UCSF hospitals restrict visits from youths

Beginning today, UC San Francisco Medical Center and Children’s Hospital will not allow visitors 16 years and younger on patient-care floors. The temporary change is due to the swine flu outbreak and follows a similar protocol announced last week at four California Pacific Medial Center locations. “We have seen a modest increase in total flu cases both in our patients and in the general population,” a UCSF statement said.

Bay Area NewsLocalswine fluUCSF

If you find our journalism valuable and relevant, please consider joining our Examiner membership program.
Find out more at www.sfexaminer.com/join/

Just Posted

Plummeting Bay Area bridge traffic finally levels off

All told, weekday Bay Area traffic volumes are down by half, which has remained consistent from March 23 through this week.

Second deputy at SF Hall of Justice jail tests positive as inmate count shrinks

Doctor says inmate count needs to fall further to mitigate potential outbreak

Breed pushes volunteer opportunities to help isolated seniors as coronavirus spreads

Seniors and those living with disabilities are most susceptible to severe impacts of the coronavirus and are advised to remain home.

Confusion swirls over uneven eviction protections as rent collection begins

Housing advocates warn some type of rental assistance or forgiveness will be necessary

National Guard sets up hospital beds at San Mateo County Event Center

The triage center is intended as backup if COVID-19 cases surge in the coming weeks

Most Read