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.
Staying Safe and Healthy in the FieldKPIX reporter and anchor Juliette Goodrich gives a behind-the-scene look on how she and photographer, Bob Horn, stay clean and abide social distancing guidelines while out in the field.
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)
East Bay Man Helps BART Riders Stay Clean With Free, Pop-Up Hand Washing TableAn East Bay man is operating a pop-up hand washing table for commuters at the North Berkeley BART station so they can stay clean and combat coronavirus. He built his own custom table with a wooden bowl and a selection of soaps and sanitizers. Don Ford reports. (3-30-2020)
CDC Recommends Separating Pregnant Women With COVID-19 From NewbornsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending that expectant mothers with confirmed or potential COVID-19 should consider being separated from their newborns after birth for up to a week. Maria Medina reports. (3-29-2020)
East Bay Grocer Live Streams Store Tours To Show What's In StockAn East Bay grocery store owner who tried to calm the fears behind panic buying has become a local celebrity after doing virtual store tours via Facebook live stream. John Ramos reports. (3-29-2020)
Hard-Hit Bay Area Restaurants Feeding People In Need During COVID-19 PandemicThe Bay Area restaurant industry has been hit hard the coronavirus. Yet, as Betty Yu reports, some chefs are busy making meals for people in need.
Food Banks Try To Prevent Contact, Contamination During Coronavirus PandemicBay Area food banks are rethinking the way they operate to prevent cross-contamination. John Ramos talked to volunteers who believe the new practices could actually make them run better.
CORONAVIRUS: San Jose Fairmont Employees Send A Sign A Love To Community During Coronavirus OutbreakSan Jose Fairmont employees lit up the night sky with a message of love to local residents enduring the coronavirus outbreak
Oakland Pitmaster Serves Up Free BBQ To Families Affected By CoronavirusOakland pitmaster Matt Horn of Horn Barbecue and a team of volunteers offered free, smoky and meaty meals to families affected by the coronavirus pandemic on Wednseday. (3-25-2020)
'Great American Takeout' : Struggling Restaurant Industry Pleas For Support During PandemicThe struggling restaurant industry made a plea to consumers to order take-out or delivery Tuesday by dubbing it The Great American Takeout. Maria Medina reports. (3-24-2020)
San Francisco Supervisor Personally Funds Hotel Rooms For Homeless During Shelter-In-Place20 hotel rooms at the Oasis Hotel are no longer sitting vacant during the coronavirus pandemic after dozens of homeless families officially moved in. Susie Steimle reports. (3-24-2020)
Restaurants Affected By Coronavirus Ask For Support On National Takeout DayOn National Takeout Day, food delivery workers are extra busy helping Bay Area residents and businesses during the shelter-in-place order. Don Ford reports. (3-24-2020)
NEIGHBOR HELPING NEIGHBOR: Next Door launches new features to allow neighbors to help neighbors during coronavirus outbreakNext Door launches new features to allow neighbors to help neighbors during coronavirus outbreak
HELPING NEIGHBORS: Burlingame Plumbing Co. Expands Services To Help CommunityBurlingame's Discount Plumbers is using its fleet of 50 delivery vehicles and drivers to assist San Francisco Peninsula residents with more than their plumbing chores during the coronavirus outbreak
Using Effective System, Customers Don't Touch Anything At Marin Grocery StoreA grocery store in Marin County is changing the way it operates due to the coronavirus outbreak. The whole point is to reduce chances that someone could possibly transmit the virus while grocery shopping. John Ramos reports. (3-23-2020)