Bay Area Health Experts Look Past Omicron, Envision Post-Pandemic COVID WorldQuestions about what happens after the latest omicron surge have Bay Area health experts weighing in.
San Francisco Gym's Separation Strategy Fits COVID-Era ConcernsA new San Francisco gym is offering a workout experience that, by accident, has become appealing during the era of COVID-19.
San Francisco Chinatown Stockton Street Fair Canceled Due To COVID-19 Omicron SurgeThe COVID-19 omicron surge is dealing the San Francisco Chinatown business community yet another blow.
Redwood City Extends City Hall Closure Due To COVID-19 Omicron SurgeOfficials in Redwood City announced that City Hall would be closed to the public for at least another two weeks due to the ongoing COVID-19 omicron surge.
San Francisco School District, Teachers Reach Agreement to Keep Classes OpenThe unions of the San Francisco Unified School District reached an agreement with district officials Thursday night that protects the health and safety of educators, staff and students while keeping schools open during the COVID-19 crisis.
Bay Area Expert Says a Quarter of Americans With Omicron May Be AsymptomaticAn average of one in four Americans could be infected with COVID-19 and not know it, according to a Bay Area medical expert.
COVID Surge Puts Chill on Football Fever With 49ers Set to Face Cowboys SundayNiners Faithful hope to return from Texas with a win but at what cost? People traveling this weekend risk piling up COVID cases during the ongoing omicron surge.
COVID: South Bay Sewage Tests Show Signs of Omicron DeclineData collected from wastewater in Santa Clara County show strong indications that COVID cases from the omicron variant could be on the decline.
Hayward City Council to Revert to Zoom-Only Meetings For Rest Of MonthDue to a surge in COVID-19 cases in the city, the Hayward City Council announced Thursday it is holding only Zoom meetings for the rest of the month of January.
UPDATE: Another Teacher Sickout Over COVID-19 Safety Measures Closes 9 Oakland Unified SchoolsOakland Unified School District officials said nine schools were closed Thursday due to a teacher sickout, despite the district recently coming to a tentative agreement with unions regarding COVID safety protocols.
Bay Area Grocery Stores Struggle To Keep Shelves Full Amid Supply Issues, COVID Staffing ShortagesGlobal supply issues, winter weather impacting delivery trucks on the East Coast and record high COVID-19 infections have all come to a head, and are impacting grocery stores in the Bay Area and across the nation.