With so many volunteers sheltering at home the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano counties needed to call in the cavalry.
Travis Air Force Base prepares for another round of coronavirus-related quarantines, this time from the Grand Princess cruise ship docked in Oakland.
With news of a Solano County resident contracting the coronavirus, the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District was told by federal health officials to prepare for a possible outbreak.
Two patients with novel coronavirus are being treated at hospitals in Contra Costa County, the health department confirmed on Tuesday.
The victim was struck at 2:02 p.m. Sunday in the 1400 block of West Texas Street.
Police say that on Saturday around 11:15 p.m., Travis broke into his ex-girlfriend’s apartment on Gregory St in Fairfield.
Those evacuees were flown from China by the U.S. State Department and arrived at Travis on Feb. 5 and Feb. 7.
Evacuees from Wuhan, China finally get to go home after a 14-day quarantine at Travis Air Force Base because of the coronavirus concerns.
A woman on the evacuation flight to Travis Air Force Base from the cruise ship in Japan stricken with the disease- COVID-19, had to leave her husband behind Sunday night.
During the flight, the final test results showed 14 people had the coronavirus, even though they did not have symptoms.
No specific time for the arrival has been given, a base spokesperson said, adding it is expected to be "some time after 5 p.m."
Elissa Harrington reports from Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield.
Five American evacuees who flew from Wuhan, China to Travis Air Force Base last week and exhibited symptoms of the coronavirus, have tested negative for the disease, the Center for Disease Control confirmed on Wednesday.
According to the Center for Disease Control, the evacuees haven't been diagnosed with the disease but were taken to nearby hospitals for treatment.
Some of the evacuees, like Samuel Roth, have gone on social media to share their experiences - and say, overall the conditions aren't that bad. He said people are allowed to walk around the hotel, and go outside for fresh air.
A plane carrying Americans evacuated from Wuhan, China, the center of the deadly coronavirus outbreak, is reportedly expected to land at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield this week.
A Defense Department statement said HHS officials requested the use of several facilities capable of housing at least 250 people in individual rooms through Feb. 29. HHS would be responsible for all care, transportation and security of the evacuees, according to the statement.
Air Force personnel will not be placed into contact with the evacuees.
Freon Free will pay $145,800 under an agreement with the California Department of Toxic Substances Control, according to a news release.
Marcos Olague, 38, was arrested after officers responded around 7:30 a.m. Monday to a resident who said his security system showed someone in his home in the 2000 block of Cormorant Drive, but the suspect had fled before officers arrived.