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county officials may be present. helping those impacted by the coronavirus but it's been put on hold. we'll show you what's standing in the way. it's a brand new week and it's monday, march 23. i'm glad you're here. >> tomorrow may be different and rain trying to make it back in and there's a system to the north that's swinging in and that's pushing that system in the central and southern california. this does not have a lot of
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cold air but there's a lot of moisture hanging around for thursday morning and sun and clouds 50s and 60s on the temps today. an early morning house fire started after 3:00 and the crews controlled the fire in ten minutes and no one living at the home was hurt. the fire fighters say two baby chicks in the garage died in that fire. >> couple of brand new little kids with a heating lamp over a card board box created the fire. >> the fire was put out.
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the governor granted the request for a emergency declaration for the state. >> a major declaration sounds alarming but it'll be a help in spiking the coronavirus. governor gavin newsom approved the declaration and only took a few hours for the president to declare a major disaster in california. governor newsom said the coronavirus psoriasis is having wide range impacts in every part of california public and private life. this major disaster decurialation will help ease the burden by making federal funds available to state and federal governments for disaster aid, legal services and counseling. this is in addition to the legislation newsom signed last
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week putting $1.1 billion towards the state response. medical stations in california and one will be at the santa clara county convention center. president trump approved a navy ship to los angeles to provide more medical support. masks, gloves, and respirators will be sent there. the state's governor will call the shots on how guard members will be utilized. >> announcing action to help. new york, california, and washington episure that the national guard can effectively respond to this crisis, the national guard, these are tremendous people, they're fully on alert. we've signed what we had to sign, and it's been activated. >> a stay at home order continues and a lot of people have questions about who can go to work and what's considered an essential service.
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take a look at your screen here, this is a look at some essential job categories including people working in healthcare and public health like doctors, nurses, and caregivers and emergency services. food and agricultural and grocery store ploys and those in the emergency, water, waste water, transportation, and communications industries. if you want to see if your job falls under any of these categories, we'll have a full list on the website, can, tvu.com. reporting live, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you, sarah. time is 7:04, now every bay area county has confirmed coronavirus cases. >> eight, over the weekend dekalb con if i wered its two cases and bring the number of death in santa clara to ten. there's a total of 302 coronavirus cases and more
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testing should become available and convention center into a temporary medical facility where patients will be treated for other conditions including heart attacks. county health leaders are thanking people during the crisis and say they're trying to help. >> santa clara county director of communications and affairs and she's the only county executive. >> the coronavirus and deputy
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tested positive yesterday. officials say there's no known cases among inmates there and it'll operate under a covid-19 19 action plan and they'll continue to carry out emergency actions and also take extra precautions to make sure the staff and inmates are protected. in palo alto, three people in two senior living facilities tested positive along with one at linnton gardens in the arbor naked. there's other confirmed z cases of covid-19 covid-19 people from all over the bay area will be allowed to take these on the spot tests.
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it'll move into the next phase. >> it'll be screened by first responder and determined whether or not a test is warranted. at that point, you will receive the test, which is a nose and cheek swab and then asked to go home and stay there till the results come back. new week with the same trend on wall street and new york stock exchange is open and no trades on the floor. trading is all electronic this morning. the stock futures have been down more than 4% before the opening bell and they're still down and right now the dow jones down by one and a quarter percent and not as low as we were before. the session is open and s and p followed the trend and down about one and one-third.
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nasdaq ever so slightly on the plus side essentially the at sea level, locking the numbers on the dow bottom left of your screen and watch it throughout mornings on 2. u.s. senate and washington trying again today to pass an economic rescue package after a vote over the weekend failed to move it forward. democrats blocked it from moving forward saying: the draft package gives too much money to corporations and doesn't do enough to help workers and hospitals. >> the notion -- yes, we can and we should. the nation demands it. >> now, this financial stimulus package is supposed to boost the economy, which has been devastated by the outbreak of the coronavirus and the almost $2 trillion rescue package aimed at helping industries, small businesses, and families
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including $1200 in direct payment to millions of americans. governor newsom deployed the california national guard to help food banks across the state and those out of work due to the virus. among those providing food during the crisis and they'll open a popup pantry. find complete coverage here on mornings on 2 along with articles and videos from around the country and find a daily live stream and broadcast every weekday at 10:00 a.m.. if you haven't already, now is a good time to download the free ktvu news app and get the latest updates and breaking news straight to your device ask find information about school closures and options for patients. time is 7:09, east bay congressman now listed in critical condition with a severe case of pneumonia.
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the 67-year-old congressman was admitted to a washington dc hospital a week ago. he was being treated for complications of pneumonia after fracturing a rib. by the way, he has tested negative for the coronavirus. 7:10, talk about the weather. it's changing. one of the best things about the weather is we can get outside. >> you can get outside. it's been rather nice all though some of the thunderstorm activity yesterday kind of maybe put a little damper in some plans and there's more on the way tuesday into wednesday. scott, good morning. rain fall a third of an inch in san jose and san jose officially picked up a tenth of an inch and i believe totals not far away and it was really coming down and two-thirds of an inch and half-moon bay 6100 and they picked up .08 and yesterday the thunderstorm there and santa rosa back over to the park and they've collapsed now and pushing in
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the mountains and hail and along from gilroy and holster up to the peninsula and that system is on its way south and another system on the way. that one system right there works its way in this one. this system does not have a lot of moisture but packing cold air for this time of year and 40s and 50s on most temps in the santa clara valley and 54, san jose state, 50 degrees and sarah toga and santa clara. that system, the coldest air up north and it's up here. we need this to swing in and that'll take about a day or two to get here. it's on its way for tuesday, tuesday afternoon into wednesday and we will get some rain out of this. possibility again, days are much longer and you get this kind of cold air mass into may -- or march. see this pretty good buildup so
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something to watch going into tuesday and also wednesday. also the colder temps and tomorrow we get pretty cold air, breezy and take that into the weekend. >> thank you, steve. time is 7:12, you'll now be able to get that margarita or cocktail from your favorite restaurant. temporary measure that state officials are dealing with to let you have some of your favorite drinks. find out how bay area police departments are cracking down on nonessential businesses that are keeping their doors open despite the new rules. watching what's happening around the bay area. we're showing you this live if i canture outside our door and look at those clouds. steve's been telling you about over the bay area.
