Lopez’s son, Santiago, described his father as “someone who loved San Francisco and always considered it home.” Lopez, who was born in Guanajuato, Mexico, opened the first outpost of El Farolito in San Francisco’s Mission District in 1983. The mini-chain, which has 12 locations throughout the Bay Area, has long been considered one of the best taquerias in the region. … [Read more...] about Bay Briefing: New coronavirus variant on rise in California, tied to Kaiser ER outbreak
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Under Title 42 Coronavirus protection protocols put in place by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, approximately 90 percent of apprehended migrants are returned to Mexico after undergoing a medical screening and biometric background investigation, CBP officials previously told Breitbart Texas. … [Read more...] about 114 Migrants Found in U-Haul near Border in Texas
Specifically, scientists have honed in on the notion of "zoonotic" viruses as a prominent cause for concern for the emanation of new infectious diseases – meaning animal viruses being transmitted to humans and leading to a deadly pandemic. SARS 17 years ago is believed to have hatched from palm civets sold as a delicacy in southern Chinese markets, and the 1997 bird flu has been traced to fowl located in the south mainland. … [Read more...] about Is anything being done to stop another pandemic emerging from China?
The state of emergency — covering more than half of Japan’s 127 million people — asks bars and restaurants to close by 8 p.m., employees to have 70% of their staff work from home and residents to avoid leaving home for nonessential purposes. It's set to end Feb. 7 but could be extended. … [Read more...] about Japan’s PM vows Olympics will be proof of victory over virus