0:08 – How COVID-19 has broken out in Bay Area nursing homes
Annie Sciacca (@AnnieSciacca) is a reporter with the Bay Area News Group.
0:21 – Adante Pointer is an attorney with John Burris Law, preparing a lawsuit over the death of an 87-year-old man at Gateway Care and Rehabilitation Center in Hayward.
0:34 – Q&A: Public health expert on re-starting part of the economy
Art Reingold is the Division Head of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health.
1:08 – San Francisco Supervisors are set to vote on an emergency shelter measure
Supervisor Matt Haney (@MattHaneySF) represents San Francisco’s District 6.
1:22 – what’s happening inside SF government
Joe Eskenazi (@EskSF) is an editor and contributor with Mission Local.
1:34 – Immigrant detainees in the Mesa Verde ICE detention center in Bakersfield have launched a hunger strike to protest conditions and extreme risk of a COVID-19 outbreak.
Susan Beaty is Staff Attorney with the Centro Legal de la Raza – Immigrants’ Rights Project (@centrolegal)
Juan Prieto is an organizer with CIYJA, the California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance (@CIYJA)
1:50 – KPFA News: Civil and human rights organizations have announced a plan to provide temporary shelters for people being released from jails and prisons in response to COVID-19. KPFA’s Luanna Muniz reports.
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(Photo: ICE detainees in Mesa Verde ICE detention facility, shared by Centro Legal de la Raza)