Joshua Sabatini

Hoteliers offer up more than 8,000 rooms to house homeless, first responders

Public Health director: ‘the worst is yet to come’

As SF hospitals brace for patient surge, officials plan to open new 48-bed unit

San Francisco may open up 48 more beds at St. Francis Memorial…

SF officials prepare for coronavirus ‘surge’ as diagnosed cases climb to 70

Breed: ‘We want to make sure that we are prepared’

SF health officials grapple with COVID-19 testing shortage

Limited supplies, lack of information hampers effort to control spread of disease

Commission taps chief building inspector to replace Tom Hui as DBI’s interim director

Former department head stepped down after accusations of misconduct in corruption probe

Supes approve new homeless facility in first meeting since city lockdown

Board votes to allow future meetings to be held remotely

Amid coronavirus lockdown, SF supervisor calls on building owner to house homeless

Preston says property caught up in corruption probe can help unhoused families and seniors

In ‘defining moment,’ San Francisco to order residents to stay home over coronavirus

Mayor announces drastic measures to curb spread of COVID-19 alongside five other Bay Area counties

City to help pay for sick leave for private workers

San Francisco will provide funding to private businesses to offer their employees…

Coronavirus concerns prompt SF to ban ‘non-essential’ gatherings of 100 or more

Mayor Breed calls new restrictions ‘essential’ in order to slow the spread of COVID‑19

Breed prohibits evictions of tenants who can’t make rent due to coronavirus

Moratorium good for 30-day period, but can be extended

Five additional coronavirus cases confirmed, bringing total to 23 in SF

San Francisco’s number of confirmed cases of novel coronavirus increased by five…

PG&E will not shut off power for failure to pay during coronavirus emergency

About 15,000 customers in SF have electric service disconnected annually for non-payment

SF restricts visitor access to 18 long-term care facilities to combat spread of coronavirus

San Francisco announced Thursday a ban on non-essential visitors from entering long-term…

Supes postpone ‘non-essential’ hearings expected to draw crowds

While a Board of Supervisors committee was scheduled Thursday to vote on…

City employees can now use an advance of their paid time off

Policy intended to benefit those affected by coronavirus

In SF, coronavirus cases increase to 18

San Francisco announced Thursday that the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus…

SF to allow thousands of businesses to defer paying taxes

Mayor Breed announces ‘first steps’ to help small businesses

Controller: Coronavirus will cost SF ‘tens of millions’ in tax revenue

Hotel occupancy rates plummet to 20 percent

SF bans large events as coronavirus spreads

Order affects large venues including Chase Center, Oracle Park