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>> overnight the house passed a measured help americans cope with the coronavirus crisis and what that means for sick leave, food programs and testing.>> if you have been shopping you have likely seen store shelves empty especially if looking for toilet paper paper towels, more on the mad rush to stock up. >> the city of san francisco setting up public handwashing stations across the city, more unwary will see those stations coming up.>> from ktvu fox 2 this is mornings on 2. spent good morning saturday march saturday, march 14. spent happy weekend. rosemary is standing by, we have rain and lots of it.
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>> on the final weekend of winter. rain in the bay area and snow in the sierra and it looks like it will last the next judaism were giving a look across the south bay where there is a cloudy and mainly dry start in areas over the north bay pick up a few the last hours. as he rolled through the second part of the morning and early afternoon you'll notice it pick up over the central and south bay receipt a few scattered showers. in and around santa rosa and towards napa and american canyon and over towards iad is a wet when from vallejo into fairfield and stretching towards richmond and the richmond san rafael bridge. this will be the start, temperatures will be falling, it will be breezy with often on rain not only for today but into sunday, monday and maybe into to stay, better details coming up in just a little bit.
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>> 167 cases of coronavirus have been reported in the bay area and santa clara county has seen the largest jump at 79 total, two of died in the county including a person in the 80s yesterday, san francisco reporting 23 cases and five were reported yesterday the contra costa county now has 25 confirmed cases. california there have been 282 cases of coronavirus thomas six people have died in the state, 11,000 people are self quarantined in the state after returning to the us from travel.>> johns hopkins university medicine said the us has 2100 confirmed cases, numbers close to 2100 adding cases on cruise ships, look at the number of cases within each state we've highlighted washington, new york and california and massachusetts, estates in gray have the fewest virginia has zero cases.
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u.s. senate reconvenes on monday and should quickly re- pass a measure helping americans deal with the coronavirus in the house approved the bill 363-40 in the late friday night session and house speaker nancy pelosi and the treasury secretary hammered out the specifics, the families first coronavirus response derrontae's two weeks of paid sick leave, food programs for children, seniors and low income people and free covid 19 testing for anyone who needs it.>> testing, testing, testing . there is no question about the testing, some challenges about language and that is why it took so long.>> the speaker is promising another package that will include aggressive steps to boost the economy and meantime the president is taking his own actions declaring the coronavirus a crisis.>> i am officially declaring a national emergency, two very big words.
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>> the declaration provides as much as $50 billion for state and local governments to respond to the outbreak and the president also announced a range of executive actions including a partnership with private companies walmart, target, walgreens and cvs will open up parking lots at sites where covid 19 tests can be administered.>> the stocks bounced back on friday on the news of this emergency declaration and stocks surged 9% and the rally nearly erased thursday's plunge and the dow was up 1985 and the nasdaq sword 673 and the s&p was up 230. in spite the rallies in the markets remain an uncertain territory and some are concerned the disruption of business and schools and businesses closing is pushing the country into a recession. apple is temporarily closing all of its retail stores outside of china amid the coronavirus outbreak and apple
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close all their stores in china at the height of the outbreak but it a statement yesterday all of them have reopened and stores outside of china will be closed until march 27.>> the coronavirus pandemic is expected to trigger more panic buying a bay area scores all weekend long. >> elissa harrington you have been watching shoppers the past few days and what is the situation? what good morning, there was a lot of people waiting to get inside of 10 or 15 and those who have come out so far have only bought a few items, not what i saw yesterday were people were filling entire shopping carts but again i was at cosco and safeway yesterday and it sprouts today people just getting a few items like eggs, produce and trying to avoid huge crowds that are bound to come by later this morning. i want to show you video from cosco yesterday, all of the cost goes around the bay area are externally busy and other
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concord cosco shoppers were limited to one package of toilet paper, one package of paper towels and one package of water. some shoppers were masks and gloves. >> i do not want to get sick or spread to anyone and i figured if i will be in a place with so many people i will play it safe.>> the shopping frenzy left a nearly empty frozen food sections in trader joe's as well as sparse shelves of meat and produce and toilet paper completely sold out holding the medications hard to find a different stores and psychologists say many are shopping out of anxiety. >> we are social animals and when we see other people doing things it makes it feel like we should do it and another reason is because a lot of people think to themselves i would rather be wrong about buying too much then be wrong about not having enough.
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>> employees that sprouts have been restocking shelves this morning and supermarkets expected to be very busy this weekend and this is the first weekend says things escalated with the coronavirus although a lot of people have been working from home the past few days in walnut creek elissa harrington ktvu fox 2 news under the thousands of area students are been told to stay home for the next three weeks in school closures in mount diablo, oakland, antioch, pittsburgh and vallejo plus public schools and san marin, san mateo, other districts include san francisco and berkeley made the decision to close on thursday and we know that orinda district has decided to close in school districts say the effort is to keep families healthy.>> it is likely the committee will be seeing many more cases of covid 19 in the coming weeks and
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months.>> i am surprised it is not more of a national conversation. >> yesterday governor gavin newsom signed an executive order to ensure schools will not lose state funding during the closures stanford university is canceled crosses but an undergraduate has tested positive for coronavirus and student having urged to leave campus by next wednesday at the latest and there is only limited housing are those who have nowhere else to go. starting today remaining student will no longer be able to get meals and dining hall and they will be given prepackaged meals to eat elsewhere following the closure of several east bay schools gold of a warrior star steph curry and wife made an announcement to make sure that students get enough to eat the couples making a donation to the alameda county community food bank and they say that 18,000 students rely on the oakland school district for their meals.>> we ask that you rally with us and we are working with the alameda food bank and the oakland unified school district to make sure kids are getting
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their meals.>> trying to do our part and hopefully you can join with us and fight with us and have each other's backs as we go through this uncertain time in our community.>> with schools close in san francisco the city's opening recreation and library facilities as emergency childcare facilities, mayor london breed say they will be available for children and parents on the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak and low income families, san francisco unified is also offering free breakfast and lunch pickup at 14 sites open to all children 18 years and younger today nurses from all over the state will protest the government's response to the coronavirus, they will stage rallies all week demanding better protections for nurses, patients and the general public and they are protesting the cdc's relaxant guidelines for healthcare workers dealing with patients with this virus and nurses and hospitals are not doing enough to make sure they have the proper equipment and
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training needed. a couple of weeks ago this would have been the big story because it is the biggest rainfall that we have had since what, december?>> we are looking at an inch or 2 inches of rainfall which is a big deal for us this time of year and is no should pileup over the sierra and as we get into the weekend we're looking at not only an advisory for those who want to travel up but wind and snow continues until monday and perhaps to say that it has to do with the system on your screen, do you see the center of the storm to the north of us? it will continue to work its way south and as it does we will continue to get wraparound moisture. today should be more of a widespread rain for the start and tomorrow it turns more showery meaning on and off, on and off which is the trend we will see last until monday and maybe even into st. patrick's day tuesday.
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speaking of green there it is on the screen, st. helena, napa and vallejo covered in showers and interstate 80 looks to be hazardous with moderate rain over fairfield, it goes towards vallejo and shifting into the north and east bay with areas of her hercules, richmond, berkeley, concord and walnut creek but we had a live shot of elissa harrington a moment ago and you could tell there was wet pavement, now this is a look into the sierra were snow levels are dropping to 2500 feet even. higher elevations are expected to pick up 3 to 5 feet of snow when it is all said and done which is great news. now for us we will have half an inch to an inch and a half for most of the urban areas and the hills may see a little more and it will be breezy. it was breezy yesterday and the breeze will continue on with snow levels down to 2500 feet we could see a little snow on our hills eventually. or the sierra the winter storm warning goes until monday
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getting up. when i come back i look at temperatures for today because in addition to this it will bring very cool temperatures, more on this just a moment. a handful of people remain on the grand princess cruise ship docked at the port of oakland and coming up, when they could disembark and when the ship will leave the bay>> bay area amusement parks responding to coronavirus, how great america and discovery kingdom are changing their plans when we come back. ♪ do you recall, not long ago ♪ we would walk on the sidewalk ♪ ♪ all around the wind blows ♪ we would only hold on to let go ♪ ♪ blow a kiss into the sun ♪ we need someone to lean on
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>> the mayor of san francisco issued a moratorium on all visits to the city the next 30 days and mayor london breed made this announcement yesterday for all residents should be able to stay secure in their homes doing this public health emergency and the eviction moratorium protects anyone in the city suffering a loss of income caused by the pandemic in the city of san francisco is setting up public handwashing stations across the city and 19 stations are in place existing public portable restrooms and san francisco city officials say 10 more handwashing stations will be set up within the next week. and bart is trying to reassure its writers it is safe to ride the trains during this public health crisis.>> the bart
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general manager posted this video on instagram showing how the personal nylon straps can be used to avoid touching metal bars and straps on bart trains and asks passengers of the strap is something they would use and they want to know if passengers want them before the order more and the new safety campaign comes in response to a huge drop and bart ridership since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak. >> churches and religious institutions around the bay area taking steps to avoid the spread of coronavirus as well, san jose catholic diocese is canceling mass and an east bay church will be streaming service online but the pastor of the bay church in concord set on a typical sunday 3000 people attend services but over the next several weeks they will be logging in to share their scripture.>> we want to honor the civic leaders have taken all the effort they are doing so we can curb this whole thing and get ahead of it and at the same time not disconnecting from our people who need that personal touch.>>
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tomorrow their church will offer drive through prayer in the parking lot. >> area theme parks are making changes because of the coronavirus, vallejo's discovery kingdom will temporarily close and also magic mountain in southern california until at least the end of march, there have not been any reported cases of the virus at the parks but they want to ensure their guests and staff are safe and great america in santa clara postpone the start of its season as well, they plan to open march 21 but they will open on april 4. their parent company has closed. several events are slated for today in the bay area which have been canceled because of coronavirus, the city of dublin canceled its annual st. patrick's day celebration and san francisco canceled the cities st. patrick's day parade, alameda vintage fashion fair has been canceled, and brave the shave event and the ucf children's hospital in oakland has been postponed to
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august 8 and the premier of dark girls at paramount theater in oakland has been canceled as well open there is a saving grace.>> we have the rain and it is nice that we get it. >> feels like a real rain. it will not only last thursday for the next few days will be a good weekend to be indoors, hanging out and reading a good book or watching a good movie. we are with the wet weather already over parts of the bay area and it will become more widespread getting into the second part of the morning and the early afternoon. the storm will continue its southerly track and as it does widespread rain expected today and scattered showers expected to continue sunday, monday and maybe tuesday. we're seeing some of the rainfall into the north bay and valley locations, st. helena, napa and on the edge sonoma towards vallejo and i 80 is a bit of a hectic commute from areas around fairfield and stretching into vallejo,
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hercules with rain falling over richmond as well as into berkeley. this is just the beginning and we will see that going on, this sierra the snow is continuing and if you're joining us there is an advisory for tribal until monday afternoon. future cast at 10 you can see more widespread the north bay and central bay and intoabout there you have it with widespread rain continuing, 3 pm in the afternoon and it begins to pull away from the north they but it is still pretty steady over areas of the central and south they in the north they will continue with on and off rain even though the line has shifted. into the evening hours the widespread rain will pull out and on sunday as well as monday it will be the on and off type of stuff, isolated thunderstorms embedded and with that we get rainbows which is nice future cast model when it comes to rainfall we have half inch to an inch and a half
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expected in the urban areas and enter hills may be morbid temperatures this morning warmer than where we started yesterday, mid 40s to the 50s around the bay area, 55 around oakland but look at afternoon highs. a cool day, mid 50s in san francisco and upper 50s around san jose and livermore and that is it. we will remain with the school temperatures today, tomorrow, and into the extended forecast. temperatures on sunday not much better and even cooler on monday, to say a slight rebound on wednesday, all the 70s we have been experiencing and enjoying are no longer the case. but thankfully the wet weather. >> we had to get all the way through winter to get it. coming up next not everyone has been able to get the
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coronavirus test, the criteria being used and why some with symptoms are now being turned away.>> three women targeted separate attacks on east bay trail and how police say the public can help identify the suspect.>> after all the tv morning news shows and we still live online engaged and connected to the most relevant coronavirus concerns. >> we aim to calm your fears but most of all give you the latest information spent weekdays go to ktvu.com or our live app, the power to know everywhere that you go. ♪ dramatic choir music ♪ dramatic choir music ♪ dramatic choir music
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the antioch police department for 15-year-old accused of fatally shooting a boy at deer valley high school on the contra costa county district attorney's office charged pittsburgh resident dave jan allison in court last month for the homicide and detectives believe that he fled
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the area and some may be harboring him he accused of killing jonathan parker following a basketball game during a bethel game of deer valley and antioch. women should not walk or jog along a popular recreation area near walnut creek and investors say the same it has got three women this month at the iron horse trail near and over crossing. the latest assault was thursday evening and this man came from behind and interpersonally touched a woman and she was not physically injured and even chased after him but he got away a man fitting a similar description attacked two other women a few hundred yards away on march 4, and again on march 11.>> these are three very serious and honestly very scary events which have occurred over the past 10 days.>> it is sad because i was raised here and i grew up here and now to hear it
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is not safe i never thought about it before is scary.>> the attacker is described as white, 25 to 27 years of age, between 5'9" and 5'10" tall, dark care, a beard and perhaps a goatee and he wore dark athletic clothing. the head groundskeeper at berkeley golf course was arrested on suspicion of possessing child pornography, 46-year-old kevin shipley of berkeley was arrested at the golf course and according to police a tip led them to him that has online accounts with what is described as a child sex abuse images and he is being held on $20,000 bail sfpd said 17 suspects with alleged ties to them a 13 street gang are behind bars this morning but they are facing federal charges in connection with a series of violent attacks across the city's mission district, a surveillance camera captured one crime a group of men attacked two genders outside of a pizza parlor on 15th and valencia and police say is one of several attacks during this
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reign of terror the past several years.>> these arrests provide a sense of comfort and relief to the residents.>> investigators a suspect mostly targeted people they thought were rival gang members and 17 men face a wide range of crimes including attempted murder and racketeering. airports are entered across the country amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus i coming up will hear from travelers about their trips and what they noticed as residents scrambled to get flights.>> shoppers at a frenzy at local grocery stores stocking up on everything and after the break will take a look at the mad rush this weekend. >> downloaded the new fox 2 weather app , the power to prepare.
