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Total coronavirus cases:
• 101,866 cases in California, including 3,912 deaths
• 13,142 in the Bay Area, including 434 deaths.
• Nearly 1.67 million in the U.S., including 101,866 deaths. The five states with the highest death tolls are New York with 29,484; New Jersey with 11,339; Massachusetts with 6,547; Michigan with 5,334; and Pennsylvania with 5,265. Click here to see a U.S. map with state-by-state death tolls and coronavirus case counts.
• More than 5.7 million in the world, with more than 357,000 deaths. More than 2.3 million people have recovered.
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Latest updates from today:
11:53 a.m. White House press secretary repeats Trump’s false claim about CA mail ballots: White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Thursday repeated President Trump’s false claim that California will send everyone in the state a mail-in ballot. Earlier this month, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a plan to send all registered voters in the state an absentee ballot as a precautionary measure during the coronavirus outbreak. when asked whether Trump would acknowledge his false assertions that everyone in California was getting a mail ballot, which he has claimed will lead to election fraud, McEnany said, “To everyone including dead people on the voter rolls … if you are not concerned about that, I am sorry.”
11:42 a.m. Boston Marathon canceled: The Boston Marathon, which was postponed to September due to the pandemic, has been canceled, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said. “While our goal and our hope is to make progress in containing the virus and recovering our economy, this kind of event would not be responsible or realistic on Sept. 14 or any time this year,” he said in a tweet.
11:40 a.m. Contra Costa County confirms nine new cases: Nine new cases of the coronavirus were confirmed in Contra Costa County, bringing the number of cases to 1,384, according to health officials. No new COVID-19 deaths were announced. The county has recorded 37 deaths.
11:27 a.m. El Dorado County drops travel ban, tells visitors to stay away: The county’s ban on visitors was issued in early April due to concerns over a surge of coronavirus cases and insufficient critical health care infrastructure and resources, according to health officials. Fines of $1,000 were being issued to those who violated the order. But the county’s current capacity to test and contact trace, as well as the ability to monitor COVID-19 indicators, led officials to rescind the order Wednesday. Read the full story by Alejandro Serrano.
10 a.m. Berkeley Rep’s new season to start in 2021: The company’s forthcoming season was announced Thursday and dates include the mainstage debut of San Francisco native Lauren Yee, as well as a rescheduled “Swept Away,” which had been slated to close the company’s current season. Read the full story by Lily Janiak.
9:33 a.m. Businesses in NY allowed to turn away customers without face coverings: Businesses in New York will be allowed to deny entry to people not wearing a face covering or mask under an executive order signed Thursday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said. “No mask – No entry,” Cuomo said in a tweet.
9:15 a.m. Stanford president offers details on financial losses: Stanford president Marc Tessier-Lavigne said the school projects it will lose $267 million because of the COVID-19 crisis from March 1 through Aug. 31, which marks the end the 2020 fiscal year. Tessier-Lavigne, in a letter to the university community, said he “expects our financial challenges to be as great or even greater” in the next fiscal year. He cited reduced housing revenue, limited income-producing programs and increased expenses, such as student financial aid. Tessier-Lavigne pledged to pay university employees through Aug. 31, but he also said workforce reductions will be “unavoidable” to start the new fiscal year on Sept. 1.
9:12 a.m. English Premier League season will reportedly resume June 17: The Premier League is planning to return on June 17 after a 100-day shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The league’s official broadcasters in Britain — Sky Sports and the BBC — said Thursday that English soccer will return with a doubleheader featuring Manchester City playing Arsenal and Aston Villa hosting Sheffield United. The league, which last staged a game on March 9, declined comment, saying a meeting was ongoing. Read the full story.
8:45 a.m. Nancy Pelosi has not been tested for coronavirus: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-San Francisco, has not been tested for coronavirus or for antibodies, she told reporters Thursday morning. After she was in the same room in March as a colleague from New York who tested positive, Rep. Nidya Velásquez, Pelosi asked a physician if she should get a test but was told it wasn’t necessary because she had no symptoms. “The doctor says, ‘No, you don’t need to and you’d be putting yourself ahead of other people in line,’” Pelosi said.
