COVID Vaccines: Santa Clara County Now Offering Shots For Residents 65 And OlderSanta Clara County residents 65 years and older are now eligible to get vaccinated, county officials announced Tuesday.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed: COVID Vaccine Supply 'Inconsistent, Insufficient and Unpredictable'While San Francisco is ready to administer 10,000 COVID vaccines per day, Mayor London Breed on Tuesday said the city's supply from the state and federal government has been "inconsistent, insufficient and unpredictable."
COVID Reopening: California Reveals Data Used To Lift Stay-At-Home OrderCalifornia’s health department on Monday released to the public previously secret projections for future hospital intensive care unit capacity throughout the state, the key metric for lifting the coronavirus stay-at-home order.
COVID Reopening: Information On Tier Status And What's Open By CountyState health officials on January 25 lifted the restrictive statewide stay-at-home order, allowing Bay Area counties to return to California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy tiers and guidelines.
Project Home: Eviction Moratorium A Lifeline For Struggling Bay Area Renters But For Some It's Too LateTime is running out for the state legislature to extend California’s eviction moratorium. If lawmakers don’t pass a bill this week, one in five Californians could lose their housing.
COVID Reopening: Risk Of Setting Off Another Surge Has Business Owners, Nurses ConcernedWith the stay-at-home order rescinded, some are wondering if it is too soon and whether a slide back into rising COVID-19 case counts and hospitalizations is inevitable.
COVID Vaccine: Santa Clara Co. Hospital Under Fire For Letting School Workers 'Cut' To The Front Of The LineSanta Clara County has suspended allocations of vaccine to Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose, after it learned the hospital was vaccinating school district employees who were not health care providers.
California Lifts Restrictive COVID-19 Stay-At-Home Order; 'Light At The End Of The Tunnel'With a surge of COVID-19 cases easing and ICU bed availability beginning to soar, Governor Gavin Newsom on Monday announced California was lifting a restrictive stay-at-home order Monday for all five California regions, opening the way for a return to limited restaurant dining, religious services and other activities.
COVID Restrictions: Santa Clara County Lifts Ban On Team Sports; Sharks To Return To SAP CenterHealth officials in Santa Clara County on Monday announced changes to current COVID restrictions after the state lifted the stay-at-home order, including the end of the ban on all team sports.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco To Allow Outdoor Dining, Personal Services Starting ThursdayMayor London Breed on Monday announced that the state's lifting of the stay-at-home order would allow San Francisco to start relaxing COVID restrictions beginning this Thursday.
COVID Housing: California To Extend Eviction Moratorium To June 30California would extend eviction protections through the end of June while using federal money to pay off up to 80% of most tenants' unpaid rent, according to a proposal being negotiated.
COVID-19 Reopening: Marin County Officials Reveal What Will Be Reopened Under Purple TierHours after state health officials lifted a restrictive stay-at-home order, Marin County's public health director released a list of businesses that will be allowed to reopen in the county under the Purple Tier.
Foreign Air Travelers Face New COVID-19 Requirements Before Boarding Flights To U.S.Under new guidelines the CDC will require travelers to take a COVID test within three days before their plane departs from any foreign country for the US starting January 26.
Gov. Newsom Expected To Lift COVID-19 Stay-At-Home OrderWith the surge of post-holiday COVID-19 cases beginning to ebb, Gov. Gavin Newsom could lift the restrictive stay-at-home order that has shuttered businesses across the San Francisco Bay Area as early as Monday.
North Bay Restaurants Challenge State to Show Data Supporting COVID ClosureAs California’s stay-at-home order continues, businesses and health experts alike are demanding to see the data that justifies it. So far, state officials are keeping most of it to themselves.