Coronavirus Update: 2nd SFPD Officer, Work Partner Of SVU Sergeant, Tests PositiveA second San Francisco police officer assigned to the Special Victims Unit has tested positive for coronavirus, SFPD said Wednesday. The individual was the partner of the first officer who was confirmed infected on Tuesday.
Gate Worker At Oakland International Airport Tests Positive For CoronavirusA gate agent who recently at Oakland International Airport has tested positive for coronavirus, airport officials said Wednesday.
San Jose FoodMaxx Store Temporarily Closed After Employee Dies From CoronavirusA FoodMaxx grocery store in San Jose is temporarily closed following the death of an employee who contracted COVID-19, store officials said Monday.
Stanford Health Expert Agrees Coronavirus Is Spreading Fast But Questions Governor's ProjectionsGov. Gavin Newsom imposed a statewide shelter-in-place order to combat the spread of COVID-19 but one local health expert wondered how the governor came up with the numbers he quoted in his projections.
'Plenty To Do'; Health Expert Says More Must Be Done To Truly Slow CoronavirusAfter the second full day of the shelter-in-place order in each Bay Area county, some health experts question whether the efforts are enough.
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Newsom Places California National Guard On AlertGovernor Gavin Newsom on Tuesday placed the California National Guard on alert to prepare to potentially protect local communities in fighting the spread of COVID-19.
Verily Sets Up Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Sites In Santa Clara, San Mateo CountiesMobile drive-thru coronavirus testing is ramping up in the Bay Area, albeit slowly and selectively. Two sites, one at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds and the other at the San Mateo County Event Center, are invitation-only, operated by Verily Life Sciences.
Stanford Researchers Hope To Soon Conduct Over 1,000 Coronavirus Tests DailyStanford researchers are hoping that they'll soon be able to conduct around 1,000 coronavirus tests daily to provide to patients and hospitals in the Bay Area and beyond.
Coronavirus Update: San Mateo County Reports Rise In COVID-19 Cases To 64Officials with San Mateo County Health confirmed Tuesday that the number of coronavirus cases in the county had risen to 64.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Cruz County Joins Bay Area By Ordering Shelter-In-PlaceSanta Cruz County is joining six neighboring Bay Area counties in ordering residents to shelter in place effective at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday and lasting until midnight on April 7 to help restrict the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: CDC Says All Gatherings Of 50+ In U.S. Should Be Postponed, CancelledThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending all in-person events of 50 people or more nationwide be cancelled or postponed to promote the practice of social distancing to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: San Mateo County Confirms First Coronavirus Death; State Toll At 6Health officials in San Mateo County on Sunday confirmed the county's first coronavirus death, raising the death toll for the state of California to six.
Health Officials Confirm 2nd Coronavirus Death In Santa Clara CountyHealth officials in the South Bay early Friday evening confirmed the second coronavirus death in Santa Clara County.
Doctors Say Be Aware Of Key Coronavirus Symptoms: Shortness Of Breath, Cough, FeverDoctors are urging people to pay extra close attention to some key symptoms that might help determine if someone is at risk of having contracted the coronavirus versus a common cold or flu.
4 New Coronavirus Cases In Alameda County; 1st Cases Of Community TransmissionAlameda County health officials confirmed four new positive cases of coronavirus on Friday, two of which are the first reported incidences of community transmission in the county.