As of Saturday, Newsom said 126,700 California residents have been able to test for the virus, a number which he considers "low," and is something the governor takes full responsibility for.
The ship will sail out to sea for routine marine operations, and return early next week to dock temporarily at the Port of San Francisco to take on necessary provisions.
Under the revised SMART weekday schedule, the system will operate 16 trips daily serving all stations.
Here's a look at coronavirus in the Bay Area, as of Sunday morning.
Many laid off workers in California are finding it impossible to file unemployment claims with the state. The historic number of claims has overwhelmed the state Employment Development Department.
Many California workers prevented from filing unemployment claims amid coronavirus outbreak
A six-year-old Tennessee boy who has cystic fibrosis said he beat COVID-19 after testing positive for the virus on March 19, a video shows.
Singer and songwriter Pink revealed that she has recovered from COVID-19 and is donating $1 million in the fight.
A restaurant owner in San Francisco hopes to bring comfort to others with her cooking during this time of crisis. She's giving free meals and delivering them to people in need.
As people shelter in place, crime is decreasing in most categories. But not domestic violence.
Santa Clara County on Friday announced that it has provided housing to all homeless people confirmed with novel coronavirus.
Jeffrey Ravago is a nursing assistant in a skilled nursing facility in Contra Costa County.
While wearing a medical mask, Serrell Gordon stole $780 in energy drinks from a Walmart store, then falsely claimed to loss prevention that he had coronavirus, San Leandro police say.
Delta Air Lines has announced that the company is extending customers’ ability to re-book travel impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic for up to two years.
Contra Costa County Health officials on Friday confirmed a COVID-19 outbreak at a senior living facility.
With San Francisco Unified School District shifting to distance learning amid the coronavirus pandemic, the district wants to make sure all its students have access to the internet at home.
San Francisco is not letting the coronavirus pandemic dampen its plans to celebrate the Golden Gate Park’s 150th anniversary on April 4th.
A beloved Mountain View restaurant has closed its doors. Clarke's Charcoal Broiler was the oldest operating restaurant in the city until coronavirus struck.
The threat of a coronavirus outbreak at San Francisco's County Jail No. 4 on the top floor of the city's Hall of Justice is the latest problem for the run-down facility. For years, lawmakers have proposed closing the jail but repeatedly rejected plans to build a new facility, leaving the inmates in limbo.
Ann Rubin reports.