East Bay Guide to Sheltering in Place

 

FEATURE

Lack of Tests Means We Still Don't Know the Full Scope of Outbreak

Despite mobilization by states and private industry, U.S. is woefully behind on testing.

NEWS

East Bay Express Joins Five-Newspaper Bay Area Alt-weekly Group

Paper is sold to locally based publisher of other weeklies.

FEATURE

Where California Stands with Coronavirus Testing

The situation is changing quickly, but progress is being made.

SEVEN DAYS

With Final Election Results Tabulated, Fall Races Bound to Be Unpredictable

In November's races, retail politics may go the way of the handshake.

FEATURE

Bay Area Cities Move to Protect Renters

Alameda joins other cities in placing a moratorium on evictions during crisis.

FEATURE

Out of a Job? Can't Pay Your Bills?

These Proposals May Keep You Afloat Amid This Pandemic

FEATURE

Coronavirus and the Census: California Fears an Undercount

Despite a delay in some deadlines, the dangers of suppressed turnout are high.

FEATURE

Ethics Complaint Filed Against Feinstein For Selling Stocks

The veteran member of the House Judiciary Committee is under the microscope for some curiously timed stock sales.

FEATURE

Citizens and Businesses Are Flouting the Distancing Guidelines

Coronavirus Journal: Parks may yet have to close, AA goes online, first death in Alameda County, and school's out for summer?

LETTERS

Letters

GUEST EDITORIALS

The Crisis Underscores the Need to Treat Students as Whole People

In the wake of the virus, we will need to pay more attention to students' feelings.

CHRONIC TOWN

Stuck-at-Home Bay Area Consumers Stocking Up on Pot

Cannabis dispensaries that offer delivery are struggling to keep up with demand.

SEVEN DAYS

Most Businesses Shuttered by Order to Shelter in Place

Sweeping orders slow life in the Bay Area to a crawl.

CHRONIC TOWN

Veterans' Advocates Look Askance at Cannabis Bills

House passes bills promoting cannabis as a treatment for vets, but critics say they're weak.

FEATURE

Imagine a World With No Toilet Paper

It's easy if you try.

FEATURE

Congress Has Starved Local Public-Health Departments

Funding is way down since the Great Recession, weakening their ability to respond to COVID-19.

FEATURE

When Crazy Turns Sensible

At first, I couldn’t fathom why my friends cancelled our dinner date.

FEATURE

My Vacation in Oakland

Looks like I won't be going to Italy next month after all.

NEWS

Panic Buying Simply Ensures That the Virus Will Spread More Quickly

Thinking about rushing to the local grocery store to stock up on toilet paper? That’s just about the dumbest thing that you could do today.

NEWS

Berkeley Accommodates Some RV Dwellers But Turns Blind Eye Toward Most

City council's plan to create new long-term parking options is a start, but not a long-term solution.

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Lack of Tests Means We Still Don't Know the Full Scope of Outbreak

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Lack of Tests Means We Still Don't Know the Full Scope of Outbreak

Despite mobilization by states and private industry, U.S. is woefully behind on testing.

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