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>> need a doctor? there is an app for that and amid coronavirus fears the use of telemedicine is on the rise and why the video option is so valuable right now>> quarantined for more than two weeks and on lockdown in a cruise ship, when evacuee describes his frustration. >> from ktvu fox 2 news this is mornings on 2 . >> happy saturday one and all, the weekend is here and thank goodness, it has been a long week for everyone across the nation and across our globe but we have good news and that
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picture tells the story, we have finally got some rain and it is a good soaker and it has been a long time, good morning i'm frank mallicoat . >> good morning i am claudine wong and let's get a look at the weather with resume.>> yes good morning, rain is falling and a beautiful shot of the golden gate bridge shows you not only wet but breezy today and temperatures will be falling. this is a winter storm on the final weekend of winter, let's look at where the rainfall is at the moment over areas of the north bay, widespread early on but now scattered showers reported from santa rosa petaluma and novato and sausalito getting in on that, you see the golden gate bridge and a little bit of green, to the east with napa, alejo and i 80 covered at the moment and fairfield all the way into davis then stretching back our direction, in and out of light
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rain just around the bay bridge areas and around emeryville and it will last. temperatures expected to be into the mid-50s this afternoon that will be cool, cloudy and wet. chance of thunderstorms in the forecast especially tomorrow and i will break this down plus snow in the sierra, more coming up. expect long lines at the store once again today as people continue to panic baez coronavirus fears think and and elissa harrington is live in sprouse at walnut creek this morning where the rush is on our their products already sold out? >>reporter: i spoke to a woman who said there were certain areas of the store where they do not have much of anything left but the good news is a bread truck just rolled up so they are restocking the bread. that same shopper only got a few items. she said that is because she wanted to beat the crowds.>> it
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is scary and i cannot believe we are reacting this way but i was over at safeway the other day and a family had three hole baskets full of toilet paper.>> cost goes around the bay area were externally busy the past few days and at the concord cosco shoppers were limited to one package of toilet paper, one paper towel and one water and some shoppers were masks and gloves a shopping frenzy left a nearly empty frozen food section inside of trader joe's the store was running low on meat and produce, toilet paper completely sold out. consumer psychologists say many a shopping out of anxiety and people would rather have too much of something that not enough. >> there have been a lot of footage of people carrying out massive quantities of toilet paper and people think to themselves what would life be like if i did not have toilet paper and it is just not good.>> i have been at the grocery source the past few days and one thing i'm noticing
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here is a lot of people are buying just a few items, at least that is what we are seeing this morning, they're getting their fresh produce and eggs and getting their milk, i am not seeing full shopping carts here at sprouts. at costco yesterday it was nuts, safeway as well, people filling their carts as high as they could go. certainly people are trying to stock up in case they have to stay at their homes and extended time. elissa harrington ktvu fox 2 news . this morning a handful of passengers are still on for the grand princess cruise ship docked in the port of oakland and the ships operator says nearly all of the 2400 passengers have disembarked with 14 international passengers confined to their rooms, they are waiting for arrangements to get back to their home countries, 1000 crewmembers are still on the ship which is expected to be at the port at least another day. for major cruise lines have agreed to suspend all outbound cruises from us ports for 30
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days and the companies are norwegian, royal caribbean, carnival and msc cruises and the state department and cdc advisor later this week for traveling on ships because of coronavirus and disney cruise is suspending tours as well>> passengers evacuated from the grand princess still in quarantine at military bases through out the country and we checked in with one passenger transported to a facility in miramar, michael who is from chico says he is restless and frustrated and must now deal with another set of new problems, he took the coronavirus test thursday and is waiting for results. in an interview he said that he's worried the quarantine could be extended, three people in his quarantined group of 600 just tested positive.>> another case pops up and we start off at zero and we do not know where they were, if they were in this building that i just added days to our sentence they are not giving us any credit
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for time served on the ship.>> the other problem includes a mixup of his luggage, while the luggage belonging to passengers at other bases are in san diego, his was sent to travis air force base and fairfield and he said the cell phone service among the quarantine group was just cut off apparently because i'm not arranged payment for roaming charges >> the cdc is urging people across the country to use telemedicine options during this pandemic and the agency says consulting through a cell phone or home computer with a doctor keep people at home and prevent coronavirus from spreading and these so-called virtual visits are not new but many health experts say telemedicine could provide more valuable than ever help during this crisis could>> i can see the patient and see their speech pattern and what symptoms they are manifesting visible to me.
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>> this is a way to provide care that is convenient and affordable and accessible in a way that most americans have not thought of until now.>> telemedicine makes up 1% of all doctor visits in the us but that number is expected to rise dramatically in the weeks ahead as more more people contact their doctor during this outbreak. some people who wanted to be tested for the coronavirus are not getting one now come even if you are showing the symptoms. bay area counties are using cdc guidelines for testing that using some discussion for example in contra costa county in order to be tested need to fit into a particular category like being elderly, pre- existing condition or coming into contact with a known positive case. >> i was told i do not fit into the risk category, i am not elderly and i do not have any of the health conditions that are required to have that and they said that even if they do the test the health department would not process it. >> right now there is still a
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shortage of test here in the united states but santa clara health officials say testing capabilities should improve dramatically in the coming days and weeks. >> in the city of alameda eight firefighters have been quarantine after being exposed to a colleague with confirmed case of coronavirus and the mercury news reporting the additional eight are awaiting test results and the city spokesperson said the alameda fire station remains fully staffed the firefighters who tested positive are quarantined outside the county. a total of eight san jose firefighters had tested positive for the coronavirus, other firefighters expose are being monitored and two stations have undergone deep cleaning and the fire department says it has been able to back fill the vacant positions and an additional tsa worker at the san jose airport assess a positive, he was stationed at the security identification display doors, a person last march 7 and tested positive on thursday.
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two in my fifth santa clara county jail are under quarantine after being as close to the coronavirus and jail officials say they were exposed to the virus by a visitor mercury news reports the visitor was a defense attorney from the public defender's office who went to see an inmate and tested positive for the virus later us visits at 10 federal prisons the next 30 days due to coronavirus and according to their bureau of prisons no inmates or staff have tested positive thus far and the agency says the decision to temporally suspend visits, curtail staff travel and pause inmate transfers is being taken out of an abundance of caution. santa clara county health department said a second person dionus coronavirus and the county has now died and she was a woman in her 80s this news came at the same time the county revises earlier ban on crowds of more than 250 people and starting tomorrow the number will drop to just 100. the counties public health officer made this announcement ring and emotional news
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conference.>> we are balancing the public health need to slow the spread of infection with a significant impact that we know these actions will have on the lives of our residents.>> this new county ordinance place restrictions on smaller gatherings of 35 to 100 people and it will remain in effect for at least the next three weeks but>> san francisco has prohibited nonessential gatherings of 100 or more people in that order from the health department went to place immediately and restaurants with the capacity of more than 100 are asked to reduce their capacity by half, it doesn't apply to essential operations like government services, healthcare, transit and retail establishments. you can find more coverage on the coronavirus situation on coronavirus now.com and articles and videos from around the country, find a daily live stream and live digital broadcast every weekday beginning at 10 am right here on channel 2.
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now let's talk about the weather because if you are waking up the rain they said was coming and that you said was coming is here.>> something to smile about, a soggy and good weekend to be indoors and if you're going to be outdoors be prepared for the wet weather and breezy weather but also cool weather with afternoon highs only the 50s today san jose we have a little bit of a glow from the sunshine san jose not much rain falling on you yet but that will change later this morning and into the afternoon. now this is the storm many see the center of the circulation over the north edge of california been this will shift into the coming days and it will make a southerly track. as it does the widespread rain will go away but the on and off scattered sure activity will last only through sunday, monday and maybe even into tuesday. giving a look at what is going on right now areas along highway 12, a little wet weather north of sonoma and shifting into napa we have
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light rain falling, american canyon and i 80 has been wet since the start of the show this morning at 7 am, fairfield all the way to davison's stretches back our direction, richmond and berkeley and emeryville, all the small communities along i 80, 580 and the richmond san rafael bridge and the golden gate bridge read a nice pretty shot of rain and inside san pablo bay and the bay bridge with rain. this will continue into the afternoon, snow is falling in the sierras and the levels are just below 4000 feet and they will continue to drop all the way down to 2500 feet eventually which means we make it a little snow which is good news and fantasy. this advisory for travel along all the highways up towards tahoe lasting until monday afternoon. it will be treacherous, white out conditions and we could see up to 5 feet of new snow by the end of it for higher
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elevations. for us anywhere from half an inch to an inch and a half expected, maybe 2 inches in the hills, wind in the hills as we speak. when i come back i'll have a look at temperatures for today and into the extended forecast and i will timeout the system and what is to come.>> the entertainment industry is being hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak. coming up we will take a look at what it means for everything from amusement parks to the summer's most anticipated movies.>> weekends in san francisco are getting quieter as people change their habits and popular venues shut down due to the spread of the coronavirus. california phones offers free specialized phones... like cordless phones. - ( phone ringing ) - big button, and volume-enhanced phones.
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place at midnight and some europeans are also using circumstances to extend their vacations here in the states>> i guess it is the same all over the world, i do not think it is any better or worse in the us than it is in europe or anywhere else. it doesn't matter where you are just take precautions and try to keep it down is the important thing. >> airlines are still flying to and from europe though on a drastically reduced schedule. >> the state of louisiana has postponed its president primary because of the virus, louisiana is the first state in the country to postpone its election due to the virus and the primary was scheduled for april 4 it will now take place on june 20. the dnc is changing up sunday's debate because of the pandemic. it is being moved from arizona to washington dc to minimize travel. the coronavirus has disrupted the entertainment industry.
