COVID Reopening: California To Drop Social Distancing Requirements When State Fully Reopens In JuneCalifornia’s top health official said Friday that the state no longer will require social distancing and will allow full capacity for businesses when the state reopens on June 15.
COVID Schools: UC Berkeley To Start In-Person Fall 2021 Classes On Time; Urge Students To Get VaccinatedThe University of California at Berkeley announced that in-person classes for the Fall 2021 semester will start on time, urging students, staff and faculty to be fully vaccinated before then.
COVID Reopening: Cal/OSHA Delays Debate On Lifting Virus Rules For WorkersCalifornia workforce regulators will aim for a mid-June easing of workplace masking and social distancing requirements to conform with a broader state order, asking to delay a debate Thursday on how quickly they should drop coronavirus safety rules.
COVID: San Francisco Further Loosens Restrictions In Anticipation Of Full Reopening - 'We Are In The Homestretch'As California looks to fully reopen the economy next month, health officials in San Francisco are further loosening COVID-19 restrictions on Thursday.
COVID: Santa Clara County Restaurants Happy About Reduced Restrictions of Yellow TierSanta Clara County on Wednesday morning became the third Bay Area county to enter the least-restrictive Yellow Tier, with many restaurant owners breathing a sigh of relief at being able to increase their indoor capacity.
COVID Reopening: Santa Clara County Latest To Enter Least-Restrictive Yellow TierSanta Clara County on Tuesday became the third county in the Bay Area to enter the least-restrictive Yellow Tier under the state's COVID-19 reopening plan.
COVID: Contra Costa Expects To Stay In Orange Tier Until Mid-June; Hospitalizations Up Among UnvaccinatedContra Costa County will likely remain in the state's orange tier of COVID-19 restrictions until June 15, when California will lift restrictions statewide, health officials told the county Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
COVID Reopening: San Mateo County Returns to Yellow Tier; Bars To Resume Indoor ServiceSan Mateo County on Tuesday became the second county in the Bay Area to return to the less restrictive COVID Yellow Tier, according to California health officials.
COVID Recovery: Bay Area Restaurants Struggle To Hire Staff Ahead Of Likely Big Mother's Day WeekendAhead of what is expected to be a big Mother's Day weekend for restaurants in the Bay Area, likely the biggest since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many establishments are struggling to find workers.
COVID Tourism: 3 Vegas Casinos Fully Opening After 80% Worker VaccinationsSome Las Vegas Strip casinos have been allowed to open at 100% capacity, officials said Tuesday, after showing Nevada state regulators that at least 80% of their employees have received at least one shot of coronavirus vaccine.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Officially Moves To Yellow TierSan Francisco on Tuesday became the first county in the Bay Area to return to the less restrictive COVID Yellow Tier, according to California health officials.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Symphony Increases Capacity For Concerts To 35%, Up To 50% In Yellow TierThe San Francisco Symphony announced that they have been allowed to increase capacity for upcoming events, as the symphony is set to hold its first concert with patrons in attendance in over a year.
COVID: As Bay Area Workplaces Reopen, Return To Offices Already Posing Legal QuestionsAs offices in the Bay Area and across the country reopen, the return to workplaces a year after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic is already posing some legal questions.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Health Officials Say City Should Reach Yellow Tier Next WeekHealth officials in San Francisco on Friday announced that it appeared likely the city would move into the state's least restrictive Yellow Tier next week.
COVID Schools: West Contra Costa Unified Board Approves Resuming 100% In-Person Learning In FallAfter reopening classrooms to in-person learning last week, the West Contra Costa Unified School District Board of Trustees voted to resume 100% in-person learning starting this fall.