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county where 85 people died. they've reached a plea agreement with the booth county da along with pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter and pg and e will pay $4 million in fines. a grand jury investigated the role that pg and e's power lines played in starting the campfire, which wiped out the town of paradise. tesla expected totem prayerly close dids factory in fremont at the end of the day. it was made after meeting with city officials last week. alameda county joined other bay area counties and called for a shelter in place but tesla kept the factory open because it considered itself an essential business. 2500 of the company's 10,000 workers were told they should still show up for work. several said they were still working in tight quarters. basic operations will continue
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to support vehicle service and battery charging infrastructure. 7:16, this week many bayer police departments will be out increasing enforcement of the statewide shelter in place order. that includes cracking down on nonessential businesses that are keeping their doors open despite the new rules. new police in concord will be among the law enforcement out meeting face to face with business owners who don't comply. >> they'll be giving them a warning that required them to shut down and make sure they're fully educated on what the implications could be if they refuse to shut down. >> they'll have a dozen deputies making sure every business except those deemed essential immediately close their doors. police in san jose planned to start issuing noncompliance citations later this morning and police warned more than 50 san jose businesses deemed
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nonessential, they have to close their doors. san jose police say violators could face having their business license suspended or get a criminal citation. several popular east bay parks may be the next to close during the shelter in place order and rangers for the east bay park district say record breaking crowds pack the parks this past weekend and many of the joggers, hikers, and bicyclists failed to practice proper social distancing and they may close the park and other parks if people don't start following the rules. tour time is 7:18 and we'll go back to steve paulson to talk about our weather. steve, he'll be working from home tomorrow. i'm happy to look at him now in our studios. he's over here. >> i am indeed. gary says he's up in the hills. happy monday. thank you, gary. we had rolling thunder yesterday and nine one- hundredths in the rain gauge
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and 41 degrees this morning and we'll set you back yesterday. see the lightning strikes back over towards the park. that's moved south with that instability and rain was okay, especially in la honda on skyline and two-thirds of an inch and holster, 1600s and they did pick up a .08 and rail reports in the santa cruz mountains impressive as well and lifting north and i'm out of here .y in because there's a system to the north on its way and it's pushing that low into central and southern california and the system coming in tomorrow, late tonight and tomorrow, that's cloud cover but not a lot of rain but it is packing a lot of cold, unstable air arriving on tuesday and wednesday.
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temperatures are coldest set to arrive on tuesday and picking up more hit and miss and widespread rain but because of the time of the year and this cold unstable air mass coming in, thunderstorms on the weather menu for tuesday and wednesday along with cool democrats and i know we've had -- temps and we've had bud breaks for the wineries and i'd plan on getting the fans going thursday morning and wind protected areas and low to mid 30s and 50s, 60s with colder off and on shower activities and possible thunderstorms into wednesday morning and we'll warm it up and dry it out there. >> thank you, steve. 7:20, experimental coronavirus drug on hold. why they're implementing new restrictions and millions of californiaens are forced out of work due to the coronavirus. we'll tell you about the three ways you may still be able to get paid depending on why you're out of work.
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two long awaited video games could provide entertainment to those at home. both games are the latest industries in the popular franchises that debut decades ago. the california alcohol beverage control is temporarily allowing restaurants to deliver beer, wine, and cocktails as long as they're part of a food order.
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the department is also allowing alcohol to be sold at drive through drive-thru windows and the lifting restriction is help struggling restaurants survive. in australia, the beer companies will run out of beer and the companies say it'll tame take time. cruise ships are waiting to disembark and they must stay on board till they're tested for the coronavirus and passengers not from portugal will be taken to the airport to board humanitarian flights to their countries and none has
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reported symptoms. 7:26 and some people treated the first weekend of a statewide shelter in place order as a reason to hit the beach. one north bay beach town is telling outsider to stay away. his experience being infected with covid-19 and his symptoms and how he's recovering. ♪
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patients are counting on lifesaving transfusions. visit redcrossblood.org president trump approved governor's use for california and what it means for the state and the health on the way. we're live in the city and where the centers are opening to help local families. well, good morning and thank you for joining us.
