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Long slow recovery ahead for hotel industry

Around 15,000 workers furloughed or laid off due to halt in tourism, conventions

Hospitals call for state, federal funding as revenues plummet

Medical centers furlough workers due to lost revenue from canceled elective procedures

Small businesses in Bayview work together to survive and serve

Bayview businesses have leveraged local initiatives to survive and serve the community.

California Department of Social Services launches childcare portal

Governor Newsom announces state childcare subsidies and site to help parents find facilities

Port of San Francisco projects $20 million revenue loss

Budget hit by losses in maritime revenue and real estate, lack of cruise ships

City aims to test everyone living in group settings — eventually

SFDPH sets future goal of conducting about 3,500 tests per day.

Immigrants in California detention centers sue ICE over coronavirus threat

Class action lawsuit alleges overcrowding, lack of sanitation create unsafe living conditions

Uber and Lyft drivers demand unemployment benefits

Drivers are banding together in an attempt to make rideshare giants acknowledge and pay them as employees, not contractors.

The City extends emergency childcare for essential workers through June

Parents who are supporting the city during the COVID-19 pandemic have access to free childcare through June now that schools are officially closed until fall.

Emergency housing made available for domestic violence survivors

Victims of abuse who are trapped during lockdown may have somewhere to turn

Putting design skills to work against coronavirus

Academy of Art instructor uses 3D printers to make face shields for hospital workers

Three men arrested in Mission District homicide

Three people have been arrested in connection with a March 16 Mission…

Bayview robbery leaves man in life-threatening condition

The 30-year-old victim was injured in a struggle with the suspect

2020 Census takers preparing for challenges in reaching homeless populations

Shelter-in-place orders could make it hard to count vulnerable individuals

New Southeast Community Center to break ground in Bayview

The new facility is intended to fulfill promises made to community members in the 1980s

One floor of One Sansome closed due to possible employee coronavirus exposure

Building disinfected and employees sent home until confirmed clear of symptoms

Newsom says state to expand testing capacity for coronavirus

Health officials mobilizing resources after case of unknown origin reported in Solano County

Breed declares local emergency to counter threat of coronavirus

City officials warn against discrimination while they prepare for the possibility of an outbreak.

AIDS Memorial Quilt comes home

The world’s largest community art project returns to its roots with Golden Gate Park exhibit

Japanese American family at heart of beloved Golden Gate Park garden

The Japanese Tea Garden, the oldest public Japanese garden in North America,…