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The novel (new) coronavirus has been declared a global health emergency and a national health emergency in the United States. This is a serious and rapidly developing situation, affecting thousands of people worldwide.
Impormasyon tungkol sa Coronavirus
Mayroong paglaganap ng bagong sakit na tinatawag na “novel coronavirus” sa lungsod ng Wuhan, China na nag-umpisa noong Disyembre 2019. Mabilis ang pagbabago ng balita tungkol sa isyu na ito. Dapat manatili kayong may impormasyon upang manatiling ligtas.
三藩市居民並無確診感染新型冠狀病毒。 若三藩市出現確診病例， 市衛生局會公布，並會與美國疾病控制及預防中心（CDC） 以及加州公共衛生局 (CDPH)合作(CDPH)。
美國疾病控制及預防中心(CDC) 以及世界衛生組織(WHO) 現正密切監察病毒疫情爆發的情況。
Ha habido un brote epidémico de una nueva enfermedad llamada "nuevo coronavirus" en la ciudad de Wuhan, China, que empezó en diciembre de 2019. La situación se está desarrollando rápidamente. Manténgase informado para que pueda permanecer seguro.
Do you have questions about the Novel Coronavirus? Check out and share the information below to keep yourself, your family and your friends healthy. Currently, there are zero confirmed Coronavirus cases in San Francisco.
What is happening?
There has been an outbreak of a new illness called “novel coronavirus” in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China that began in December 2019. The issue is quickly evolving.
As we get into the groove of the 2020’s we hope your new year’s resolutions’ resolve is still going strong. And even if you are slowing down a bit, not to worry: Tomorrow is a new day and just pick up where you left off.
Wet weather is expected in San Francisco and could cause localized flooding in flood-prone areas of the City (for updated forecast, visit forecast.weather.gov). While the City agencies prepare for the rain, all residents and businesses owners who live or work in low lying and flood prone areas are encouraged to use sand bags to prevent flooding from entering their homes and businesses. The San Francisco Department of Public Works will provide San Francisco residents and businesses up to 10 free sandbags leading up to and during severe rainstorms.
Our first wet and cold weather event of the season is upon us. The National Weather Service is forecasting cold temperatures and rain from Tuesday November 26th – Sunday December 1st. While this is the first event of the season, there will be more in the near future, so now is the time to be prepared (see below for how to be safe and prepared during inclement weather).
Most of the San Francisco Bay Area can say they've felt some recent seismic activity throughout the region. With a M3.5 in Colma last week and a M4.5 in Pleasant Hill Sunday night, these tremors may seem eerily close to the 30th anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake this Thursday, October 17th. But we think these earthquakes are simply a good reminder to build upon your earthquake preparedness. The good news is you are more prepared than you think and getting prepared together is more fun than doing so alone.