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>> reporter kevin mccarthy has a look at all of the delayed movie openings and broadly closings and cancellations>> i will break down how the coronavirus is affecting the entertainment industry. the latest blockbusters to be delayed due to the coronavirus including past nine moving from may 2020 to april 2021 and a quiet place part two also postponed to an unannounced release date and disney's mulan moved from march moved from march 27 to an unannounced release date as well. rewinding back to march 4 the latest james bond film, no time to die, moved seven months from april to november 2020. the big question now is what will happen to the global release of the new marvel studios film black widow with a domestic release scheduled of may 1, late-night hosts have moved to recording their shows without in studio audiences.
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broadway has gone dark by suspending all show performances through april 12. major festivals have postponed or canceled including stagecoach moving to october and last month the austin-based music and arts festival sxsw was given for the first time in a 34 year history. concerts worldwide are being postponed, pearl jam took to twitter with having to cancel the first leg of the north american tour, tom hanks and his wife rita wilson took to social media thing they both tested positive for coronavirus and hanks recently updated the world via twitter from isolation in australia with his wife rita saying remember, despite all the current events there is no crying in baseball.>> there is no crying in baseball.>> i am kevin mccarthy for the fox entertainment all-stars>> a big change in plans for one couple in berkeley, john is a estimate that were hoping to tie the
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knot on durant avenue but their wedding party was too large for the venue and so they got married in their backyard. and last night they held a reception with 50 family members and close friends that they gather restaurant on oxford.>> it certainly has put a pinch i was in a lifetime opportunity but we're making the best of it.>> the couples guest list was cut in half as many out-of-towners were afraid to travel. >> but a hearty congratulations to the bride and groom. the crisis has taken a huge toll on san francisco's nightlife and bouncers outside of many of the city's hotspots are applying had a sanitizers to those going into the bars and restaurants and businesses are now down as much as 80% in many of those nightspots as many people are staying home. this weekend is last call for many bars where the doors will close it for a couple of weeks.>> this will result in
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massive bankruptcy and massive carnage and the business settings.>> bar owners are dealing with more than just health scares, they are taking a huge hit from all of the televised sports events that have been canceled or put on hold a retired couple in australia is re-creating a cruise experience from the comfort of their own living room after their trip was canceled because of the coronavirus check out this video. there are nora and dave sitting in their bathrobes on their couch, actually they are in lounge chairs, drinking wine and watching footage of the ocean on their tv been good for them but i love it. the couple was supposed to go on a ten-day pacific island crews to celebrate the 53rd wedding anniversary but they canceled the trip out of an abundance of caution and the reason they lasted so long
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together is because look at that, making the best of the situation.>> those two look like fun people.>> make room on the couch as we are coming over. outside the rain is falling in some areas and for the rest not experience the rain it is coming with several days of it in the forecast, giving you i look at a wet approach, i believe that is to the richmond san rafael bridge, golden gate reporting rain and we have some on the bay bridge, areas over the north they and portions of the east basing rain and the south bay not just yet and the peninsula looks mainly dry. this is a view at the storm and this is a look at the center of the circulation and it will make a circular and southerly track and the circulation will bring wraparound moisture sunday, monday and maybe even into tuesday. widespread rain for saturday and then on and off shower activity which goes on for the next few days. i look at highway 12, a little
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bit of rain just north of sonoma and st. helena we may have some overhead, i 80 has been wet must of the morning, fairfiled getting moderate rain and vallejo it looks like from your area all the way into berkeley with light and steady rain, i 80, 580 and over towards the inner east bay and orinda along highway 24 it is a wet one and coming over towards walnut creek. as we shift further east you can see fairfiled has a little bit of a bull's-eye over that area with moderate rain falling the sierra is picking up snow already this morning and there is an advisory already in place this morning that goes until monday afternoon for travelers be prepared. it will be quite hectic getting along 80 and driving around the tahoe area the next few days now for us at 11 am you see more widespread coverage of rain and into the afternoon there is more to come, into the late part of the day still
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falling over the bay area. into the evening hours it finally pulls away but look at what is going on here, again on and off scattered shower activity, lasting possibly into tuesday with isolated storms a possibility and this is the kind of weather that brings on rainbows so will likely see pictures of that, rainfall amounts anywhere from half an inch to an inch and a half in the urban areas and a little more in the hills and speaking of the hills, breezy wind, mount diablo 33 mile-per-hour, so a cloudy, wet, breezy and cool day, temperatures right now the mid-40s into the 50s and into the afternoon you notice the change, mid-fifties to upper 50s at best and not like the 60s of yesterday or the 70s of a few days ago. extended temperatures will not change much, we remain in the cool pattern and soggy the next few days which i am happy to
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>> welcome back, the masters golf first major championship of the year has been postponed for april, it was scheduled april 9 through the 12 in augusta. of course this is the fifth pj event that will not be play during its scheduled weekend, the masters dates back to the early 30s and never has been played outside of the month of april but the health and well- being of everyone assisted with the event and the citizens of the augusta community led to this decision, it may be played at a later date closer to home
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what we thought would be the only game in town will not be now, the indoor football league oakland panthers were set to play their franchise debut today against the iowa barnstormers but that will not happen and indoor football league has suspended the season until further notice.>> nascar and indycar put it in reversing canceled upcoming races to that of the coronavirus and originally the plan was to race without fans that both have decided to shut down completely, nascar was scheduled to race sunday at atlanta motor speedway but that and next weekend's race in miami was called off likewise for the indy race which was scheduled to open its season in st. petersburg. >> no golfing, no driving and now no running, boston marathon organizers postponing the event initially scheduled for april 20 and they will hold off until september 14 and this after officials in the boston area expressed concerns for the 31,000 registered runners in the 1 million or so that show up to watch them run but another complication with president trump's order of restricting most european traveled united states,
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thousands of the runners every year do come from europe and africa with the rest of the nba season, the warriors are making sure that chase center employees are well taken care of the organization announced the team, players, and coaches are pledging $1 million to disaster relief fund for workers and they have employed more than 1000 employees with jobs ranging from concessions to security and guest services been and zion williamson who now plays for the new orleans pelicans said the next 30 days he will cover the salaries of employees at the smoothie king center. he said on instagram this is a small way for me to spread my support and appreciation of all of those wonderful people who have been so great to me and my teammates and hopefully we can all join together to relieve some of the stress and hardship caused by this national health
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crisis. >> the city of san francisco is setting up public handwashing stations, more on when you will see more stations across the city.>> and steph curry and his wife have stepped up to help the community and what they are doing to make sure the students get healthy meals while schools have been shut down. >> it is raining out there. a little bit of a soaker this morning which is great news because we are very far behind in what we should have at this point. welcome to mornings onto on the saturday march 14. happy weekend, everyone.
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>> i was up at tahoe on tuesday. a great day of skiing at melrose but they need snow and now they are getting the snow but with the coronavirus, a lot of people are seeing what appeared >> i know and they all told me they are changing some of their protocols for how people go up there in ski so you're lucky you got that in when you did. >> was fabulous. >> and getting up there for the weekend will be treacherous. you got to wait till next week. we are looking at what weather across the bay area this morning. it's going to continue for the next few days and we are looking at a good amount of snow for this year. were talking about four-feet of snow at the higher elevations. a big hallelujah for that. giving you a look at where we are seeing the light rain at this time. novato has a few squiggles over the error. napa and really it shifted into the central bay. let's look at what's going on stretching over the golden gate. light rain and sausalito and
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tiburon also covenant. the bay viewed district and shipping over to the coast with pacifica with light rain. and into the east bay a little more widespread from the east bay shore well in limpet including areas like montrose, cocker, walnut creek and highway 24 is a slick commute at the moment. snow already falling in the sierra. today we will have clear and breezy conditions. widespread rain turning to occasional showers by the second part of the afternoon and into sunday. more of the same. thunderstorms will be a possibility. details on this pleasure numbers coming up in just a little bit. >> the bear, 167 cases of the coronavirus have been reported. santa clara county has seen the largest jump in cases at 79 total. two people died in that county including a person in their 80s yesterday. temp and cisco is reporting 23 cases with five of those reported yesterday and contra costa county now has 25 confirmed cases. in company, there have been 282
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confirmed cases of the coronavirus paired six people have died in that state. about 11,000 people are self quarantined in the state after returning to the u.s. from travel. >> the new york governor announced the latest deaths. the victim was an 82-year-old woman who was battling emphysema and checked into the hospital march 3. john's hopkins university said the united states has more than 2200 confirmed cases with about 50 deaths so far. this map list the number of cases within each state. washington, new york, california and massachusetts are highlighted because they have the most cases. states and greg have the fuse. west virginia by the way has zero. the u.s. senate reconvenes on monday and is expected expected to pass the measure to help americans deal the virus. the house approved a bill in a
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late friday night session. house speaker nancy pelosi and the treasury secretary stephen mnunchin hammered out the specifics. the families first coronavirus response act guarantees two weeks of paid sick leave, food programs for children, seniors on low income people plus free covid-19 testing for anyone who needs it. >> testing, testing, testing. and there is no question about the testing. there were some challenges of that but that is what took so long. >> speaker pelosi's packet promising another package that includes aggressive steps to boost the economy. in the meantime the president is taking his own action to clear the coronavirus a crisis. >> i'm officially declaring a national emergency. two very big words. >> that declaration provides as much as $50 billion for state and local governments to respond to the outbreak. the prison also announced a range of executive actions including a partnership with some private companies, walmart, target, while grades and cbs will open up their
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parking lights as sites were covid-19 testing can be administered. >> you can expect long lines at the grocery stores once again today. trader joe's was crazy yesterday. people continue to panic by as the coronavirus fears are sinking in. we are at sprouts at walnut creek in the spay. i imagine the mad dash is on. good morning. >> the parking lot is starting to fill up. more more people are coming to stock up on supplies. we saw one shopper wearing a mask and gloves. sprouts opened right at 7:00 am. there was a line waiting outside the door. i got a chance to talk to some of those early shoppers. they say they wanted to beat the crowds. >> this is a surprise because i come here every saturday morning at this time. and like me and maybe usually two other shoppers. today it's like madness. >> it's scare. i can't believe we are reacting this way.
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i was at safeway the other day and some family had three baskets of toilet paper. >> anyone who has been to the grocery store recently knows just how busy they have been. cosco around the bay area are extremely busy disappeared i was at the concorde cosco where shoppers were limited to one package of toilet parent, went back to paper towels and one package of what appeared some shoppers there wore masks and others were gloves to protect themselves. the shopping frenzy left a nearly empty frozen food section inside of trader joe's protester was also running low on meat and produce. toilet paper come almost everywhere, complete and sold out. consumer psychologists say many shoppers are going to the store and stocking up on all these items out of anxiety. people would rather have too much of something them not enough. >> there has been a lot of footage of people carrying out massive quantities of toilet paper and then people think to themselves, what would life like if i didn't have toilet paper and it is just not good.
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>> so this morning at sprouts, we have been seeing a mix of shoppers. we have seen some people that just wanted to run in early beat the crowds and grab a few items like eggs or fresh produce. we also have seen people filling up their carts with multiple bags. getting ready for the possibility of staying at their homes for an extended period of time. hundreds of thousands of bay area students are being told to stay home for the next three weeks. there are a lot of school closures to talk about. there's a long list that includes mount diablo district, oakland unified, and it, pittsburgh and vallejo. public schools in palo alto and all santa clara and san mateo public schools. other districts including seven cisco berkeley made the decision on thursday to close. piedmont all decided last night to close. some are going to try distance learning. stanford university arctic cancel classes but known
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undergraduate student there tested positive for coronavirus. they are being urged to leave campus by next wednesday at the latest. only limited housing for students with nowhere else to go. students can no longer get meals in the dining hall they will instead get prepackaged deals to eat elsewhere. >> following the closures, silvery spay schools with golden state warrior star steph curry and his wife made an announcement to make sure students get enough to eat. the couples making a donation at the alameda county food bank. they say 18,000 students all rely on the oakland school district for meals. >> we are asking you to rally with a spade we are working with the alameda food bank and oakland unified school district to make sure that kids are getting their meals. >> we're trying to do our part and hope you can join the fight with us as we go through this uncertain time in our community.