8:43 a.m. BART is on the ropes: A huge loss of riders during the coronavirus outbreak and abysmal sales tax projections have BART officials considering drastic measures, including station closures. On the Fifth & Mission podcast, reporter Rachel Swan talks about how the beleaguered transit agency is struggling to find a way forward. Click here to listen.
8:13 a.m. San Francisco announces 29 new cases: Officials in San Francisco confirmed 29 more cases of the coronavirus, bringing the number of known cases to 2,437, according to the Department of Public Health.
8:07 a.m. San Mateo County confirms 59 new cases: Fifty-nine new cases of the coronavirus were confirmed in San Mateo County, increasing the number of known cases to 2,022, according to health officials. No new COVID-19 deaths were reported.
7:56 a.m. White House reportedly won’t release updated economic projections: White House officials won’t release updated economic projections this summer that would forecast the extent of economic downturn due to the pandemic, according to a report by The Washington Post. A federal budget proposal is released by the White House in February each year, and administrations usually provide a “mid-session review” in during the summer with expected economic trends that include unemployment numbers and a forecast for economic growth.
6:46 a.m. Trump waits 16 hours to tweet about 100,000 dead U.S. citizens: President Trump on Thursday morning offered his “heartfelt sympathy & love” to the families of more than 100,000 coronavirus victims in the United States, almost 16 hours after the nation reached the milestone. “We have just reached a very sad milestone with the coronavirus pandemic deaths reaching 100,000,” Trump said in a tweet. “To all of the families & friends of those who have passed, I want to extend my heartfelt sympathy & love for everything that these great people stood for & represent. God be with you!” Prior to the message, Trump spent much of Wednesday night and Thursday morning tweeting conspiracy theories.
We have just reached a very sad milestone with the coronavirus pandemic deaths reaching 100,000. To all of the families & friends of those who have passed, I want to extend my heartfelt sympathy & love for everything that these great people stood for & represent. God be with you!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 28, 2020
6:34 a.m. Stocks up but social media shares drop: The overall market rose slightly Thursday morning. But shares of Twitter dropped 4% and Facebook fell 2% after President Trump threatened action against social media companies for their efforts to label misinformation online, which he characterized as censorship.
5:44 a.m. Another 2 million unemployment claims: A new Labor Department report shows 2.1 million Americans filed for unemployment last week, bringing the 10-week total to 40.7 million. New claims across the U.S. and in California dropped slightly from the prior week, showing a modest easing of the economic pain working people are feeling from the pandemic.
Updates from Wednesday, May 27:
11:55 p.m. Basketball Hall of Fame postponing 2020 induction, report says: The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame will move its Class of 2020 enshrinement ceremony to spring 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, ESPN reported. The 2020 class includes Kobe Bryant, who died in January in a helicopter crash, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett and former college coach Eddie Sutton, who coached briefly at University of San Francisco and died Saturday at age 84.
11:31 p.m. India sees largest one-day case increase: Officials in India reported a record 6,500 new cases of the coronavirus Thursday, days before the country’s lockdown is scheduled to lift, according to the Associated Press. New guidelines could extend the lockdown in hard-hit areas, per the AP. India has confirmed 158,333 cases of the virus and 4,534 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University.
11:05 p.m. South Korea reports jump in cases: Officials in South Korea reported 79 new cases of the coronavirus Thursday, the country’s largest daily increase since April 5, according to Reuters. Officials said nearly 70 cases this week have been linked to one cluster at a facility in the city of Bucheon outside Seoul. South Korea has reported 11,344 total cases of the virus and 269 deaths, per Johns Hopkins University data.
10:50 p.m. Walt Disney World sets mid-July reopening date: Disney has submitted a plan to reopen its Walt Disney World theme parks in Florida starting July 11 with safety protocols in place to guard against the coronavirus, the company said Wednesday. Modifications include attendance limits and requirement of face coverings, temperature checks and reservations for all guests, while parades and character meet-and-greets would not immediately resume, the company said. Walt Disney World has been closed since March 15; under the phased reopening, its Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom would open July 11 followed by Epcot and Hollywood Studios on July 15.
