• The Los Angeles antibody prevalence study came up with an even higher percentage of previously infected people than the Stanford study in Santa Clara County. It concluded that as many as 5 percent of Angelenos have already been exposed to the coronavirus. [New York Times]
  • The outbreak of COVID-19 at a nursing home in Japantown has led to an as-yet undisclosed number of deaths. [Mission Local]
  • That standoff with a knife-wielding suspect who was shot at by police this morning is ongoing at Glide Memorial Church. [Hoodline]
  • Authorities in San Mateo County ordered hundreds of people off the beaches there last weekend after asking them if they had driven more than five miles to get there. [SFGate]
  • Mayor London Breed has appointed former California emergency services official Eric Shaw to be director of the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development. [SF Business Times]
  • Somebody annoyed with a neighbor's non-essential construction in Danville posted a phony cease-and-desist notice on their door. [CBS SF]
  • A dead, very decomposed, juvenile humpback whale washed ashore at Baker Beach Tuesday. [KTVU]
  • There's a new weird possible COVID-19 symptom being observed in otherwise asymptomatic children and young adults: lesions or painful bumps on toes. [KRON4]
  • No surprise here: Netflix has picked up 16 million global subscribers thanks to the pandemic. [CBS SF]

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