As the shelter-in-place response to COVID-19 completes another week, the continued threat to those on the front lines lives on. Grocery workers are feeling the strain of balancing the public’s need for food, versus their family’s need to remain safe.
Jesse Gary reports.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Friday responded to calls from supervisors and housing activists that the city house all of its 8,000 homeless residents in hotel rooms, in the wake of a confirmed novel coronavirus case at a homeless shelter.
This would be the first crew death publicly reported from the Grand Princess, and would follow news of two passenger deaths last month.
The Golden Gate Park in San Francisco is turning 150 years old on Saturday.
Congress decreed that employees on furlough do qualify for unemployment benefits.
The president made the remarks on Friday.
President Donald Trump says his administration is encouraging many Americans to wear face masks in public, though he stresses that the recommendation is optional and is conceding that he will not be complying with it.
Contra Costa County Health officials on Friday confirmed a COVID-19 outbreak at a senior living facility.
We've broken down the cases in in the Bay Area and around Northern California, county by county.
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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.
Newsom said his team has secured 7,000 hotel rooms for the homeless, and is on the way to scoring 15,000 in what he is dubbing "Project Room Key."
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.
All visitors to the White House complex already have their temperatures taken when entering the building and if they will be in close proximity to either Trump or Pence.
San Francisco is not letting the coronavirus pandemic dampen its plans to celebrate the Golden Gate Park’s 150th anniversary on April 4th.
Fans will be able to watch a new Webber smash every week, starting with “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” on April 3.
The celebrity-backed REFORM Alliance announced the donation Friday.
Friday would have been the home opener for the San Francisco Giants against the arch rival, Los Angeles Dodgers.
"That's using your skullcap," Ben Gruenstein wrote.