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World AIDS Day 40th Anniversary Marked As COVID Pandemic Recalls Darkest DaysSeveral prominent civic leaders and activists, many from the Bay Area, honored the hundreds of thousands of Americans who’ve lost their lives to both AIDS and COVID-19 during this year’s World AIDS Day on Tuesday. This year’s event marks 40 years since the first cases of AIDS were reported in the U.S. and also coincides with a new major virus - COVID-19.
COVID Purple Tier: 'Our Dangerous Winter Has Arrived,' Breed Warns Of New SF Restrictions, Possible Muni LayoffsOfficials in San Francisco on Tuesday said the city would soon roll out stricter COVID regulations as case rates and hospitalizations continued to spike, with Mayor London Breed warning that budget issues could lead to major layoffs for SFMTA workers.
Warriors Players Test Positive For COVID; Start Of Training Camp DelayedTwo members of the Golden State Warriors have recently tested positive for COVID-19, General Manager Bob Myers told reporters Tuesday.
COVID: San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo Apologizes For Attending Thanksgiving Meal That Violated Gathering RulesSan Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo apologized Tuesday after attending a Thanksgiving meal that broke state COVID-19 rules limiting the number of people and households at private gatherings.
COVID Purple Tier: Santa Clara County Issues Over $115K In COVID Compliance Fines During Holiday WeekendSanta Clara County issued more than $115,000 in fines over the weekend to businesses failing to comply with local COVID-19 health guidelines, county officials said.
COVID: California State University System Extends Fall 2021 Application Deadline Due To PandemicThe California State University System has granted prospective students additional time to submit their applications for Fall 2021, citing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.