COVID Update: Alameda, Contra Costa Counties Restore Restrictions For Return To Purple TierFollowing suit with other parts of the Bay Area, Alameda and Contra Costa County health officials on Monday announced they were returning to the Purple Tier due to the increase in local COVID-19 cases.
COVID-19 Update: State Releases Official Guidance On Halloween Celebrations, Strongly Discourages Trick-Or-TreatingCalifornia health officials on Tuesday released the state's official COVID-19 guidance for safely observing Halloween and Día de los Muertos celebrations later this month.
COVID-19 Reopening: Santa Clara And Santa Cruz Counties Move To 'Red' Tier; More Businesses Resume Indoor OperationsCounty health officials in Santa Clara and Santa Cruz counties on Tuesday confirmed that both regions have moved into the state's Red Tier for COVID-19 spread risk according to California's new four-tier coronavirus system.
State, County Officials Call For Continued Eviction Protections During PandemicState Assemblyman David Chiu, D-San Francisco, and a group of public health officials expressed concern Monday about the potential for millions of renters across the state to be evicted later this month.
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.
Cellphone Radiation Exposure Fact Sheet Draft Released By California Health OfficialsAfter keeping it hidden for years, California released a draft document on health officials' concerns about cellphone radiation exposure.
Ecstasy Use On The Rise Among South Bay Teens, Officials SaySanta Clara County health officials are taking steps to curb the rising use of Ecstasy among high school students.
Alcohol-Infused Whipped Cream Creates New Underage Drinking ConcernJust weeks after cracking down on the alcohol and caffeine-fueled party drink Four Loko, federal regulators and public health officials are now eye-balling a new potential problematic product.