The city would join Marin, San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties in the agency’s medium risk category amid a recent uptick in Bay Area cases.
The city’s homelessness department has doled out more than $268 million to nonprofits in the current fiscal year, amounting to more than $1 billion since 2018.
No more masks on transit means drivers and riders take Covid protection in their own hands.
More than 10 people per month on average died of overdoses in the city’s supportive housing facilities and shelter-in-place hotels during 2020 and 2021.
The city already reached a tentative $10 million settlement with the pharmaceutical company Endo as a result of the litigation.
The city-run tent village opened in May 2020 as a temporary measure to mitigate a spike in encampments during the pandemic.
A court decision by a federal judge in Florida vacated the CDC’s masking mandate, leaving local agencies scrambling.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services ended the hospital’s participation in its programs, triggered by the hospital’s failure to fix all its deficiencies by the end of a six-month period.
Nurses organized a systemwide one-day strike calling for increased staffing and Covid safety supplies.
Outside a press conference, workers at the Tenderloin Housing Clinic decried low pay and poor working conditions.