Coronavirus

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

Ocean Beach parking lots closed after ‘Burning Man’ event

Mayor Breed calls gathering ‘absolutely reckless and selfish’

Free meals for most SF students to return next week

SFUSD to provide food at 19 pick-up sites with help of federal waiver for lunch program

Mayor Breed, Sisters hand out masks at Dolores Park

City urging residents to stay covered up to avoid a spike in COVID-19 cases

Free coronavirus testing at Mission BART station finds high positive rate among Latino residents

Researchers found most who tested positive in study were asymptomatic, could not work from home

Confusing state eviction deal creates ‘know-your-rights’ crisis for tenants, advocates

California’s last-minute passage of an eviction moratorium bill late Monday night has…

Muni Metro closed until end of the year, maybe longer

Transit director gives SFMTA Board a ‘ballpark’ date

Salons and barbershops take their services outside

Business owners weigh the challenges and opportunities of outdoor haircuts

Immunization rates drop during COVID-19 pandemic

Public health officials fear avoidance of doctors could lead to outbreaks of other diseases

Health officials want to relax COVID rules for SROs. Advocates say they’re putting residents at risk.

Emergency order requires outreach to SRO residents within 48 hours of positive test in building

SF State, CCSF report sharp drops in fall enrollment

Distance learning, pandemic prompt some students to opt out of classes

Health officials to begin taking waiver applications from elementary schools

53 schools have indicated interest in in-person teaching so far

Get a haircut: SF to allow barber shops, salons to operate outdoors

State announces new color-coded reopening rules for counties

Struggling Port tenants eligible for rent forgiveness, relief

Businesses say ‘it’s never been this dire for us’