Workers Union Accuses Napa Queen of the Valley Hospital Of Violating COVID Safety ProtocolsThe National Union of Healthcare Workers accused a Napa hospital Tuesday of violating COVID-19 coronavirus safety protocols and failing to test hospital workers who may have been exposed to the virus.
Monterey Bay Restaurant Reaches Settlement After Being Charged With Defying COVID-19 OrdersA restaurant owner in Carmel-by-the-Sea has agreed to pay $15,000 in civil penalties after being criminally charged last month for violating state and local health orders.
Customers Begin Exploring Bay Area Shopping Malls In Age Of COVIDAs some shopping malls reopen their doors in the Bay Area, the big question remains: will people return and embrace the new retail experience in the era of COVID?
Alameda County To Reopen Outdoor Dining, Houses Of Worship, Indoor Retail Next WeekAlameda County has set a new date to allow additional activities and loosen restrictions of the county's health orders to allow, among other activities, outdoor dining, religious services, and both indoor and outdoor retail.
Multiple New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported At Construction Sites In Santa Clara CountyHealth authorities in Santa Clara County have identified multiple new cases of COVID-19 among construction workers in the county, prompting several sites to close down operations.
Liam’s List: Your Guide To Fitness, Food, Fun, Staying Connected While Social DistancingKCBS reporter Liam Mayclem will be providing KPIX 5 users with a weekly tip list on how best to survive the current coronavirus outbreak.
Businesses In Santa Cruz, Monterey Counties Gear Up For Limited ReopeningsMany destinations in Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties are about to re-open to tourists for the first time since March.
Santa Clara County Orders All Large Health Care Providers To Offer Free COVID-19 TestingSanta Clara County ordered on Wednesday all large healthcare systems in the county to provide free coronavirus testing for all patients in high-risk categories, including people who regularly ride mass transit.
Cooped-Up Coronavirus Shelterers Clear Out Pet Shelter At Pleasanton Valley Humane SocietyThings can get a little lonely during three months of isolation from friends. So a lot of people are looking to adopt a friend - the four-legged kind.
BART Employee With Public Contact Tests Positive For CoronavirusA BART employee who interacts with the public tested positive for the coronavirus, BART officials said they learned Tuesday afternoon.
"You Can't Fight If You're Sick"; Bay Area Doctor's Advice For Protesting In A PandemicIn the past week and a half, we have watched tens of thousands of people march through the Bay Area, protesting the end of police brutality and racism. The problem with all of this? It’s happening in the midst of a global coronavirus pandemic.
UC Berkeley Study: COVID-19 Safety Measures Stopped 500M Infections, 60 Million In U.S.Emergency health and safety measures taken in six major countries have prevented more than 500 million infections during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Santa Clara County Reopening: Businesses Urged To Flush Out Water PipesSan Jose Water is reminding businesses and other properties preparing to reopen as novel coronavirus restrictions ease of the importance of first flushing water pipes.
Alameda County Reopening: 'Social Bubbles' Allowed; Outdoor Dining, Religious Services Still RestrictedStarting Monday, Alameda County residents can gather in “social bubbles,” and childcare providers and some businesses can resume operations under certain conditions, health officials announced this week.
Santa Clara County Reopening: Businesses Still Face Challenges As More Restrictions Are LiftedIn-store retail and outdoor dining is now allowed in Santa Clara County, but many business owners said Friday that it is far from business as usual for them.