Emeryville-based Best Coast Burritos is rallying support for first responders by sending burritos to feed emergency staff in the East Bay. Andrea Nakano reports. (4-3-20)

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East Bay Restaurant Feeds Burritos to Emergency Workers on COVID-19 Front LineEmeryville-based Best Coast Burritos is rallying support for first responders by sending burritos to feed emergency staff in the East Bay. Andrea Nakano reports. (4-3-20)
Better Together: Mountain View Children's Theater Company Makes Masks for Health WorkersWith health officials now urging all of us to wear face coverings when we leave home, a children's theater company in Mountain View is showing we're all better together. Devin Fehely reports. (4-3-20)
Bay Area Residents Begin Complying With New Guidelines on Face CoveringsAfter weeks of keeping several feet distant from passersby now locals have a new requirement to adopt: covering their faces whenever they're outside. Andria Borba reports from San Francisco. (4-3-20)
East Bay Funeral Home Makes Memorial Services Memorable Despite Limit on Public GatheringsIn the grim new reality of the coronavirus pandemic, the way we grieve for our loved ones who have died has changed. Andrea Nakano reports. (4-2-20)
SF Supervisors Say City Lags in Moving Homeless From Shelters to Hotel RoomsSan Francisco Mayor London Breed said putting homeless people in hotel rooms during the coronavirus crisis is not proving as easy as it may seem. Joe Vazquez reports. (4-2-20)
San Jose Launches Online Map Tracking Silicon Valley Food Aid ResourcesThe city of San Jose has launched a new online map compiling more than 400 locations where food is distributed to needy families in Santa Clara County enduring hardships during the coronavirus pandemic. Kiet Do reports. (4-2-20)
Small Berkeley Business Retools Operations to Build PPEBetter Together: Don Ford visits a small, family-run business that developed a simple way to make much-needed face shields for health care workers. (4-2-20)
Contra Costa County to Convert Craneway Pavilion to Field Hospital for COVID-19 PatientsAs part of local emergency preparations, Contra Costa County officials are working with federal and state partners to convert the Craneway Pavilion in Richmond into a 250-bed medical station for COVID-19 patients. Wilson Walker reports. (4-2-20)
Corner Stores Offer Essential Supplies as Big Chains Struggle to Stay StockedNeighborhood corner stores have been a lifeline for people unable to find basics at their local big chain retailers. Don Ford reports. (3-26-20)
East Bay Catholic Church Offers Drive-Through ConfessionsOn Saturday afternoon, two priests at St. Augustine Church in Pleasanton saw parishioners at a first-of-its-kind drive-through confession. The church plans to keep up the practice on Saturdays during the COVID-19 lockdown. (3-21-20)
Bay Area Restaurateur Has Tips for Healthy Eating at HomeWhile the statewide stay-at-home order is in place, even our diets may have changed -- perhaps not for the better -- as we make fewer trips to the supermarket. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-20-20)
Tech Non-Profit Helps Get Computers to Students for Remote-Learning ClassesTech Exchange helps families in need get computers, Internet access and computer skills so students can continue their education as schools go virtual to cope with coronavirus. Don Ford reports. (3-20-20)
Jefferson Award Winner: Judi ShilsThis week's winner of the Jefferson Award is Judi Shils, Turning Green/Conscious Kitchen. Allen Martin reports. (3-20-20)
Coronavirus Separation Complicates Care for SF HomelessAs if dealing with homelessness in San Francisco wasn't difficult enough, the need to keep people separated makes sheltering the city's homeless population even more daunting. Wilson Walker reports. (3-20-20)
San Franciscans Struggle to Comply With New Shelter-at-Home OrderWhat are the rules for getting out and about during the stay-at-home order? Andria Borba breaks it down. (3-20-20)
San Francisco Steps Up Battle to Contain Coronavirus EpidemicThe city and all of its resources are now on their highest level of alert and Mayor Breed says this is a critical time in the fight to stop the spread of COVID-19. Andria Borba reports. (3-19-20)
South Bay Officials Say Tap Water Is Safe - Urge Residents Not to Hoard Bottled WaterStocking up on bottled water is not necessary. Len Ramirez reports. (3-19-20)
Combating Coronavirus: State Seeks Additional Hospital BedsKPIX 5's Wilson Walker takes a look at the potential locations and unique venues where sick people will be treated. (3-19-20)
South Bay Community Donations Rise in Battle Against CoronavirusSanta Clara Valley Medical Center called on the community to support care providers with donations of funds and supplies such as masks, protective goggles, disinfectant wipes, hand sanitizers, and infrared thermometers. Kiet Do reports. (3-19-20
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Newsom Announces Sweeping New Measures to Combat COVID-19 OutbreakGov. Gavin Newsom announced at a Sunday press conference that all bars, nightclubs, wineries et. al. would be closed; also that nursing home and hospital visits will be restricted to end-of-life visitation. (3-15-20)
South Bay Residents Grapple With Business Falloff as 'New Normal' in Coronavirus EraSanta Clara County is imposing restrictions on gatherings of 35 to 100 people, ensuring organizers have a six-foot distance between attendees, that they prevent the attendance of anyone with sickness, fever, or symptoms, and additional guidelines. Maria Medina reports. (3-13-20)
Oakland Schools, Libraries, Senior and Rec Centers Close as Community Hunkers DownWith public schools now closed in Oakland, city officials announced that they are also temporarily closing all public library locations and recreation centers starting Monday. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-13-20)
Oakland Unified to Provide Free Meals for Kids During Coronavirus ClosureWith just about every Bay Area school district shutting down, who is making sure kids who need school meals are getting to needy kids? Da Lin reports. (3-13-20)
Santa Clara County Bans All Gatherings Of 100 Or More As Coronavirus Cases RiseOfficials in Santa Clara County on Friday banned all gatherings of more than 100 people and announced that all public schools will be closed beginning Monday. Len Ramirez reports. (3-13-20)

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