Coronavirus Update: Palo Alto Issues Face Coverings RequirementPalo Alto residents are now required to wear face coverings in public following a City Council decision Monday and an emergency order by the city manager.
Chinese Manufacturer To Refund $247 Million To California For Masks After Missing Federal DeadlineCalifornia will be refunded $247 million it paid to a Chinese company under a major deal for protective masks after the company failed to meet a deadline for federal certification of the masks.
Manhunt For Masked Suspects In Armed Fremont Home Invasion RobberyFremont police were investigating an armed home invasion robbery in broad daylight, involving suspects wearing masks, on Tuesday.
Coronavirus Update: Uber Set To Require Face Coverings For Drivers, Riders NationwideUber plans to require drivers and riders to wear face masks or face coverings when using the platform in certain countries, including the United States.
Coronavirus Update: Major Changes Coming To Airline Industry For Travelers And Flight AttendantsJetBlue has become the first major US airline to require passengers to wear face coverings. Most airlines, including United, Delta and American require flight attendants wear masks. Other airlines have changed seating plans and food service.
Coronavirus Update: East Bay Regional Parks Visitors Urged To Wear Face Coverings, MasksThe East Bay Regional Park District on Friday asked parks visitors to wear face masks or other face coverings in accordance with the Bay Area's recent COVID-19-related face covering order.
Coronavirus Update: Face Coverings Now Required In San Francisco, Marin, Alameda, Contra Costa CountiesOfficials in San Francisco, Marin and Contra Costa counties have announced requirements to wear face coverings in public to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Fremont Requires Face Coverings For All At Essential BusinessesThe East Bay city of Fremont has issued an executive order requiring the wearing of face coverings for workers and customers at essential businesses due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Make Your Own Coronavirus Safety Mask On A Rainy WeekendWith showers predicted for the entire weekend, homebound San Francisco Bay Area residents may be looking for a diversion or two -- How about making your own safety mask.
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.
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).
Silicon Valley Nonprofit Making 3D Face Shields To Fill Urgent Need For Coronavirus Medical PPEInnovation is part of the fabric of the Bay Area, so when the medical community said that they were running low on their personal protective equipment, the Maker community, and all their 3D printers, came to the rescue.
Coronavirus Update: PG&E, Flexport Donate Critical Emergency Supplies For Healthcare WorkersMayor London Breed announced a critical donation of much-needed medical protective equipment for healthcare workers.