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>> of with schools closed in san francisco, the city's opening wreck and library facilities as emergency childcare facilities. the mayor said it will be available for kids and parents on the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak and low income families. that will start tuesday and seven cisco unified is offering free back breakfast and lunch pickups at 14 sites. that is open to children 18 and younger. >> everyone making new rules and trying to have a new way of doing things. bail results and heavenly and norstar and as they will not serve meals in terms of sitting down. they will have prepackaged appeared they don't want you to write a chairlift with anyone else and less it's people in your party. and they're finally getting snow up there after what has been a very dry and frustrating winter for skiers and snowboarders. >> what can they do? we are all sort of like trying
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to be diligent and do what we can and we don't know if we need to calm down or join the crowd or where we are supposed to be going. when you find it, let me know. >> is very confusing at there. >> outside our doors this morning, you may hopefully not be confused by what's going on. we've got rain out there. cloudy skies and cooler conditions in the forecast on this final weekend of winter. i'm happy to report a winter storm moving through the bay area. we will become widespread with the rainfall early on and into the afternoon then we will break away to showers for not only the rest of tonight and into tomorrow but monday and tuesday as well. thursday -- there is a gorgeous you there and you can see a little bit of sun attempting to pull through. let's look at storm tracker 2 and we will show you where we have some rainfall out there. we are looking at this rain moving through the bay airport right now it's over northern california, north facing it and the east bay mary sue braddock. we had more widespread going on early on but now it is shifted.
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from ayres from sausalito, tiburon and colgate over towards him cisco, we got light rain. the bay bridges covered for the east bay is covered. i-80 right now from fairfield into the sacramento valley stretching west fairly covered all the way through berkeley and oakland and heyward. and off to the east we have the inner east bay now covered in green as well. here's a view of what's happening in the sierra with the snow levels are just about 4000 feet. a little bit below that and continuing to fall for today and into the next few days. there is an advisory for trouble already underway that goes all the way until monday afternoon. 50 and 80 and all the high was around tahoe you can expect this. heavy snow at times. would you like conditions and weather conditions in the possibility of five feet of new snow all said and done. that's great news. for us we are talking about half inch to an inch and a half or so. maybe close to two inches for some hills. breezy in the hills this morning.
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30-40 miles per hour reported in the breeze will continue good snow levels eventually dropping down to 2500 feet which means we could actually see some snow in our hills. before i let you go, it will be a cool one out there. looking at temperatures falling from the upper 60s in livermore yesterday to upper 50s for today. 5-10 degrees of cooling expected for your afternoon. when i come back i will have a timeline of the system and into the dixon forecast. >> sounds good. thanks. more people are frustrated as they say they are unable to get tested for the coronavirus. how health professionals are trying to ramp up production and administer more test nationwide. plus after the break, will sit down with an internal medicine specialist from the bay area to get her take on the coronavirus up outbreak what we can do to prevent the spread of that virus. coming appeared state right here.
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joining us now for medical knowledge as we continue this conversation on coronavirus, we have a doctor internal medicine specialist in east bay. we have been all week talking about this and there is always more to talk about because the situation just keeps changing. i think the question right now is as everyone is going to their homes and the schools are closing and everyone is
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telecommuting, the question is will this work? because everyone is sacrificing a lot. will this work. there's a graphic called flatten the curve. explain what impact this will have been >> this bring that up and let's talk about that. flattening the curve basically means that there are two different peaks we see. let's talk about the axes first. vertically you see the number of cases and horizontally you see the time since the first case. the first peak that you see in the curve is a peak of a virus without any protective measures. so if we were to do nothing, that is what would happen. we would have a lot of cases in a short amount of time. and of the dotted line you're seeing is the healthcare system capacity. so let's talk about the second car. if we take protective measures like social distancing, quarantine and testing early, then we can flatten that curve. and we can make it more into a hump instead of a huge peak. >> will it last longer but we
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will be able to manage it longer to make >> absolutely right. like you see right there, the case is going to be spread out over a longer period of time to the number of cases will likely reduce, too. they won't completely as a pair but they will reduce and what that meets for the healthcare capacity is that we can handle it. that's what we want to try to avoid. we don't want to overwhelm our hospitals. >> let's talk about testing. a lot of people try to figure that bit of us and we don't have enough ability to test everyone who wants to be tested. had we know when we should go in to say i should be tested for chronically make >> when you are having symptoms indicative of the disease. i know they are very general because you can have shortness of breath and cough and fever and in other illnesses number two. but we have to listen to her body for the california department of public health has a wonderful graphic and we will put that up now. let's work away from left to right. the blue square says are you experiencing beaver, cough or shortness of breath. you go to the next era is his call your physician or local public health department.
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it may be hard to get to the local public health department because they're being inundated with coso talking to your provider will probably be the best thing. either your doctor identifies that you have mild symptoms and tells you that you can stay at home and self eyesight. or they tell you to come in and at that point you will be tested. and you should have test results within the next 24 hours. hopefully with the new tests coming out, the return time will be better. if you don't get immediate response however, and you try to call your physician and you having severe symptoms, you should not be waiting. call 911 and go to the er or urgent care. that's good advice. i think we have one more graphic we want to talk about in this effort to get out more information. tell me again, i don't think we have the graphic but this unless issue you want to make sure we cover. >> i want to make sure that something that has not been covered too much in the media is things that going to the spa or getting a manicure or pedicure official. >> you say no to those things. >> i say no because you are in very close proximity to those
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attending appeared >> should go to restaurants or shop in the mall and grocery stores are those okay. >> that's a personal decision and are some things we need to do. we need to go to grocery stores to make sure we are stuck. but what we can do is keep in mind the social distancing. and as much as we can to keep that distance six feet or at least three feet. >> you get a lot of people that say we are panicking and this is not important are we doing too much. we don't need to do this much. are you hearing pushback from people who say is this really necessary could make >> definitely. we are hearing the pushback and i just want to stress that this is not a hoax. this is real. we are in this right now and if we don't take these measures, the situation will get a lot worse. >> thank you so much for coming in. and your phone. >> clean your phone. >> and your phone is like your third arm. keep it clean. you may think so much and i
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know you will be back in about an hour and we'll talk more with your questions coming up. stay tuned for that paid in the meantime will look over to rosemary as we talk about rain. >> let's check in on that rain. giving you a view of what is going on over the east bay. we have got cloud cover and what weather and breezy weather and cool temperatures expected for your afternoon. onto the radar where the bay area is getting rain in the sierra is getting snow. squeezing in a little bit closer with scattered showers over areas of the north bay including sonoma look at what's happening to the delta and the east bay. more widespread along i-80 from fairfield all the way through south into areas of san leandra. steady light rain through berkeley, oakland, richmond and crossing the san rafael bridge and along highway 24 it's wet and stretches over 12 walnut creek and security. san francisco, down along the coastline to half moon bay and light rain report there. snow piling up over the sierra and that will continue with an
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advisory place for folks heading up. be prepared for that winter travel but it's going to be treacherous out there. for us, here's a look at 10:00, 12:00, 3:00 emma 5:00 and into the evening hours. it takes most of the day before that steady rain begins to about. expected to be a wet one today in scattered showers remaining for the next few days. as far as temperatures go with all the cloud cover and moisture in place. where little bit warmer after this morn. mid-40s to mid-50s but by the afternoon, that will change as temperatures struggle in the 50s. 55 in san francisco today. 56 expected in concorde. the extended forecast shows you it will be soggy through tuesday. not a complete washout in the on and off type of shower activity. maybe if you thunderstorms. that type of pattern brings rainbows. we could see what weather last until tuesday and it also happens to be st. patrick's day. partly cloudy and dry at the moment for your bay area wednesday. that's it from the weather center and more news coming up right after the break.
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the mayor san francisco issued a moratorium on all addictions in the city for the next 30 days. the mayor made the announcement yesterday saying residents should be able to stay securely in their homes during this public health emergency. eviction moratorium protects everyone in the city was suffering a loss of income caused by the pandemic. the city of san francisco setting up public handwashing stations across the city. 19 stations are already in place near existing public portable restaurants and service echo.
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city is a 10 more handwashing stations will be set up in the next week. bay area theme parks are also making changes because of the coronavirus. vallejo discovery kingdom will temporary close. parents -- parent company six flags said it's closing both discovery kingdom and magic mountain in southern california until the end of march. they say they have not been any reports or cases of the virus in the parks but they want to injure the guests and staff are safe there. >> great america in santa clara postponed the start of its ease up in the park had planned to open march 21 but now says it will open a few weeks later on april 4. the parent company also close knotts berry farm in southern california among some other parks nationwide. >> there are several events slated for today in the bay area that have been canceled because of the coronavirus. the city of dublin has canceled its st. patrick's day celebration. san francisco also canceled the city st. patrick's day parade. the alameda vintage fashion fair has been canceled for the saint baldric's rave they shave event at ucf at children's
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hospital has been postponed until august i paid in the prayer of the dark girls movie has been canceled. >> passengers and crew on the grant process cruise ship are some board. the plan in place to get that ship out of oakland tomorrow and those bib off the ball. >> if people are feeling symptoms, it is not easy to get a test for the progress being made to speed up coronavirus testing. tv just keeps getting better.
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how researchers and pharmaceutical labs are trying to get ahead of the testing curve. the pandemic has people flocking to stores in search of supplies. the step stores are trying to deal with the panic. >> this is mornings on 2. >> good morning everyone. we went 38 days with absolutely no rain and now it is here and my gosh, that's probably a parking lot somewhere. it looks like it. >> no one going through it. it's all quite out there. a lot of people hunkering down with what has transpired over the last few weeks. we don't have rain and snow up in the sierra so get a good
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book or turn on ktvu. >> good morning. i was at cosco yesterday. that was a brave thing to do. >> did you wear armor? >> and you were at trader joe's and you are at safeway. my cell way to the back of the store. >> empty shells. >> it is just not toilet paper and paper towels anymore. it is crazy. the chicken container area was cleaned out. >> so now we have blue sky. >> that is gorgeous. today looks like it will be a little more widespread with rain. tomorrow mix of sun and clouds and scattered showers. isolated thunderstorms. rainbows. there is a look at the radar. you can see over areas of the north bear receiving rain early this morn. it tapered off at the time
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being. is a look at what's going on along the coastline could scattered showers activity over san francisco and the golden gate bridge and the bay bridge. in and out of rain. it looks like the bay bridge covered at the moment. after the baby district. it looks like over sfo we have light rain and the east bay is more widespread. from i-85 over to 680 with highway 24 and highway four all looking at ght rain. if you have someplace to be, be prepared for slick roadways. if you're heading for the sierra, there is an advisory for travel that will last for the next few days. details on that was a look at what you can expect here at home coming up in just a little bit. >> health professionals around the world are trying to keep up with the number of new cases of coronavirus. at johns hopkins university is tracking the least numbers but this morning more than 148,000 confirmed cases. 71,000 people have recovered and more than 5500 people have died. >> stores across the bay area expected to be packed with
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nervous shoppers all weekend long but they have been stocking up with supplies and the growing panic tied to the pandemic. the items on the shopping lists are now expanding on the recent runs of toilet paper and cleaning products. >> i just got eggs and nuts. some blueberries. i got a lot of toilet paper already so i'm all set on that. >> we are social animals and when we see other people doing things, it makes us feel like we should do it. another reason is because i think for a lot of people they think to themselves, i would rather be wrong about buying too much then be wrong about not having enough. >> many of the panicked shoppers are ignoring health warnings to avoid crowds and maintain a safe distance from others. will have more in a live report coming up at 9:00. >> clorox is responding to the shortage of his cleaning products due mostly to panic buying. the oakland-based company posting a tweet saying quote we've increased production of our disaffected products to meet our consumer needs. we are working around the clock to injure people can access our
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products. >> some people want to be tested for coronavirus not getting the test right now. even if you are showing symptoms, you won't necessarily be tested. >> reporter: is people stack up on supplies in preparation for the coronavirus, there are nationwide reports of one item in the medical community where supply is so low. test kits. in some cases even people exhibiting symptoms like fever and cough are being told they can't get a test. that's what happened to nicole went to get tested in palo alto concerned for her husband and elderly in-laws. >> i was told that i am not, that i don't fit in a risk and corporate i am not elderly and i don't have any of the health conditions that are required to have the test and they said they can't do that. even if they do the test, the health department would not process my test. >> right now counties are using
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cdc guidelines for testing but with some discretion. for example in contra costa county in order to be tested you need to fit into a category such as being elderly, having a pre-existing condition or have come into contact with a known positive case. >> the people who are in congregant facilities like you have a high risk of spreading it amongst other people. like a shelter, nursing home or a gel setting for those of folks that will be prioritized. >> the situation is changing and the testing should be more widely available as both academic institutions and private companies are now allowed to do testing. officials in santa clara county said this afternoon that testing capabilities should improve dramatically in coming days and weeks paid >> i think that as we have more testing capacity with more academic and commercial labs, more and more people will be able to get tested. >> until then, many potential carries of the virus are being told to self isolate and monitor their symptoms until more widespread testing becomes available. >> it is frustrating because
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i'm trying to do the right thing to take care of my family but also worrisome because if there are other people who may have symptoms then they don't bother and ask if they don't think there is any chance that they get tested. >> at this point pregnancy is not even enough to give you a test bed one of our producers has a symptomatic wife who is 32 weeks pregnant but denied it just because pregnancy does not fit in a high risk categories. for now officials want to preserve those tests for those that are most high risk. it is now 8:35 am. a handful of passengers are still on board the grand princess cruise ship docs in the port of oakland to the ships operator said nearly all of the 2400 passengers have disembarked with 14 international passenger still confined to their rooms. there waiting for arrangements to get back to their home countries. about 1000 crewmembers are still on the ship which is expected to be at fort for at least another day.
