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COVID-19 Cravings Making Us Pack On PoundsGaining weight? Juliette Goodrich reports on why COVID-19 is driving us to the fridge or pantry with some pretty intense cravings for comfort food.
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SF's Iconic Flower Mart Gets Creative To Survive PandemicSan Francisco's iconic Flower Mart is struggling due to the pandemic. Emily Turner tells us, they had to get creative to stay afloat.
South Bay Hospitals Brace For Rise In COVID CasesKenny Choi reports on hospitals in the South Bay preparing for more COVID-19 patients in ICU (11-24-2020)
South Bay Hospitals Brace For Rise In COVID CasesKenny Choi reports on hospitals in the South Bay preparing for more COVID-19 patients in ICU (11-24-2020)
Santa Clara County Ups Enforcement For Thanksgiving, Suspends Grace Period For BusinessesWilson Walker reports on Santa Clara County's plans to enforce increased COVID restrictions during the holiday season (11-24-2020)
COVID-19: As Cases Spike In California Three Vaccines On The HorizonThe number of new cases in California has tripled in the past month, but as Andrea Nakano reports, there is good news on the horizon.
Coronavirus: Experts Believe Testing Will Get Easier In 2021Testing is key when it comes to beating the coronavirus. Juliette Goodrich asked medical experts why it is not getting any easier to get tested.
COVID Curfew: Bay Area Law Enforcement Say Few Issues After 1st Weekend, Some SkepticalAs most Bay Area counties are under a 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew, law enforcement officials told KPIX 5 that things have gone well so far. Meanwhile some are skeptical about its effects to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Don Ford reports. (11/23/20)
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Bay Area Offers Options For Alternative Holiday FunBetty Yu reports on lantern festival at the Oakland Zoo and other options for unusual, safe holiday fun amid COVID concerns (11-22-2020)
Health Officials Advise People To Cancel Thanksgiving Travel Plans Due To COVID-19Joe Vazquez reports questions whether Bay Area residents are doing enough to protect themselves with Thanksgiving plans (11-22-2020)
Newsom Confirms 3 Children Exposed To Infected CHP Officer; Family In QuarantineJuliette Goodrich reports on Governor Newsom announcing three of his children have been exposed to COVID-19, entire family in quarantine (11-22-2020)
FDA Allows Emergency Use of Antibody Drug Trump ReceivedThere is another hopeful milestone Sunday after the FDA issued an emergency-use authorization for Regeneron's antibody cocktail to treat the coronavirus. Emily Turner reports. (11-22-20)
Curfew Violations in South Bay Will Be Lightly Enforced, Police SayAs California's 10 p.m. curfew neared Saturday, people in San Jose questioned its effectiveness and police said enforcement will be light. Da Lin reports. (11-21-20)
Little Sign of Pre-Thanksgiving Pandemic Panic Buying in East BayThe surge in COVID-19 cases has reportedly caused a new round of panic buying days before the Thanksgiving but worries about a lack of toilet paper may be overblown. John Ramos reports. (11-21-20)
Holiday Travel Down at Bay Area AirportsHealth officials pleaded with people to not travel this Thanksgiving. From the looks of Bay Area airports, many took that advice to heart. Wilson Walker reports. (11-21-20)
Pared-Back Pandemic Feasts Goose Demand for Tiny TurkeysAcross the Bay Area, small turkeys are almost sold out as families and the food industry adjust to downsized Thanksgiving plans during the pandemic. Andrea Nakano reports. (11-20-20)
San Francisco on Brink of Return to Purple TierSan Francisco could move into the purple tier as soon as Sunday. If that happens the curfew would take effect in 48 hours on Tuesday. Betty Yu reports. (11-20-20)
Santa Clara County Health Officials Warn Virus Uptick May Overwhelm HospitalsSouth Bay health officials worry if the current coronavirus infectiontrend continues, the county could run out of hospital capacity in the next three weeks. Katie Nielsen reports. (11-20-20)
Bay Area Health Facilities Ready Plans to Administer CV VaccineThe news about potential coronavirus vaccines is promising but, when approved, the challenge will be distribution. California health officials are making plans now. Allen Martin reports. (11-20-20)
New Curfew to Affect Most of CaliforniaThe new curfew that goes into effect Saturday night applies to counties in the purple -- most restrictive -- tier. Kenny Choi reports. (11-20-20)
Demand for Coronavirus Testing Soars in Bay AreaWith many still planning to visit family for the holidays -- despite official warnings -- lines at Bay Area virus-testing facilities are growing longer. Da Lin reports. (11-20-20)
Bay Area Residents Prepare For COVID Curfew Going Into Effect SaturdayKiet Do reports on local police departments plan to use COVID curfew for education, not probably cause (11-20-2020)

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