Tag: cases

UC Berkeley: Students In Residence Halls Must Self-Sequester

CALIFORNIA—On Monday, February 1, the University of California-Berkeley announced that students who live in residence halls must self-sequester due to a rise in cases...

Governor Lifts Regional Stay-At-Home Order

CALIFORNIA—Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced on Monday, January 25 that the state's regional stay-at-home order will end...

Bay Area Discovers New Coronavirus Variant

SAN FRANCISCO—Health officials announced in a news release on Sunday, January 17 that the Bay Area discovered a new variant of the coronavirus that...

Governor Newsom Indicates Regional Stay-At-Home Extension Likely

CALIFORNIA—On Monday, December 21, Governor Gavin Newsom indicated the current regional stay-at-home order will most likely be extended into next year. Within the last couple...

San Francisco Reveals New Tool For Contact Tracing

SAN FRANCISCO—Health officials in San Francisco indicated that they are using a new tool to improve contact tracing, as reported by the SFist on...

Severe Gonorrhea Cases On The Rise In California

CALIFORNIA — The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) said on Friday, November 20 that the state is seeing a rise in cases of...

SF District Attorney’s Office Facing Severe Staff Shortage

SAN FRANCISCO — The District Attorney's Office in San Francisco is in the midst of a staff shortage that could potentially impact cases, as...

California Issue Travel Advisories Before Holidays

CALIFORNIA — The state of California issued travel advisories on Friday, November 13 as the Thanksgiving holiday approaches. California Governor Gavin Newsom, Oregon Governor Kate...

Newsom Apologizes For Attending Birthday Dinner Amid COVID-19

CALIFORNIA — Governor Gavin Newsom apologized Friday, November 13 for attending a birthday dinner last week in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. First reported...

California Supreme Court Halts Proposition 66 Appeals

SAN FRANCISCO—During the November election, voters faced two measures pertaining to the death penalty: Proposition 62, which would terminate the death penalty and require inmates to provide...