Gov. Newsom, S.J. Mayor Praise State Businesses' Cooperation in Coronavirus BattleCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo toured a Sunnyvale fuel cell manufacturer where hundreds of older ventilators are being refurbished as part of the statewide battle to contain the coronavirus outbreak.
Santa Clara County Ramps Up Health Care Infrastructure As COVID-19 Cases SurgeSanta Clara County is preparing for a surge of coronavirus cases and treating the very ill by hiring more nurses, building a makeshift hospital and adding intensive care units to hospitals
San Jose Church's Live Webcast During Coronavirus Shelter Reaches Followers Across The GlobeWith only a skeleton staff and bare-bones set-up, a San Jose church has found an unexpected international audience during the coronavirus outbreak, live-streaming its daily mass on Facebook and Instagram.
Silicon Valley Nonprofit Making 3D Face Shields To Fill Urgent Need For Coronavirus Medical PPEInnovation is part of the fabric of the Bay Area, so when the medical community said that they were running low on their personal protective equipment, the Maker community, and all their 3D printers, came to the rescue.
National Guard Preps Santa Clara Convention Center As COVID-19 Treatment CenterWith help from the National Guard Reserves, the Santa Clara Convention Center is being transformed into a make-shift hospital for an expected surge in COVID-19 patients.
Coronavirus Update: 32 Additional Cases, New Death In Santa Clara CountySanta Clara County's health department on Friday announced 32 additional novel coronavirus cases, along with one new COVID-19 related death, bringing the number of deaths in the county to 20. 
San Jose City Manager Expects County COVID-19 Death Toll to Approach 2,000 in 'Best Case' ScenarioTwo thousand people are estimated to die from COVID-19 in the next 12 weeks in Santa Clara county alone in what the San Jose city manager called the best case scenario.
Bay Area Patients Tell Their Experience of COVID-19 SurvivalPatients who have recovered from the coronavirus are now starting to share their successful treatment stories.
Coronavirus Update: VTA Santa Clara Valley Service Grinds To Halt After Trainee Tests PositiveAll Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light rail train service was halted indefinitely early Thursday after a light rail operator trainee tested posted for the coronavirus, officials said.
Coronavirus Update: Cases Surge Past 500 In Santa Clara County; 2 Additional DeathsHealth officials announced 83 new cases of the novel coronavirus in Santa Clara County Thursday afternoon, now totaling bringing the total to 542 cases.
Coronavirus Update: Caltrain Reduces Weekday Service, Baby Bullet SuspendedCaltrain announced Thursday that it will reduce its weekday train service by more than half starting next week amid sharp ridership losses due to the novel coronavirus.
Stanford Health Expert: Hospitalization Figures, Not Positive Cases, Best Indicator Of COVID-19Santa Clara County may have seen its largest single-day increase in positive COVID-19 cases, but one Bay Area doctor said Wednesday the number that gives a better sense of what is happening with the pandemic are the hospitalizations.
Coronavirus Pandemic: San Jose City Council Proposes Extended Paid Sick LeaveThe coronavirus pandemic could be spurring a needed benefit for San Jose workers: extended paid sick leave. An estimated 35% of San Jose workers don't have any paid sick leave, with women, blacks and Latinos particularly at risk, city officials said.
Santa Clara VTA Reducing Service As Coronavirus Sheltering Sharply Reduces RidershipWith ridership numbers down sharply amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority announced Wednesday that it is reducing service effective next week.
Coronavirus Update: VTA Reducing Service, Most Trips After 9 PM CanceledThe Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority announced Wednesday that it is reducing service effective next week.