At least three other people have died from novel coronavirus and six new cases were reported in Marin County as of Monday afternoon, county health officials said.
He has launched the California Health Corps, inviting medical retirees, part-timers and students to apply.
The concern is that a medical surge could push hospitals in the county to capacity so health officials wanted to prepare if and when that happens.
Now, there’s a global shortage of the medication leaving one Oakland woman with lupus with a limited supply.
Leah Romanelli was diagnosed with lupus a few years ago and this is her reality, “I definitely couldn’t function without my medication,” but when Romanelli went to Kaiser to get her normal 90 day supply of hydroxychloroquine, she was only given a 14 day supply. Sara Zendehnam reports
Organizers set aside two full minutes for clapping, cheering and banging on pots and pans in a emotional celebration of health care workers and first responders.
Volunteers are sewing face masks for healthcare providers
Neighbors in San Francisco banged on pots and pans for health care providers
Not only that, but the crowds on Sunday were big and the spectators were not practicing social distancing.
Oakland police cracked down on a sideshow because of the large crowd gathering
The San Mateo County Event Center is turning into a new emergency hospital in preparation for a surge of coronavirus patients. Sara Zendehnam reports
Governor Gavin Newsom is looking to relax some rules and to tap some students to help fight on the front lines In the emergency battle against the new coronavirus. Debora Villalon reports
President Trump announced the stay at home order amid the coronavirus pandemic is extended through April. Local Bay Area jurisdictions are also working to coordinate extension of their own orders until May.
The founder of an East Bay delivery company wanted to show his gratitude to health care workers who are saving lives.
The founder of an East Bay delivery company wanted to show his gratitude to health care workers who are saving lives. Daniel Sokolovsky started using his company AxleHire to deliver free meals to hospital workers Monday afternoon.
PG&E announced in San Francisco Monday that it has given up a controversial plan to pay a $4 million criminal fine to Butte County out of a proposed $13.5 billion trust to compensate wildfire victims.
On San Francisco's West Portal Avenue, just down from the Muni tunnel, a small hardware store has become the nerve center in a community-wide effort to help neighbors get through the pandemic.
Some local Instacart 'shoppers' participated in a nationwide strike Monday, slowing grocery deliveries across the Bay Area while residents were ordered to stay home.
As the debate over what is essential work continues, one Bay Area lawmaker is looking to crackdown on work at construction sites amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Speedy trial rights for defendants have been drastically restricted because of the coronavirus after state court officials approved delays in scheduling court cases. Alameda County Public Defender Brendon Woods said Monday that his clients are suffering.