Multiple Bay Area animal shelters would like pet owners to consider what plans need to be made if they become sick with coronavirus.
Police say the coach is suspected of lewd acts with a teenager.
This is all in an effort to only test those who appear to be the in the most serious condition.
The hospital is in San Francisco.
Leigh Martinez reports from Oakland.
The Governor and the Mayor spoke to the media on Saturday, March 28, 2020. Bloom Energy is refurbishing ventilators for the State of California.
Crowds and close contact alarmed officials who saw social distancing precautions disappear.
On April 8, 2016 the body of Nicole Fitts was found buried in McLaren Park by San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department employees. That was three days after Nicole and Arianna were reported missing by family members.
Debora Villalon reports from Marin County.
Amber Lee reports from San Mateo.
Officers were called to the room on Cyril Magnin Street shortly after 2 p.m. and found the man and woman dead from apparent gunshot wounds.
All are in good condition and the seven staffers include five who provide patient care, according to a release from San Francisco Mayor London Breed.
Steve Haworth spoke with KTVU's Frank Mallicoat during Mornings on Two on Saturday, March 28, 2020.
Dr. Sonia Angell, Public Health Director of California Department of Health, explains that staying home and keeping six feet between yourself and others will slow the spread of the virus and save lives – and that critical services and programs will remain available to residents.
"These subjects are apparently asking for entry into residences to conduct inspections or searches," police said in a news release. "Neither the CDC nor SFDPH have personnel going door-to-door conducting inspections."
In a time of isolation and social distancing, one San Francisco neighborhood found a way to connect through music while adhering to city guidelines in the battle against COVID-19.
San Francisco supervisor Matt Haney on re-purposing the city's empty hotel rooms to be used as places of quarantine for those with COVID-19.
With the weekend upon us, Bay Area officials implored people to stay home. Many parks and attractions throughout the area announced closures after social distancing along parks and trails last weekend weren't exactly effective.
In the parking lot of the Bon Air Shopping Center in Marin County Friday, people dropped by to donate N95 masks and gloves to help keep safe the doctors, nurses and health workers on the front lines of the pandemic.
Greg Lee reports.