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it is monday, march 23. >> we're glad you'ring with today. it's a new week for a lot of self-quarantining happening. >> indeed. >> a lot of people finding respite outside and how the weather is changing. >> very much so. you've been listening. thank you. that's correct. yesterday was changing for some and not for all. there's some pretty good thunderstorm activity starting south and worked its way north and johnny o said really interesting clouds in santa rosa and towering queues in there and thank you. that is true. we did have some pretty good buildups later in the afternoon and kind of work. there you go. it's all gone now but that was a good lightning display and more so lightning as far as rain goes. the heavier rain was down towards san jose south and cold air on the way and cold air coming in on the south and all that activity from southern
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california and the system and that'll play into our forecast in the next couple of days and highs will cool off with the 50s and 60s, you guys. time now 7:31 and we have new updated numbers about the confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the u.s.. now there are more than 35,000 cases across the country. 471 people have died in the virus in the u.s.. new york has the most coronavirus cases in the country by far more than 16,000 confirmed cases. seven states have more than one thousand cases. here's a quick break down of the confirmed coronavirus cases. san francisco 108, san mateo, 117, santa clara, 302, santa cruz county, 15 and alameda
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county 106. solano 14 and napa county 2. sonoma county 27 and marine county 38. president trump approved governor newsom's request for a major disaster declaration for california and similar for new york and washington state. >> they will provide extra support as the number of coronavirus patients is expected to grow.
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>> through fema, the federal government will be funding $100% of the cost of deploying national guard units to carry out approved missions to stop the virus well. those governor remain in command. the city of san francisco expanding emergency child care hours for essential city employees. ktvu is in san francisco to explain how it will work. good morning, ali. >> good morning, dave. we're at golden gate park and behind us is one of the buildings designated as a sites set aside to provide emergency child care for the city and county workers. those include disaster services workers, department of public health employees and employees
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part of community clinic consortium. they're expanding the hours they'll be providing this mortgage child care from 6:30 in the morning to 7:30 in the evening to fall more in line with the 12 hour shift. it is by invitation only and it's not a situation where you can come here and drop off your children and the department of health should be reaching out to the workers for the free emergency service. live in san francisco, ktvu, fox 2 news. >> ali, thank you. happening today, hundreds of passengers from the grand princess isolated at travis air force base should be released. they were quarantined.
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the passengers have been moved to medical facilities off base and 191 are waiting for their test results and are being released because they finished the mandatory quarantined period. another 560 passengers declined to be tested and they too are being released today. republican senator of rand paul of kentucky is the first to test positive. he'll stay in quarantine in kentucky. he was at the senate gym and then flew home. the senator decided to self- quarantine because he had close interactions with senator paul. >> all the senators will seek medical advice as to what action we should take and make sure that we don't anyway spread the virus ourselves. >> senator paul reportedly had no contact with his staff and they've been working from home for the pes ten days and two other lawmakers, congressman ben mcadams of utah and another
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of florida also tested positive. there's a new study that focused on italy. it is the late especially evidence shutting the coronavirus may be killing more men than women. almost 5500 people have died in the virus in italy since the pandemic began and researchers at john hopkins found about 70% of italy's deaths have been men. that matches the study involving the deaths in china. they don't know why it's taking a greater toll on men . a northern california man is recovering from the coronavirus is sharing his story in hopes that others take the virus seriously. the 39-year-old said the symptoms started to manifest on march 4.
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>> disposable slots and little booties on their feet and my room was separated and only one person came in at a time. the fatigue and headache are persisting and the trouble breathe asking subsiding. a new experimental drug that might work against covid-19 and offered limited compassionate use for request and needs people trying the drug to be part of the clinical trial. that trial could prove the drug is safe and effective against
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the coronavirus. right now they're working obvious it. people are sending a message to visitors: stay home. in fact, one part of the town was filled with homemade signs and it is response of crowds and people at the beaches this weekend and signs had messages like this is a pandemic, not a vacation. and surf in your bedroom. >> this isn't the time to come out and crowd other people's neighborhoods and, you know, trying to let people know we don't want to put our town at risk more so than other places just because it's a tourist location. >> now, it's a small town in marine county that boarders the beach and the essential businesses are allowed to stay open and include healthcare and emergency services. we have a complete list of the essential businesses listed in that statewide order. that list is on our website.
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can, tvu.com. whether is changing. >> it's too it almost, too late. there's no miracle march in here and it was quite the show yesterday for many from south to north. started down towards san jose and santa clara valley and santa cruz mountains and see the lightning strikes right there. 50s and 60s on the temps here and holster at third, half-moon bay at 1,600ths and they picked up .08 around san jose and tenth to third of an inch and most fell in a short period of time. system moving into southern california because it's getting bumped along by that system
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coming in. this can trigger more thunderstorm activity and more on the temps there and 36, kenwood was in the 30s and i'm sure they still are. cloud cover not the main story and cold air coming in behind it then will give us more widely scattered showers and there could be a few brief downpours to a third or maybe a half inch and some lower snow levels and we'll see cold air move in here by wednesday morning and 60s on the temps and that'll take us into thursday morning and critical minimums thursday in wind protected areas and after that, we'll get more sunshine and warmer temps. time is 7:40, a warning about scams people taking
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7:44 and federal law enforcement apt cities cracking down on coronavirus scams and they say it's a top priority for them right now. they say scammers are conning people around the country with websites and apps promises phony treatments and cures. if you've been a victim, call the hot line at (866)720-5721. here in the bay area, authorities are seeing a growing number of scams here. the scams include clams of vaccines, fake charities and phony calls for help from relatives of virus patients. >> they're calling people saying their loved one headed to the hospital and they were involved in an accident and ultimately got arrested for causing that accident. >> bay area authorities also
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cracking down on price gouging on things like hand sanitizer and toilet paper. >> every location in the country where state law allows them to stay open. only employees allowed to stay in the store. products will be delivered to your car on curb side and items not ordered in advance can be purchased and brought to your car. they're forcing companies to eliminate spending and the carriers are asking congress for $60 billion in financial relief. president trump's trade adviser says help for airlines is included in the stimulus bill congress is expected to pass next week.
