Coronavirus Update: 2 New Deaths, More Cases Reported At Hayward, Castro Valley Nursing HomesAlameda County health officials on Friday reported new coronavirus cases and deaths from two nursing homes that have been heavily impacted by the outbreak and where owners have been cited for previous violations.
Coronavirus Update: Mayor Breed Says 70 Test Positive For COVID-19 At San Francisco ShelterMayor London Breed on Friday said that a homeless shelter south of Market is being converted to a medical facility after 70 people there tested positive for coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: New Outbreak Reported At San Jose Nursing Home; 27 People InfectedOfficials at a San Jose nursing home on Thursday confirmed a new COVID-19 outbreak that has infected 27 people, including half of the facility's long-term residents.
5 Residents At Pacifica Nursing Home Test Positive For COVID-19; 1 Patient DeadAnother Bay Area nursing home was impacted by the coronavirus outbreak as five people at the Pacifica Nursing Rehab Center tested positive for COVID-19. One of the patients has died.
Newsom Issues Statewide Moratorium On Evictions Until May 31 Due To Coronavirus OutbreakGov. Gavin Newsom on Friday issued an executive order temporarily banning eviction of renters statewide due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
San Francisco Police Warn Of Coronavirus-Related ScamsThe San Francisco Police Department is warning the public about reports they've received regarding a variety of scams related to the coronavirus outbreak.
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: 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.
Contra Costa Superior Court Closed Temporarily Due To CoronavirusThe Contra Costa County Superior Court will be temporarily closed at all locations through the end of March due to the coronavirus outbreak, officials said Friday.
San Francisco To Operate Libraries, Rec Facilities As Emergency Child Care CentersThe city of San Francisco will start converting public libraries and indoor recreation facilities into emergency care centers for children and parents impacted by the coronavirus outbreak, Mayor London Breed's office said Friday.
Bay Area Catholic Bishops Lift Mass Obligations For Seniors, Tell Ill Parishioners To Stay HomeCatholic Church officials in the Bay Area have urged the faithful to stay home if they are ill amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
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.