9:46 p.m. Marin County aims to reopen some services June 1: Marin County is working toward reopening outdoor retail, coastal parks and beaches and office spaces on June 1, according to a presentation from the county’s reopening committee to supervisors Tuesday. The county hopes to also open summer camps and outdoor dining June 1 if allowed by the state. Max Korten, the county’s parks director, said other services “that we hope to discuss and work on reopening in ways in the near future” include places of worship and real estate.
9:28 p.m. New cases in Sonoma County: Public health officials in Sonoma County reported six new cases of the coronavirus Wednesday, bringing the county’s total of confirmed cases to 530 cases. Of those cases, 304 are active, 222 people have recovered and four people have died, according to the county’s website.
9 p.m. Brazil records more than 20,000 cases in a day: Health officials in Brazil on Wednesday reported 20,599 new cases of the coronavirus and 1,086 deaths over the previous 24 hours, according to CNN. Brazil has confirmed 411,821 total cases of the virus, second-most globally after the United States, and 25,598 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University data.
6:30 p.m. Employee at Noe Valley Whole Foods tests positive: A Whole Foods employee who worked at the Noe Valley store on 24th Street has tested positive for the coronavirus, a company spokesperson said. The staff member is in quarantine, but the spokesperson did not answer when the employee last worked, what position they held or when the positive test was confirmed. The store was professionally cleaned and disinfected in addition to enhanced sanitation protocols, social distancing and plexiglass barriers at check-out, company officials said.
6:24 p.m. Three inmates in Santa Clara County custody test positive: Three inmates in Santa Clara County jail facilities have tested positive for the coronavirus since Saturday, prompting widespread testing, inmate isolation and contact tracing, according to the Sheriff’s Office. One recently booked inmate who was housed in a quarantine unit tested positive on Saturday. The second inmate — arrested more than a year ago and housed at the Elmwood Correctional Facility minimum camp — tested positive on Tuesday after developing flu-like symptoms. The third inmate who tested positive on Wednesday had been housed in the same facility as the second positive case.
5:27 p.m. Oakland receives $1.3 million in grants to help impacted workers: Three state grants totaling $1.328 million will provide job search and training and other basic needs to low-wage Oakland workers laid off or impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, Oakland officials said in a news release. The grants target low-wage workers in retail, hospitality and tourism as well as some health care workers, city officials said. Mayor Libby Schaaf said in a statement the grants will “help impacted workers update their skills and quickly find new jobs.”
5:23 p.m. BroadwaySF productions stalled till 2021: The company, which produces Broadway tours at the Golden Gate and Orpheum Theatres, is postponing all its shows until 2021. BroadwaySF continues to ask audience members with tickets to these postponed shows to wait until it issues them new performance dates. Read the story here.
5:17 p.m. Health official ‘concerned’ about Sonoma County case trend: Susan Gorin, chair of Sonoma County’s supervisors, said in a video update the county is not moving forward with reopening in-store retail, salons and religious services newly allowed by the state due to health officials’ concern over a “large increase” in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in the past week. “The health officer is extremely concerned about the increase in cases and hospitalizations and has made these decisions in the interest of public health and safety,” Gorin said. As of Tuesday, Sonoma County had reported 113 of its 524 total cases in the past seven days.
5 p.m. New cases in Marin County: Officials in Marin County reported 10 new cases of the coronavirus Wednesday, bringing the county’s case total to 430 confirmed cases. The total represents a 3.56% positive rate out of 12,064 residents tested, according to the county’s website.
4:54 p.m. Contra Costa County monitoring suicide data amid pandemic: Health officer Chris Farnitano said Contra Costa County is exploring whether there has been an increase in suicide attempts or other “concerning trends” in the county related to the coronavirus pandemic and shelter-in-place measures. Last week, staff at a medical center in Walnut Creek told ABC7 they had seen a sharp increase in suicide attempts in the past month. Farnitano said in a Facebook live stream Wednesday that county officials have not confirmed a rise in suicide attempts. “We don’t have any data to show that at this point,” Farnitano said. “But it’s something we’re really concerned about, we’re really looking at carefully.”
