COVID: Labor Shortages Loom As Reopening Bay Area Businesses Try To Rehire Former WorkersLabor analysts warn that California may be faced with a looming labor shortage as the state races to reopen more and more of its economy that was shut down over the past year.
COVID Reopening: Contra Costa County Aims For Orange Tier In Early AprilPublic health officials told the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday they're aiming to have the county move into the less-restrictive orange tier of the state's reopening plan by April 7.
Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: San Francisco, Santa Clara Counties Prepare For Move To Orange; Judge Asked To Force SF School ReopeningIt's been a year since the historic COVID-19 shutdown and the battle with the virus is still impacting our daily lives. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 48 hours.
COVID: South Bay Businesses Ready To Reopen As More Counties Move To Orange TierThree more Bay Area counties are expected to enter the less restrictive Orange Tier this week, allowing at least one business sector to reopen for the first time since the pandemic began.
Update: San Francisco City Attorney Herrera Asks Superior Court to Order Schools to ReopenCity Attorney Dennis Herrera on Monday asked San Francisco's Superior Court to order the city's school district to commence in-person instruction at all schools by the end of April.
COVID Schools: San Jose's East Side Union High School District To Resume In-Person Learning In AprilOfficials with the East Side Union High School District in San Jose announced schools would resume in-person learning next month, after more than a year of distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: Cheerleaders Return To Sidelines; Trump COVID Tweet Linked To Asian-American AttacksIt's been a year since the historic COVID-19 shutdown and the battle with the virus is still impacting our daily lives. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 48 hours.
COVID Reopening: Six Flags Discovery Kingdom In Vallejo To Open At Reduced Capacity In AprilReopening for members and season pass holders will be April 1 and 2, with general public reopening April 3.
Gov. Gavin Newsom Admits Mistakes During 1st Reopening In Interview - 'Could Have Done A Much Better Job'California Gov. Gavin Newsom acknowledged mistakes in communicating with the public last year before the first loosening of coronavirus restrictions led to an early summer spike in cases.
Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: Gatherings Small On St. Patrick's Day; South African Variant In Santa Clara; Key Deadline In Newsom Recall EffortIt's been a year since the historic COVID-19 shutdown and the battle with the virus is still impacting our daily lives. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 24 hours.
COVID: SFUSD To Allow Outdoor High School Sports Practices, Games Starting April 12The San Francisco Unified School District will allow high school students to resume practices and games in multiple extracurricular sports next month, the district announced Wednesday.
Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: Newsom Calls Recall 'A Sideshow'; Health Officials Reflect On A Year Of COVID; Tax Day Pandemic-Related QuestionsIt's been a year since the historic COVID-19 shutdown and the battle with the virus is still impacting our daily lives. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the last 24 hours.
Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: Dream Vacation Ends In COVID Tragedy; Vaccine Supply Shortage Slows Distribution; Newsom Launches Recall FightIt's been a year since the historic COVID-19 shutdown and the battle with the virus is still impacting our daily lives. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the weekend.
COVID: National Park Service Reopens Public Access To Alcatraz IslandSlowly San Francisco's famed tourist destinations are reopening after nearly a year of being shut down because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: Tourists Return To Alcatraz; San Francisco Expands COVID Vaccine Eligibility To HIV PatientsIt's been a year since the historic COVID-19 shutdown and the battle with the virus is still impacting our daily lives. Here's a roundup of the COVID stories we've published over the weekend.