Coronavirus

From the Panhandle to Ocean Beach on car-free roads

New Golden Gate Park road closures create more space for people

 

El Rio gets funding to keep serving local LGBTQ+ community

Mission District bar and queer mainstay El Rio was awarded a grant…

 

Breed says limited indoor dining to resume if COVID-19 data improves

Restaurants could open for limited indoor dining as early as the end…

 

Small businesses in limbo as end of eviction moratorium nears

Many commercial tenants ‘teetering on the edge,’ unable to pay rent

Private and charter schools prepare to reopen as city processes dozens of waiver applications

More than a dozen schools in San Francisco are in the final…

Top health official warns of uptick in COVID-19 hospitalizations as reopening continues

Despite an uptick in COVID-19 hospitalizations, San Francisco officials said Tuesday they…

Reopening is only the beginning for struggling small businesses

Owners say operating at limited capacity will make it hard to make up for lost revenue

North Beach restaurants turn to alcohol sales to survive

Legislation would allow businesses to apply for temporary liquor licenses

City learning hubs starting small with focus on the most needy

Kids will attend school online in small group, daycamp-like settings

Health care providers urge flu shots to avoid twin outbreaks, overloaded system

Coronavirus pandemic makes need for vaccinations more urgent than ever

San Francisco hotels prepare to reopen Monday

Will travelers return to The City?

CCSF contractor blasted for ‘shoddy’ work to prepare campus for safe coronavirus return

Short plexiglass barriers that stop at the neck. Hand sanitizer dispensers flimsily…

Pandemic intensifies local hunger crisis

New report from SF-Marin Food bank shows demand for food has nearly doubled

City orders gyms inside government buildings to temporarily close

Private fitness centers have not been allowed to operate indoors

UCSF researchers are leading a study of blood plasma therapy touted by Trump

Study aims to determine if antibodies from recovered COVID-19 patients can help those who are sick

‘American Pathogen’ chronicles Trump’s catastrophic response to COVID-19

YouTube doc urges voters to consider president’s malfeasance around health crises

Cannabis industry may get tax break in 2021

Dispensary owners say adding to high tax burden could push some into the red

SF State laying off staff after drop in enrollment

Cuts to administrative, technical, support staff equal more than 8 percent of university work force

Broke-Ass Stuart: Our individualism is killing us

We can survive only by thinking about what benefits the most people, not what feels fun

Chinatown’s economic recovery struggling to gain momentum

Local leaders calling on The City and community members for help