• State labor officials are answering questions about paid sick leave and more for sidelined workers who are quarantined. [CBS SF]
  • Governor Gavin Newsom has put the California National Guard on alert for possible "humanitarian missions," including maintaining peace at grocery stores. [KTVU]
  • Newsom also warned that schools across the state may have to remain closed until summer. [Mercury News]
  • Whole Foods is joining a movement to open an hour early to allow senior citizens to shop separately, at 8 a.m. [CBS SF]
  • The U.S. and Canada are working on a mutual ban on non-essential travel across the border. [Chronicle]
  • United Airlines has announced it will be slashing international flights next month by 85 percent, and domestic flights by 60 percent. [SF Business Times]
  • Campgrounds across the state are being closed. [CBS SF]
  • The shelter-in-place order is devastating to the local coffeeshop scene. [Chronicle]
  • New York State's COVID-19 cases are climbing, now up to 2,480, with 16 deaths. [ABC 7]

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