The Chronicle began covering the coronavirus crisis before the first cases were reported in the Bay Area and a pandemic was declared. We reorganized the newsroom to dedicate nearly every resource toward stories focusing on the health and economic disasters. Every day we have published live updates to reflect the most critical local, national and global updates on COVID-19, and this news has been free of charge in an effort to keep our community safe and informed. Below is a comprehensive timeline of The Chronicle’s live updates coverage of the coronavirus outbreak, which includes thousands of news items as they happened. April 19-20: Trump announces suspension of immigration in tweet April 17-18: Trump defies health experts, calls for reopening states April 15-16: Bay Area nurses report PPE shortages, plan protests April 13-14: Trump says he’ll cut WHO funding; Newsom outlines requirements to end lockdown April 11-12: U.S. death toll jumps past 20,000 April 9-10: San Francisco mayor announces outbreak at homeless shelter April 7-8: National stockpile of medical supplies runs low; acting Navy secretary resigns Related Stories Tracking COVID-19 cases across CaliforniaLocalChronicle Staff ReportCoronavirus hits Bay Area: What residents need to know April 5-6: California loans ventilators to hard-hit states;… Read full this story
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