The City

San Francisco, Bay Area schools extend closures until May

Distance learning still under development as coronavirus cases rise

Breed: SF needs 5,000 more hospital beds, 1,500 ventilators for coronavirus surge

Bracing for a surge in coronavirus patients, Mayor London Breed said Wednesday…

Emergency child care centers remain below capacity

City expanded hours to better serve frontline health care workers with long shifts

SFPD sergeant assigned to Hall of Justice tests positive for coronavirus

Partner in SVU also reports feeling unwell

Supervisors back rent and mortgage payment moratorium

The moratorium would forgive all payments to prevent debt accumulation

To better track the spread of COVID-19, SF requires labs to report all coronavirus testing

Confirmed cases of the respiratory disease increase to 152

Crime falls as San Francisco shelters in place

Chief reports up to 25 percent decline in calls for service

Inmates under quarantine at SF Hall of Justice after deputy tests positive for COVID-19

The seventh-floor jail at San Francisco’s Hall of Justice is under quarantine…

SF announces first death from coronavirus

City officials say man in his 40s suffered from multiple underlying health conditions

Street closures urged to maintain social distancing during lockdown

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

Lockdown making it harder for domestic violence victims to get help

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

Breed says parks could close if residents don’t improve social distancing

Mayor warns: ‘You’re putting lives at stake’

Hoteliers offer up more than 8,000 rooms to house homeless, first responders

Public Health director: ‘the worst is yet to come’

City reports 131 coronavirus cases, zero deaths

The Department of Public Health has confirmed 131 coronavirus cases in San…

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

Coronavirus lockdown adds urgency to fight for protection from retaliation

Safeway deal with union grants workers extra pay, protections

Stores seeing increased business, hazards due to coronavirus

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…

CCSF Chancellor Mark Rocha placed on administrative leave, effective immediately

Controversial figure oversaw the rollout of Free City College and subsequent budget cuts

SF deputy sheriff assigned to Hall of Justice jail tests positive for coronavirus

A sheriff’s deputy assigned to the jail at San Francisco’s Hall of…

San Francisco police issue zero citations for violators of order to stay at home

Officers focus on educating citizens to remain indoors amid coronavirus outbreak