• A second stimulus package may still be coming. A bipartisan group of senators reportedly began conversations over the holiday weekend about getting a bill passed. [Politico]
  • Developer Tishman Speyer is expected on Thursday to seek city approvals for the second phase of its massive new office complex at 598 Brannan Street in SoMa, called "Brannan Square." [SF Business Times]
  • Dr. Scott Atlas, President Trump's hand-picked, conservative science advisor from Stanford's Hoover Institution, has resigned from his White House role. [CBS SF]
  • San Mateo County has added a new permanent testing site in Daly City. [CBS SF]
  • UCSF's Dr. Bob Wachter was on KQED today talking about the vaccines and how quickly some people in the city may be getting vaccinated. [KQED]
  • California will be receiving over 300,000 doses of Pfizer's vaccine in December. [Chronicle]
  • A decline in high-end real estate sales in SF means a lot less tax revenue for the city this year. [Examiner]
  • The Chronicle's sports columnist Ann Killion praises Santa Clara County for making the 49ers stick to pandemic protocols. [Chronicle]
  • After four years of no pets in the White House, the Bidens will be bringing two dogs and a cat. [Associated Press]

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