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.
Coronavirus Is Changing How We Interact SociallyThe coronavirus outbreak has changed the way we live and how we interact with others. It's even changing how we say "hello." 
Stanford Medical Expert Examines Social Distancing, Bell Curve Of Coronavirus EpidemicPast the point of containment, the best hope is to slow a virus down, or "flatten the curve." The idea is to keep the virus from spreading so quickly that it overwhelms our health care system's ability to treat the very sick.
Santa Clara County Confirms 3 New Coronavirus Cases, Bringing Total To 48Three new cases of coronavirus have been identified in Santa Clara County on Wednesday, bringing the total amount of cases to 48 in the county.
3 TSA Officers Test Positive For Coronavirus At Mineta San Jose Int'l AirportThree TSA agents who work at Mineta San Jose International Airport have tested positive for coronavirus, a TSA spokesperson said Tuesday.
Alameda Firefighter Diagnosed With CoronavirusA firefighter from the city of Alameda has been diagnosed with coronavirus and is being treated in another county, a city official said Tuesday.
Coronavirus Vs. Common Flu: UC Berkeley Public Health Professor Compares BothKPIX met with a UC Berkeley public health professor to discuss recent comparisons between COVID-19 and the common flu virus.
Coronavirus Affecting Church Traditions; East Bay Pastor Worries Easter Service In DoubtAll across the Bay Area on Sunday morning, people gathered at churches and places of worship. But amidst fear of the coronavirus, some of the usual traditions have been put aside.
San Jose Hospital Prepping 'Surge Tents' For Possible Influx Of Coronavirus CasesGood Samaritan Hospital in San Jose is prepping “surge tents” to handle a possible influx of coronavirus cases.
Nursing Facilities In Focus After Coronavirus Deaths In Washington StateThe coronavirus deaths in Washington State are bringing nursing home care into sharp focus, especially considering four of the six people who have died from the virus in the U.S. were patients at the Lifeland Center in Kirkland, Washington, a nursing facility.
Essential Supplies Run Low As Bay Area Coronavirus Cases IncreasePublic health departments across the Bay Area are warning that more cases of COVID-19 are expected, so now is the time to prepare for increased community spread.