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>> four major crews lines have agreed to suspend all outbound cruises from us ports for 30 days. please include norwegian, royal caribbean, carnival and they msc cruises. the us state department and the cdc advised earlier this week against traveling on ships because of the coronavirus p disney crews lines also suspending his tours. >> one of the country's largest airlines delta come is getting ready for deep cuts but delta said it will ground up to 300 planes, delayed ovaries of new planes and cut spending by tubing dollars but it's offering unpaid leave to employees and has stopped hiring. delta said it will also cut its schedules by 40 percent. delta ceo said the reductions are deeper than those the airline made after 9/11. treasury secretary stephen mnunchin said the white house wants to provide aid to the airline industry. >> several san francisco movie theaters abruptly stopping showing films last night did that include the balboa, the
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vogue and the roxie and many other san francisco movie theaters are sure to follow after the city banned public gatherings of more than 100 people. movie houses are among the many businesses all affected by the mayors order which is intended to help stop the virus from spreading. netflix said they shut down on all its scripted tv until projects for at least the next two weeks. the loss got those based company said the shutdown is in compliance with the government restrictions involving large public gatherings and events. however netflix and some other streaming platforms are expected to benefit from the health crisis with many people now staying home. and of course watching tv. you can find more coverage at coronavirus now.com in addition to articles and videos from all around the country. you will find a daily live stream and live digital broadcast every weekday beginning at 10:00 a.m. >> the time now is 8:37 am and
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let's talk about our weather. when i woke up this morning and i got my car i thought oh, it's not raining and then literally three minutes later my windshield wipers came on. it is raining. there it is. >> is coming down now in some parts. >> get a loan that paid the golden gate bridge is a soggy one this morning and there's a look at the storm that is going to continue to bring us rain. a little bit more widespread for your bay area saturday. breaking way too scattered showers on and off sunday, monday and perhaps into st. patrick's day on tuesday. here's a look at the storm tracker. here's a look at the system in time for the spinal weekend of winter. going to be like winter out there. afternoon highs in the 50s. it will be breezy and cloudy and it will be rainy with snow in the sierra. coming in closer to what is happening outside right now, fairly widespread over the east bay at the moment. we have a few scattered showers
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and some light rain in napa, vallejo and stretching along i- 80 toward airfield. coming through our air. parts of the delta and you can see the spatial covered in green at the moment. covers arizona six eddie, highlight 4, 580, 880. here's a look at berkeley as well as oakland, emeryville, alameda the san leandro and over toward orinda. highway 24 covered in green and walnut creek. the spacing light rain. shifting to the west we have san francisco and it looks like sfo with scattered showers over the cosine. redwood city may have the sprinkles falling there. into the sierra, snow levels just below 4000 feet and dropping. higher elevations could see anywhere from 4-5 feet of new snow by the end of the system. the advisory for travel goes until monday afternoon. 50, 80 and all the highways near tahoe could see whiteout conditions at times. it's going to be pretty
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hazardous up there so please be careful if you are planning on heading up. for us anywhere from half inch to an inch and have a brain i may be more in the hills. speaking of the hills, it's a easy one already this morning. areas over mount diablo and the north bait reporting 30-35 miles per hour or so. snow levels dropping down to about 2500 feet eventually and that means we could see little bit of snow in our hills. i will look at the timeline, the afternoon highs in the extended forecast coming up in it just a little bit. >> it is all hands on deck for the white house and federal authorities. ahead at 9:00, we are expecting the vice president to speak about the pandemic. we will carry that for you live. and up next, travel at er editor joins us with travelers should know if their second- guessing their plans. more, when we come back.
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as of midnight last night, the new travel restrictions are in effect barring most foreign nationals and screening all- americans arriving from countries identified as hotspots for coronavirus. it has caused a lot of confusion around the globe and a lot of stressed out travelers trying to find their way back home to the united states or to their countries be joining us now is gabe who is the senior editor@travelzoo.com. trying to face some concerns and add clarity to it. good morning. >> i wish i was there with you my friend but i'm doing the social distancing thing and it is what is. i'm here in a rainy los angeles. i'm hoping that by the sum next month i will be there right next to. but yes, this is clearly a bit
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of a shock to the travel industry and to a lot of travelers out there that has been a lot of screaming going on in european airports as you have heard. the fact of the matter is that as u.s. citizens, we do have the freedom to go to reality is availability of flights being very fluid over the next couple of weeks. the fact that you are seeing a lot of prices go up and down and lack of dependability being able to get back smoothly pit that's what is sort of getting people to rethink any travel plans over the next several weeks. if a lot of people i talked to who are still saying you know what, i really want to go to europe, the fact of the matter is that the reality of the ground is not what we as travelers probably expect. so, i think generally the industry is cognizant of the social distancing cult that is out there. and we're starting to look at and plans are starting to come into fruition from mid april onward although i think it's sort of june onward.
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where will start to see sort of the pent-up demand come to the surface. >> let's bring you back to march. if you have loved one stuck in europe and trying to get here. just to get a reservation and get on a plane, they're going to get home eventually but is just more of a process right now, right? >> it's the fear of the unknown as far as dependability of being able to get back at a certain time. and we don't know about things like delays, aircraft delayed or you as an individual having to deal with some of these procedures in place that are getting people tested and getting people quarantined or maybe even self quarantine. it's more about the uncertainty about once you do get back or the physical act of getting back that is getting a lot of people to rethink this. i think for people that are currently in europe, i think these airlines are in unison. i think we've seen a very cohesive response from the airlines and pretty short order limiting things like change fees and making sure that the flights that are available are not cut back until we see most
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of that contingency at the that needs to get back to the united states it is actually back on the ground. >> about the impact on the european union and the airlines itself financially devastating? >> emceeing figures here that are estimating a loss to the airline industry in the 100- $150 billion range once all of this has calmed down. the influx of americans into europe starting at this particular time of year is huge. as you know i was going to be today in ireland covering st. patrick's weekend festivities. and spring break creeps up as is the next big travel. after holly's. we start solidifying early summer plans and none of those reservations coming to fruition, a lot of industries on the ground are certainly very concerned. and also keep in mind that we are also curtailing the influx of europeans coming to the states. much of last year, $3.4 billion was spent here in the united states more than 850,000 europeans that came over and
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enjoyed travel throughout the united states in the month of march. so eliminating that flow in either direction is having a major impact right now. i think the industry is starting to look ahead now and i think projections are that by the time we get to the early summer season, we could see a bonanza of travel value opportunity. i think people will start to get more comfortable with the idea of booking. fall could become the new summer and interestingly, crews bookings for this time in 2021. so when you're away from now are unusually robust. so generally speaking we are starting to see a shift now. people planning from some more onward and into the second half of 2020. >> the flights for maui at $99 sound good right now. i think we will pass one up and let me ask you this, what do you have what if you have plans and you want to cancel them at our monthly knee it and hotels? >> what has been encouraging to
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see for a lot of travelers is the fact that airlines are in lock step when it comes to waving things like change fees allowing you to keep that credit for a later flight or really just canceling without some of these change fees that can easy crawl up to $200 ticket for domestic travel. 400+ for national international travel. waiting fees make it easier for travelers to simply change your plans. we are hearing from a norwegian air shuttle that caters within 40 destinations out of sf open they are looking to put 50 percent of their workforce on hold for about a month. they are seeing more people doing more of the rebooking or holding onto reservations and using that later credit than actually flat out canceling pizza that is potentially positive side. i say listen, take advantage of the flexibility that in many cases is unprecedented in the airline is good if that makes you much more affable and you could travel maybe later
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certainly then up and we do know the crews industry is on hold for the next 30 days so it could be that by mid april we start to see a renewed interest in increasing as well. >> we are on hold for about 2-4 weeks. and rick quickly will the crews industry ever recovered in the short-term? >> the crews industry tends to become a bit of a punching bag whenever these kinds of things occur. we had issues on two ships there and time will tell how the handling of some of the situations could have been done much better. i think the industry as a whole always expects to take a bit longer than the airline industry in the hotel industry and hospitality industry to recover. but there is enough of a core group of sort of sector of avid cruisers who will continue to crews or those of folks that are in earnest booking cruises for the first quarter of 2021 right now. creatively through some
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creative marketing, and really sort of exposing the kind of protocols that are new now, sort of coming online that will make cruising a lot safer for some of us with the new cruisers, will become the name of the game over the next couple of years for sure. >> will certainly be cheaper. i think you said it best. fall is now the new summer and there will be deals out there. you just have to weather the storm. the senior editor of troubles and.com and a good friend here to ktvu. gave in southern california. always a pleasure. thanks. >> thanks. >> let's get to weather now because we got some rain to talk about. >> thankfully we have rain not only for today but the next few days but the final days of winter are going to feel like it. giving you a look from the east bay looking into san francisco and rain dropping on our lens at the moment. scattered showers reported over the east bay. coastline, peninsula, north bay got in on it early on. rain started falling of the note they at two-3:00 this
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morning. since then in the dry. we do have scattered shower from napa over toward vallejo. light widespread rain and along the space short and well inland east bay is where it is widespread. through the delta and working toward bayfield, moderate rain on there. 580 and over richmond and oakland down to san leandro and over to east highway 24 and into the valley there we have light rain with scattered shower activity going on from the coast around san francisco. it looks around sfo and heading toward san mateo may be in and out of a few scattered showers but highway 101 and 280 and into the seer, the snow was falling and levels are dropping down to it looks like 3500 feet or so. we will continue to drop all the way down to 2500 feet which means we could actually get a little bit of snow.
