• On Monday, the Bay Area recorded a second consecutive day with no COVID-19 deaths since mid-March, but we're not out of the woods. Hospitalization rates have not dropped significantly, San Mateo County just posted nine new deaths this morning, and nearly every county in the region still finds new cases each day. [KTVU]
  • Some older adults in San Francisco are pushing back on the idea that they must self-isolate with no exceptions. Quarantine fatigue is hitting everyone at this point, and as one San Francisco woman tells the Chronicle, "age is a sloppy proxy" for making these rules. [Chronicle]
  • Two 14-year-old boys were arrested Monday following a chase by police from Half Moon Bay to Pacifica, with one of them behind the wheel of a Honda Civic after a possible burglary. [CBS SF]
  • House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took a jab at President Trump's physical health Monday night, suggesting he shouldn't be taking hydroxychloroquine as an unproven preventative drug for the coronavirus because he is "they say, morbidly obese." [KRON4]
  • The former tire shop site at 16th and Shotwell, the site of a 2015 fire, is on the market, but it is zoned for production, distribution, and repair (PDR) and won't likely become residential — though it could become a homeless shelter. [Socketsite]
  • Schools in Alameda are shutting down six days early, on May 29, so that teachers can begin preparing for online instruction in the fall. [Chronicle]
  • SF Giants CEO Larry Baer just made some comments about baseball coming back without live fans. [ABC7]
  • FYI, Chuck E. Cheese is delivering food during the pandemic under the pseudonym Pasqually's Pizza & Wings, and Applebee's is using the name Neighborhood Wings. [Today]
  • Casinos in Las Vegas still don't have a reopening date, but hotels there are posting rooms available for Memorial Day weekend, and they are very cheap. [SFGate]

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