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RAW: Gov. Newsom And State Surgeon General Discuss Mental And Physical Health During COVID-19 LockdownCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom and State Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris talk about resources being offered by the state to stay mentally and physically healthy during coronavirus shelter-in-place order (4-7-2020)
Scientists Focus On Antibody Tests That Could Be Key In Getting People Back To WorkScientists in the Bay Area and around the country are focusing on antibody tests that could determine who has recovered from the coronavirus without ever knowing it. Betty Yu reports. (4-6-2020)
Muni, BART Cut Back Service Significantly Due To PandemicWith ridership plunging due to the pandemic, deep cuts are coming to both Muni and BART. Both transit systems will be scaling back service significantly this week. Joe Vazquez reports. (4-6-2020)
Coronavirus Update: Santa Clara County Offers To Pay $1,000 For Old, Used VentilatorsLeaders of Santa Clara County, the Bay Area county hit hardest by coronavirus, are willing to pay a bounty of $1,000 to anyone who can provide a used or old ventilator. Katie Nielsen reports. (4-6-2020)
Doctor Makes Educational Software Free To Help Supplement Kids' Learning During PandemicA lifelong educational advocate and past Jefferson Award winner saw a need to help parents supplement their kids' online learning during the coronavirus pandemic with her specially designed teaching software. (4-6-2020)
Newly Minted Livermore Nurse Heads To NY To Join Fight Against COVID-19A Bay Area nurse who just got certified is off to the front lines in New York. Don Ford tells us she is part of an army of nurses deployed to fight the war against the coronavirus.
'Sparkles Of Optimism'; Santa Clara Co. Public Health Officer Says Shelter-In-Place Working Against Coronavirus PandemicSanta Clara County's Public Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody says while we are not out of the woods yet, there are sparkles of optimism about the coronavirus pandemic because of the strict shelter-in-place order. Len Ramirez reports. (4/6/20)
California Sending 500 Ventilators To National Stockpile To Help New YorkCalifornia is sending 500 state-owned ventilators to the Strategic National Stockpile to help New York and other states that are in immediate need for them because of the coronavirus pandemic. Andria Borba reports. (4/6/20)
Two San Jose City Leaders Push For Coronavirus Rent FreezeJohn Ramos reports on San Jose City Council members calling for three-month rent suspension due to COVID-19 impacts (4-6-2020)
Health Experts Say Coronavirus Crisis Will Soon Hit ApexNatalie Brand reports on new report from HHS indicating hospitals could face critical shortages during COVID-19 surge (4-6-2020)
Gov. Gavin Newsom Monday News Briefing On State's Coronavirus ResponseCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom addressed reporters Monday to update the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic. (4/6/20)
I DO ON ZOOM: San Francisco couple shares their wedding vows with relatives via ZoomSan Francisco couple shares their wedding vows with relatives via Zoom
Bay Area Zoos Take Precautions After Tiger At Bronx Zoo Tests Positive For CoronavirusBay Area zoos are taking precautions after a tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York tested positive for coronavirus on Sunday. Betty Yu reports. (4-5-2020)
South San Francisco Man Aboard Coral Princess Dies Of CoronavirusA 71-year-old South San Francisco man died late Saturday night at a Hialeah, Florida, hospital after falling ill with the coronavirus while on a cruise aboard the Coral Princess. Joe Vazquez reports. (4-5-2020)
California's Aggressive Orders May Spare Healthcare System During Peak, Public Health Expert SaysTaryn Vian, public health professor at USF, says California's early and aggressive shelter-in-place orders may help spare the state's healthcare system from running out of hospital beds during the projected peak of the coronavirus. Devin Fehely reports. (4-5-2020)
Better Together: Congregations Adapt To Holy Week, Passover During Coronavirus PandemicThe week before Easter is considered one of the holiest times by a number of faiths, but this year it is occurring under the unprecedented threat of the coronavirus pandemic. John Ramos reports. (4-5-2020)
Walmart, Target Implement New Social Distancing Guidelines In Lines, In StoreGrocery stores have implemented changes to deal with long lines and social distancing guidelines during the coronavirus pandemic. But as the guidelines continue to change, large retailers like Target and Walmart are also beginning to implement new rules. Kenny Choi reports. (4-5-2020)
Bay Area Congress Members Defend Fired Navy Ship CaptainLocal Congress members Jackie Speier and John Garamendi questioned the decision by Navy Secretary Thomas Modly to oust Capt. Brett Crozier, a Santa Rosa native, from his command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt over a leaked memo. Juliette Goodrich reports. (4-4-20)
High School Seniors Choosing Colleges Sight Unseen During COVID-19 Stay Home OrderBay AreahHigh school seniors are being forced to choose a college without ever leaving their homes. Maria Medina tells us that's because universities have canceled tours during the coronavirus pandemic.
FDA Relaxes Restrictions For Blood Donations For Gay MenThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration has relaxed blood donor restrictions for gay men due to shortages amid the coronavirus pandemic. Betty Yu talked to one gay man who insists the old rules are outdated.
Elderly SF Anti-Abortion Activist Cited For Violating Stay At Home OrderAn elderly anti-abortion activist became one of the first people in San Francisco police cited for violating the stay at home order. As Da Lin explains, police warned several times before issuing the citation.
SF Launches Recovery Task Force To Help Businesses Hurt By COVID-19 PandemicSan Francisco is launching the Economic Recovery Task Force, to help small businesses who were dealt a devastating blow by the coronavirus pandemic. Wilson Walker talked to one businesswoman who wonders if will be enough.
Coronavirus News Conference: Gov. Newsom Saturday Update on State's COVID-19 ResponseGov. Gavin Newsom was critical of the low numbers of Californians who have been tested for the coronavirus and placed the blame for the slow rollout of testing squarely on his own shoulders in a Saturday address to the state. (4-4-20)
New Rules for South Bay Marijuana Dispensaries Block In-Store Sales of Recreational PotRecreational marijuana users in Santa Clara County can no longer make in-store or curbside purchases, according to the county's new stay-at-home order. Maria Medina reports. (4-3-20)

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