The landmark structure in the Marina will start housing 20 to 25 people as soon as the end of this week, with more to come — as many as 162. People will be screened for the coronavirus when they enter and there will be a curfew, Stefani said in a message shared on social media. … [Read more...] about Muni to close majority of bus lines because of coronavirus
The point is to lure young-adult eyeballs with easily consumed content in all genres - dramas, comedies, reality shows, documentaries. It's television for people who've never owned one, meant to be viewed mainly on phones or tablets, in the chunks of time that one might otherwise spend noticing one's surroundings - waiting in lines, riding in the back seat of a Lyft or forced to engage in random small talk. Quibi says: Fill all that head space with Quibi! … [Read more...] about Don’t be too quick to dismiss Quibi. It might be on to something.
This press release was produced by the Gilroy Unified School District. The views expressed here are the author's own. … [Read more...] about Santa Clara County School Superintendents’ Response To State Leaders’ Recommendation
Santa Clara County Supervisor Susan Ellenberg said in a statement that, "Today's patients will have the ability to recuperate in a safe setting while still sheltering in place (and) keeping all of our residents and essential workers protected." Santa Clara County, she said, will continue to look to local partners as well as state and federal resources to help treat COVID-19 patients. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Patients Treated At Santa Clara Convention Center
“Utilizing the convention center as a Field Respite Center backstops hospitals and other care providers preparing for a surge in COVID-19 cases,” said Dr. Jennifer Tong, the Branch Director for the Health Care Surge team within the County Emergency Operations Center. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Pandemic: Patients Begin Treatment At Santa Clara Convention Center Field Hospital