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Street closures urged to maintain social distancing during lockdown

Rec and Park declines to close JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park

Tenants look to state bill to boost right to organize, strike

Coronavirus lockdown adds urgency to fight for protection from retaliation

Lockdown making it harder for domestic violence victims to get help

Shelter-in-place orders leave fewer options for those trying to escape

San Francisco confirms 108 coronavirus cases, zero deaths

Testing capacity remains an issue nationwide

Couple stuck in Peru after abrupt border closure

SF residents among the 1,500 U.S. citizens stuck in country due to coronavirus lockdown

Sheltering in place in these days of COVID-19

There’s an unnatural quiet in San Francisco.

One family’s coronavirus journey from China to SF

Lessons learned from four separate quarantines

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…

Threat of coronavirus outbreak in SF jails prompts early release of 26 inmates

More than two dozen inmates will be released from County Jail early…

City Hall should abolish rent and mortgage payments. Here’s why.

If we don’t protect working San Franciscans, the results could be devastating.

Teens arrested in fatal Mission District shooting after police pursuit

Two teens were arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a…

Bay to Breakers postponed to Sept. 20

‘Legacy event’ will go on for 109th consecutive year

Emergency coronavirus funding keeps embattled Seton hospital open

Newsom directs $2.7 million monthly payments to the Daly City hospital

Nurses say Kaiser not taking sufficient precautions with coronavirus

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center management is unnecessarily exposing nurses to coronavirus, nurses…

SF moves to release inmates fearing coronavirus outbreak behind bars

Expert says ‘only a matter of time’ before pandemic reaches jails

BART cuts service hours to cut losses caused by low ridership

Agency seeking financial help from local, state and federal governments

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

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

Coronavirus pushes SF e-scooter companies to ‘pause’ operations

Spin is only operator to maintain service with SFMTA’s backing

Tenderloin fatal shooting victim identified

No arrest reported in early morning incident

Coronavirus turmoil adds uncertainty to affordable housing pipeline

Current construction continues but future projects could face challenges