Coronavirus Update: Facebook Offering $15 Million In Grants To Help Bay Area Small BusinessesFacebook on Tuesday offered details about a new plan to make $15 million in grants available to Bay Area small businesses, partnering with the mayors of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose to make the announcement.
Coronavirus Update: Bay Area Health Officials Recommend Covering Face When Leaving HomeMarking a shift in previous instructions, Bay Area health officials on Thursday started recommending residents cover their nose and mouth with cloth when leaving home for essential travel such as doctor appointments and grocery shopping.
Coronavirus Update: Bay Area Health Officials Extend Stay-At-Home Order To May 3, Add RestrictionsBay Area health officials in eight local jurisdictions on Tuesday officially extended the current coronavirus stay-at-home order through May 3 and added new restrictions in the hopes of curbing the spread of COVID-19 and preserving hospital capacity across the region.
California Now Tracking Number Of Patients Hospitalized To Measure Spread Of CoronavirusAs California confronts a rising number of coronavirus cases, state leaders and health officials are increasingly focused on a different metric. They are using the number of people arriving at the hospital.
Coronavirus Update: Bay Area Public Health Shelter-In-Place Order To Be Extended To May 1Public health officials in the Bay Area on Monday warned residents that the current shelter-in-place order due to the COVID-19 outbreak will be extended until at least May 1 in the coming days.
Bay Area Health Departments Order Labs To Provide More Comprehensive COVID-19 DataHealth officials in the seven Bay Area jurisdictions issued an order Tuesday requiring all commercial and academic labs to provide more comprehensive information on coronavirus testing in the region.
Postal Service Hiring 1,000 In Bay Area Amid Rise In Deliveries Due To CoronavirusThe U.S. Postal Service says it needs to hire as many as 1,000 workers in the Bay Area as the economic effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic continue to ripple across the region.
Coronavirus Shelter-In-Place: Residents In 6 Bay Area Counties Ordered To Stay HomeBay Area residents across six Bay Area counties have been ordered to "shelter in place" until early April, according to an announcement from county officials Monday.
Coronavirus Update: BART Ridership Falls More Than 50 Percent Over WeekendBART ridership officially fell more than 50 percent over the weekend as riders avoid public transit amid fears of the coronavirus.
Bay Area Coronavirus Closures And CancellationsThe growing concern over the coronavirus pandemic in the San Francisco Bay Area has led many museums and attractions in the region to close in addition to a rising number of event cancellations.
Historic Dry February Raises Drought Concerns In Bay AreaFebruary has been a magnificently beautiful month for Bay Area weather, but the fact that the region didn't get a single drop of rain the past four weeks has raised some concerns about drought.
Growing Discontent: 47% Consider Leaving Bay Area In Latest SurveyWith housing prices and commute times remaining high, a new survey has found nearly half of Bay Area residents looking at life elsewhere, outnumbering those who want to stay.
Wages Up For Workers At Bay Area Private FirmsWages for employees of private firms in the Bay Area were up an average of 3.2 percent between December 2018 and December 2019, U.S. labor officials said.
Bay Area Groups Protest President Trump's Acquittal In Impeachment TrialHours after President Trump was acquitted in the senate impeachment trial, protesters took to the streets across the Bay Area, from San Jose to Oakland to San Francisco.
Freeze Watch Issued For Parts Of The Bay Area As Temperatures DropThe National Weather Service has issued a Freeze Watch for parts of the Bay Area due to low temperatures forecasted Monday night through Tuesday night.