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Daily Edition for Wednesday, November 25, 2020

S.F. Stays Out Of The Purple, For Now: San Francisco did not move into the most restrictive purple tier of California’s economic reopening plan as expected Tuesday. San Francisco also will keep restaurants open for outdoor dining when the city does move into the purple tier, possibly later this week, a city official said Tuesday. Read more from the San Francisco Chronicle, SF Gate and Los Angeles Times. Continued coverage, below. 

Daily Edition for Monday, November 23, 2020

Governor, Family Under Quarantine After COVID Exposure: Gov. Gavin Newsom and his family are under quarantine after learning Friday evening that three of his children were exposed to a California Highway Patrol officer who tested positive for the coronavirus, the governor’s office said late Sunday. Newsom and his family tested negative for the virus Sunday morning. Read more from the Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle and Sacramento Bee.

Daily Edition for Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Most Of California Goes On Lockdown: A staggering 94% of California's population will move back to the most restrictive COVID-19 guidelines due to a rapid uptick in cases, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday. According to the governor, 41 counties in the state are now in the "purple" tier, which means many nonessential indoor businesses will be forced to close, including movie theaters and gyms. Read more from KQED. Continued coverage, below.

Daily Edition for Monday, November 16, 2020

Newsom Faces Backlash After Attending Birthday Party: Gov. Gavin Newsom attended a birthday party for a political adviser on Nov. 6 that included people from several households, the type of gathering his administration has discouraged during the coronavirus pandemic. “We should have modeled better behavior and not joined the dinner,” the governor said. Read more from the San Francisco Chronicle, Sacramento Bee, AP, Politico and Newsweek.