4:40 p.m. Is BART running out of money? Confronted with the worst financial crisis in its 48-year history, BART managed to scrape together a $915 million budget to survive for one year. Read more on how the agency hopes to survive the coronavirus pandemic.
4:28 p.m. Contra Costa County health officer echoes concern over state reopening pace: Chris Farnitano said in a Facebook live chat Wednesday that he has, “some concerns over how quickly the state is moving” with reopening. Santa Clara County health officer Sara Cody expressed unease Tuesday over the state lifting a series of coronavirus restrictions. Farnitano pointed to the rates of new cases and hospitalizations in the state not significantly decreasing and said Bay Area counties reopening more slowly are trying to “take a scientific approach — let the data drive the decision-making and not go too quickly.”
4:10 p.m. Cases rise among state health workers: One additional California health care worker has died due to the coronavirus, bringing the state’s total to 51 as of Tuesday, according to the California Department of Public Health. Local health agencies have reported 9,379 cases of the coronavirus among health workers in the state.
3:53 p.m. Chevron to layoff up to 15% of its workforce: San Ramon oil and gas giant Chevron Corp will lay off up to 15% of its 45,000-person global workforce amid the economic havoc wrought on the energy sector by the coronavirus. Read the story here.
3:52 p.m. Solano County reports 21st death: Health officials in Solano County reported one new death due to the coronavirus, increasing the county’s total to 21. Officials also confirmed three new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the county’s total to 502 cases, with 66 active as of Wednesday, according to the county’s tracker.
3:50 p.m. Auto insurers urged to cut premiums: With people driving less, auto insurance premiums should be dropping, consumer groups say. But many premium discounts insurers had announced will expire at the end of May. Read the story here.
3:47 p.m. Santa Clara County confirms one new death: Officials in Santa Clara County reported 15 new cases of the coronavirus and one additional death Wednesday. The county has reported 2,688 total cases and 140 deaths from the virus.
3:42 p.m. Solano County reopening salons, places of worship: Barbershops and hair salons in Solano County can reopen immediately provided they meet safety guidelines in the county’s amended health order, county officials announced Wednesday. Employees and clients must wear face coverings and certain salon activities such as facials and eyelash services remain prohibited, the county said. Places of worship may also reopen immediately in Solano County if they follow health and safety measures outlined by the state and display county protocols on social distancing, the county said.
3:40 p.m. California EDD adding 1,800 workers: California’s Employment Development Dept. is seeking 1,800 additional staff to handle a deluge of unemployment claims. “The workers will be trained in skills including call center operations, processing UI claims, and analyzing documents from claimants and employers to make wage determinations for benefits,” it said Wednesday. Federal funds will cover the additional staff, who will join 1,200 trained EDD staff, 1,300 government workers who were redirected to the agency, and 500 temps. Applications can be submitted at CalCareers, https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/. See a list of other businesses and organizations that are hiring amid the pandemic.
3:30 p.m. Bay Area hospital cases remain steady: The number of confirmed COVID-19 patients in hospitals in the nine Bay Area counties declined 6.7% over a two-week period from May 12-26 compared to a 26.7% drop in the previous two weeks, according to state data reviewed by The Chronicle. The rate of decline in confirmed intensive care cases also slowed, to 8.6% from May 12-26 compared to 22.1% from April 28 to May 12. The Bay Area reported 251 hospital cases on Tuesday, a daily increase of one case, and 112 ICU patients, a one-day drop of six cases.
3:03 p.m. U.S. reaches grim milestone: The number of people in the United States who have died of COVID-19 surpassed 100,000 on Wednesday when newly recorded fatalities brought the total to 100,047, according to numbers compiled by Johns Hopkins University. More than 350,000 people around the world have died of the infection.
3 p.m. BART recovery plan: Transportation system will continue requiring masks for any rider 13 or older, part of a 15-point recovery plan to lure riders back. “We understand the public is looking to us to provide reassurance that service is as safe as possible and social distancing is followed,” officials said. “We believe this plan help answer many of the concerns.” Read the story here.
