Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Paid $30,000 A Day For Empty Hotel Rooms During PandemicFor weeks, nearly 1,000 hotel rooms meant for frontline workers have sat empty in San Francisco. The city leased them when they saw how overwhelmed New York City was when its surge hit.
Nonprofit Aims To Keep Bay Area Restaurants Afloat By Feeding Front Line Health WorkersA nonprofit is providing frontline workers in the Bay Area with tasty meals and keeping local restaurants afloat amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: SF Mayor Announces Expanded Mental Health Care For First RespondersSan Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Wednesday expanded access to mental health services for first responders and all health care workers as the city grapples with the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Ballots Sent For Sonoma County Special Election On EMS Tax MeasuresThe Sonoma County Registrar of Voters Office is mailing ballots this week for two special May 5 elections for districts within the county.
COVID-19 Decontamination Site For First Responders Opens In San JoseSanta Clara County has set up a decontamination site for first responders and medical workers to use if they think they may have been exposed to the deadly coronavirus.
'Dames That Care' Women's Motorcycle Club Delivers Coronavirus PPE To Bay Area 1st RespondersA Bay Area women's motorcycle club is making special deliveries of personal protective equipment (PPE), including new prototype face shields, to first responders. 
Better Together: San Jose Restaurant Provides Hot Meals For Those On COVID-19 Front LinesSan Jose's West Coast Beef Company has pledged to deliver free hot meals to workers on the front lines of the battle against the coronavirus even as they fight to stay afloat during the shelter-in-place order.
FoodMaxx, Lucky, Save Mart Supermarkets Establish Hours For Coronavirus First RespondersSave Mart, Lucky and FoodMaxx grocery stores will open their doors one hour early and one hour later for first responders starting on Thursday.
Bay Area Firefighters Taking Preventive Measures To Prevent Exposure To CoronavirusFire departments across the Bay Area were changing the way they operate at work and respond to calls, as they try to prevent exposure to the novel coronavirus.
Bay Area First Responders Practice Safety Protocols To Guard Against CoronavirusWhen first responders arrive at a scene, they may focus on the well being of the injured, but they are also concerned about their own health and safety. With the spread of the coronavirus, there are new protocols in place to help.
John Cena Donates Half-Million Dollars To California Fire First RespondersProfessional wrestling superstar-turned-actor John Cena is donating a half-million dollars to first responders battling the California wildfires.