The “stealth” title of the virus may be a bit of a misnomer, said Dr. John Swartzberg, an infectious disease expert at UC Berkeley.
Fully vaccinated people will again be allowed to remove their masks in indoor settings like gyms and offices under a new San Francisco health order starting Tuesday.
As the Omicron wave subsides, UCSF doctors have split into two camps on whether to lift mask mandates, especially for children.
The open letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom and others calls for lifting nearly all masking mandates for school-aged children once the Omicron wave passes.
As Omicron surges through San Francisco schools, members of the student council call for remote learning options and improved safety protocols from district leaders.
Friday, as Covid case rates in California have jumped to their highest levels yet—more than six…
Health professionals see an important divide between patients admitted “with” Covid versus those admitted “for” Covid.
San Franciscans who utilized Color’s services prior to the closures this week are reporting delays in getting their results back.
With 600 district employees absent on Tuesday, some educators worry that current safety protocols aren’t enough to stem the spread of Omicron at local schools.
A new San Francisco Covid-19 policy meant to get workers back faster is running headlong into a shortage of tests.