A high-end steakhouse in the East Bay was forced to lay off dozens of workers due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the kitchen remains hard at work catering to police and fire dispatchers working in isolation. Don Ford reports. (3-31-2020)

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After Layoffs, East Bay Steakhouse Caters To First Responders Working In IsolationA high-end steakhouse in the East Bay was forced to lay off dozens of workers due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the kitchen remains hard at work catering to police and fire dispatchers working in isolation. Don Ford reports. (3-31-2020)
SF Dentists Court Risk Of COVID-19 Contamination To Treat Emergency PatientsWhen California banned all non-urgent medical procedures, a lot of dental offices closed down. But as John Ramos reports, a few stayed open to handle dental emergencies, even though they are some of the highest risk healthcare workers in the country.
Bay Area Health Officials Extend And Expand COVID-19 Shelter-In-Place OrderDevin Fehely reports on changes in the new extended shelter-in-place order to reduce the spread of coronavirus (3-31-2020)
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US Open Stadium Converted To Hospital As New York State Coronavirus Cases Keep SurgingWith more than 75,000 coronavirus cases in New York state, the home of the US Open is being converted into a field hospital to ease the strain on the healthcare system. CBS News' Elise Preston reports. (3-31-2020)
California Unveils Hotline To Keep Seniors Connected During nCoronavirus Shelter-In-PlaceCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom Tuesday announced the launch of an initiative for older residents to stay connected while staying at home during the coronavirus public health emergency. Andria Borba reports. (3/30/20)
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RAW: Santa Clara County Officials Discuss Extending Stay-At-Home Order Until May 3Santa Clara County Public Health Director Dr. Sara Cody and others talk about extension of current stay-at-home order until May 3 (3-31-2020)
Gov. Newsom Announces Intitiative To Help Seniors Stay Connected During Coronavirus Sheltering OrderCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom Tuesday announced the launch of an initiative for older residents to stay connected while staying at home during the coronavirus public health emergency. Senior hotline is (833) 544-2374. (3/31/20)
Tuesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeOn Tuesday, expect partly cloudy skies, with highs near seasonal averages. The rest of the work week should remain dry, but rain is expected to return this weekend. Mary Lee has the forecast. (3/31/20)
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California Homeowners Wonder How To Pay Mortgage As Renters Withhold Payments Amid Coronavirus ShelteringMore than one million Californians have already filed for unemployment amid the coronavirus shelter-in-place order. That massive loss of income has many wondering how to pay bills that are due next week. Susie Steimle reports. (3-30-2020)
Santa Clara County DA Warns Hate Crimes Not Tolerated As Attacks Against Asians RiseThe Santa Clara County District Attorney's new PSA promises to prosecute those who commit coronavirus-related discrimination in a time when an alarming number of Asians and Asian Americans across the country are being yelled at, spit on and attacked. Betty Yu reports. (3-30-2020)
Using Robots, UC Berkeley Lab May Soon Complete 1,000 COVID-19 Tests A DayResearchers say this is a critical time in our history and traditional methods of conducting tests are not going to cut it. That’s why a lab using robots at UC Berkeley may provide the testing needed to get a handle on the coronavirus pandemic. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-30-2020)
SF Residents 'Get Loud For Heroes' Of Coronavirus Pandemic; Newsom Calls For Healthcare WorkersAs coronavirus cases continue to increase in California, so does the need for healthcare workers. Governor Gavin Newsom put out an emergency call for them on Monday. Also, San Francisco got loud for the workers on the frontlines of the pandemic. Joe Vazquez reports. (3-30-2020)
SF Residents 'Get Loud For Heroes' Of Coronavirus Pandemic; Newsom Calls For Healthcare WorkersAs coronavirus cases continue to increase in California, so does the need for healthcare workers. Governor Gavin Newsom put out an emergency call for them on Monday. Also, San Francisco got loud for the workers on the frontlines of the pandemic. Joe Vazquez reports. (3-30-2020)
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Teachers, Students Embrace Technological Challenges As Coronavirus Sheltering Shifts Learning OnlineTeachers in a South San Jose school district have developed some creative strategies to bridge the technological divide as they scramble to shift from classroom to online learning. Devin Fehely reports.. (3/30/20)
Oakland Sets Up Coliseum-Area Hotels To House Homeless With COVID-19John Ramos reports on two hotels near the Oakland Coliseum being set up to house homeless coronavirus patients (3-30-2020)

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