SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) — Once a COVID-19 infection sets in, the virus has extreme differences in how it impacts an unvaccinated person’s body. Throughout the pandemic, novel coronavirus proved to be lethal in some patients. “(COVID) can attack almost anything in the body with devastating consequences,” cardiologist Harlan Krumholz of Yale University told Science […]
Only one public transportation agency with service in San Francisco will still require masks next month. Beginning Oct. 1, BART will no longer require passengers aboard its trains and within its stations to wear masks as a COVID-19 mitigation measure following a vote of the agency's board of directors on Thursday night. AC Transit – which makes more than 500 trips in and out of San Francisco each week –...
SAN FRANCISCO - For many small business owners, the pandemic put a halt on their livelihoods. Now, those who withstood the ordeal are picking up the pieces. According to Harvard University's Economic Tracker, today there are 37.5% fewer small businesses open nationwide compared to January 2020, before the start of the pandemic. In California, that number is slightly higher at 39.1% "We had to close our shop for 7-months," said barbershop owner Chad Gabriel. Gabriel, the owner of the former 30SVN understands the struggle, especially in California where hair salons were not considered "essential businesses", forcing many to shutter. "A few...
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A second elderly person died after ingesting dishwashing liquid at a San Mateo senior living facility. A wrongful death suit filed by the victim's family says it was a much stronger chemical.
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A “Serious Concern” – Worrying Numbers of Pregnant Women Are Being Exposed to Cancer-Causing Chemicals
The cancer-causing chemicals can be found in dishware, hair coloring, plastics, and pesticides. According to experts at the University of California, San Francisco and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, pregnant women in the United States are being exposed to chemicals such as melamine, cyanuric acid, and aromatic amines, which can increase the risk of cancer and harm child development.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday. "After experiencing symptoms and self-quarantining at home this week, Mayor Schaaf has tested positive for COVID. She’ll follow CDC guidelines before returning to public events," according to a statement from her spokesperson Justin Berton. [NBC Bay Area]. The oldest...
City workers “resolved” tent encampments on Willow Street in the Tenderloin 33 times last year–the highest number for any street in 2021—but have only visited the alley to offer services twice so far this year, according to data acquired by The Standard through a public records request.
(KRON) — No one is immune to COVID including mayors and supervisors, especially with full schedules that often include meetings with several people and attending large events. On Monday, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf was one of hundreds at Presidio Middle School for a Salesforce Event. Her office put out a release Thursday announcing that she […]
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – Statewide mask requirements are disappearing in all indoor places, including those with lots of visitors and employees such as prisons and homeless shelters. The California Department of Public Health’s guidance now aligns with United States Centers of Disease Control and Prevention guidance for when COVID-19 cases are low. State health officials do […]
The event kicks off Saturday at 10 a.m. with a parade.
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More than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, famed puppeteer and voice actor Frank Oz says he has contracted the virus for the first time. Oz, an Oakland Technical High School graduate who got his start at Oakland’s Fairyland on Lake Merritt, tweeted Friday that he was experiencing "minor symptoms" after sharing "two meals with friends inside a restaurant."
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