SFO Assures Passengers Airport Ready If Ebola Screenings Become NecessarySan Francisco International Airport officials asserted Thursday they stand ready to implement enhanced screening measures for the Ebola virus if the government directs them to.
243 Deaths From Flu This Season In California; Health Officials Say Numbers Reflect Decline California health officials said the recent numbers show an overall statewide decline in the number of deaths this season, and that the number of hospitalizations are tapering back to normal levels.
2 More Flu Deaths Reported In Santa CruzTwo more flu deaths were recorded in Santa Cruz County this week, county health officials said Thursday.
2 More Flu Deaths In Santa Clara County; Statewide Flu Deaths Climb To 149The number of people who died in Santa Clara County during the current flu season has increased by two to 10, the most of any Bay Area county, public health officials reported Friday.
2 More Flu Deaths Reported In Santa Clara County, 50 More StatewideTwo more flu-related deaths were recorded in Santa Clara County on Friday as state Department of Public Health officials confirmed there have been 50 more influenza deaths throughout the state as of last week.
Bay Area Health Officials Report 6 More Flu DeathsSix more flu-related deaths have been recorded in San Mateo, San Francisco, Sonoma and Contra Costa counties, health officials said Wednesday.
2nd Flu Death Of Season Recorded In San FranciscoThe second flu-related death of the season has been recorded in San Francisco, city health officials said Wednesday.
Bay Area Flu Deaths Reach 23; Statewide Deaths Up To 45As flu season continues this winter, Santa Clara County reported two more flu-related deaths Friday, bringing the Bay Area total to 23.
Bay Area Flu-Related Death Toll Rises To 18More flu deaths were reported throughout the Bay Area Tuesday, with 18 residents fatally contracting the virus so far this winter season, according to health officials.
Bay Area Flu Deaths Reach 15; Pharmacies Get Vaccines ReplenishedThe number of flu-related deaths in the Bay Area increased again on Monday, with four more deaths reported, according to health officials.
Bay Area Flu Deaths Increase; 28 Deaths Investigated StatewideThis season’s H1N1 influenza strain is challenging and is affecting young adults and children, said Dr. Gil Chavez, the state’s epidemiologist and deputy director of its Center for Infectious Diseases.
San Mateo, Sonoma Counties See 1st Flu-Related Deaths Of SeasonTwo more Bay Area counties reported their first flu-related deaths of the season on Thursday -- San Mateo County and Sonoma County.