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in the hills. here's a look at what's going on with that system. it will drop south and so the widespread rain for today we move out but this will continue to bring us on and off scattered shower activity sunday, monday and maybe into tuesday. thunderstorms a possibility with this unstable cold air in the rainbows that come along with it. here's a look at future cast. 11:00, 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 6:00 and a notice it doesn't really go away. we will break away to scattered showers late in the evening but sticking around for the next few days the on and off stuff. it won't be as widespread. rainfall amounts anywhere from half inch to an inch and half expected with this system that will continue to bring us the wet weather through the next few days. we could see a little more in the hills and in the hills it is quite breezy for the time
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being. and likely to occur over the next few days. temperatures this morning in the mid-40s to mid-50s padilla but warmer out there with all that moisture and cloud cover in place. look at the afternoon highs. some of the areas including livermore in the upper 60s yesterday. today upper 50s. mid-50s expected in san francisco. again, this is a winter type storm for the final days of winter. temperatures don't get much better. sunday, monday and tuesday we rebounded a bit on wednesday with partly cloudy skies but thankfully going to see a good amount of rain, our way. 4-5 feet of snow pit >> i'm up about driving up on monday and you get up to 6000 feet. no snow on the ground. but plenty is coming now. >> hopefully the beautiful lake tahoe shot we typically get on the weekends by tomorrow, i'm sure we will see that pit >> thanks. a lot of uncertainty swirling around the big story. of course, the coronavirus. at 9:15 am doctor mitchell joins us and answer some viewer questions. and bill gates is reducing the
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name or dinner but anyone with information is being asked to call the san francisco police department. louisiana has postponed its presidential primary because of coronavirus lausanne is the first state to postpone his election due to the virus per the primary schedule for april 4 but will not take place june 20. dnc is also changing up sunday's debate because of the pandemic. the debate is being moved from arizona to washington, dc to minimize travel. >> microsoft cofounder bill gates is stepping down from the companies board. gates says he wants to dedicate more time to the charitable organization that he set up with his wife. the bill and melinda gates foundation. the gates open microsoft in 1975 and served as ceo until 2000 pit he will remain a technology advisor with the company. essentials and even nonessential supplies flying off store shelves. we will take you live to walnut creek this morning with how we can -- weekend shoppers are trying to prepare for the pandemic. this is san leandro cosco and that is the mind to just get in
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good morning. you're looking at a live picture from the white house. we are expecting an up date from the vice president on the coronavirus pandemic shortly. this is where the press conference will be helping we are monitoring that and will bring it to you live. also apple is closing all its
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stores in every country except for china. the steps apple and other companies are taking as a precaution. and it is already very easy morning across the bay area as people are stocking up on supplies. we are telling you how stores are trying to keep up with the demand.? from ktvu fox 2 news. this is mornings on 2. >> good morning to you on the saturday march 14. looking outside there is a look from the emeryville camera over the san francisco bay. yes, there is rain drops on the camera. we are glad you are here, welcome rain. we have missed you. thanks for staying with us on channel 2. >> good to have you on board this saturday. we are talking about the jackpot because it's been a long time since we have seen rain. >> the final days of winter will feel like winter and it could be on and off as we roll through the final days of
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winter. giving you a look at what is going on over the bay area. a lot of cloud cover, breezy in the hills. temperatures in the 40s and 50s this morning. this winter storm is bringing rain to the bay area, so to the sierra and going to drop our temperatures for the aetna. all this coming up. look at what's going on where we have scattered showers from the coast across san francisco. we have had live pictures and the golden gate and the bay bridge covered in it. the bayview district, daly city and errors over san francisco that looks like right over sfo we may have a few scattered showers. it's been widespread and east bayshore other inland toward errors along highway 4 in pittsburgh. clayton, highway 680. danville through san ramon. 580 reporting quite a bit of rain per this will be with us for today. temperatures will be on the cool side. even the possibility of isolated thunderstorms eventually and let us know. you just coming up. >> you can expect some rather
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long lines at all the grocery stores again today. people continue to panic but as a coronavirus fears are sinking in. we are live at the target in walnut creek where i hear they have one particular item in very high demand. >> good morning. i don't want people to freak out but at the target in walnut creek, they restart is restocked with hand sanitizer this morning. there is still some insight and i got a text from a friend who is in there now. i should let people know that is pretty much where everybody's going right now and you're limited to only one bottle per person. so i can't guarantee that it will be here if you are heading over now. but they are restocking and i want to show you pictures i took from inside the walnut creek target this morning to show you what this buying frenzy has been like. there were quite a few bear shells. cold and flu education and pain relievers gone. toilet paper almost gone. water, frozen food and eggs
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also going fast. target has limited many of these in demand items to just one per person. i saw one hand sanitizer per person. one toilet paper per person. one package of water per person. they are trying to limit this so that as many people as possible can get these items. people trying to buy or will not be like to. employees are taking them away at the register. early this morning i was at sprouts in walnut creek where some shoppers arrived early when the doors opened to try to avoid the crowds. >> this is a surprise because i come here every saturday morning at this time. and like me and usually two other shoppers. to date it's like madness. >> it is scary. i can't believe we are reacting this way. i was at safeway the other day and some family had three baskets, three hole baskets full of toilet paper. >> cost goes in the bay area also extremely is this is a
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video from his. i was at the concorde cosco where shoppers were also limited to one package of toilet paper and one package of paper towels and one package of water. some shoppers i have been seeing throughout the past few days have been wearing masks and gloves. the shopping frenzy left a nearly empty frozen food section at trader jobs. consumer psychologist say people shopping out of anxiety. they would rather have too much of something than not enough. >> there has a lot of footage of people carrying out massive oddities of toilet paper and then people think to themselves what would life be like if i didn't have toilet paper and it is not good. >> so nothing i should mention is that you saw those pictures of all those empty store shelves that i took your inside of target. but there is still plenty of other supplies. if you're looking for medication, you will not really have any luck. if you are looking for toilet paper you might not have too much luck but they have a lot
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of food here. employees are working hard to restock shelves. i saw a lot of boxes in the frozen food area. there restocking that section right now. >> health professionals around the world are trying to keep up with the number of new cases of the coronavirus. johns hopkins universities tracking latest numbers per this morning there are more than 148,000 confirmed cases presented with thousand people have recovered but more than 5500 people have died. just a short time ago, new york's governor announced the latest coronavirus death in the united states. the victim was an 82-year-old woman who is battling emphysema and had checked into the hospital on march 3. johns hoss comes ha john hoskins university has about 50 deaths listed in this map list number of cases in each state. washington, new york, california and massachusetts are highly because they have the most cases. states in great have the fewest. west virginia has zero. in the bay area 167 cases of the virus has been reported.
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santa clara county has the largest jump in cases with that number at some nine. two people died in santa clara county including a person in their 80s yesterday print san francisco is reporting 23 cases, five of those reported yesterday. contra costa county has 25 confirmed cases printing company, there have been 282 confirmed cases of coronavirus. sick people died in the state. about 11,000 people are self quarantined in the states after returning to the united states from travel. >> time now is 9:07 am. u.s. senate reconvenes on monday and is expected to quickly pass a measure helping americans deal with the coronavirus. the house approved the bill in a late friday night session. the house speaker nancy pelosi and treasury secretary stephen mnunchin hammering out the specifics. of the family first coronavirus response act guarantees two weeks of sick leave. free covert 19 free covid-19
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testing for anyone. >> testing, testing, testing and there is no quesabout the testing. there were some challenges on that but that is what took so long. >> the speaker is promising another package that will include aggressive steps to boost the economy. in the meantime president trump is taking his own actions declaring the coronavirus a crisis. >> i am officially declaring a national emergency. two very big words. >> that declaration provides as much as $50 billion for state and local governments to respond to the outbreak. president trump also announced a range of executive actions including a partnership with private companies. company's like walmart, target and walgreens and cvs will all open their argonauts at sides for covid-19 test can be in mister. >> a rough week on wall street with stocks break bouncing back on friday. stocks surged more than nine
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percent. that rally nearly erased thursday's plunge. the dow was up 1985 points with the nasdaq soaring 673 and the s&p 500 was up 230. despite the rally the markets remain in uncertain territory. some are concerned that the disruption of business and schools in business closing will push the country into a recession. and apple is temporally closing all of its retail stores outside of china amid the coronavirus outbreak. apple closed all the stores in china at the height of the outbreak but in a statement yesterday tim cook said all of the stores have since reopened. the stores outside of china will be closed until march 27. >> you can find more coverage at coronavirus now.com. in addition to articles and videos from around the country, you also find a daily live stream and live digital broadcast every weekday beginning at 10 am. >> let's switch gears. 909 is the time 9:09 am get you
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outdoors. it is raining and we have a nice storm on our hands. >> pack your umbrella. maybe a big jacket. temperatures today will be on the cool side although folks are at home saying don't tell me what to wear. looking at san jose where we have mostly cloudy skies. mainly dry conditions still over areas of the south bay but the north bay and the east bay and peninsula and coastline is getting in on this already. here's a look at what's going on. northbay generally -- let's say more rain is to come. it started over the northbay early on at 2 am-3 am. it's over the north bay and covered in it and stretches from vallejo going to fairfield if you're heading east. but if you're coming toward the west, we have light rain falling over the east bay shore. looks like it's tapering off a little bit. it was widespread a little east bay covered. highway four, 680, highway 24 has got some there. he looks at berkeley over
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toward oakland, emeryville looks perhaps like a little bit in alameda. bay bridge, some cisco. as of oh and toward the coast in and out of scattered showers. promotion beach, pacifica to half moon bay. so falling in the sierra double 4000 feet and continue to fall pit expected to get down to 2500 feet. so for us, makes it a little bit of snow in our hills as we roll through the second part of the weekend and maybe into monday. your store morning for our travelers heading to the sierra. it goes until monday afternoon. so it is already underway. by feet of new snow expected at the higher elevations. hallelujah to that. as far as rainfall for us, half inch to an inch and have pretty but more for some of our hills be a possibility in the hills especially breezy. seeing it already this morning. mount diablo and over the northbay hills at 35 miles per hour or so. quick additions expected pit when i come back i will have a
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look at the temperatures for today. going to be in the 50s. it's going to be really cool out there and the timeline of this rain expected not only for today but on and off for the next few days. during this coming up in just a bit. >> the restrictions on large gatherings in san francisco means that movie theaters are temporarily out of business. we are telling you how they are coping and have the closures could mean long-term trouble for those businesses. and of course a lot of us worried about the corona first. coming up the doctor answers some fewer questions when we come back. stay right there. ♪ we would only hold on to let go ♪ ♪ blow a kiss into the sun ♪ we need someone to lean on ♪ blow a kiss into the sun ♪ all we needed somebody to lean on ♪ ♪ ♪ lease the volvo xc40 for $329 per month. at your local volvo retailer.
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welcome back, as a coronavirus outbreak continues there are many misconceptions out there and even more questions surrounding the virus. so we asked our viewers to send in questions and concerns and we got a lot of them. we have an internal metals and specialist doctor to answer some questions. lots of them out there. >> lots and lots. >> we will start with tom on facebook. he asked if you get the best, how long does it take to recover and at what point you not contagious anymore? >> that's a really good question but the answer to that is currently evolving because we are finding more information about the virus. but from what we know right now, the incubation period of the virus which means from the time that you get the virus to when you start showing symptoms
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is anywhere from 2-14 days. wishing an average of about 5-6 days. >> so it can happen quickly. not two weeks. >>) there's a whole range. so we are telling you the range so you are aware of it because every person will be different. >> once you get it, because people have been cured, 60,000 people got it and they are okay. how long does that take we make >> the recommendation is that was your fever has subsided and you have not had fever for 72 hours and without medications or tylenol or advil, that's when you're considered to be safe enough to go back. >> very good. well nate asks why are young children less susceptible and can a child be a carrier even though he or she may or may not have symptoms. >> a very good question. we are learning as we go along that with children in the coronavirus because we just don't know that much information right now. from what we do know, you are getting a mild form of the disease. it is very similar to the common cold. the reason we are shutting down schools is because these children can infect one another
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and then they can come back home because they do carry the virus. they can come back home and they can expose grandma and grandpa to the virus. and grandma and grandpa are elderly and they are in that subgroup which can actually get a severe form of the virus if they were to actually get it. that's what we are trying to not have been and get other elderly people in other at risk people exposed pre- >> what is it about children that might carry it but do have stronger immune systems. is that why they -- >> excellent question. we are beginning to learn about that. i would be able to give you a definitive answer because i think we are currently trying to figure out what is giving them that ability to maintain that protection for themselves. >> we are learning as you go. >> we are pit >> john via facebook. how long can the coronavirus man alive on various type of services. elevator buttons and doorknobs or credit card or light switch. >> we are still learning. but from what we know, soft surfaces can remain on soft surfaces for about 24 hours.
