When the virus began its spread in March 2020, the city’s Latinx communities became Ground Zero for The Pandemic. Latest on the pandemic Yes, you can blame Trump for the vaccine rollout disaster. But for how long? by Joe Eskenazi January 21, 2021January 21, 2021 Gourmonade owner makes what he can with 2020’s sour lemons by Juan Carlos Lara December 7, 2020December 9, 2020 Restaurant owners cry, worry about employees and hope for help to make it through another shutdown by Juan Carlos Lara December 5, 2020December 7, 2020 Covid Tracker: 14,851 cases, 160 deaths by Mark Rabine November 25, 2020November 25, 2020 SF avoids purple tier — for now by Annika Hom November 24, 2020November 25, 2020 Covid Tracker: 14,662 cases, 158 deaths by Mark Rabine November 24, 2020November 24, 2020 Investigations City collaborates on BART testing pop-up, but new data shows hardest-hit neighborhoods remain least-tested by Lydia Chávez December 24, 2020January 12, 2021 Without the data, the science and the facts, SF’s closures appear arbitrary and regressive by Lydia Chávez December 9, 2020December 10, 2020 Experts baffled by SF’s dearth of data and Covid testing in Latinx community by Lydia Chávez and Hayden Manseau September 23, 2020January 5, 2021 Coping People We Meet: Joe Guerra, owner of The Mission’s Barbershop, blessed to be cutting hair, even during tough times. by Clara-Sophia Daly December 9, 2020December 11, 2020 Latino Task Force hand-delivers art materials to SF families by Clara-Sophia Daly November 17, 2020November 20, 2020 A Wednesday of art with Hospitality House’s Art in the Park by Clara-Sophia Daly November 10, 2020November 19, 2020 Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again. The Lines Low on funds, families recalibrate for Christmas — from only necessities to a dinner like any other night by Juan Carlos Lara December 15, 2020December 16, 2020 Students in the food line on Alabama Street give online learning an F by Juan Carlos Lara December 10, 2020December 11, 2020 A Carnaval entrepreneur’s quest for 7,000 turkeys by Juan Carlos Lara November 25, 2020November 27, 2020 Grand Rounds UCSF Grand Rounds: Vaccine rollout, herd immunity, and the threat of emerging mutations by Madison Alvarado January 14, 2021January 15, 2021 UCSF Grand Rounds: CDC pandemic preparedness, UCSF vaccine distribution, and immunity passports by Madison Alvarado December 17, 2020December 18, 2020 UCSF Grand Rounds: The status of schools and vaccine distribution as Covid-19 pandemic rages by Madison Alvarado December 3, 2020December 4, 2020 Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again. Video and Graphic Stories Cielo’s Story: Empanadas and life in the pandemic by Cielo Spini December 23, 2020December 23, 2020 Lily’s Story: My Day by Lily Larsen December 16, 2020December 21, 2020 Casa Guadalupe: Checking out during the pandemic by Natalia Gurevich and Molly Oleson September 21, 2020December 27, 2020 Long reads United in health: the quest to test Black residents for Covid-19 by Annika Hom November 24, 2020November 25, 2020 Dr. Diane Havlir challenged the dogma on HIV, now she’s taking on Covid-19 by Lydia Chávez October 27, 2020December 7, 2020 The Latino Task Force emerges to take on COVID-19 by Lydia Chávez July 10, 2020November 18, 2020 Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.