Scientists have developed an inexpensive new test that can rapidly diagnose COVID-19 infections, a timely advance that comes as clinicians and public health officials are scrambling to cope with testing backlogs while the number of cases continues to climb.
Update from Supervisor Gordon Mar regarding the district’s response to COVID-19.
In times of greatest challenge, I have found that an antidote to anxiety and feeling down can be to do something. Anything.
At a time of immense change, we ought to ask if this temporary trend of redistribution can become more permanent.
To meet the pressing need for personal protective equipment, or PPE, for frontline healthcare workers, a multidisciplinary team has mobilized UCSF’s 3D-printing infrastructure to engineer and produce thousands of face shields that can be used by nurses and physicians at UCSF Medical Center and beyond.
Join Assessor Carmen Chu for a Facebook Live to learn more about Covid-19 and “flattening the curve.”
In the rapidly changing environment caused by COVID-19, the SFMTA is making additional updates to Muni service. While ridership has fallen significantly, our bus operators still serve approximately 100,000 passengers a day – getting nurses, cooks, custodians, and other essential workers to their jobs.
Andytown Coffee has joined other local businesses in the healthcare delivery program to support San Francisco hospitals.
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department and the San Francisco Parks Alliance have postponed a citywide celebration originally planned for April 4 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Golden Gate Park.
While you are homebound, please note the 2020 Census is here. Once a decade, the federal government attempts to count every person living in the country. Basic demographic data is collected for each person currently living in a household, such as gender, age and race.
Editor and Publisher of the Richmond Review, Michael Durand, reflects on the COVID-19 public health crisis and how it impacts the community and the publication.
In the Sunset District, the degree to which local businesses are being affected varies based on when they were forced to close and their ability to maintain other ways to generate income. But they are all struggling to support their employees and their customers and await an uncertain future if and when they reopen.
Pandemic Prompts Shelter-in-Place Order: Businesses Struggle to Survive
Updates from Supervisor Gordon Mar on financial assistance available to citizens who need help during the coronavirus shelter-in-place order.
Buyers and sellers have been asking if the real estate market is going to drop after we get out of this mess. The answer is: it will. It is not a question of if, but when, and how much damage this crisis will do to our economy.