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>> $200 billion collateralized program. >> it'll lay off some 750,000 workers. the travel economy is part of the economy that's suffering. >> retailers also losing a lot of money as people are out of work and staying home. h and m said this morning, it is looking for ways to cut costs including laying off perhaps tens of thousands of workers. most of its five thousand stores are closed right now. now, the opening bell rang this morning on an empty floor amid a lot of tension and traders doing what many are doing, sheltering in place, conducting work online and stocks dropped again when the bell rang despite an announcement from the federal reserve that it's taking action to shore up the economy and warding off a credit crunch but not enough as the most of the
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investors and markets waiting for good solid stimulus plan and more than 300 points and one and a half percent there and s and p500 down to lowest level since 2016. 2266 down one and a half percent and also down a bit this morning. aircrafts taking stops to cut costs for $60 billion in federal assistance. the airline industry is not included in the stimulus bill and the president said he supports a bailout for boeing. some businesses are doing fairly well during this pandemic. amazon warehouse employees getting a temporary pay raise for overtime since march 15,
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warehouse workers earning double their hourly rate when working more than 40 hours a week instead of time and a half. it's scheduled to run at least till may 9. you can apply for unemployment benefits. if you're caring for someone that's sick, first turn to your employer's family leave program and next step is apply for paid family leave through the edd and we report some of the businesses that are hiring and doing well, cvs is another business looking to hire
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workers and demand increases and it needs 50,000 of our workers to restore services and drivers distribution center, employees, and customer service professionals. that little burst of weather just missed us by that much and a gorgeous afternoon for a social distancing hike and you and the horses it was a nice day to get out and enjoy that. the thunderstorm activity is close in the northern napa valley and over to santa rosa and sonoma county, bennett valley and that's all gone now.
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la honda in the peninsula and higher clouds and cold air behind it. 30s, 40s, and 50s on the east bay temp and everyone pretty close and alameda 52 and pittsburgh in there and union city 52 and danville and walnut creek not much of a difference. >> decent little breeze and northwest 25 and mount diablo.
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highs about 55, 56 and wind protected areas with critical minimums here and for springtime, pretty cold for us. 50s, 60s on the temps and cloud it up and get shower activity into wednesday and thunderstorms for thursday and more with the coronavirus. coming up in the next hour, how losing one of your senses may be the first sign you have the virus. and businesses are changing. how they operate during the coronavirus pandemic. how one company is helping children learn from home and the added bonus for their parents. but first, the old school
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a landmark home under construction for 38 years and mystery health.com and if you have tickets for a tour scheduled and they'll be honored once the house reopens. people living in an apartment complex in germany are the latest to head to their balconies to show solidarity with italy with the coronavirus
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pandemic. >> workers saw northern italians on lockdown holding sing alongs from their balconies and many states putting up holiday decorations as a way to create cheer during the pandemic and halloween lights and more. people say this is great to see the declarations while out walking around their neighborhood. a group of medical students launch a donation drive. they'll be collecting items at ucsf and mount zion in san francisco and the mission center building on folsom at ucsf in the children's hospital in oakland. it's scheduled from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. seven days a week. nurses along the local healthcare workers are worried
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they won't be able to protect themselves from the coronavirus due to inadequate supplies. also, kaiser nurses accused management of keeping masks locked up. kaiser said we're providing our staff with the proper medical equipment aligned with the guidance. it's a stressful time and encourage staff to raise concerns. cisco announce add $225 million assistance in response to covid-19. they're supporting healthcare and education. response and critical technology. they'll be holding a virtual news con treens today to talk about the support and the multimillion dollar initiative. the mayor announced a berkeley relief fund and the mayor kicked off the fund over the weekend on youtube and the live event asked people to make donations online to help people who have lost their jobs during the public health crisis.
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>> how we going to make sure that workers are able to continue to pay the rent and do not become homeless. these are serious questions many of us have been asking and that's why we created the berkeley relief fund. >> $3million on the fund. president trump approves a major disaster declaration for coronavirus here in california. find out what that means. the county hit the hardest by the pandemic and how county officials are preparing. >> the senate passing a stimulus package and what's helping democrats and republicans together. good morning, everybody. it is monday, march 23. this is steve who's in the office for now and we're talking about changes for those of us who want to get outside
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as we're being told to stay. >> it's going to get cold and more. >> today's your case and we have the thunderstorm activity and that'll push south and sun and clouds, 50s, 60s and a cloudy evening and a system moving in from the north. there's some really cold air and filter in tuesday and wednesday morning and even into thursday and get ready. 40s and 50s on your temps and we'll see more shower activity and maybe thunderstorms as we head into tuesday, wednesday. today is your inbetween day and upper 50s and low 60s on the highs. >> thank you, steve. new this morning, fire fighters in antioch investigating a house fire that started after 3:00 this morning at a home located on hillside road and fire fighters were able to get this under control in about ten minutes. no one living in the home were hurt and two baby chicks did die in the fire.
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>> the red cross was on scene to help the family. request for a emergency declaration in california. we're working from home and the proclamation will help california and to other states deal with emergency responses to the outbreak. >> it only took a few hours for the president to declare a major disaster in california. these are the three states hit hardest by coronavirus. but what does the declaration mean? it basically gives more money to california to help fight coronavirus. federal funds are available to state and local governments for emergency support like disaster aid, legal services, and crisis counseling. this is in addition to the declaration the governer signed last week and putting it towards the state's response.
