Toan Lam from goinspirego.com explains how we can connect with others and stay fit while social distancing.
Gabe Saglie, senior editor at Travelzoo, explains why you should plan to take advantage of flight deals in the later part of 2020 going into 2021, and echoes the warning from industry leaders about staying home during the health crisis.
Mike Mibach catches up with Na'ama Moran, co-founder and CEO of Cheetah based in Pleasanton, as her startup adjusts to the changing business landscape due to COVID-19.
Anna Osborn, relationship therapist and mindset coach, explains how we can navigate negative feelings that may come up during coronavirus outbreak.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf talks about the new interim police chief and what the city is doing to help with the coronavirus outbreak.
Infectious disease specialist disagrees with U.S. approach to coronavirus
A wellness company that makes at-home tests for everything from cholesterol to fertility, says it's close to having a similar test for coronavirus. Here's what Everlywell is doing.
Stephanie Kim, the senior director of Census 2020 for the United Way Bay Area, explains how coronavirus may impact Census 2020.
While events and facilities shutdown due to coronavirus, Galileo Learning assures parents that summer programs will continue as scheduled.
May Lee, journalist and host of "The May Lee Show" podcast, tells Gasia Mikaelian how misinformation about COVID-19 continues to fuel the racist backlash against the Asian American community.
Dr. Stephen Parodi from Kaiser Permanente Northern California explains why CDC recommendations and guidelines are important to follow when preventing the spread of COVID-19.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed discusses coronavirus and cancellations throughout the city.
Embroker's Matt Miller explains what small businesses are up against when filing claims relating to coronavirus.
John Alden, head of the Oakland Police Commission's investigative arm, talks about filing complaints against Oakland police.
Frank Mallicoat catches up with the people behind Carboniste Sparkling Wines, and how their brand isn't trying to be like champagne.
Gasia Mikaelian chats with Rep. Ro Khanna about the effort being made on Capitol Hill to contain the outbreak.
World Health Organization Spokesperson Dr. Margaret Harris spoke to Mornings on 2 Weekends about the global, coordinated effort to contain the coronavirus, as well as what people should know to avoid further spreading.
USF Political Science Professor James Taylor talked to Mornings on 2 Weekends about whether big name endorsements for candidates will shift the field and what to expect when more than 350 delegates will be up for grabs on Tuesday.
Aviation and travel analyst Brett Snyder Snyder from crankyflier.com joined Mornings on 2 Weekends to explain the toll the coronavirus has taken on the airline industry, as well as what passengers should know if they have travel booked.
The recently-opened Casements Bar in San Francisco joined Mornings on 2 Weekends for a taste of modern Irish cuisine and drinking.