First responders in the South Bay have a new safeguard against the coronavirus. Len Ramirez shows us a place to quickly decontaminate emergency workers who get exposed to COVID-19 on the job.

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CBSN Bay Area: How to Mentally Cope During the Coronavirus PandemicCBSN Bay Area anchor Michelle Griego talks with San Francisco-based mental heal th advocate, Kevin Hines, about the ways to reduce the burdens of shelter-in-place.
Decontamination Unit Helps Protect Southbay First Responders Exposed To CoronavirusFirst responders in the South Bay have a new safeguard against the coronavirus. Len Ramirez shows us a place to quickly decontaminate emergency workers who get exposed to COVID-19 on the job.
SF Supes Pushing To Move Homeless From Shelters, Streets To Hotel Rooms FastSan Francisco supervisors are pushing an emergency ordinance to get homeless people out of unsafe shelters and streets, and into hotel rooms even faster than planned. Susie Steimle shows us the conditions inside one such shelter.
Success At 'Flattening The Curve' Likely Delaying, Reducing California's COVID-19 Case SurgeWilson Walker reports on state's efforts at social distancing paying off with models showing California's coronavirus case surge to be smaller and later that originally predicted (4-7-2020)
Already Struggling Small Businesses In South Bay Being Targeted By RobbersDevin Fehely reports on San Jose restaurants being broken into during coronavirus shelter-in-place order (4-7-2020)
Coronavirus Cleaning: Current Best Practices On Essential Grocery TripsAs Californians begin their 4th week of the coronavirus pandemic sheltering-in-place, many are adapting to ever-evolving guidance for safe grocery shopping, which now includes wearing a mask and disinfecting the groceries themselves. Kiet Do reports. (4/7/20)
TECH TUESDAY: Small Businesses Help Those on Frontline of the Coronavirus PandemicCBSN Bay Area's Ken Bastida talks with Cnet's Shara Tibken to discuss one big donation made by one Bay Area tech company.
Bay Area Rabbi Makes 'Seder To Go' Kits To Celebrate Passover Amid Coronavirus PandemicA rabbi in San Jose is helping the local Jewish community celebrate Passover while social distancing from home, by making "Seder to Go" kits. (4/7/20)
Newly Minted Livermore Nurse Heads To NY To Join Fight Against COVID-19A Bay Area nurse who just got certified is off to the front lines in New York. Don Ford tells us she is part of an army of nurses deployed to fight the war against the coronavirus.
Better Together: San Jose Restaurant Provides Hot Meals For Those On COVID-19 Front LinesDevin Fehely reports on South Bay's West Coast Beef Company giving away meals to firefighters and hospital workers (4-6-2020)
Two San Jose City Leaders Push For Coronavirus Rent FreezeJohn Ramos reports on San Jose City Council members calling for three-month rent suspension due to COVID-19 impacts (4-6-2020)
Better Together: Pacifica Distillery Makes Small Batch SanitizerMichelle Griego reports on how a Pacifica distillery has shifted from making signature vodka, rum and gin to manufacturing sanitizer (4-6-2020)
Medical Monday: COVID-19 Clinical TrialsCBSN Bay Area anchor Michelle Griego talks with Dr. Kari Nadeau, an immunologist with Stanford Healthcare to talk about a clinical trial to potentially treat coronavirus.
Oakland Announces Coronavirus Testing Site For Essential WorkersThe City of Oakland has announced a coronavirus testing site for certain workers such as those in health care, grocery store employees and homeless outreach workers. (4/6/20)
Fire Displaces 2 In Oakland NeighborhoodAt least two people were displaced following a house fire in Oakland Sunday night. (4/6/20)
Bay Area Congress Members Defend Fired Navy Ship CaptainLocal Congress members Jackie Speier and John Garamendi questioned the decision by Navy Secretary Thomas Modly to oust Capt. Brett Crozier, a Santa Rosa native, from his command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt over a leaked memo. Juliette Goodrich reports. (4-4-20)
High School Seniors Choosing Colleges Sight Unseen During COVID-19 Stay Home OrderBay AreahHigh school seniors are being forced to choose a college without ever leaving their homes. Maria Medina tells us that's because universities have canceled tours during the coronavirus pandemic.
FDA Relaxes Restrictions For Blood Donations For Gay MenThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration has relaxed blood donor restrictions for gay men due to shortages amid the coronavirus pandemic. Betty Yu talked to one gay man who insists the old rules are outdated.
VIDEO: Rico Suave's 'Birdy' Dancing Workout During COVID-19 Stay At Home OrderGianni from Pleasanton shows us how his feathered friend, 'Rico Suave' stays fit during the coronavirus stay at home orders.
Elderly SF Anti-Abortion Activist Cited For Violating Stay At Home OrderAn elderly anti-abortion activist became one of the first people in San Francisco police cited for violating the stay at home order. As Da Lin explains, police warned several times before issuing the citation.
Coronavirus News Conference: Gov. Newsom Saturday Update on State's COVID-19 ResponseGov. Gavin Newsom was critical of the low numbers of Californians who have been tested for the coronavirus and placed the blame for the slow rollout of testing squarely on his own shoulders in a Saturday address to the state. (4-4-20)
East Bay Restaurant Feeds Burritos to Emergency Workers on COVID-19 Front LineEmeryville-based Best Coast Burritos is rallying support for first responders by sending burritos to feed emergency staff in the East Bay. Andrea Nakano reports. (4-3-20)
New Rules for South Bay Marijuana Dispensaries Block In-Store Sales of Recreational PotRecreational marijuana users in Santa Clara County can no longer make in-store or curbside purchases, according to the county's new stay-at-home order. Maria Medina reports. (4-3-20)
Coronavirus Woes Beset Cruise Ship Passengers and Crew on East and West CoastsBay Area residents are among passengers in limbo aboard the Coral Princess off Fort Lauderdale; in the San Francisco Bay, a crew member for the Grand Princess cruise ship has died from COVID-19 complications in an S.F. hospital. Betty Yu reports. (4-3-20)

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