2:09 p.m. Several highways around Bay Area to resume express lane tolls: Tolls will return Monday, June 1, for express lanes of several highways in Alameda, Santa Clara and Contra Costa counties, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission said Wednesday. Express lanes on Highway 580 in Alameda County, Highway 680 in Contra Costa County, State Route 237 in Santa Clara County and southbound Highway 680 over the Sunol Grade in Alameda and Santa Clara counties will reinstate the tolls starting at 5 a.m. Monday. Transit officials suspended toll policies on March 20.
1:57 p.m. Fifty-three additional deaths reported in Los Angeles County: Health officials reported 53 additional COVID-19 deaths and 933 new cases of the coronavirus in Los Angeles County on Wednesday. There have been 2,195 deaths and 48,700 cases in the county.
1:27 p.m. Solano County shopping center reopens: Solano Town Center in Fairfield reopened to the public Wednesday, officials said. The center, which officials said is following state and county health recommendations and orders, will be open weekdays and Saturday between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., and on Sundays between noon and 6 p.m.
1:26 p.m. No new cases, deaths reported in Napa County: Health officials reported no new coronavirus cases or COVID-19 deaths in Napa County on Wednesday. The county has had 109 cases, three deaths and 53 recoveries. In addition, 92 people who are close contacts of positive cases are being monitored.
1:24 p.m. Another strong day for stocks: Banks and retailers, which have plummeted to some of the market’s worst losses during the coronavirus pandemic, took the lead Wednesday in posting strong gains as hopes rise for an economic revival. The Dow Jones industrial average was up 553 points, closing at 25,548, a gain of more than 2.2%.
1:22 p.m. Inmate who recovered from COVID-19 dies in California: A federal prison inmate in California who recovered from COVID-19 died on Sunday, officials said. Adrian Solarzano, who was serving time at FCI Terminal Island in San Pedro, tested positive for the coronavirus on April 16 but was listed as recovered on May 10, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. He was admitted to a hospital on May 15 following complaints of anxiety and chest pains, prison officials said, and he tested negative for the virus twice. Solarzano had long-term, pre-existing medical conditions, officials said. His cause of death was not released.
1:15 p.m. Alameda County reports 48 new cases: Health officials reported 48 new cases of the coronavirus on Wednesday in Alameda County, bringing the total to 3,049 cases. In total, 93 people have died of COVID-19 in the county.
12:53 p.m. Rules for reopening gyms could come in June, Newsom says: In a conference call with state fitness industry leaders, Gov. Gavin Newsom said guidelines for reopening gyms and fitness studios would be released “in a week or so.” The state Department of Public Health is working on a draft of the guidelines. Only counties that meet state health standards can reopen gyms, which would exclude most of the Bay Area.
12:16 p.m. SF hospital to resume elective procedures: Dignity Health St. Mary’s Medical Center in San Francisco announced Wednesday it will gradually resume elective procedures, starting with surgeries, endoscopies, cardiac catheterization lab procedures and interventional radiology procedures. The hospital will keep safety precautions in place, such as visitor policies, verbal screening of patients for COVID-19 symptoms, required face coverings, social distancing and COVID-19 patient isolation, officials said.
12:06 p.m. Contra Costa County confirms 22 more cases: Twenty-two more cases of the coronavirus were confirmed in Contra Costa County, bringing the number of known cases to 1,375, according to county health officials.
11:36 a.m. Santa Clara County health officer elaborates on approach to reopening: Santa Clara County health officer Dr. Sara Cody on Wednesday said Bay Area officials are moving slower than the state in reopening to ensure they are not creating harm. Cody said it takes at least two weeks to understand the impact of reducing certain measures, like resuming construction, before further reducing stay-at-home orders. She said the county’s health order being more restrictive than the state’s “pretty brisk clip” of reopening has been challenging to explain to the public. During a Facebook Live conversation, she compared the pandemic to a wildfire that needs to be monitored. “We have dry tinder everywhere and we do not want to have a large fire again. We know that we are going to have little spot fires,” Cody said. “We are now much better resourced in terms of testing and contact tracing to be able to address those spot fires. But what we don’t want is a fire burning out of control that we can’t see. So, that’s why we are going to move slowly.”
