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Warriors Training Camp Postponed After 2 Players Test Positive For COVID-19The Warriors training camps had to be pushed back Tuesday after positive COVID-19 tests benched two players.
San Jose Realtor Starts Fund To Help Businesses Pay COVID FinesA San Jose business owner has launched a COVID fine fund to help other establishments stay afloat in San Mateo County where nearly 200 were cited for safety rule violations over the holiday weekend.
COVID-19: Mayors Of San Francisco, San Jose Face Backlash After Attending GatheringsMayors of San Francisco and San Jose are facing backlash over dinners they attended. Joe Vazquez reports that both city leaders are having to explain themselves.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed Warns Of Possible Muni Mass LayoffsSan Francisco Mayor London Breed is warning that budget issues stemming from the effects of the pandemic could lead to major layoffs for SFMTA workers. Wilson Walker reports.
Additional COVID Testing Available In Alameda County As Demand Rises Amid SurgeKenny Choi reports on Alameda County providing more COVID testing options and new advice on when to get tested from doctors (12-1-2020)
COVID: California Works On Vaccine Distribution PlanWith California set to receive its first COVID-19 vaccines in a matter of weeks, state health officials said the shots will be given out in phases. Renee Santos reports. (12/1/20)
San Francisco Officials Warn Of New COVID Restrictions AheadAndria Borba reports on San Francisco Mayor London Breed saying city will implement stricter COVID regulations as cases continue to rise (12-1-2020)
Raw Video: SF Mayor London Breed, Health Director Dr. Grant Colfax Update City's Coronavirus ResponseSan Francisco Mayor London Breed and Health Director Dr. Grant Colfax gave a stark and sobering update on the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic and previewed likely new restrictions to help stop the surge of cases. (12/1/20)
Coronavirus Update: Vaccine May Be Available By Christmas, New Stimulus TalksAnne Makovec reports. (12/1/20)
Marin County Poised To Join Most Of State In Purple TierThe entire Bay Area is in the state's most restrictive purple tier, except for Marin County. But the county health department says it's only a matter of time. Emily Turner reports. (12/1/20)
COVID-19: First Round Of Vaccines Could Arrive In California In A Matter Of WeeksThere is some positive news on the horizon concerning COVID-19 vaccinations. Betty Yu reports California could get its first round of vaccines in a matter of weeks.
COVID-19 Purple Tier: Curfew In Effect In Most Bay Area CountiesA curfew is in effect for most Bay Area counties now in the Purple Tier. Joe Vazquez reports Governor Newsom is warning a statewide lockdown could be on the horizon.
Travelers Arriving In Santa Clara County Face 14-Day Quarantine As COVID Cases SoarAs the flights landed at Norman Y. Mineta International Airport Monday, passengers were greeted by tough new COVID-19 restrictions including a 14-day quarantine for anyone arriving to Santa Clara County from a trip of more than 150 miles. Kiet Do reports.
COVID Purple Tier: Santa Clara County Sees Rising Cases, Hospital Prepares For Post-Thanksgiving SurgeWith COVID-19 cases continuing to rise in Santa Clara County, doctors at Regional Medical Center in San Jose are preparing for a large surge in cases that could stem from people holding gatherings over the Thanksgiving holiday. Katie Nielsen reports. (11/30/20)
UCSF epidemiologist On Next Phase Of Pandemic, Effects Of Holiday TravelUCSF epidemiologist Dr. George Rutherford discusses the next possible phase of restrictions and the impacts of holiday travel during the pandemic. Interview with KPIX 5 anchor Ken Bastida.
COVID: New Shelter-In-Place Possible For Some California Counties As Cases Shatter RecordsAs COVID-19 cases in California continue to shatter records, officials said new shelter-in-place orders could be possible for some counties in the Purple Tier. Andria Borba reports. (11/30/20)
Raw Video: Gov. Newsom Updates California Pandemic Response As State Sees Record Case NumbersCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom laid out a stark update on the record numbers of COVID-19 cases across the state and warned of a return to severe restrictions if the trends continue. (11/30/20)
Santa Clara County Enacts New Travel Restrictions Amid Highest Daily Coronavirus Case CountThe Santa Clara County Publich Health Department has issued a mandatory directive on travel that not only discourages nonessential travel, but also requires people coming into the county to quarantine for 14 days once they arrive. Emily Turner reports. (11/30/20)
Fear, Prejudice Contribute to Pandemic Slump in San Francisco ChinatownSan Francisco's Chinatown is fighting for its economic life as fear of the pandemic is causing long-time businesses to fail. John Ramos reports. (11-29-20)
Pandemic Anxiety Unleashes Comfort Food CravingsThere's a science behind those "Covid cravings" and also a way to gain back control over your diet and weight. Juliette Goodrich reports. (11-29-20)
Thousands Seek Tests for Virus in Santa Clara CountySunday was a busy day at the Santa Clara County fairgrounds where all available coronavirus test slots were taken. Da Lin reports. (11-29-20)
As Coronavirus Surges, SF and San Mateo Counties Roll Back to Purple TierWith COVID-19 cases still soaring, San Francisco and San Mateo counties were set to turn back from the red tier to the purple tier, triggering a new wave of restrictions. Betty Yu reports. (11-28-20)
Santa Clara County Issues Tough New Restrictions on Businesses, Travelers, SportsWith new COVID cases and hospitalizations continuing to surge, Santa Clara County health officials Saturday announced further restrictions on local businesses, discouraged non-essential travel and will now require a 14-day quarantine. Da Lin reports. (11-28-20)
Small Business Saturday Turns 10 in Make-or-Break Pandemic YearFor many independent businesses Small Business Saturday opens a critical holiday shopping season and, in this pandemic year, one-fifth say they will have to close if things don't get better soon. Sharon Chin reports. (11-28-20)

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