Coronavirus Update: Despite 'Flattening The Curve,' Bay Area Faces Long Road To NormalcyWhile California has successfully "flattened the curve," with Gov. Gavin Newsom saying the state projects a manageable peak of cases in May, that does not necessarily mean shelter-in-place orders will end come summer.
Coronavirus Update: State's Success At 'Flattening The Curve' Likely Delays, Reduces Case SurgeThrough February and much of March, California Governor Gavin Newsom warned that the state could be headed for a COVID-19 disaster with overwhelmed hospitals and a lack of vital health care equipment. Now, people in other parts of the country are getting ventilators on loan from California that the state does not yet need.
Coronavirus Pandemic: San Francisco Emergency Officials Say Bay Area Just Days Behind New YorkA source who works at the San Francisco Emergency Management Dept. tells KPIX 5 officials they believe the Bay Area is 5 to 10 days behind New York, and that this week will be crucial toward determining whether it will be different here.