accused of harassing an uber driver after he told one of them to wear a mask. one of them also pepper sprayed his car. uber has permanently banned all three riders you see in this video. >> the high cost of the pandemic, learning loss. what it could take to get students back on track. >> 150,000 security cameras hacked. what the bay area start up is saying about the breach. >> also, a beloved restaurant in san francisco bay view welcomes customers back inside tonight. and another storm is on the way, will let you know what part of the weekend will include rain, coming up. and a look at what's coming up on "jimmy kimmel live." >> thanks, dan and ama. it's our one year
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new developments san francisco unified school board unanimously approve opening schools april 12th preschool to fifth and special education students are be able to return to in-person learning some in class four days and one part day day each week, others two days at school and three days distance learning. teachers have until saturday to sign off on the deal. and we're examining the learning
loss with distance learning what it will take to get students back on track. >> it could be expensive to get it done, our reporter explains what it could take. >> reporter: for so many students march 2020 was the last time they spent learning in the classroom. >> a year is a huge time to lose from in-person schooling and i really worry the academic achievement gap is just going to get bigger and bigger. >> and it has. >> for lower elementary, students in 4th and 5th grade we definitely saw some loss, across the board in math saw some loss as well. >> san francisco unified measured the reading loss among 4th and 5th graders. pacific islanders, middle eastern, hispanic, japanese -- suffered the greatest. those in foster care. english care and homeless kids also saw a marked decline. only asian indian, white, and
special education students improved. san francisco supervisor hillary ronan will soon share -- >> the white families can pull their kids out for private schools or extra lesson or taking time off work to focus 100% on their child's education. things that family of color just can't afford. >> middle and high school students showed less learning loss across all demographics but some education experts caution the numbers may not be accurate because these assessments were done online. >> students who take the test online do better than students who are in school taking the test. and it will are some testing experts who i wonder whether that's because parents are helping them out. >> in order to properly assess students it must be done in person. >> the assessment will be the thing soon as we get back for
their socio, emotional as well as acceademic status. >> k-through 3 was not measured because some are not reading yet or are at different levels. experts say they suffered the latest learning loss and need of help. >> school districts should concentrate on the early years, because with if kids aren't readingly fourth grade all sorts of academic challenges occur. >> i think many school districts won't know how challenging things will be until they're able to assess students in person. in the news room, abc 7 news. and remember, you can find all of this week's reporting on our app. look for the building a better bay area shelf wherever you stream and watch at your screens. a data breach involving a san matteo base security camera service is putting companies around the world at risk,
hackers access up to 150,000 cameras operated by -- those in in schools, and more, hacker tapped into the system with administrator credentials found on the internet. >> everything is in the cloud. centered there. getting ready to get into the account. using their own credentials which is a a super admin account so they can access the account of the consumers. >> some of those include cameras guys facial recognition techniques. they have set up a help hotline. let's stalk about our weather. what a difference a day makes. >> oh, my goodness, nice change after intense couple days. our meteorologist here for what's in store for the weekend and beyond. >> yeah we have more rain coming but it's nice to get a little break. it's a quiet live doppler 7 tonight unlike the last couple
days where it was active. take a look for yourself. we have pretty much clear skies. by morning could see few patches of fog. now what did the storm leave behind, over an inch in kent field. hayward an inch financial three quarters inch in san jose. about third of an inch in concord. we did pretty good for the most part. temperatures right now in the 30's and 40's. so it's getting cold outside. few spots in the 50's. a look at he lake in mend seeno county frost advisory in effect midnight to 9:00 a.m. sensitive plants could be damaged keep that in mind. cold tomorrow night morning with patches of frost upper 20's low 30's for the cold everyone the spots and few -- the coldest spots. and cold morning with patchy frost and fog.
sunny. next two days. rain by sunday evening. just a reminder we get a extra hour of daylight, spring forward this weekend. here's a look at the highs for friday. it's going to be milder than today. 68 in fairfield. san rafael 68. 60 in san francisco. the sun will be shining from coast to inland and then rain coming back sunday afternoon to monday, tenth to third of ink, greasy and gusty. it will be fast-moving system unlike last storm. sunday evening it starts to get wet around here. your monday morning will include showers and possibilities of snow in the higher elevation to the north, outside of the bay area, it's pretty much gone but sierra will see more snow, which is good. rainfall totals be much lower because of the fast-moving
nature of the system, so up to a third of an inch. the seven day feet all rights milder days. saturday a little cooler and rebound daylight savings sunday morning. nd we have spring storm coming sunday into monday. and more wet weather middle of next week. i think your outdoor plans saturday are good to go. sunday by mid afternoon take your plans inside. >> my saturday plan involves mowing the yard. i won't put it off until
receive a chargepoint home flex charger or a $500 pulic charging credit. see your volvo retailer for details. they are sure celebrating at a popular bay view hunter restaurant tonight, old school cafe reopened its doors for social distancing indoor dining giving at risk youth a second chance, a big night for the young staffers who had been waiting a long time to serve their first customers. >> nervous and exciting. the youth here now have never served, they were just training the whole time. because the pandemic. so this is their first day. >> the nonprofit is hosting a special homecoming celebration
through saturday with live youth bands and is open for indoor and limited incidenting as well as curbside livery. limited indoor dining as well as curbside delivery. very cool. >> what else is exciting sports. >> larry with that, hi, larry. >> when you see steph curry screaming at his teammates you know something's up, picture of frustration as
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boiling point as warriors turned in miserable effort against the clippers could back from the all-star game the warriors weren't able to compete at the highest level and steph trying to fire them up. kawhi leonard unstepable, follow the circle, scored 14 straight points in one stretch and finished with 28. curry tried to spark the doubs o the third steph finish with 14 points, 1 of 8 on three. clippers up 22 in the third. paul george, four point play. blow out alert. james wiseman who missed two covid tests was bench and came in 14 points, 7 boards in 12 mutant virus but warriors lose their fourth in the rote. fourth in the rote. >> it's all about what is happening in the moment. bring competitive spirit and
leadership in different ways. we had an opportunity to set the tone for the second half of the season tonight. obviously didn't do that. we got to do something about going to the next game. >> which is against utah. cal and colorado round two pac-12 tournament in vegas, baby. walter on the receiving end of this one they're the three seed in this tournament. cal keeping it close all night long. joel brown, nice drive and pull up to hit with the left, he is lefty, but the busks would pull away in the second half, walker with three. colorado with two minutes left. 58-52. young jesus lassardo with luzardo unveiling 65 miles an hour fastball meanwhile, first inning, mike
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>> and >> dicky: tonight, from a completely abandoned hollywood boulevard, it's the "jimmy kimmel live coronaversary show"! with special guests -- joel mchale. u.s. secretary of transportation pete buttigieg. a special musical performance by adam duritz. and honoring one year of awkward video communication, the first ever zoomy award! wow. has it really been a year? god, that's depressing. sorry! i got sad for a second! and now, because every virus needs a host, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, hello. thank you, everybody. welcome to our first and