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The HIV protease inhibitor combo Kaletra (lopinavir/ritonavir) appears no more effective than standard supportive care for people with the new coronavirus, according to the results from one of the first clinical trials of the drug.
The number of people who have tested positive for the novel coronavirus in San Francisco reached 70 as of March 19, according to the Department of Public Health.
Researchers are now testing the first vaccine for the new coronavirus, the National Institutes of Health announced March 16.
Everyone must comply with the unprecedented shelter-in-place order announced by mayors, county health officers, and other officials even though it will significantly alter daily life, put many out of work, and increase economic hardship on small business.
Even before San Francisco officials issued a stay-at-home order Monday, Bill Longen had decided to sequester himself in his apartment as much as possible due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.
This list is regularly updated. LGBT nonprofits, businesses, religious institutions, and others are taking action related to the spread of coronavirus. Some are canceling events in the short term or making other changes.
With much still to be learned about the new coronavirus, experts are offering recommendations for people at higher risk for severe complications and making provisions for vulnerable populations.
Two San Francisco residents with no history of recent travel have been diagnosed with the new coronavirus, Mayor London Breed announced at a news briefing Thursday, March 5.
Gay and bisexual men are more likely to develop skin cancer than heterosexual men, according to a recent study.
This year marks the 10th annual Bay Area Reporter readers' poll, the Besties, and voting begins Thursday, January 30.
Starting next summer Californians will be able to obtain a two-month supply of an HIV prevention medicine known as PrEP from their local pharmacy without having a prescription from their primary care doctor.