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Berkeley Mayor Hopes City Can Dodge COVID Surge, Avoid New Stay-at-Home OrdersHospitals' intensive care capacity in the Bay Area is currently at roughly 25 percent which is the highest in the state. As the coronavirus surge continues, people are bracing themselves for round two of the stay-at-home order.
Teachers, Students Test Positive for COVID-19 Days After In-Person Classes Resume in DanvilleSpecial needs students were allowed to go back to class at one East Bay high school. Then, less than a week later, eight teachers and students tested positive for COVID-19.
COVID Restrictions: New California Stay-at-Home Order Inflames Anti-Vax ProtestersAbout 30 people gathered outside San Jose's administration building Thursday to protest the latest state and county restrictions being announced regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID Restrictions: Alameda County May Adopt Newsom's Stay-At-Home Order EarlyHealth officials in Alameda County on Thursday responded to Gov. Gavin Newsom's plan for a regional stay-at-home order, noting that the East Bay county might adopt the restrictions early to save lives.
Jewish Doctor From Bay Area Talks About Treating COVID Patient With Nazi TattoosA Bay Area physician currently working an ER near Sacramento told KPIX 5 about a critically-ill patient who recently left him questioning his own compassion.
COVID Restrictions: Newsom Announces Regional Stay-At-Home Order For Areas With Low ICU CapacityOn the heels of a record day of new COVID cases, Gov. Gavin Newsom Thursday announced a new regional stay-at-home order tied to the ICU rates in a given region that will require many businesses to shut down.