Coronavirus in the Bay Area
Bay Area stores are facing a shortage of at-home COVID antigen tests, just as a new policy begins Saturday spurring demand by allowing people with private health insurance to get reimbursed for at-home test kits purchased on or after January 15th.
Sonoma County's first full weekend of stepped up COVID rules and prohibitions of certain activities has led to some confusion about what really is and is not off limits until February 11.
The 20th annual SF Sketchfest has been rescheduled for 2023 due to safety concerns from the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers announced on Friday.
San Francisco Unified School District on Thursday announced they have reached a tentative agreement with several teachers' unions over COVID health and safety protocol.
Around the city, there are many empty streets and traffic is noticeably light. People expressed frustration and fatigue that despite vaccinations and masking, the pandemic is still not over.
With the rapid spread of the omicron variant, data shows 10,000 California nursing home workers are infected right now, with roughly 800 new cases of COVID-19 tallied each day. The state is allowing health care workers who test positive and are asymptomatic to continue coming to work.
Hundreds of employees at one hospital in California are in self-isolation following COVID-19 exposure, amid a nationwide surge of the omicron variant, health officials said Wednesday.
Newsom’s main goal is to continue the expansion of COVID testing. There are currently 50 mobile testing sites in California, the state plans to expand that number to 80.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom said during a press briefing Wednesday that help is in the way for the state’s healthcare workers who are "emotionally and physically" exhausted.
The Supreme Court has stopped the Biden administration from enforcing a requirement that employees at large businesses be vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo weekly testing and wear a mask on the job.
San Jose city workers must get booster shots for the coronavirus as a condition of their employment.
Police filmed the nurse apparently squirting the needle’s contents into the medical waste bin before pretending to inject the patient’s arm, and then putting a bandage on their arm.
Governor Gavin Newsom's office announced the state is proposing to spend $2.7 billion on expanded efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19.