Majority Of CoCo County Residents Testing Positive For COVID-19 Under 50As more Contra Costa County residents are being tested for the coronavirus, it has become clearer that an increasing proportion of those who test positive are young, between 20 and 50 years old, county health officials said Tuesday.
San Quentin Coronavirus Outbreak Explodes; 151 Inmates InfectedA coronavirus outbreak at San Quentin State Prison continues to grow Saturday, with more inmates and prison staff testing positive with COVID-19.
UCSF Study: Economics Played Role In San Francisco Mission District COVID-19 Cases A mass COVID-19 testing program targeting San Francisco's Mission District, among the city's hardest hit neighborhoods by the virus, has found that economics played a role in the spread of the disease, according to UC San Francisco researchers.
Activists, Inmates Call For Action Amid San Quentin COVID-19 OutbreakActivists, prisoners and their families on Tuesday were demanding action to stop what they are calling a brewing public health crisis at San Quentin State Prison due to COVID-19.
Stanford Study Finds Self-Swabbing COVID-19 Tests Are Safe And AccurateA Stanford research study released Friday has concluded that people can be taught to do their own COVID-19 nasal swabs, limiting the exposure of health care workers and the use of protective equipment.
Santa Clara County Orders All Large Health Care Providers To Offer Free COVID-19 TestingSanta Clara County ordered on Wednesday all large healthcare systems in the county to provide free coronavirus testing for all patients in high-risk categories, including people who regularly ride mass transit.
Gov. Newsom Believes Pace Of Reopening State Rests With COVID-19 TestingFrom the earliest days of California's COVID-19 outbreak, Gov. Gavin Newsom has believed the key to a successful return to a new normal level of everyday life rested on the ability to provide large scale testing within the state.From the earliest days of California's COVID-19 outbreak, Gov. Gavin Newsom has believed the key to a successful return to a new normal level of everyday life rested on the ability to provide large scale testing within the state.
San Francisco Launches Large Scale COVID-19 Testing In Hunters Point, Visitacion Valley And Sunnydale Health officials, alarmed by a significant uptick in COVID-19 cases in San Francisco's Bayview/Hunters Point neighborhood, announced Friday the launch of a wide-scale testing program for residents who live in the area.
Coronavirus: Between Infection Rates Or Hospitalizations, Which Data Paints Most Accurate Picture?When it comes to coronavirus infection rates versus hospitalization numbers, health officials must determine which data paints the most accurate picture.
Technical Glitches With Website Hamper Santa Clara County COVID-19 TestingAs Santa Clara County launched a new campaign to provide expanded access to coronavirus testing Friday, technical problems with the county's website prevented countless residents from making appointments online.
Monterey COVID-19 Test Site Closing Temporarily After Running Out Of SuppliesThe coronavirus testing site at Monterey Peninsula College will be closed Thursday because it has run out of supplies, Monterey County officials said Wednesday.
KPIX 5 Reporter Juliette Goodrich Gets Coronavirus Test In PleasantonThe Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton is the county's only site where residents don't need an appointment to get tested.
Speaker Pelosi Unveils $3 Trillion COVID-19 Aid Package For States, Cities, Workers, Individuals, USPSHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled a more than $3 trillion coronavirus aid package Tuesday, a sweeping effort with $1 trillion for states and cities, “hazard pay” for essential workers and a new round of cash payments to individuals.
Coronavirus Update: Contra Costa County Seeks Contact Tracing VolunteersContra Costa County health officials are seeking volunteers to be "contact tracers" to research the connections between people who have tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus and others who may have potentially been infected.
Coronavirus Update: Reopening San Francisco Bay Area Becomes A Numbers GameFor weeks, data has been the mantra of state, county and city leadership trying to explain when California can move in to Phases 2 and 3 of coronavirus response.