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San Francisco on verge of entering purple tier

San Francisco on verge of entering purple tier

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – Dr. Grant Colfax on Friday said San Francisco is on the verge of entering the most restrictive purple tier as early as this Sunday if case rates continue at the current pace.In a briefing, Dr. Colfax said precautions need to be taken as the Thanksgiving holiday approaches and a steady increase in virus cases has been reported.According to Dr. Colfax, San Francisco has seen an increase in cases since the beginning of October.“We are in a surge that has the potential to overwhelm our health care system,” he said.That rate increase is higher than what the city...

November 20, 2020
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Justice for Jace: Family’s tearful plea for justice echoed by San Francisco leaders

Justice for Jace: Family’s tearful plea for justice echoed by San Francisco leaders

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) – “Jace was different. My son was different. My son mattered. My son was gonna be somebody,” Jason Young said.A father in agony — a family grieving a son. 6-year-old Jace Young was killed by a stray bullet. Now, a call to action.“If this doesn’t outrage you, I don’t know what will. If this doesn’t make you stop, I don’t know what will,” Mayor London Breed said.In mourning but also demanding justice for Jace.A family’s tearful plea for justice is being echoed by San Francisco leaders.“It’s nothing nobody can tell me or his mom that will make his family feel...

July 8, 2020
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Hospitals could feel impact as coronavirus cases at San Quentin continue to skyrocket

Hospitals could feel impact as coronavirus cases at San Quentin continue to skyrocket

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) – One of the reasons Marin County is slowing down it’s reopening is the outbreak at San Quentin Prison.As cases skyrocket there, the impact could be felt at local hospitals.The outbreak of COVID-19 at San Quentin prison is getting worse.“Over 1,000 prisoners have already tested positive at San Quentin Prison,” Governor Newsom said. In fact, currently 1,021 inmates at San Quentin are positive for COVID-19 and almost all of those cases are new within the last 14 days.“What’s most concerning is the velocity of the increase in cases,” Dr. Matt Willis said.Though...

June 30, 2020
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