Before plans are executed, the state has to assign each county to a color-coded tier on its reopening blueprint that will determine what activities and businesses can resume and in what capacity.
Bay Area restaurant and salon owners prepare to reopen this week after the state lifted regional stay-at-home orders on Monday.
Many teachers and parents want to see the number of virus cases level off before going back to in-person learning.
The Bay Area's ICU capacity is growing by the week, now at 23.4%. The California Department of Public Health calls it a promising sign that the region is emerging from the most intense stage of the pandemic.
VTA reports 165 employees have tested positive for COVID-19 since March, and leaders of the VTA's largest labor union say in the past three days, a dozen new cases have been reported, mostly among bus drivers.
As a new administration promised relief, the Kovaks found a notice on the door of their Sonoma facility. It was a demand from his out-of-state landlord to pay $20,000 in back rent or vacate the premises in 72 hours.
Besides all their other problems, the homeless community in Santa Rosa are being hit with a triple whammy of winter weather, the threat of COVID and no place to go.
Health experts are keeping their eyes on new and mutating strains of coronavirus. Now Bay Area scientists have a tool to determine if those strains are circulating in our neighborhoods.
Violations at Pacifica Beach Yoga, located at 1615 Oceana Blvd., included holding indoor “mask-free” yoga classes when gyms and yoga studios are under state health orders to close indoor operations. The studio's owner had already been fined more than $3,700.
The path towards increasing South Bay COVID-19 vaccinations shortened Friday. This, as Santa Clara County unveiled a new mass vaccination site at the Mountain View Community Center.
San Francisco set a goal of vaccinating everyone within the city by the end of June - about 900,000 people.
A South Bay church that’s repeatedly defied a county health order barring indoor gatherings was back in court on Thursday.
Unemployed workers with legitimate claims have had their accounts frozen by the department, sometimes for months, as part of an anti-fraud crackdown.
San Francisco's plan to vaccinate all residents against COVID-19 by the end of June is ambitious. Despite concerns vaccine doses would run out this week, some additional support came through.
San Francisco Department of Public Health says their goal is to vaccinate every resident for the novel coronavirus by June 30, 2021. The news came Wednesday during a special hearing called by a city supervisor.
A few short keystrokes could provide a quick path to an often-asked question: Where can I get a coronavirus vaccination shot?
San Francisco’s City Hall and Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara are among the many landmarks illuminated Tuesday. It’s part of a nationwide tribute to the 400,000 people who've died from COVID-19 in the United States.
California has stopped administering one batch of the Moderna vaccine after state officials say a higher-than-usual number of possible allergic reactions were reported in Southern California.
Longtime San Francisco restaurant Tia Margarita is getting help from the Barstool Fund, a campaign that in one month has raised $27 million to support 146 small businesses.
The California Department of Public Health is seeing increasing numbers of a new Covid-19 variant throughout the state, including in the Bay Area. It is different than the strain detected in the United Kingdom. The new variant has been tied to several large outbreaks in Santa Clara County including one at Kaiser in San Jose.