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governor gavin newsom signed the letter to approve the request for the declaration. in the letter, the coronavirus crisis is having wide range impacts in every part of california public and private life. it's just going to get worse. this is some of what the federal government approved. fema will supply eight emergency medical stations in our state with two thousand. one will be at the santa clara county convention center and 250 patients can be treat there had and a navy ship deploy to los angeles to provide more medical support and the federal government will cover the cost for the national guard to california. medical supplies on their way here. the president said supplies should arrive within the next day or so. >> respirators, surgical masks and s, cover alls and
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gloves. >> as california's stay at home order was continued, a lot of people have questions about who can go to work and what's considered an essential service. some essential job categories including people working in healthcare and public health like doctors, and those in the energy, water, waste water and more. if you want to see if your job falls under these categories, we have a full list on our website, all you have to do is at the very top, there's a button that says web links, click that and control down and see the entire list. reporting live, ktvu, fox 2 news. 123450 right over the weekend, the napa county department of puck lick health announced two more deaths bringing that number to ten in santa clara county. the most of any bay area county
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and there are now 302 confirmed coronavirus cases in santa clara county. that's the highest number in northern california. santa clara county is preparing for a surge of protecting people. they're grateful for people who have been contacting their doctors before going to the emergency room at county facilities. >> that in itself compressed our emergency rooms in the hospital within the county side county wide. weave seen a lower volume. >> one of the confirmed coronavirus cases is santa clara county director of communications and public affairs. she became ill more than a week ago and the only county executive to test positive for the coronavirus. >> las vegas' deputy tested
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positive for the virus and tested positive yesterday and was assigned to county jail on brian street but officials say there's no known cases among inmates. the sheriff's office says it's operating under a covid-19 response and action plan and will continue to carry out emergency actions and make sure staff and inmates are protected. two residents of the v near the shop center tested positive and in the arbor's neighborhood and other confirmed cases in the bay area nursing home and cupertino. >> free coronavirus tests for people in the bay area. they can take the on the spot tests and on fire station 7 and fire fighters and paramedics will prescreen people as they arrive and the test will move into the next phase. >> it'll be screened by first
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responders and determined whether or not a test is warranted and you'll receive the test, which is a nose and cheek swab and then asked to go home and stay in isolation in your home till the test results come back. >> those test results should come back in less than 12 hours and the center will be open daily from 9 in the morning till 6 at night. take a peek at stocks but the same trend we've been suffering through for much of the past three weeks and the new york stock exchange is open and no traders on the floor and today is the first day of all electronic trading and the stock markets are open but no one is physically there. stock futures are down more than 4% before the opening bell and they took a steep dive not long after the markets opened and recovered a bit but at the halfway point. dow jones down about 2.5 points and s and m down by almost 2.5 and nasdaq down about 1% and the numbers on the dow locked
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on the bottom left and watch those again. the senate passing a economic stimulus package after a vote over the weekend failed to move the vote forward. >> can we overcome that. >> the stimulus package is intended to boost the economy, which has been devastated by the coronavirus outbreak. small businesses and families
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and out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic. the food bank is among those still providing food during the crisis. it opens up a popup pantry at the bay view oprah house in san francisco. opera house. find a daily live stream and broadcast every weekday at 10:00 a.m. f. you haven't already, now is a good time to download the free ktvu news app. get the latest updates and breaking news sent straight to mobile device. find information on school closures and good option for parents. >> they're listed in critical condition with a severe case of pneumonia and admitted to a washington dc hospital with a severe case of pneumonia. he's tested negative for the coronavirus. talk about getting outside and we've been trying to do as much of that as we can. steve paulson and the weather is changing and may change.
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>> winter-like will be the feel. tuesday, wednesday, and thursday morning not so much today. we'll have a mix of sun and clouds. temperatures, upper 50s, lower 60s and very cold air and it's being pushed south ask and southeast as that comes to the north and leading edge of it isn't much but it's what's behind that and upstream playing into our weather, 30s, 40s, and 50s on your temps here and mid 40s and that is at 43 degrees and close for the area. upper 40s and 50s around the area. the system is packing a punch and that punch is cold air mayb thunderstorm activity and thurwind protected areas and tuesday into thursday will be quite cool for us here and temperatures today t50s and
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60s and clouds on the increase throughout the day on the north and we'll get off and on rain tuesday and possible thunderstorms wednesday and cold after that and drier and more sun and warmer going into the weekend. you're now able to get the margarita or cocktail coming up and measure taken by the state or officials. after the break, we have more on the services. according to the howell family: auntie jenn's friend and her son can live with them as long as they want. according to the census: it doesn't matter if you're related or not. shape your future. start here. complete the census at 2020census.gov
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my organization served 400 meals to over 400 homeless people each week. our caterer shut down and we lost access to a lot of food donations so what we're seeing is the homeless population and other vulnerable populations suffering from deep food insecurity and we've had to resource and find new creative ways to get food to the people. right now we are working with restaurants who are donating food on a daily basis as they are -- have lost a lot of customers and we're picking up leftover food and talking to farmer's markets about leftover food and we're talking to chefs who are talking about them turning away and when's new to the people who are coming to you either for the first time
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now and i'm hearing from a lot of people and in the bay area and how have you held up yourselves? >> i'm trying to hold up. i'm taking all the health and safety precautions for myself. i've had some limited number of volunteers that can work with me so that means more work for my small and mighty team and i'll form organization members and our work has increased because the demand has increased and we had to increase our clientele so not only do we serve the homeless and we also are delivering food and supplies to seniors, people who are disabled and people who
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are having compromised immune system and doctors referring patients to me for supplies and physical low organizations calling me asking me can they buy supplies from our organizations so everyone is scrambling right now. >> candice, is it cash or food i can give? what's the best way for people to help you? >> the best way for people to help the east oakland collective is to do grocery shopping for us. money is good but we are -- have limited capacity actually going out and going to costco or any other, you know, open can buy purchases in bulk and shop for yourself, consider buying some nonperishable food items and we are happy to take them and actually redistribute them out to people in need so people can go to our website,
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www.eastoaklandcollective.com and at the top is a volunteer form and an amazon wish list for people doing social distancing and send a delivery with the supplies. >> candice with the east oakland collective and thank you for all your hard work and what you can do. we'll no doubt help you and i want to put up a full screen and reemphasizing the information candice was talking about including the website for the east oakland collective and the phone number to call, (510)990-0775. not just food but hygiene supplies in need.
