San Francisco Restaurants Rebounding From Months Of COVID-19 ShutdownsThere was a comfortable level of normalcy along San Francisco's waterfront Saturday evening. It was a balmy night and diners were nestled inside restaurants and on patios enjoying the evening.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Allows Children To Return To City's PlaygroundsMayor London Breed and other San Francisco officials on Wednesday announced that the city's outdoor playgrounds have reopened for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reopening: Some East Bay Parents Rally For In-Person Classes; Experts Urge Slow TransitionAs some Bay Area counties move towards the less restrictive Orange Tier in the state's reopening plan, some families are pushing for in-person learning to resume.
COVID-19 Reopening: Alameda, Santa Clara Counties Move Into Orange TierAlameda County and Santa Clara County have moved into the less restrictive Orange Tier under the state's COVID-19 reopening framework on Tuesday, health officials said.
COVID-19 Reopening: Contra Costa Officials Say Move To Orange Tier, Reduced Restrictions Expected Soon
Reopenings: San Francisco Ban On Concessions Keeping Some Movie Theaters ShutteredBay Area movie theatres started reopening last month after being shut down since mid-March because of COVID-19 restrictions. But that hasn't been the case for many San Francisco theaters.
Alameda County Reopening: Gyms, Personal Care Services Back In Business IndoorsAlameda County gave the green light to reopen additional business sectors Friday, including indoor services such as gyms, personal care services, museums and libraries.
Berkeley School Board Approves Small In-Person Elementary Cohorts; Wider Reopening December Or LaterThe Berkeley Unified School District approved plans to allow in-person learning for limited number of elementary school students facing learning challenges. Meanwhile, a broader reopening would not begin until December at the earliest.
Bay Area Counties Fall Short Of New CA Health Equity Metric Aimed At Most Vulnerable CommunitiesFour Bay Area counties fell short of the California Health Equity Metric that requires them to make sure the number the COVID-19 positive results decreases in their most vulnerable communities.
COVID Reopenings: Second Wave Of COVID-19 Would Be Devastating For Bay Area Businesses Business owner Sam Malouf has ridden the COVID-19 economic rollercoaster since March and now the threat of a second major wave of the disease has sent a cold shiver through his body.
Reopenings: Santa Clara County To Allow For Limited Indoor Dining, Gatherings In Orange TierSanta Clara County officials announced changes to its health orders that could soon pave the way for limited indoor dining and gatherings once the county moves into the Orange Tier of reopening.