Housing, Jobs, Healthcare Biggest Barriers To Reentry After Leaving PrisonFormerly incarcerated people face challenges big and small after leaving prison - from navigating the supermarket to stable housing and employment. CBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese spoke with Yukari Kane, co-founder of the Prison Journalism Project, and Jesse Vasquez, program coordinator for Arsola Distribution and Community Services.
COVID: California Put Frontline Dentists In Back Of The Line For VaccinationsFrontline health care workers and nursing homes are first in line to get a COVID-19 vaccine in California, but dental workers who face unmasked patients at work daily, have to wait.
COVID: Post-Holiday Surge Strains Hospitals As Protracted Stay-At-Home Order Strains Bay Area BusinessesAs public health officials grapple with a post-holiday surge in coronavirus cases, regional stay-at-home orders for the Bay Area will remain in place indefinitely until the strain on the healthcare system is relieved.
FBI Warns Of More Major Ransomware Cyberattacks On U.S. Healthcare SystemFederal agencies warned that cybercriminals are unleashing a major ransomware assault against the U.S. healthcare system. At least four U.S. hospitals have been hit this month
CA Lawmakers Approve $54.3 Billion Budget With No Cuts To Schools, HealthcareFacing an estimated $54.3 billion budget deficit because of the coronavirus, California lawmakers on Monday approved a state spending plan.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Expands Paid Leave For Frontline Healthcare WorkersSan Francisco's Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously passed emergency legislation to immediately provide two more weeks of paid leave for the city's healthcare workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Quarantine Is The Time To Handle Financial Planning You've Been Putting Off, Expert SaysWith many of us spending so much extra time at home, financial experts say it's the perfect time to handle financial planning tasks we may have been putting off.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Clara County Offers To Pay $1,000 For Old, Used VentilatorsLeaders of Santa Clara County, the Bay Area county hit hardest by coronavirus, are willing to pay a bounty of $1,000 to anyone who can provide a used or old ventilator.
Health Expert Says California's Aggressive Orders May Spare Healthcare System When Coronavirus PeaksTaryn Vian, public health professor at USF, says California's early and aggressive shelter-in-place orders may help spare the state's healthcare system from running out of hospital beds during the projected peak of the coronavirus.
Mountain View Children's Theater Company Makes Masks For Health WorkersWith health officials now urging people to wear masks in public, the costume department of a Mountain View children's theater company is using its skills to sew masks for medical personnel.
Coronavirus Healthcare: Seton Medical Center Nurses Plead For More PPEAcross the Bay Area, state and nation, the plea is the same from nurses and frontline healthcare workers: there is not enough personal protective equipment.
Desperate For Protective Equipment, Seton Medical Center Nurses Plan Thursday ProtestNurses at Seton Medical Center in Daly City are planning a protest at noon Thursday because they say they are critically low on personal protective equipment (PPE).
SF Dentists Brave Highest Risk Of COVID-19 Contamination To Treat Emergency PatientsWhen California banned all non-urgent medical procedures, a lot of dentist offices closed down. Still, a few stayed open to handle emergencies and it turns out they’re some of the highest risk healthcare workers in the country.
Coronavirus: San Francisco Educators, Supervisor Encourage Nightly Applause For Frontline WorkersThe United Educators of San Francisco (UESF) and a city supervisor are asking residents to show loud support for all workers on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic with a nightly applause around the city.
Signups Rise For Covered California After State Requires Coverage, Enhances SubsidiesCalifornia has reversed several years of slipping sign ups on its Affordable Care Act exchange.