• CDC experts are fanning out across Vacaville to retrace the steps of the sick woman who contracted the coronavirus from an unknown source. The panic in Solano County had people running to stores to stockpile water, etc. [KTVU]
  • The California Public Utilities Commission fine for PG&E's role in the wildfires of 2017 and 2018 may be $2.14 billion. The penalty was floated Thursday in an administrative law court for the company's role in the catastrophic wildfires in the North Bay and Butte County. [Bay City News]
  • Tempers flared at an Oakland Police Commission meeting Thursday night over the firing of OPD Chief Anne Kirkpatrick. Commission chair Regina Jackson said at the meeting, "Kirkpatrick’s recent media games to attack the mayor and the commission only reinforces that we made the right decision." [CBS SF]
  • The Chronicle is saying goodbye to the CPMC California Campus, which is being redeveloped as housing now that the new Van Ness hospital has opened. [Chronicle]
  • A coronavirus patient — it unclear from which group of Americans so far confirmed infected — is being transferred by the CDC to a medical facility in San Mateo County. [SFGate]
  • The pet dog of a coronavirus patient in Hong Kong has tested "weak positive" for the virus, the first known instance of such a possible transmission. [Nexstar]

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