I got sick last week. It wasn’t the kind of sick that under most circumstances would raise even half an eyebrow. At most, I would have probably missed two days of work. Of course, last week wasn’t anywhere near the 48 contiguous states of normal. But I decided to call
San Francisco cannabis dispensaries were all ordered closed on Monday night under Mayor London Breed’s coronavirus shelter-in-place order that shut down many SF businesses and brought the city to a halt. Dispensaries were mobbed Monday, because it was the last day they’d be able to operate for at least three
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Edit: Originally I had written that San Francisco would be locked down. I was wrong. We are to shelter in place. This means that places that provide basic needs will still be open. The San Francisco Examiner just reported that, starting tonight (Tuesday 3/16) at midnight, San Franciscans will be expected to
by Jackson Curtin Recently, Trump and Pence were exposed to, and shook hands with, someone infected with COVID-19. Initially the two refused to take tests to see if they were in need to be quarantined. That response filled me with hope. What if they contracted the virus, and then died
by Xan Holbrook As I’m writing this, I’m preparing to move abroad to start work. Or rather, I would be, if only for the fact that the country in question has just closed its borders, and I will be working remotely from here on. A sensible measure, given the emergence
Let’s get real: the American system of “Fuck you, I got mine!” has been proven to be woefully unprepared for the coronavirus pandemic. What a surprise! This plague is laying bare the fact that not having Universal Healthcare or other social safety nets is terrible for society. If we had Universal
This is some really heavy stuff. On March 10th, an expert panel got together at UCSF to break down what they know so far about COVID-19 and what we can all expect to happen. It’s not good. The very very short version is that “it’s going to get worse before
Call your doctor: If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms of respiratory illness, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider immediately.