A snapshot of key COVID-19 statistics, updated weekdays by 6 p.m.
Restaurants can reopen indoor dining at 25% capacity beginning Oct. 26 under a new orange tier designation for the county in the state’s COVID-19 reopening guidelines.
After being closed for over six months due to COVID-19, playgrounds have reopened today.
The county will have to maintain its status for at least two weeks, and will not be making any immediate changes to its health orders. Berkeley and the county could also choose to be more restrictive than the state.
The drive-through site is at the North Berkeley BART parking lot and will operate for three weeks.
COVID-19 news in Berkeley: four months amid a global pandemic.
A running news feed of the latest developments in the East Bay food scene during the pandemic.
A food resource guide for the East Bay’s vulnerable communities in need, including elderly, immunocompromised and food-insecure individuals, children and families, health care and essential food workers.
Local restaurants where you can get food during the shelter-in-place order.
As the pandemic continues, markets have been addressing new challenges to keep stores stocked, while maintaining safety for its customers and workers.
Not everyone can or should head out to buy groceries and there’s lots of demand for home delivery services. Fortunately there are alternatives.
As dine-in service is currently on hold and supermarkets shelves are often depleted of the basics, these restaurants have started selling grocery and pantry items along with their regular food menus.