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Bay Area Communities Take Fourth of July Celebrations OnlineThis year's Fourth of July celebrations are completely different from any in recent memory. Most fireworks displays have been canceled and the big parades have gone virtual. Devin Fehely reports. (7-4-20)
Marin County Beaches See Lighter-Than-Normal Holiday Crowds SaturdayAt two Marin County beaches that remained open Saturday, a lot of people showed up but overcrowding wasn't the norm. John Ramos reports. (7-4-20)
Coronavirus Closures Leave Coastside Beaches Deserted on Fourth of JulyIn Pacifica and Half Moon Bay on Saturday efforts to keep people off beaches were mostly successful where, given such clear weather any other year, there would be hordes packing the strand. Da Lin reports. (7-4-20)
Crowded Santana Row Restaurant Prompts Warnings of New ShutdownSouth Bay leaders warned that businesses could be shut down if they do not comply with social distancing and mask-wearing guidelines after troubling images emerged on Friday of crowding at a San Jose restaurant. Maria Medina reports. (7-3-20)
2 Condemned San Quentin Inmates Die of Apparent COVID-19 ComplicationsTwo more deaths were reported at San Quentin State Prison as the coronavirus continues to devastate the inmate population. Betty Yu reports. (7-3-20)
State of the 4th: Protests, Pandemic Alter Meaning Of Fourth Of July CelebrationsFollowing a tumultuous period of protests and pandemic, the Fourth of July has a different meaning in 2020 for many. Kenny Choi reports. (7/3/20)
Illegal Fireworks Crackdown Underway As Bay Area Wildfire Fears Remain HighPolice and fire crews were on alert Friday trying to get illegal fireworks off Bay Area the streets as demand for fireworks rose among people looking for alternatives to canceled public fireworks shows. Andria Borba reports. (7/3/20)
Officers Go on Patrol in Pacifica to Keep Beach ClearLinda Mar beach in Pacifica is one of many that will be closed this holiday weekend and, as Don Ford found out, they aren't kidding around. (7-3-20)
New Beginning For Santa Clara County Gyms, Salons, Spas In Age Of COVID-19It's the beginning of a new era for hair and nail salons, spas and gyms in Santa Clara County. Changes to the county's health order will allow them to reopen, but with restrictions. Len Ramirez reports. (7/3/20)
Santa Cruz Among Few Counties Keeping Beaches OpenSurfers were out enjoying the weather and waves Friday at Cowell Beach in Santa Cruz where, unlike most California beaches, they were not breaking the rules. Devin Fehely reports. (7-3-20)
Seeking Options For Celebrating Fourth of July In PublicWhile parking lots at many beaches and open spaces are closed this weekend, Kiet Do reports there are still plenty of options for the Fourth of July holiday. (7/3/20)
Contact Tracing Shows S.F. Mission District Hard Hit by COVID-19As the number of COVID-19 cases increases, the latest numbers show it is Latinos who continue to be disproportionately infected by the virus. Joe Vazquez reports. (7-2-20)
Small Business Owners Cheer Santa Clara County Plans for ReopeningThe county that enacted the first stay-at-home order in the Bay Area took a major step in reopening its economy Thursday. Maria Medina reports. (7-2-20)
San Rafael Boosts Outdoor Dining as New Virus Cases Prompt Reopening RollbacksSan Rafael's Dining Under the Lights is a weekly event and is expected to last through the summer, so long as restrictions are not tightened again. Andrea Nakano reports. (7-2-20)
State Government Swamped With Unemployment ClaimsCalifornia lawmakers' offices have been flooded with requests for assistance from frustrated constituents unable to secure unemployment benefits from EDD. Da Lin reports. (7-2-20)
East Bay Towns Prepare for Stay-at-Home Fourth of July FestivitiesResidents of Danville and Fremont love their towns' annual Independence Day parade. This year they'll have to love them virtually. Andria Borba reports. (7-2-20)
Beach Closures, Mask Rules Present Enforcement ProblemsBeaches are closing. You're supposed to stay home and wear a mask when necessary. But can the governor really enforce those directives? Wilson Walker reports from Pacifica. (7-2-20)
Santa Clara County Pushes Ahead to New Phase of ReopeningHealth officials in Santa Clara County are pushing forward with a new round of reopenings. Len Ramirez reports. (7-2-20)
RAW: Santa Clara County Issues New Health Coronavirus OrderSanta Clara County Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody details new COVID-19 health order (7-2-2020)
Governor's Coronavirus Update: New PR Campaign LaunchesIn his July 2 noon news conference, Gov. Gavin Newsom emphasized the importance of face coverings and showed a new public-information media campaign to drive home that message. (7-2-20)
Free Hayward COVID-19 Test Site Hitting Capacity DailyA couple days ago, the first free drive-up Bay Area coronavirus testing site in Hayward was below capacity. It's a much different story now. Kiet Do reports. (7-2-20)
San Francisco Health Department Warns Of Potential Coronavirus SurgeAnne Makovec reports on health officials in San Francisco warning numbers indicate possible surge in COVID-19 cases (7-2-2020)
Developers Launching Apps For Contact Tracing To Control Spread Of COVID-19With coronavirus infections on the rise again, contact tracing is even more critical to control the spread of the virus. A growing number of new apps are designed to do just that. Allen Martin looked a few of them.
Businesses Hoping To Recoup Losses Hit Hard By July 4 ClosuresBusiness hoping to recoup their loses were hit hard by the Governor's mandate to close bars, restaurants and other places the July 4 weekend. Andrea Nakano talked to one health expert who says the closures will do little to stop the spread of COVID-19.

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