Oakland McDonald's Worker Alleges Attack By Customer Refusing To Wear MaskA worker at a McDonald's in Oakland has filed a complaint with Cal/OSHA alleging a customer at the drive-thru attacked her after she refused him service for not wearing a mask, as well as claiming prior incidents of worker abuse by customers and management's lack of concern for worker security.
Peninsula Lawmaker Urges Newsom To Enforce Mandatory Mask Order With FinesSan Mateo County Supervisor David Canepa sent a letter to California Governor Gavin Newsom Tuesday, urging him to enforce the mandatory health order requiring people to wear masks in public with fines.
Apple Offers Faster Way To Unlock Your iPhone While Wearing A Face MaskApple is rolling out an easier way to unlock your iPhone while wearing a face mask.
Bay Area Counties Implement Face Covering Mandates as Gov. Newsom Mulls Statewide DirectiveCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom says he’s leaning toward implementing a statewide mandate to require face coverings in public but most Bay Area counties and cities are a step ahead.
Coronavirus Update: Some Bay Area Residents Quickly Adopt Recommendation To Wear MasksAfter weeks of public health officials saying it was not necessary for people who weren't possibly sick to wear a mask, the new recommendation from doctors for everyone to cover their faces when in public was quickly adopted by many.
Bay Area Health Officials Advise All to Wear Face Coverings in PublicWhile the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is still expected to revise guidelines and advise all Americans to wear face coverings when outside their homes, Bay Area public health departments made that decision Thursday
Coronavirus Update: PG&E Donates 1 Million Face Masks to California HospitalsPacific Gas & Electric is donating nearly a million protective masks from the supply it keeps on hand for crews responding to fires and construction zones to California hospitals and first responders
Bay Area Residents Advised to Stay Indoors as Air Quality WorsensThe San Francisco Department of Emergency Services is advising residents to reduce outdoor exposure by closing windows and doors as Bay Area air quality continues to deteriorate because of smoke from the Butte County wildfire.