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hard surfaces like plastic and steel for about 48 hours. so let's give a take away. the important thing we should remember is that high-traffic areas like you mentioned, doorknobs and light switches, tables and countertops, we should be disinfecting them very frequently. >> we just did hours we just did hours. how about clothing? if someone rubs up against you and they have a virus and i touch that, how long does that's a long period we don't have information for that. what i've been doing is doing more frequent loads of laundry. and just taking whatever precaution we can take it >> when in doubt, clean and disinfect. >> exactly. >> and finally, this is pete from the south bay. i'm a dental hygienist and i'm worried about our protective wear and standard precautions. are they enough. could we be susceptible to
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getting the coronavirus? >> for that question, i would like to bring you back to cdc and what their guidelines are. they have not changed so far. i know this is continually evolving. so right now with the guidelines as far as wearing a mask, people that are sick and people taking care of sick people need to wear a mask. if you are not sick, you do not need to wear a mask and the reason why that's important to follow those guidelines is because we already have a shortage of masks globally and we need to make sure we don't worsen that shortage because healthcare personnel who are fighting this, we need them to have it. the coronavirus task force and we are really doing a great job, are professionals. the results are very, very good. and when you compare this to what's happening around the world we are very proud of our people. it has been a tremendous amount of coordination with states, with cities and a little smaller form of government with
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things going well and coordinating with us. in certain in particular like california has been terrific, the relationship. new york has been really good. we have had some really good relationships in terms of especially the hotspots and we are focused on those hotspots. so mary, we have no problem whatsoever and we hope to keep it that way. before i turn this over to our great vice presidents to provide an update, i just want to express my appreciation for the hard work done by the people behind me and the people back in the various offices including where i just left the oval office where we have some people there that are probably watching this or they're just looking. we are using the full power of the federal government to defeat the virus and that is what we have been doing. last week we secured an initial $8.3 billion from congress for
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the coronavirus. and that was quickly done and very efficiently done. i want to thank all members of congress. yesterday i declared a national emergency which was a very big deal because it s that we never able to open up without it. and it will make its -- it will make more than 50 mill $50 billion available for disaster relief funds. that's available for states, territories and local governments. so that was really good. we also reached an agreement yesterday on a new legislative package that was provide strong support for american families and communities dealing with the coronavirus. so it was done very bipartisan. it was very nice to see it. probably, the cooperation. i want to thank secretary of the treasury, steve mnunchin, who did a fantastic job and
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work with nancy pelosi and they representatives and it was really great. it worked out really well. and a lot of people are benefiting by paid a lot of provisions in the bill which will be discussing with you today. and the tremendous provision so that is something we should talk about. i was honored to see that the stock market you are mostly there with us, set a record in a short. of time. over a 45 minute. that week at the press conference yesterday in the rose garden. that was a record. all-time record. i think we should do one of them every day perhaps. how about five times per day. we will do one five times per day. but that was something to watch and had no idea and when we walked back, i said how did that work out. they said sir, you just set a new record and history of the stock market so that was pretty good. and those great companies that were there. they could not have been too unhappy either when you think
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about it because they are a publicly listed company so they did a good job. more importantly they will do a good job when you look at cvs and walmart and all of the the tremendous people that were there yesterday. these are the biggest and the best and they're opening up their facilities and open up right now literally working right now on opening and doing something that has never been done before to the extent that we are doing it. and so we are very proud of them. also the bill provides for free coronavirus testing for all americans. you should be tested. people getting tested are getting this free. they don't have to pay. a lot of people said gee, that's a lot of money. it's a lot of money and it is. it's a complex test exit appeared and it cost money and is being provided free. people don't have to worry about that. it also provides paid sick in
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family medical leave for those who need it including for those who have the virus for caregivers and those looking after children affected by school closures. so that's all taken care of also. and we will continue all these different actions. we have other things planned. we can also be working with companies that are affected financially. our country is in the best financial shape and some differences in the past over the years if you look at some of the real big crises we had, it was financial problems and different things. we are now in very strong financial shape with all the trade on the other things we have been doing. it has been pretty amazing. we hope the federal reserve will finally get on board and do what they should do because we are doing things that they should be doing frankly. we can all do them together but they should be much more proactive. other boards said s and people
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representing those countries are taking a much more aggressive action and for the most part we would like to see if you look at central banks yesterday what they did, we want to see our federal reserve be much more proactive. it's important but in the meantime we are doing things that have been done really well received. you saw that yesterday at the end of the day with what we have done. we have a lot of things to tell you in terms of respirators and in terms of all of the different things. the masks are being made by the millions. millions and millions. we have plenty now that we are ordering for the millions. we are ordering worse case in there. we always say worse case scenario. and that is where we are going. i just want to thank everybody paid i think the press has been really -- of the last 24 hours
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the representation has been really fair for the most part. your fair. we are all in this together. something nobody expected. he came out of china and it's one of those things that happened. nobody's fault. we all will solve this problem and solve it well. i think the american people have been incredible in the way they acted. and if you look at companies and sports leagues and all of the things, what they have done, it's just something very special. without being told necessarily. and in some cases they were actually told. but for the most part they want to get it over with and want to get it over with quickly and with very little death. as of this moment, we have 50 deaths which is a lot of good decisions and that number could be many times but that's based on a lot of good decisions. one or two in particular where you know that europe was declared the hotspot yesterday because it's a big hotspot.
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number one. we made a decision quite a bit prior than that. but if you have any questions, this group will be very happy to do it. but i just want to say they have been led by mike pence. they have been incredible. the job they do. they work 20 hours per day for this man is working 20 hours a day or maybe more. i think it's more. tony has been working and i'm looking at this whole group. we have a number of new stars including the gentleman behind me. i watch him the other day and he did such a fantastic job. i really appreciate it. but they will be answering questions and we have a lot of new information so i think you'll find it very interesting. i will be going back to the oval office. thank you very much. >> so many people that are
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rushing to grocery stores all over the country filling up their baskets. is that the right move. you think people should be conserve before buying. also apple announced they will close all their stores for two weeks. you want to see you to outlets and restaurants do the same thing. >> i think it's frankly good if they do it. i think what apple did is fine. and i want to keep people away for a lower pitch escape and why. >> when it gets better. people are going by things and i understand that. by the way, i had my temperature taken coming into the room. let's compare. that means we all looking good. i also took the test last night. and i decided i should based on the press conference srp people are asking if i took the test. i don't know, whatever it takes, a day or two days. whatever it is but they sent it to a lab. >> mister president, respectfully you have sent
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mixed messages. watch as she shook hands with people hand disappeared and your only sense of urgency evolve. change what you're doing. >> i have been urgent and this is been urgent right from the beginning. you know that because i closed up our country to china. >> wire shaking hands, sir? >> because it almost becomes a habit and to get out of that habit and frankly i was a non- handshake or for the most part. never believe shaky hands. once you become a politician. i notice it, too, political people walk up to me and want to shake my hand. just take it nice and easy and just relax. people come up to me and shake hands and they put their hand up. it sort of a natural reflex and we are all getting out of it. all of us have that problem. somebody comes up to you and put their hand out then you
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probably tend to just shake it. and we are all getting out of that. shaking hands is not a great thing to be doing right now, i agree. the people put their hand out and sometimes i will put the handout. you don't think about it. people are thinking about more and more. we have to think about it and it's important. somebody said yesterday i touch the microphone. i was touching it because we have different height people on trying to make it easy for them because they have to touch because it would be able to reach the microphone. and they couldn't speak in the microphone so i moved the microphone down and they say he touched the microphone. if i don't touch it, they will have to touch it. somebody has to. imams will be the one to do it. but we all have to get away from shaking hands. it's a good thing. and possibly that is something that comes out of this. maybe people should not be shaking hands for the long term because it does transmit flu and other things. we have flew in our country that kills on average 36,000 people per year. 36,000 people. and you know, that something that we are not talking about. but as of this moment, we lost 50 possibly less than 50 but
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probably 50 people and will try to keep that number as low as possible. >> the pentagon is telling servicemembers and their family not to travel domestically. should all records follow that same advice. >> if you don't have to travel, i would do it. if you don't have to travel don't do it. we want this thing to him. we don't want people to get infected infected. we wanted to it as quickly as possible. so far we have done a fantastic job. i really think that the people behind me have not been given the credit that they deserve because they have done a fantastic job. when you see all this school closures and school closures are very important but it poses a lot of problems. the bill we signed yesterday takes care of a lot of those problems with children staying at home and the parents at work. now we take care of that issue with what we passed last night. it has to go through the senate and i have to sign it but that will happen. but i'm not going back to the white house. have great professionals and if
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there is in his neck comes up, if there is anything -- >> thank you mister present. i wanted to follow up on that. are you considering other travel restrictions perhaps domestically in that regard? >> specifically from certain areas, yes we are. we are working with the states american city other restrictions. >> you are going to restrict travel from uk and ireland? >> we are looking at searcy because they have had a little bit of activity unfortunately so we will look at that. we actually are looked at it and that is going to be announced. >> if i can get clarity on your think. it's a comic of your presidents where you always go after it if
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you feel so strongly about it why don't you dismiss the chairman or do you think your power does make >> i have the right to do that or the right to remove him as chairman. he has so far made a lot of bad decisions in my opinion. we had this great and will soon have again because we have a tremendous bounce when this is over. a pent up about that will be tremendous. you so that you stay with the stock market. i'm not happy with the fed because i think they're following and not leading. we should be leading. i'm not happy because when you look at the central banks of other central banks, largely they are lower than us. their rate. and the ra equivalent of the fed rate is lower in some cases by two points. in some cases that's a lot. in some cases very substantially. and i thought that the fed should be much more proactive as opposed to following our fed is falling. we have the number one currency in the world by a factor of
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many times. as you know we have the currency and we have the power and we have by far the strong currencylsshould be doing.  we should not have a fed rate that is higher than our competitor nations. you look at germany and they are essentially under zero. they are negative. many countries are negative. japan and germany and others are negative and we are paying higher interest rates. what i would like to do is frankly refinance our debt. we could refinance our debt easily at a much lower rate. we have some tremendous opportunities right now but jerome powell is not making it easy. have the right to remove. but i'm not doing that. i have the right to also take him and put him in a regular position and put somebody else in charge. and i have not made any decisions on that. >> good yone.
