COVID Reopening: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Rides To Open April 1; Reservations UrgedThe Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk is set to reopen select rides starting Thursday, April 1, the same day amusement parks in California are allowed to resume operations with limited capacity.
COVID: Officials Announced In-Person San Mateo County Fair In June After a year's hiatus due to the COVID-19 outbreak, San Mateo County officials announced Monday they plan on hold an in-person county fair in June.
COVID: San Francisco Cases Drop Dramatically; Health Experts Caution Against Letting Guard DownThe Embarcadero was noticeably busier Saturday night, in terms of car and foot traffic, than it was in weeks past. As the Bay Area opens up, California health officials don't want the region to experience another setback.
Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: Tears Of Relief Among Vaccinated; UCSF Explores Vaccination Immunity; Napa County Prepares For Move To OrangeIt'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: Napa Valley Wine Country Anticipates Possible Orange Tier Move - 'People Are Ready To Get Back'Napa County is set to enter California's Orange Tier of coronavirus restrictions as soon as April 1st. It will be a significant milestone for a part of the Bay Area that depends on a steady flow of visitors from far and wide.
COVID Reopening: Facebook Plans To Begin Opening Bay Area Offices At 10% Capacity In MayMore than a year after the COVID-19 pandemic forced Facebook employees to work from home, the company is set to reopen its Bay Area offices at limited capacity starting in May.
COVID Schools: Mount Diablo Unified Campuses Reopen; Plans For Full-Time In-Person Learning This FallOfficials with the Mount Diablo Unified School District announced Friday plans to offer full-time in-person instruction in the fall, as in-person learning resumes in the district.
Hopeful Signs As California Adds 141,000 Jobs In FebruaryCalifornia added 141,000 jobs in February as more than a quarter of a million people returned to the workforce, state officials announced Friday.
Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: Office Workers Returning To San Francisco; Post-Pandemic Labor Shortage; Guaranteed Income In OaklandIt'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: 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.