11:16 a.m. BART releases 15-step plan to regain public transit confidence: BART officials on Wednesday released a 15-step “Welcome Back” plan to regain confidence in public transit that includes running long trains, increasing train frequencies and testing new seating configurations that may help increase distance between riders. “We understand the public is looking to us to provide reassurance that service is as safe as possible and social distancing is followed,” officials said. “We believe this plan help answer many of the concerns.”
11 a.m. Aerospace Museum of California to reopen Thursday: The Aerospace Museum of California in McClellan (Sacramento County) will reopen its outdoor museum air park Thursday. All employees, volunteers and visitors will be required to wear face coverings and physical distancing will be enforced, museum officials said.
10:56 a.m. California cases top 100,000: The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in California since the start of the outbreak surpassed 100,000. California joins New York, New Jersey and Illinois as the only states to reach that figure. The Bay Area also hit a milestone with 13,000 reported cases. For the most recent data, visit The Chronicle’s virus tracker.
10:37 a.m. Santa Clara County needs 800 more contact-tracing volunteers: Officials in Santa Clara County on Wednesday called for volunteers to serve as contact tracers as they try to strengthen efforts to track the spread of the coronavirus. Supervisor Cindy Chavez said at a news conference the county has sufficient contact tracers at the moment, but officials need to recruit another 800 workers to reach the county’s goal of 1,000 trackers by mid-July. The county has a survey for those looking to volunteer.
9:00 a.m. Citywide celebration for SF graduates planned: San Francisco school officials are calling on city residents to celebrate graduating high school seniors and college students at 8 p.m. Tuesday by clapping, singing, yelling, playing “Pomp and Circumstance” and cheering for one minute.
8:56 a.m. CA Academy of Sciences to lay off, furlough 201 employees: The California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco will lay off 105 employees, furlough another 96 and reduce the salaries of 165 employees as the coronavirus pandemic slashed projected revenue by $12 million. Additionally, 11 employees will have their hours reduced. In total, 75% of the institution’s 504 employees will be affected. Read the full story by Chase DiFeliciantonio.
8:30 a.m. San Mateo County records 59 new cases: Officials in San Mateo County confirmed 59 new cases of the coronavirus, increasing the number of known cases to 1,963.
8:16 a.m. San Francisco confirms 9 new cases: Nine more cases of the coronavirus were confirmed in San Francisco, bringing the number of known cases to 2,408, according to the Department of Public Health.
7:58 a.m. What’s behind the rise in Bay Area cases? Diagnoses of COVID-19 are increasing in some Bay Area counties even as shelter-in-place restrictions ease. Alameda County is now the hardest hit in the region. On the Fifth & Mission podcast, health writer Erin Allday explains the latest theories about what’s happening. Click here to listen.
7:47 a.m. U.S. expects to surpass 15 million coronavirus tests: President Trump said the country is expected to pass 15 million tests on Wednesday. Trump made the announcement on Twitter where he posted numerous comments in a string of tweets early Wednesday, including one that threatened “big action” against the social media platform for fact-checking his false claim about voter fraud. Twitter officials added a note that the tweet included a misleading claim about mail-in ballots.
7:17 a.m. San Jose opens 5 cooling centers: Officials in San Jose plan to open five cooling centers on Wednesday and Thursday as scorching temperatures sizzle Northern California. Physical distancing guidelines will be enforced at the centers and individuals are required to wear a face covering, officials said. Read a list of the cooling centers and hours of operation here.
6:33 a.m. Stocks continue rally: The Dow Jones industrial average rose 1.3%, jumping past 25,000 again. Shares were buoyed by the prospect of European and Japanese stimulus packages.
6:12 a.m. U.S. just shy of 100,000 deaths: The United States has recorded 98,929 COVID-19 deaths and confirmed 1,681,418 cases of the coronavirus, according to Johns Hopkins University. Globally, 351,077 people have died of the infection and 5,615,689 coronavirus cases have been confirmed.
See previous updates in The Chronicle’s comprehensive timeline of the coronavirus outbreak in the Bay Area.
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