“Do you still feel you’re the most trusted name in news?” O’Keefe continued. “Because I have to say, from what have been hearing on these phone calls, I don’t know about that. We’ve got a lot of recordings that indicate you’re not really that independent of a journalist.” … [Read more...] about Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe Announces Himself Live During CNN Conference Call, Stuns Jeff Zucker
Unlike the New York case, he said, Santa Clara County’s restrictions are evenly applied to secular and non-secular gatherings, and in the New York case, those attending religious services were wearing face coverings and practicing social distancing. Gondeiro said the church submitted a social distancing plan and noted that no cases have been linked to Calvary Chapel services. … [Read more...] about Judge orders San Jose church to comply with health orders
Santa Clara County had some of the nation’s first known coronavirus outbreaks and was an early hot spot. But the county, like most of the Bay Area, is now in the moderate zone. As of Friday morning, the county had 24,665 cases, including 113 new cases, according to the public health department. The county reported two new deaths, bringing the total to 404. A total of 83 people are hospitalized, including 17 new patients. … [Read more...] about ‘Imminent risk of a super-spreader’: Santa Clara D.A. sues San Jose church, alleging health order violations
“Historically, sportsmanship was about building a team and protecting that team,” he said in a news conference. “Coaches, managers and owners used to want to protect their players from damage. Those values seem to have been delayed during the COVID pandemic. If leaders want to protect their teams and communities, they shouldn’t play anywhere until it’s safe. You could imagine a resurgence of team-building when the teams spend their time building a community COVID relief fund rather than trying to endanger the community more.” … [Read more...] about Stanford football relocates to Northwest to continue season away from coronavirus bans
San Francisco leaders said Tuesday that they expect to issue new orders this week, possibly today, after local cases quadrupled over the past month and hospitalizations doubled in just 10 days. The rollbacks likely would include stricter limits on retail and other indoor business capacity and further reductions in the size of outdoor gatherings, as well as a mandatory quarantine for people coming to San Francisco from out of town. … [Read more...] about Bay Briefing: Can California’s targeted shutdowns curb the coronavirus?