Oakland Muslims observe month of Ramadan during COVID-19 pandemic by fasting and praying at home, as local mosques closed.
Alameda County health officials eased restrictions on businesses as COVID-19 cases continue to rise. Santa Rita inmates fear exposure to coronavirus.
One of the major shelter-in-place changes is expanding essential businesses to include more types of businesses, as well as opening of some outdoor businesses.
The Bay Area shelter-in-place order set to expire on May 3 will be extended until the end of the month of May.
Oakland families are adjusting differently to the COVID-19 related shelter-in-place order. Amelah El-Amin profiles different families in East and West Oakland.
The shelter in place order has led churches to use technology to provide accessibility to spiritual services, like Easter.
"It's not just the virus that I'm afraid of. It is this human contact that has made me realize and admit it's the solitude that I am afraid of. The admission that I depend on[Read more]
The challenges I face as an unhoused Oakland resident during the COVID-19 pandemic are income and work, access to essentials, and taking care of my daughter.
Oakland COVID-19 Update: New Shelter-in-place, Oakland schools closed, unemployment rises