COVID Christmas Without Sister Will Be Lonely For Teen Battling Leukemia At Stanford Children'sFor children who are spending Christmas in the hospital, the pandemic brings a new struggle. They’re not able to have family come visit.
COVID Surge: San Francisco Case Numbers Still Spiking; City Orders Mandatory Quarantine For TravelersSan Francisco Director of Health Dr. Grant Colfax on Thursday provided a grim update to the city's still spiking COVID-19 case rates as well as announcing a mandatory 10-day quarantine for anyone traveling from outside of the city.
COVID Backlash: Critics Don't Believe Science Supports Bay Area's Latest Stay Home OrderThe latest pandemic restrictions in the Bay Area are under heavy criticism from some who don't believe health officials are adequately following the science.
COVID Restrictions: New California Stay-at-Home Order Inflames Anti-Vax ProtestersAbout 30 people gathered outside San Jose's administration building Thursday to protest the latest state and county restrictions being announced regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID Purple Tier: Santa Clara County Issues Over $115K In COVID Compliance Fines During Holiday WeekendSanta Clara County issued more than $115,000 in fines over the weekend to businesses failing to comply with local COVID-19 health guidelines, county officials said.
COVID Purple Tier: Stanford Football Heads To Northwest Due To County COVID RestrictionsThe Stanford football team is headed to the Northwest to prepare for its next two games due to county COVID health restrictions, team officials announced Tuesday.
COVID Surge: Newsom Sounds Alarm As Case Numbers Skyrocket; All Bay Area Counties Move Back Multiple TiersGov. Gavin Newsom on Monday announced that state health officials are "pulling an emergency brake" on California's COVID-19 pandemic response, increasing restrictions in 40 counties including the entire Bay Area as the state's daily cases doubled over the past 10 days.
COVID Restrictions: Santa Clara County Reminds Residents, Businesses Of Guidance ComplianceSanta Clara County health officials reminded residents and businesses Wednesday of the importance of complying with local guidance to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus after a countywide spike in cases in recent days.
Supervisor Invites Controversial San Francisco Salon Owner To Open In Placer CountyA Northern California supervisor has sent an open letter to the San Francisco salon owner at the center of a recent controversial visit involving House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, urging the businesswoman to set up shop in Placer County.
Contra Costa County Aligns With COVID-19 State Guidelines, Eases RestrictionsContra Costa County Health officials have decided to align the county guidelines with the state, effectively doing away with any local restrictions.
Tearful San Francisco Salon Owner Denies Setting Up PelosiThe owner of the San Francisco salon that hosted a visit from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi earlier this week on Thursday gave an emotional denial that she set Pelosi up, despite having provided the surveillance video that prompted the controversy.
Stylist Backs Up Pelosi's Claim San Francisco Salon Visit Was A Set UpHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday spoke out about the controversy surrounding her recent indoor visit to a San Francisco hair salon, calling the incident "a set up."
Speaker Pelosi Criticized After Video Of Indoor Visit To San Francisco Salon SurfacesSpeaker of the House Nancy Pelosi faced some criticism Tuesday after video surfaced of a nighttime indoor visit to a San Francisco salon that briefly showed her not wearing a mask.
COVID-19 Reopenings: Mayor Breed Set For Mid-September Relaunch Of San Francisco's Tourism IndustryMayor London Breed implored San Francisco residents Tuesday to cancel any large gatherings planned for the upcoming Labor Day weekend as the city was still in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and a post-holiday surge of new cases will derail plans to reopen key businesses and schools.
Sonoma County To Allow Winery, Brewery Tasting Rooms To Reopen Without Serving FoodHealth officials in Sonoma County announced Wednesday that tasting rooms for wineries and breweries in the county will be able to operate again without a requirement to serve food at the same time starting Friday.