The Chronicle began covering the coronavirus crisis before the first cases were reported in the Bay Area and a pandemic was declared. We reorganized the newsroom to dedicate nearly every resource to stories focusing on the health and economic disasters. Every day we have published live updates to reflect the most critical local, national and global updates on COVID-19, and this news is free of charge in an effort to keep our community safe and informed. • Read the previous batch of updates from Aug. 9-10. • See the full timeline. Updates from Wednesday, Aug. 12: 8:58 p.m. Marin County health officer to host community Q&A on COVID-19: Marin County Public Health Officer Dr. Matthew Willis is scheduled to answer questions about the coronavirus during a live-streamed community conversation at 4 p.m. Thursday, according to county officials. Residents can tune in on Zoom or watch live on the Marin County Facebook page. “As we surpass the 150-day mark of our pandemic response, we want to answer questions you may have regarding all things COVID-19,” county officials said in a Facebook announcement. 8:50 p.m. Santa Clara County to install touch-free pedestrian signals at busy intersections: County officials are scheduled to demonstrate… Read full this story
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