Coronavirus Death Toll Passes 15,000 in California; Nearly 200,000 NationwideCalifornia’s death count from the coronavirus surpassed 15,000 on Sunday even as the state saw widespread improvement in infection levels.
Coronavirus Found in Yosemite National Park SewageTests of untreated waste water from Yosemite National Park have confirmed the presence of coronavirus and the recently-reopened park is cutting the number of vehicle passes in half.
Private Health Provider Offers Quick Coronavirus Testing at Bay Area Parking LotsWidespread virus testing is one of the keys to reopening the country but there is still no organized effort to do that so entrepreneurs are stepping in to meet that need.
Stanford Study Indicates COVID-19 Cases Far More Widespread Than ReportedStanford University researchers on Friday announced startling new results from a study which indicates Santa Clara County residents may have been infected 50 to 85 times more than the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in early April.
2 San Mateo County Sheriff's Office Employees Test Positive for COVID-19Two employees at the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the sheriff's office said Saturday.
Bay Area Counties Get Tough on Stay-at-Home Order EvadersWith Easter weekend fast approaching, Bay Area counties are cracking down on shelter-at-home violators.
Coronavirus At The Beach? In The Surf? In The Breeze? It's ComplicatedIs the risk that coronavirus, carried to sea in wastewater, may be kicked up by the breaking surf to infect beachgoers worth worrying about? Probably not. As for those beachgoers, don't rely on 6 feet of separation -- keep your face covered.
Report: Santa Rosa Navy Captain Ousted for Leaked Memo Tests Positive for CoronavirusSanta Rosa native Capt. Brett Crozier, removed from command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt last week after warning that action was needed to save the lives of his crew from a coronavirus outbreak, has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a widely-circulated report on Sunday.
Laguna Honda Hospital in San Francisco Records 14th COVID-19 CaseThe number of confirmed novel coronavirus cases as of Sunday at Laguna Honda Hospital stands at 14.
Grand Princess Crew Quarantine Ends, Ship to Depart San Francisco Bay Next WeekQuarantine over, the Grand Princess will dock temporarily at the Port of San Francisco to stock up on provisions early next week. The cruise line is still working out a plan on where it will go next.
How California Has Led the Nation in Curbing Coronavirus OutbreakIn the first week of March, California and New York had about the same number of coronavirus cases. One month later, New York has almost ten times the number of cases as the Golden State. What accounts for the difference?
Coronavirus Quarantines Beset Cruise Ship Passengers and Crew on East and West CoastsUnions and community groups representing Filipino and South Asian crew members of the Grand Princess cruise ship, now confined in San Francisco Bay, demanded the cruise company do more to protect the workers, as a 14-day quarantine ends on Saturday.
Corona Beer Halts Production, Marketing During Coronavirus PandemicProduction of Corona beer is being temporarily suspended in Mexico because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Bay Area Health Officials Advise All to Wear Face Coverings in PublicWhile the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is still expected to revise guidelines and advise all Americans to wear face coverings when outside their homes, Bay Area public health departments made that decision Thursday
New Study From China Suggests Cats, Not Dogs, Can Catch COVID-19A newly-hatched study out of China -- so raw that it has not yet been peer-reviewed -- has some disturbing news for cat lovers: our feline friends appear to be susceptible to catching COVID-19 under some conditions.