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>> by tomorrow, very cold air filtering in. yesterday was all about areas to the north and santa rosa and the valley, rona park with the thunderstorm activity and we'll loop it again and see that building up and there it was, pretty good lightning show and towards san jose, which had some impressive downpours, santa cruz mountains with hail, and peninsula and all that ended and moving south out of the area. most rain was la honda, two- thirds of an inch and picked up .08 and colder air is on the way. no doubt about it. today mix of sun and clouds, that system coming in from florida pushing in that other area and lose the instability with the thorp activity on sunday and that's out of the south. 40s, 50s on the temps and that upstream is really cold air for this time of year.
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it works its way on tuesday, and especially wednesday and you'll notice a hint of winter around here at least for us. not much rain, tenth of an inch, quarter of inch and isolated thunderstorms or hail and more to the hoals but the temps and the lows are going to be in the 50s on the high skyed and 30s on lows and wind protective areas and wednesday is the critical day. 50s and 60s today and all be 50s and good news after thursday, we'll rebound more. >> quick reminder if you haven't already and download more and interactive radar and easy feature and up load the -- more. >> people with coronavirus, how losing one of your senses could be the first sign you may have the virus. businesses changing how they operate during the coronavirus pandemic. how one company is helping
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being able to provide for the elementary school kids is great. >> the cabinet maker haves put together more than 600 home desks and asking for donations to make many more in the days and weeks ahead. two long awaited video games provide entertainment to the millions of people spending most time at home. animal crossing new horizons and doom eternal are available for nintendo players and both are available in the franchises as they debuted decades ago. get a cocktail to go. california alcohol beverage control is temporarily allowing restaurants to deliver beer, wine, and cocktails as long as they're part of a food order and the department is allowing alcohol to be sold at drive through windows and no alcohol deliveries will be allowed between 2 and 6 in the morning. the department says that temporarily lifting restrictions will hopefully help restaurants survive.
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>> it would take time to restart the brewing process if they're forced to shut down because of covid-19. it would take three months to get the supply back to normal. more than 300 passengers docked in portugal are waiting to disembark and passengers must stay on board still they're tested with the coronavirus. starting tomorrow, passengers no the from portugal taken to the airport to board humanitarian flights to their own country and canada and australia said that won't be at the games in tokyo and calling for the games to be postponed till 2021. canada said this is not solely about athlete help but public health. the decisions by canada and australia came hours after the ioc said it's considering postponing not canceling the summer game because of the pandemic. >> in spain, they're getting
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much needed love appreciation to each other. hospital staff, police officers, and bus drivers line the streets of madrid to thank each other for their hard work in response to the coronavirus outbreak. healthcare workers pay tribute to those who died in the virus and the virus killed nearly 2,000 people in spain and infected another 28,000 people. spain is the second hardest hit country in europe after italy. some people treated the first weekend of statewide shell nor place order as a weekend to hit the beach. one north bay town telling outsiders to stay away. a northern california man speaking out about his experience being infected with covid-19 and his symptoms and how he's recovering. ♪
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thank you, steve. new updated numbers on confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the united states. more than 35,000 cases across the country, 471 people have died in the virus in the u.s.. new york has the most cases in the country with more than 16,000 confirmed cases, seven states now have more than one thousand cases. there's a quick peek of the break down-over confirmed cases in the bay area and san
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francisco county reporting the most. santa cruz with 15 and alameda with 106 and contracosta counties, 61 confirmed cases and lake county not reporting any confirmed cases. president trump has approved governor newsom's request for a major declaration for california. similar for new york and washington state. the president also approved several temporary medical sites here in california. that'll provide 2,000 hospital beds in our state with more than 200 at the santa clara convention senter and will provide large quantities of medical supplies and protective gear on the way to the state. mercy is heading to the port of los angeles to provide extra support as the number of coronavirus patients is expected to grow. the declaration frees federal money for emergency assistance for state and local government. some nonprofit osars that
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provide emergency support including disaster aid and legal services eligible for funding and as we've been reporting, the national guard has been activated. >> through fema, the federal government will be funding 100% of the cost of deploying national guard units to carry out approved missions to stop the virus well. those governors remain in command. >> this means the governor's will make the decision on when to call up the guard and where the guard members go. >> we have more in san francisco on the story. good morning. >> good morning. we're at golden gate park and behind us is old fair building being re-purposed and used. there's 35 sites. the park is operating as part of the free child care service and no children inside and no one drop off any children inside and you can see some of the counselors walking around
