COVID Reopening: Marin and San Mateo Counties Move into Red Tier; San Francisco Still in PurpleThe California Department of Public Health updated the state's COVID-19 tier map Tuesday, showing that both Marin and San Mateo counties had moved into the less restrictive red tier.
COVID-19 Reopening: Marin County Officials Reveal What Will Be Reopened Under Purple TierHours after state health officials lifted a restrictive stay-at-home order, Marin County's public health director released a list of businesses that will be allowed to reopen in the county under the Purple Tier.
COVID Restrictions: Newsom Announces Regional Stay-At-Home Order For Areas With Low ICU CapacityOn the heels of a record day of new COVID cases, Gov. Gavin Newsom Thursday announced a new regional stay-at-home order tied to the ICU rates in a given region that will require many businesses to shut down.
COVID Purple Tier: Santa Clara County Hospitals 'Are Prepared For A Very Dark Winter' On the front lines of the battle against the COVID-19 in Santa Clara County, the signs are not encouraging. Hospital beds are filling up as a surge in new cases continue to climb.
Purple Tier COVID Roundup: Newsom's Dire Warning; 49ers Become Road Warriors; Vaccines By Mid-December With a surge in coronavirus cases, the information you need to know is coming fast and furious. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 24 hours.
COVID Purple Tier: Newsom Warns Surging Cases Could Overwhelm State's ICU Capacity By ChristmasWith new COVID cases continuing to surge across California, Gov. Gavin Newsom delivered a somber prediction Monday that by Christmas the state could run out of beds in ICU units needed to take care of those most critically ill with the coronavirus, flu and and other life-threatening illnesses.
San Francisco Bay Area COVID Roundup: Chinatown's COVID Fiscal Woes; Moderna Will Seek Vaccine Approval; Virtual SF Nutcracker Marches On With a surge in coronavirus cases, the information you need to know is coming fast and furious. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 24 hours.
COVID Purple Tier: San Francisco Businesses Prepare For Restrictive Purple TierSaturday nights are some of the busiest for Tony's Pizza Napoletana in North Beach. That will likely change when San Francisco moves back to the Purple Tier.
San Francisco Bay Area COVID Roundup: San Francisco, San Mateo County Move Into Purple Tier; Santa Clara Unveils Tougher Restrictions With a surge in coronavirus cases, the information you need to know is coming fast and furious. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 24 hours.
COVID-19 Curfew: Law Enforcement, Medical Experts Assess Efficacy, ImplementationAfter the first weekend of the COVID-19 curfew, law enforcement and medical community were assessing how it went.
COVID Surge: Colfax Warns San Francisco Edging Towards Purple Tier And State-Mandated CurfewPublic Health Director Dr. Grant Colfax on Friday warned that the latest spike in COVID-19 cases is edging San Francisco towards the purple tier, where the city could end up by Sunday.
COVID Curfew: Some Alameda County Residents Skeptical About New Stay-At-Home Order ImpactIn Alameda County, many residents were wondering Thursday how the new stay-at-home order announced by state health officials would really help the curb the spread of COVID-19.
Update COVID Curfew: California To Impose Stay-At-Home Order For Counties In Purple TierCalifornia is imposing an limited stay-at-home order for all counties in the state's Purple Tier of coronavirus infection level as new daily COVID-19 cases are climbing to the highest levels since the beginning of the pandemic.
COVID Surge: Local Businesses Express Frustration Over Coronavirus ShutdownAs COVID case rates continue to surge across the Bay Area and the state, some North Bay businesses feel they are taking an unnecessary hit.
COVID In Alameda: Alameda Gym May Not Survive Second Shutdown As County Drops To Purple TierMariner Square Athletic Club in Alameda was hoping to celebrate its 40th anniversary next February. Over the last six weeks, they saw signs of hope the business can survive, until this latest blow.