COVID: With 71% Of San Franciscans Fully Vaccinated, SFDPH Launches Campaign To Reach HoldoutsAlthough San Francisco continues to have one of the highest COVID-19 vaccination rates across the U.S., the city's Department of Public Health is hoping a new multimedia campaign will reach those who still haven't been vaccinated.
San Francisco Schools, Health Officials Taking Extra Precautions Amid COVID Delta SurgeWith all San Francisco public schools reopening their doors in less than two weeks -- some for the first time in a year and a half -- school district and city health officials said this week they're taking extra precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
San Francisco's House of Prime Rib Voluntarily Closes for Food Borne Illness InvestigationThe Department of Public Health in San Francisco on Thursday confirmed that the House of Prime Rib has voluntarily shut down for an investigation into complaints of alleged food-borne illness at the popular restaurant.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Rejects Golden State Warriors Plan To Bring Fans Back To Chase CenterA plan proposed by the Golden State Warriors to bring fans back to the Chase Center in San Francisco when the next NBA season starts in December was rejected Wednesday.
San Francisco Nurses Sue Department Of Public Health Over Understaffing, Unpaid OTNurses employed by the city of San Francisco on Thursday announced they've filed a lawsuit against the city's Department of Public Health, accusing the department of violating federal labor laws.
San Francisco Launches Online Interactive Tool To Help Parents Track School ReopeningsA new online, interactive tool with real-time information launched Tuesday to help parents and administrators track the growing number San Francisco schools applying to resume in-person learning.
Coronavirus Outbreak: 67 Cases Of COVID-19 At Assisted Living Facility In San FranciscoSan Francisco Health Director Dr. Grant Colfax on Monday confirmed 67 cases of the coronavirus at a private assisted living facility in the city's Western Addition neighborhood.
14 New Coronavirus Cases Reported in San Francisco, South BaySix San Francisco residents have tested positive for the novel coronavirus COVID-19, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the city to eight. In the South Bay, 8 new cases were confirmed by health officials on Saturday afternoon.
Protesters Shut Down San Francisco Health Commission Meeting Over 'ARF' Psychiatric BedsA loud protest over psychiatric beds shut down a Health Commission meeting in San Francisco on Tuesday. About 100 demonstrators shouted down commission members as they tried to call the meeting to order.
San Francisco Health Officials Warn Of Possible Measles ExposureOfficials with the San Francisco Department of Public Health on Tuesday issued a notification regarding possible measles exposure from a contagious person who spent time in the city last week.
Report: SF Has High Rate Of 'Food Insecurity' Despite Increased SpendingIn 2013, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors pledged to end hunger by 2020, but a new report by the SF Department of Public Health shows that the issue has only gotten worse, despite an increase in funding.