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Bay Area Small Business Owners Fear New Coronavirus Shutdown Will Sound Their Death KnellMany East Bay restaurant owners told KPIX that take-out and delivery alone will not be financially sustainable after the latest stay-at-home order goes into effect.
COVID Hospitalizations: Santa Clara, San Mateo County Hospitals Prepared Early For SurgeA new COVID-19 shutdown order will go into effect in five Bay Area counties next week, but four counties, including San Mateo and Santa Clara, will remain open. South Bay health officials say they are prepared for a surge.
Santa Rosa Child Molester Sentenced To 756 Years In Prison In Sonoma's 1st Trial During PandemicA Santa Rosa man convicted of 158 counts of sexual assault and child molestation was sentenced to 756 years in prison in Sonoma County's first criminal jury trial since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
'Dark COVID Winter Has Arrived;' Bay Area Health Officers Announce Regional Stay-At-Home Restrictions To BeginBay Area counties will be adopting the state's new stay-at-home order beginning Sunday in light of the spike in COVID cases and surge in ICU patients.
COVID: MLB Sues Insurance Providers In Alameda County Court Over Virus Losses In 2020 SeasonMajor League Baseball and all 30 of its teams are suing their insurance providers, citing billions of dollars in losses during the 2020 season played almost entirely without fans due to the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID Restrictions: San Mateo County Maintains Purple Tier Guidance, Skirts Stay-At-Home OrderWhile much of the Bay Area on Friday decided to adopt the state's regional stay-at-home order restrictions early, San Mateo County officials announced that would instead continue to follow California's purple tier guidelines until further notice.