Temporary Bother or New Normal? Opinions Vary at COVID Test Site in BerkeleyWith the distractions of Christmas behind us, the fight against the coronavirus continues and, for those being tested Saturday, there were concerns about another surge in infections.
COVID Testing: Santa Clara County Opens Self-Testing Site In Gilroy; Announces Christmas Week HoursSelf-administered COVID-19 testing, observed on-site is now being conducted at the Santa Clara County-run drop-in site in Gilroy, following a successful rollout at the other county-run drop-in site in East San Jose.
COVID: Mineta San Jose Airport Begins Offering Preflight Virus TestingMineta San Jose International Airport announced Friday that they are now offering preflight COVID-19 testing ahead of the upcoming holidays.
COVID Testing: San Francisco Unified School District Plans Teacher Testing Program Ahead Of January ReopeningsAs San Francisco Unified School District prepares to reopen some of its schools starting in January for in-person learning, Superintendent Vincent Matthews announced Wednesday plans to provide COVID-19 testing for staff.
San Mateo County Providing Free COVID-19 Testing In Daly City Through WednesdaySan Mateo County will provide three days of free COVID-19 testing at two locations in Daly City starting Monday and running through Wednesday, Supervisor David Canepa said Sunday.
Contra Costa County Orders Private Health Providers To Expand, Improve COVID-19 TestingHealth officials in Contra Costa County have ordered private health care facilities to expand COVID-19 testing and provide timely test results to essential workers, people with symptoms and those who have been exposed to the virus.
Santa Clara County Criticizes COVID-19 Testing Shortfalls By Private Health Care CompaniesSanta Clara County officials are calling out private health care companies for not stepping up their COVID-19 testing.
CDC Posts Relaxed COVID-19 Testing Guidelines From White House That Health Experts Call 'Bizarre'U.S. health officials sparked criticism and confusion after posting guidelines on coronavirus testing from the White House task force that run counter to what scientists say is necessary to control the pandemic.
Santa Clara County To Place Census Kiosks At COVID-19 Testing SitesSanta Clara County announced on Wednesday that it will set up Census 2020 kiosks at pop-up COVID-19 testing sites to mitigate the effects of President Donald Trump’s claim that he will exclude undocumented immigrants from the counts used in congressional redistricting.
Santa Clara County Offers New, Expanded COVID-19 Testing In Areas With Higher Rate Of CasesSanta Clara County on Monday launched new and expanded COVID-19 testing at six sites across the county, focusing on areas which have shown a higher rate of recent coronavirus cases compared to other nearby areas.
Santa Clara County To Offer Free COVID-19 Regardless Of SymptomsThe city of San Jose and Santa Clara County on Wednesday announced free COVID-19 testing for all residents regardless of symptoms.
San Francisco Opening New COVID-19 Mobile Testing Site In Tenderloin District; 2 Other Testing Sites To OpenSan Francisco announced Monday it was expanding its COVID-19 testing with three new testing sites, including the city's first mobile testing site in the troubled Tenderloin District.
Coronavirus Update: Infection Statistics Provide Sense Of Urgency As Free, Walk-Up Testing Opens In OaklandA free, walk-up COVID-19 testing center opened in Oakland this week, another step to get more people in vulnerable communities tested.
Coronavirus Update: Napa And Contra Costa Offer COVID-19 Testing For All Adults, Regardless Of SymptomsHealth officials in Napa and Contra Costa counties have begun offering coronavirus testing to all adults that live or work in the county, regardless of symptoms.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Testing Sites Hit High Following KPIX 5 Reports On Lagging ProcessSan Francisco has ramped up its testing at two popup testing sites following KPIX 5 reports that the number of people being tested for the coronavirus in the city daily was falling far short of capacity.