• An SFPD sergeant has tested positive for the coronavirus. The sergeant is assigned to the Special Victims Unit at the Hall of Justice and is self-quarantining, and the sergeant's partner reportedly also is having symptoms. [ABC 7]
  • Stanford University officials say that at least 25 people connected to the university have tested positive. This includes one student self-isolating on campus, and 24 other students, faculty, staff and post-docs residing around the Bay Area. [CBS SF]
  • Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, has tested positive for the coronavirus. He's said to be having mild symptoms and his wife Camilla tested negative. [CNN]
  • Alameda County health officials say people aged 20-44 account for the largest portion of positive COVID-19 test results in the county. [CBS SF]
  • The biggest economic stimulus package in U.S. history is moving forward, including a $500 billion fund to assist distressed businesses. [New York Times]
  • California's Employment Development Department is working overtime to process the huge spike in unemployment claims. [KQED]
  • UC Berkeley has postponed its commencement ceremony, which was scheduled for May 16. [CBS SF]
  • Local therapists have some advice for managing anxiety during this national crisis, and first and foremost is: know when to shut off the news. [SFGate]
  • How the Fox News presidency has politicized a national health crisis. [CNN Wire Service]

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