California Reopens: Cal/OSHA Set To Loosen Worksite Pandemic Rules For Fully VaccinatedCalifornia regulators on Thursday are set to approve revised worksite pandemic rules that allow fully vaccinated employees the same freedoms as when they are off the job.
California Reopens: Downtown Walnut Creek Retailers, Restaurants In Dispute Over Future Of ParkletsCities across the Bay Area have looked for imaginative ways to help restaurants during the pandemic. But on one street in Walnut Creek, the effort has raised the ire of other businesses who say they’ve been pushed completely out of sight.
Heat Wave: Triple-Digit Temps, Full Reopening Brings Crowds To Concord Water ParkWith temperatures soaring into the 100s and COVID-19 capacity limits being lifted, an East Bay water park proved to be a popular destination in beating the heat on Wednesday.
California Reopens: San Francisco Celebrates End Of COVID Restrictions; 'You Can Look At People, You Can Smile'The mood across San Francisco was celebratory Tuesday night. There was a lot to cheer to at Jaranita on Steiner Street in the Marina.
COVID Reopening: Pandemic Creates 'Employees Market' As Demand For Workers Exceeds SupplyOn the first day of California’s post-COVID grand reopening, demand for food service and hospitality workers continues to constrain the ability of restaurants and bars to operate at full capacity.
California Reopens: Surviving San Jose Businesses Cheer Lifting Of COVID-19 Rules - 'Something Much, Much Better'The reopening of the California economy was greeted with joy and a sigh of relief from small businesses in San Jose who survived the shutdowns.
COVID Reopening Day: San Francisco Businesses Thankful To Have Survived PandemicAcross San Francisco, June 15 was a day to be grateful for what made it through the pandemic. For many bars and restaurants, surviving was never guaranteed. Now comes the gratitude, and the thanks.
COVID Reopening: California Timeline Of A Deadly Pandemic They were months filled with isolation, death, illness and fear. More than 65,500 state residents have lost their lives while nearly 3.7 million have been infected by the coronavirus. Here is a timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in the San Francisco Bay Area and California.
Mayor Breed: Free Rides As San Francisco Cable Cars Return In August For Test Runs The city's signature cable cars, shuttered by the COVID-19 pandemic, will return in August for testing and be giving free rides all month long as Muni shakes off the rust accumulated during more than a year of being shut down.
Stern Grove Festival: How to Reserve Tickets for a ShowThis year's Stern Grove Festival will be a very different experience than past festivals. The 2021 fest marks the first time Stern Grove is using an advance reservation system for each performance.
California Reopens: Where Do I Have To Still Wear A Mask? At the stroke of midnight Tuesday the majority of the lifestyle restrictions put into place to stem the deadly tide of the COVID-19 pandemic were lifted, but there was confusion over those that remain. The majority of the questions seem to center on wearing masks.
COVID: Experts Warn More Contagious Delta Variant Could Sicken UnvaccinatedThe COVID-19 Delta variant is doubling nationally every two weeks. Health experts are concerned for the unvaccinated or only half-vaccinated.
COVID Reopening: Some Mandatory, Voluntary Mask Requirements Remain After June 15Even though Gov. Gavin Newsom has declared June 15 the state's reopening day after more than a year of pandemic lockdowns, masks -- mandatory and voluntary -- will likely remain for some time.
COVID Vaccines: San Mateo County Reaches 1 Million Shots On Eve Of Full ReopeningHealth officials in San Mateo County announced that 1 million COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered, as Californians prepare for Tuesday's full reopening of the economy.
Marin County Reports Zero COVID-19 Patients In Hospital For First Time In 13 MonthsOn the eve of the full reopening of California's economy, health officials in Marin County announced there are zero COVID-19 patients in county hospitals for the first time in over a year.