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and there's a number of tables with legos, arts and crafts supplies for when kids come in later this morning. today, this free emergency child care program has been expanded to include more of the city and counties essential workers that include disaster services workers, department of public health employees and employees part of the san francisco community clinic consortium and providing from 6:30 in the morning to 7:30 in the evening. >> they're doing that more in line and healthcare worker haves to work. child care is k through eight graders and receiving meals through the program and 35 sites throughout the city of san francisco providing free emergency child care for workers. this is a program that's by invitation only and not a situation where you can million up and drop off your children and they continue to help emer
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services. >> live in san francisco, ktvu fox 2 news. happening today, hundreds of passengers from the grand princess cruise ship were isolated in fairfield and will be released. they were quarantined in oakland and seven of the 115 tested in travis tested positive and moved to made cal facilities off base and another 191 are waiting for their first results and being released because they finished the mandatory quarantine period and 560 passengers declined to be tested and being released today. >> rand paul from kentucky became the third member of congress and first u.s. senator to test positive for the coronavirus. he'll stay in quarantine for the state of kentucky and had been at the senate gym before getting the diagnosis and flying home. mitt romney decided to self- quarantine after close interactions with senator paul. >> all the senators will seek medical advice as to what
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action we should take to make sure we don't in any way spread the virus ourselves. >> senator paul had no contact with his staff who have been working from home for the past ten days. two of the lawmakers, congressman ben mcadams of utah and one from florida also tested poz ty. another study in italy is the latest to suggest the coronavirus may be killing more men than women. 5500 people have died in the virus in italy since the virus began and 70% of italy's fatalities have been men. that matches and earlier studies of the death in the country in china. researcher don't know why the virus may be taking a greater toll on men. 39-year-old justin will height said his symptoms started to manifest march 4 and a rancho cordova man went to the erer.
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his flu test came back negative and was finally tested for coronavirus. he noticed major changes and heightened precautions among the hospital staff treating him. >> my wife could no longer come to the emergency room with me. everybody had masks, m95 masks, goggles, clear face masks, disposable smocks, little booties on their feet, and my room was separated. only one person came in at a time. >> he says the fatigue and headache are persisting but the pain while breathing is beginning to subside. he's now at home in quarantine. his doctors said he could remain contagious for up to a month. >> they're put ago stop to emergency access to a drug that could work against covid-19. it's offered limited compassion use request and now needs people trying the drug to be
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part of the clinical trial and could prove the drug is safe and effective against the coronavirus. right now there's no proven treatments or vaccines for covid-19. >> one part of town filled with homemade sign in response to the crowds of people at the beaches in marine county. this is a pandemic, not a vacation and surf in your bedroom. >> this isn't a time to crowd other people's neighborhoods. we don't want to put our town at risk more so than other places just because it's a tourist location. >> after a packed saturday, county officials did remind people yesterday to stay home. several popular east bay parks may be next to close during the california shell nor place order. rangers in the east bay park district. they fail to practice proper
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social distancing and district managers say they may close regional parks if people don't start following the rules. bay area bridges are temporarily going cash free in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus. people without fast pass are expected to drive right on through the toll plaza without stopping to pay and the drivers will get a bill in the mail later based on license number. >> ridership levels drop to record lows. the last train leaves at 9:00 this weekend service will be reduced from 8 in the morning till 9 at night on saturday and sunday. the city of berkeley will stop enforcing some parking rules today. city leers say that many people are staying at home and they want to make it easier for people to park their vehicles without worrying about moving them. the changes will be in effect through at least april 7.
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essential businesses include healthcare and emergency service ifs you want to learn more, we have posted a complete list of essential businesses listed in the statewide order and that list is on our website as ktvu.com. 8:39 and talk about the changes we're beginning to see and feel as they relate to the weather. >> there's a lot of fog going expander it looks more like june every day. 47, 59. there's a pretty good low cloud deck out there. colder air on the way and it's being enhanced by the system coming in. fog, some cloud, 50s, 60s and
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the system moves in and gave us the thunderstorms yesterday and the system does not have a lot of moisture to work w at least not yet and once that cold air moves over the relatively warmer ocean waters, it'll trigger in rain starting on tuesday. kind of a disorganized crop and once that settles in this time of year, it'll provide pretty good lift in the atmosphere and isolated thunderstorms and hail reports over the next few days and tuesday, wednesday with a foot to foot and a half and likely down to 2500 feet and if we can have enough moisture in the air, our snow levels might come down around the hills here not till wednesday night or thursday and very cold lows wednesday and thursday for wind protected areas and 50s, 60s and colder, off and on rain and
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critical minimums and wineries or cultural issues and improving those conditions. >> coming up on the 9:00, what dr. oz learned about covid-19 and how the drug combination works. >> how bay area police departments are cracking down on nonessential businesses keeping their doors open despite the new rules.
