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 to 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 is free of charge in an effort to keep our community safe and informed. • Read the previous batch of updates from Aug. 11-12. • Read the next batch of updates from Aug. 15-16. • See the full timeline. Updates from Friday, Aug. 14 3:24 p.m. Napa, Alameda counties add more virus cases: Napa County recorded another 36 coronavirus cases Friday, bringing its total since the start of the pandemic to 1,206 cases. The county's death toll remained at 11. San Mateo recorded another 50 cases, for a total of 6,803 cases so far. Alameda reported 333 new cases and registered another three deaths, bringing its totals as of Friday to 14,558 cases and 219 lives lost to the virus. 3:20 p.m. Birx says rural tracking needs to improve: Federal officials need to figure out better ways to… Read full this story
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