I live in San Francisco, CA and just received this email from the San Francisco Chronicle regarding Covid vaccines stating that
California is expected to receive 327,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine in mid-December, with the first shipments arriving in the SF Bay Area around Dec. 15, 2020.

UCSF Medical Center and Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital are two among the seven hospitals in the state that have been approved for early distribution of the Pfizer vaccine.

https://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/Coronavirus-vaccines-Everything-we-know-and-15755700.php

COVID vaccines are coming soon. Here's what Bay Area residents should know
https://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/Coronavirus-vaccines-Everything-we-know-and-15755700.php
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sswear2
4 months

Double check that if you send kids to school you have not signed anything that says you give them permission to treat and or do preventative care such as vaccines. In my state this is a very typical form no one reads but according to the 14th and 1st amendment you may reject and still send your kids to school. I have heard California tries to reject these rights and deny equality. I am not anti-vaccine but no child should be forced vaccinated or other medical procedures. Also, we must look into how this vaccine was procured, if it has real value verses risks, and more. It’s easy for something like this to be used to manipulate people into rash and foolish thinking and talking on all “sides.” We have to be wise in how we talk so people can hear. And pray that our doctors and courts are not fooled or stubborn.