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sparring the campfire that destroyed the town of paradise in 2018. fire investigators termed the fire started after a warm piece of metal broke free from a pg and e tower and it sparred and set fire to brush below. 8:4h happening today, tesla expected to temporarily close its factory in fremont at the end of the day. it was made after city officials last week. they joined other bay area counties and called for a
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shelter in place. they hired the company's ten thousand workers still needed to show up. workers said they were working in tight quarters and they'll continue to support vehicle service and infrastructure. >> many bay area police departments are enforcing the stay home order. >> they'll be giving them a warning that they're required to shut down and make sure that they're fully educated on what the implications could be if they refused to shut down. >> the alameda county sheriff's office will have a dozen deputies making sure every business except those deemed essential will close their doors and police in san jose
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will issue noncompliance citations. san jose businesses deemed nonessential to close their doors and violaters could face the suspension of business license or even a criminal citation. wall street still waiting for a stimulus plan. >> the mortgages to try and prevent a credit crunch. now, the opening bell rang this morning on an nc floor amid a lot of tensions with traders doing a shelter in place conducting work online. all electronic trading but take a look at the dow and last hour of the report is about 350 now down about 950, almost 5% and the s and p500 also down about
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5% below 2200 now and the nasdaq with 6633 down three and a half percent and the largest aircraft manufacturer taking subs to cut costs and asking for $60 billion for assistance. the ceo and chairman of boeing are giving up salaries till the end of the year and the company will suspend its dividend. the aerospace industry not including in the economic stimulus bill considered by the senate but the president supports a bailout for boeing. >> amazon said deliveries could take anywhere from five days to a month. in addition to prioritizing items, it's got a lot of
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factors. >> best buy offering curb side service at every state in the country. only employees allowed in the stores during the covid-19 crisis and the service started z this weekend at the emeryville store products ordered on the best buy, apple, or more delivered to your car curb side. big demands as people work from home and need that equipment and items nod ordered in advance can be purchased and brought out to your car if available. californiaens have a few options through your employer or perhaps the state's employment development project. if you've been laid off or have them cut off. the gap will be waived if work was lost because of pandemic and if you're sick, use sick leave or apply for state disability benefits and if you're caring for someone
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that's sick, check with your employers family leave program. the next step would be to file for paid family leave through the edd. that's a look at dollars and cents. >> thank you. new reports show losing so he thinks of smell and taste may be signs of coronavirus infections. colleagues around the world are telling patients who lose their senses to isolate themselves for seven days even if they have no other symptoms a. group representing ear, nose, and throat doctors urging others to do the same as they believe these are the first signs of the virus. major changes for the national football league draft according to the la time and they've decided to scrap plans for the draft in las vegas. they'll be broadcast from a studio with teams remotely announcing their selections from their own headquarters and the draft is scheduled for april 23 to the 25th. they've not made a statement. changes in the weather
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department as well. the system from the innovator,
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that's it. the moisture source doesn't look like what's upstream. cold air coming in and we'll give more shower activity on tuesday and wednesday and this is pretty good for this time of year. pretty impressive. we went all of february and didn't see anything like this and we will now that it's spring. rain, it'll be hit and miss, garden variety and some hail. thursday morning looks pretty cold and rebounds a bit and already for some to the north and we'll get colder showers and dry on friday and systems to the north and it's okay here and breezy on sunday but next couple days, should be on the cold side. >> grab a jacket. steve, thank you. coming up, fielding pressures to protect athletes from around the world and the plans to postpone the olympics. old school business making
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a comeback during the covid-19 lock down where drive in movie theaters seeing a lot more business and how one customer making sure everyone stays safe. ♪
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welcome back to mornings on 2. people have been sending requests in. this is a special time, no doubt about it. we're sitting 6 feet apart and we've added traffic jams every day of the week till the situation normalizes and thanks for adding ain't no stopping us
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now. if you have a request, use the tvu by sending to facebook, twitter, or instagram. >> thank you. singer neil diamond tweaked ask reworked one of his biggest hits to make it more current. listen to newest version of sweet caroline. ♪ >> neil diamond made the recording with the acoustic guitar and released on twitter with more than 4 million views. people living in a apartment complexion in germany are the latest to go to balconies to show solidarity with italy during the pandemic.
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>> the scene played out and the group joined together to sing the ital resistance song. they saw northern italians on lockdown holding sing alongs from their balconies. people living in the las vegas neighborhood say it's great to see the decorations out while walking around their neighborhood. an old business getting a boost from the coronavirus epidemic. people flocking to drive in theaters seance they've maintained social distancing and can offer first rate entertainment for family or date nights and florida's rhus kin drive in has vehicles lining up more than an hour before the gates open. there's hand sanitizer available for anyone that wants it. >> we've haven't been to the
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drive in in a long time and thought it would be a good way to get out and do something but not around a long time. >> there's two drive ins in the bay area and solano and concord show first run movies. >> the mystery house offering free virtual tools. a group of medical students launch a medical drive to collect medical items needed at bay area hospitals. they'll be collecting at mount zion medical center and the mission center building on folsom and ucsf in oakland.
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it's scheduled from 8:00 a.m. till 5:00 p.m. seven day as week. cisco focusing on supporting healthcare and education. government response and critical technology. they'll be holding a press conference and more. the mayor of berkeley announced the berkeley relief fund and the mayor kicked off the fund over the weekend on youtube and the live event asked people to make donations to help those that lost their job during the crisis. >> how will we make sure that workers who do these jobs are able to continue to pay the rent and do not become homeless. these are serious questions many of us have been asking, and that is why we created the berkeley relief fund. >> the city set aside there are 3 million for the fund.
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welcome to the nine, a live look right now , at the city of hayward where the new coronavirus testing centers opening for the first time. you can see an official talking to members of the media. is the first, let's listen in . we are listening. this is hayward fire station number 7, right near tennyson road. opening to testing facilities, sick people, first responders in healthcare workers with exposures can get tested. welcome to the nine, alongside nausea, i am mike me back. this is

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