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as a president just said we just completed the white house coronavirus task force meeting. in the situation room. and we continue to implement the president's vision, not just for the whole of government response to the coronavirus but a whole of america. the focus of our task force today and going forward is on implementing the presidents public and private partnership on testing. focusing on ensuring that state and local authorities have the guidance and the support to ensure mitigation particularly in areas where we have seen community spread and we are continuing to leaning at the presidents direction on addressing capacity issues in
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our hospitals and with regard to equipment. let me reiterate the presidents gratitude. not just for the team behind me and the team behind them and all of our federal agencies that are literally working every day to bring the whole of government approach to this. but we also want to commend all of the governors across the country. i will be speaking again to all the governors of all 50 states and territories tomorrow. but as the president said yesterday in the rose garden, we could not be more grateful. for all of the governors, particularly in those areas where we had community spread. for the seamless crop change cooperation take place. we commend local health authorities and all those are literally on the front lines. also grateful for all the businesses you saw in high relief yesterday. businesses around the country. in sports and entertainment and retail that are making decisions based on cdc guidelines. and good common sense to
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protect the american people. and lastly as a president also said. we want to think the american people trade for listening to local authorities to listening to recommendations from the cdc. we will hear more about that in just a moment from doctor fauci and doctor burks. but as we are saying not surprisingly as we have seen in the past, the american people are all responding to look after not only their own health but their families and their communities. and one story after another is truly inspiring. to the president and to all of us. as you know it has been a brisk few days. the president declared a national emergency yesterday freeing up significant federal resources. for state and local authorities as well as our national response per the president announced that unprecedented public and private partnership on testing. let me say that at 5:00
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tomorrow we will be detailing the progress that our team is making. i can tell you they are literally working around the clock with private companies and we are very pleased that thermo fisher was approved last night by the fda in record time. to also be what is a high throughput test. that will increase the capacity of this public and private partnership again, details on that in terms of when the local sites will be available at cvs and walgreens and walmart and other locations. what committees the will initially be available in. when the website will go online as well as how this will continue to rollout. 5:00 p.m. tomorrow eastern standard time, we will detail that could last night the house of representatives passed legislation which addressed the priorities of president trump had laid out for the american
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people in the weeks before that. i want to join president trump in thinking speaker pelosi, leader mccarthy, the republicans and democrats in the house of representatives who the president said earlier today pulled together to pass legislation. that is meeting this moment in the bipartisan health first spirit that the american people would expect. the secretary of the treasury will detail the legislation but to be clear, the deal that passed the house last night will head to the senate early next week and delivers on the president's plan for strong health and economic support. particularly focused on those most impacted including hard- working blue-collar americans who may not currently have paid family leave today. it provides free coronavirus testing for uninsured americans and it builds on the decision that president trump made
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expanding coverage for medicare, medicaid and also getting a commitment from private health insurance companies to join with us to waive all co-pays on coronavirus testing. so no testing will be free for every american. those who have insurance, medicare, medicaid and other programs and even the uninsured. legislation also establishes tax credits that the secretary of the treasury will explain. i expect doctor burks and doctor fauchi real reiterate this. if you're sick now you need not to be concerned. if you're an hourly wage earner in america you don't have to be concerned about staying home. if you're sick, you will not miss a paycheck your employer including small businesses have the ability pro
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flex ability to ensure the senior citizens, women, children and low income families have access to emergency nutritional assistance and incentivizes states to ease access to unemployment benefits. the president and i are profoundly painful for the bipartisan spirit and let me all also say how grateful we are to the secretary of the treasury in the long hours he put in negotiating this measure. let me see also that last night at midnight's the department of homeland security implemented the president's decision to suspend all travel from europe passing through 13 airports. acting secretary wolf will detail the implementation of that. to be clear, countries where we have suspended travel under section 212 f, americans may
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still return to the united states and legal residents may still return. they are being screened at some 13 airports as we speak. if they are identified as being symptomatic for any illness, there is additional response on- site. but those americans are being encouraged to return home and self quarantine for 14 days. that started at midnight last night. and secretary will detail it. in a few moments i will ask doctor fauci to update us on cases as well as current cdc guidance for all americans. and all of you are already aware that this week we issued specific guidance to about a half a dozen states where we saw committee spread. doctor burks will touch briefly on the public privacy plan and speak about what the data is showing at this moment about the best guidance for every america american. our acting secretary wolf want
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to join the present on commending the crease line industry. a five percent of domestic crews lines and us they will suspend crews line operations for a period of 30 days. and chad wolf will explain what that means and commend the crease line industry for working with us. and we met last week on this day with crews line industry and work of the next 30 days to implement new policies that to ensure when crews line start back up they will be safer and healthier places than ever before with a great industry with american people loving it and enjoying it and make sure it's there for many years to come and as the president foreshadowed at the task force meeting today, the president made a decision to suspend all travel from united kingdom and
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travel effective midnight monday night eastern standing time. chad wolf will describe details. as the president suggested all health experts presented information doctor fauci will reflect on some numbers that we suspend all travel from and ireland that will be suspended monday night. americans from uk and ireland can come home. legal residents can come home but the secretary will detail that we funneled through specific airports and process. we continue to emphasize that the risk of serious illness for the average american remains low. but the data shows that seniors with serious underlying are the most wonderful population for the people most assessable to sears medical outcomes. and we'll talk about the presence decision yesterday to
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restrict all visitors and measures we have taken and so important for all of us and all of us who are blessed to have senior citizens in our family. like my 88-year-old mom. let's look after her. seniors with serious underlying conditions and make sure every american around them is practicing the best kind of hygiene and the best kind of measures to ensure that they are not exposed. and also we will hear from doctor carson and the surgeon general before we wrap up and take some questions. and let me recognize doctor tony fauchi on where we stand and recommendations and guidance. and thank you very much just a quick review of the numbers as of late afternoon yesterday. let me start off quickly globally and then will go to the united states. and right now there's 129
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countries that have involvement with coronavirus pedal globally the numbers are 132+ thousand so it's a little bit more than 132,000 at about 7500 or new cases. importantly this is something we mentioned over the last couple of days. that if you look at what is formally the main feeder of this coronavirus outbreak was china. they have 80,000 or 81,000 new cases but only 11 new cases and only seven new deaths. things have switched over now to outside of china. which is actually triggered our decision, the decision of the president to do travel restrictions and other areas. in others besides china. and it's important to recognize that because when this is all over and it will and, you see a curve how the coronavirus evolved. you mentioned homogeneous because countries will do this and that. and see it with china and
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starting to sit with gray which brings us now to what will expect in our own country. there are about 226 including the repatriation's. 50 deaths and 532 new cases. and nine new deaths. which means we have not reached our peak. we see more cases and see more suffering and death predominately as the vice president said among the vulnerable's in our society. individuals with the conditions that we spoke to and the elderly. but built in that is a challenge. the challenge is that we still have the opportunity to influence the course of that curve. so what we would like to see is that when this is all over, our curve was not like that. our curve was like this. so the reason why we are implementing to implement thing the things we're trying that. and as a comment about your
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separate is a physician which i primarily m who takes care of patients every day for doing this, is that there are things that happened yesterday that i think are going to be really important to the people out there who are going to be impacted by this but are tickly by the physicians beta that is the president declared a state of national emergency because that will be what i thought the word that i use is essentially on shackling us from any of the things that will get in the way of our implementing. particular new powers giving to the new secretary of hhs and the departments in his agency particular cms which you will hear emotionally. within that group particular the nursing home situation which we got to really protect. at the other thing is we always get asked about testing. you saw the ceo out there and now it's all systems go. let's look forward. the responsibility will be with us but also with them because as we get knowledge about testing, we will alleviate the anxiety we have in the world
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about what we don't know what's going on but will also give the individual physician and individual citizens the opportunity to know where the standard of stop there and happy to answer questions later. thank you. >> you have been listening life to the press conference being held at the white house at this hour. we heard from president trump and heard from vp mike pence and also from doctor fauci to summers really quickly main point of that. president trump did say that he did get tested for coronavirus last night and said his temperature was taken before he went into the press conference today and that it was normal. they talked about the new restrictions on european travel or from your p trouble. they have added the uk and ireland to the list. the rest of the countries that were not being allowed to have people come into the united states with the exception ofleg this addition of uk and ireland would be affect my net. they spoke about the bill that
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sailed through the house that will meet the senate tomorrow. and food for children seniors and more importantly and free testing as soon as they get those test to anyone who wants to be tested for coronavirus. >> there are a few more people speaking about the various different areas of the things being put into place by the federal government right now. we are string that live on our facebook page if you want to continue to what separate us first, we will have weather when we come back after the break. be right back.
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tarte the state of louisiana postponed its presidential primary because of the coronavirus. louisiana's first date in the country to postpone its election due to virus per the primer scheduled for april 4 but is now going to take place on june 20. the dnc is also changing up sunday's debate because of the pandemic. the debate is being moved from arizona to washington dc to minimize travel. several san francisco movie theaters probably stop short
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films last night. include the bubble, the vogue and the roxy. many others. the movie theaters will follow suit after the city banned public gatherings of more than 100 people. movie houses are the many businesses affected by the mayor's order which is intended to help stop the virus from sprint. netflix has shut down production of all unscripted tv and film projects for at least the next two weeks. the los gatos-based company said the shutdown is in compliance with the government restricted involving art public gatherings and events. however netflix and other streaming platforms are expected to benefit from the health crisis with many people staying at home watching more tv. the new restrictions of large gatherings forced a big change in plans for a couple in berkeley. john and samantha were hoping to tie the knot at the berkeley city club on durant avenue but the wedding party was too large for the venue so they got married in their backyard. last night they held a reception with 50 family members and close friends at
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the gather restaurant on oxford street. >> it put a pinch on a once-in- a-lifetime opportunity but we are making the best of it. >> couples guest list was arnica and half with many out- of-towners just afraid to travel during this coronavirus pandemic. >> with the rest of the nba season in limbo the boys are making sure that chase center employees are taking care for the organization announced that the team, players and coaches are pledging $1 million to a disaster relief fund for arena workers per the warriors or than 1000 part-time employees with jobs wrenching from concessions to security and guest services. >> the stars are making donations to make the workers get through difficult time. zion williams of the new orleans pelican said for the next 30 days he will cover the salaries at the smoothie king center where the team plays. he said this is a small way to
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express my support for these people have been so great to me my teammates paid hopefully we can release some of the stress and hardship caused by this national health crisis. >> it's amazing that he should be a sophomore at duke and he's only 19. what a great example. >> weather is another big story today. if you're heading up to the sierra, better chain up you might want to say home because it will be tough sledding i bet. >> no triers or change or you won't get through. an advisory for trouble starting early this morning. we will go until monday afternoon. bay area rainfall and sierra snow on tap for today. tomorrow and into monday. maybe tuesday. there is a look at the oakland skyline. we got rain on the lens and the rain continues to fall. here's another shot a simple with the rain is falling here as well. into the rater will have scattered showers along the
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coastline and you can see inside the bay. the east bay, widespread rain there. northbay getting a little bit of a break but they are just getting started. the san mateo covered in green. san mateo bridge, the bay bridge, san francisco, across the golden gate into sausalito as well as to brian for the richmond san rafael bridge over to the east bay where again it is widespread from the space sure well in flint at this time as we continue our stretch paid highway for as well as five edits in and out of light showers into the sierra snow levels:below 4000 feet at the moment expected to drop all the way down to 2500 feet. so we could see a few -- a little bit of snow over our hills as well. there is a system. it will drop south today little bit more of a widespread rain. there is lunch time and there is 3:00 and there is 6:00. there is not club. funny begins to break away into the evening hours and we will hold onto scattered shower activity for sunday, monday and maybe into tuesday.
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little breezy out there as well with winds reporting from 30-35 miles per hour in the hills. as far as the advisory for this year, ginny goes until by the clock in the afternoon on monday. 4-5 feet of new snow expected at the higher elevations. great news. here's a look at the winds. 31 miles per hour and into the middle bay. it's a cool and breezy and wet day. temperatures in the upper 40s to low 50s right now. and not expected to go much higher. take a look at up in mid to upper 50s in the forecast. not only for today but as you look at the extended forecast, temperatures won't budge. they will remain in the 50s for the final days of winter. it's going to be like it with a good amount of rainfall. 1-2 inches is what we could see out of this. and the snow and the sierra is a blessing. >> i heard maybe chin up at pines up 50 and a pretty long
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trip into tahoe and you might want to wait and let it snow and go up next week. >> if you can wait. if you are up there, jackpot. >> some of her students and kids out of class, some families are like, let's go up. there are restrictions. their resorts and heavenly and northstar saying you should only write up on chairlifts with people in your own party. there will be restrictions at the lodges so they are also adjusting. they say the food because the lodges are very crowded. and again that is not something we should be doing. 100 people or less. >> a lot of them have cafeteria type lunches. >> so expect differences when you got there. >> thanks for joining us this morn. a very busy morning as we continue to follow the latest news to volunteer at ktvu.com. a lot has happened with the coronavirus and we will continue to update on all
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