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Tagged with: Public Health

Berkeley professor from Angola talks about the threat to abortion rights—globally

Dr. Ndola Prata: 'When laws get highly punitive, the poor are affected'

Unlike London Breed, I never took my mask off. Now COVID cases are up again

The mayor's 'back to normal' stance seems to mean reinvigorating the Financial District more than protecting her constituents

It’s Election Day Tuesday. The supes districts lines are still not finished.

Plus: Are the cops doing their job, and do they really need more money? That's The Agenda for April 18-24

The end of mask mandates at Warriors games threatens workers

18,000 unmasked fans at Chase Center? What about the people who have to go to work there?

Reforming the recall—and the mayor’s power to appoint elected officials

Plus: What's going on with Mental Health SF, and is CPMC helping with the public-health crisis in the Tenderloin?

Breed’s office denies reality in hearing on Tenderloin state of emergency

There's not much available housing. There's not enough medical care. And the mayor's staff denies that the city even does homeless sweeps. Oh: But the cops are making more busts.

The profound importance of a new Housing Plan for San Francisco

The Agenda: City planners admit the 'Jobs Economy' was a disaster. Will they really take another path this time?

Giants workers get record contract

Threat of playoff strike leads to a big win—but COVID is still a serious threat to the people who staff ballpark concessions.

Why no COVID vaccine requirements for Giants fans?

Concession staffers have to get the shot—but people cheering and shouting in a packed stadium can threaten the workers and themselves.

Keep the SIP hotels open to save lives, demonstrators tell Mayor Breed

Sup. Haney says feds will probably keep paying—but in the end, the city needs to buy these hotels as permanent housing.