When the virus began its spread in March 2020, the city’s Latinx communities became Ground Zero for The Pandemic. Click here to re-live the year in headlines. Latest on the pandemic Director del programa de jornaleros de San Francisco hace un recuento sombrío de los fallecimientos padecidos durante la pandemia by Clara-Sophia Daly July 23, 2021July 23, 2021 Despite losing some hope, Abby holds on to her biggest dreams by Hélène Goupil, Sindya Bhanoo and Molly Oleson July 1, 2021July 5, 2021 SF moves to close mass vaccination sites. Doctors agree — and urge that vaccines be brought to the people by David Mamaril Horowitz June 24, 2021June 25, 2021 Unidos en Salud: The pandemic through the lens of Mike Chen by Mike Kai Chen June 22, 2021June 23, 2021 Restaurant workers remain ambivalent about giving up masks and other restrictions by Clara-Sophia Daly June 15, 2021June 23, 2021 San Francisco opens for business; masks off, capacity at 100 percent by David Mamaril Horowitz June 15, 2021June 16, 2021 Investigations It’s ‘service and science’ at the community research hub in San Francisco’s Mission District by Lydia Chávez and Annika Hom February 23, 2021February 24, 2021 Analysis at the research hub in SF’s Mission District reveals a Covid-19 variant is on the rise by Lydia Chávez February 22, 2021February 24, 2021 UCSF/Latino Task Force BART Covid-19 testing site appears to be the most effective in San Francisco by Lydia Chávez February 15, 2021February 16, 2021 Coping A UCSF medical assistant manages life and working through Covid-19 by Naomi Marcus April 14, 2021April 14, 2021 Waiting out the pandemic at ZSFGH Adult Residential Facility by Naomi Marcus February 21, 2021February 22, 2021 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 Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again. The Lines Chinese elders in Mission food lines brave threat of anti-Asian violence by Kate Selig April 1, 2021April 2, 2021 A year in: As Covid-19 food insecurity soared, the Mission fed thousands by Annika Hom March 23, 2021April 14, 2021 A year into the pandemic, residents rely on faith and family to manage ongoing instability by Juan Carlos Lara and Clara-Sophia Daly March 18, 2021March 19, 2021 Grand Rounds UCSF Grand Rounds: The delta variant and Andy Slavitt’s reflections on the pandemic by Madison Alvarado June 17, 2021June 18, 2021 UCSF Grand Rounds: Status updates and addressing vaccine hesitancy, passports and incentives by Madison Alvarado June 3, 2021June 4, 2021 UCSF Grand Medical Rounds: New CDC guidelines, vaccines in schools, boosters and uptake by Madison Alvarado May 20, 2021May 21, 2021 Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again. Video and Graphic Stories Julien’s Story: A Year of Emotions by Community Contributor June 15, 2021June 15, 2021 Gen’s Story: My Life During the Pandemic by Community Contributor June 10, 2021June 11, 2021 Lily’s Story: Moving Forward by Lily Larsen April 19, 2021June 9, 2021 Long reads The Covid-19 warriors at UCSF are often female, always fierce and unusually diverse by Lydia Chávez March 11, 2021March 13, 2021 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 Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.