• A nurse in Santa Rosa says she was assaulted and her vehicle was vandalized when she tried to drive through a protest on Saturday night. The woman tried to drive her SUV past a crowd at a 24-hour protest, and protesters say she did so at a reckless speed and nearly injured people. [CBS SF]
  • The World Health Organization reported that Sunday marked a new record for the highest single-day increase in COVID-19 cases worldwide. 55,000 of those were found in Brazil, and the U.S. saw almost 37,000 new cases. [Associated Press]
  • Half of the U.S. saw upticks in cases in recent days, and California now has the highest number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic. [KRON4]
  • Sheriffs in Orange, Sacramento, Tulare, Fresno and Calaveras counties have all said it is not their responsibility to enforce Governor Newsom's mandatory mask-wearing order. [CNN Wire]
  • The largest hospital in Lodi is ceasing to admit non-COVID patients following a surge in cases among staffers. [CBS SF]
  • Oakland now has its own process for speeding up permitting for outdoor dining on sidewalks and other public spaces. [CBS SF]
  • The Oakland City Council has changed its mind and now wants to sell its half of Coliseum site to the A's, because the city needs the money. [Chronicle]
  • Patagonia has joined The North Face, REI and other companies pulling ads and boycotting Facebook over the company's failure to remove "hateful lies and dangerous propaganda." [CBS SF]
  • Apple's Worldwide Developers' Conference (WWDC) begins today... virtually. [ABC7]

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