1. More canceled events and dire warnings in Bay Area as coronavirus cases mount  The Mercury News
  2. San Mateo County health officer on a coronavirus pandemic: ‘Our lives will be significantly disrupted’  KRON4
  3. San Mateo County schools fight coronavirus with healthy habits  San Mateo Daily Journal
  4. Coronavirus warnings are becoming more dire as officials look to stem spread  Los Angeles Times
  5. Coronavirus: San Mateo County recommends cancelling events  The Mercury News
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The Bay Area has joined Seattle as the first regions of the United States to see significant numbers of coronavirus cases, and is now at the center of efforts to contain the disease.

Coronavirus: Warnings and canceled events as cases mount

Dr. Morrow also addressed coronavirus testing concerns, clarifying that "San Mateo County does not currently have testing available independently of the state and CDC."Dr. Morrow also addressed coronavirus testing concerns, clarifying that “San Mateo County does not currently have testing available independently of the state and CDC.”

San Mateo County health officer on a coronavirus pandemic: ‘Our lives will be significantly disrupted’ | KRON4

To protect students, teachers and their school community against the threat of coronavirus, education officials across the county are taking extra safety precautions — but none are planning to cancelTo protect students, teachers and their school community against the threat of coronavirus, education officials across the county are taking extra safety precautions — but none are planning to cancel

San Mateo County schools fight coronavirus with healthy habits | Local News | smdailyjournal.com

With the number of COVID-19 cases in California topping 60, public health officials are issuing more serious warnings about how to change residents' behavior in the face of the spreading illness.With the number of COVID-19 cases in California topping 60, public health officials are issuing more serious warnings about how to change residents' behavior in the face of the spreading illness.

Coronavirus warnings are becoming more dire as officials look to stem spread - Los Angeles Times

“SF & San Mateo counties have each confirmed 2 cases of coronavirus – state & local officials are carefully monitoring conditions to keep us safe. While it is likely the number of cases will grow, risk to the general public remains low.”

Phil Ting on Twitter: "SF & San Mateo counties have each confirmed 2 cases of coronavirus – state & local officials are carefully monitoring conditions to keep us safe. While it is likely the number of cases will grow, risk to the general public remains low."

“Are you stocking up on supplies just in case? Coronavirus: 2 presumptive positive cases on Sonoma, San Mateo counties; 2 new cases confirmed in Santa Clara County https://t.co/0TuoUhMU7Z via @abc7newsbayarea”

Ama Daetz on Twitter: "Are you stocking up on supplies just in case? Coronavirus: 2 presumptive positive cases on Sonoma, San Mateo counties; 2 new cases confirmed in Santa Clara County https://t.co/0TuoUhMU7Z via @abc7newsbayarea"

“#1 - The CA coronavirus patient is being moved to an UNDISCLOSED location. #2 - San Mateo County is changing from a "containment strategy" to one of "community mitigation" https://t.co/ffKUnE5cnz”

Christina Ginn on Twitter: "#1 - The CA coronavirus patient is being moved to an UNDISCLOSED location. #2 - San Mateo County is changing from a "containment strategy" to one of "community mitigation" https://t.co/ffKUnE5cnz"

“This is the best resource for ⁦@sanmateoco⁩ Novel Coronavirus Updates & Resources - San Mateo County Health https://t.co/xxrwT4pkRq”

Joe Goethals on Twitter: "This is the best resource for ⁦@sanmateoco⁩ Novel Coronavirus Updates & Resources - San Mateo County Health https://t.co/xxrwT4pkRq"

San Mateo County's chief health officer on Thursday (March 5) issued a public statement that signaled a decisive turn toward an aggressive approach to minimizing residents' risk of contracting the coronavirus.San Mateo County's chief health officer on Thursday (March 5) issued a public statement that signaled a decisive turn toward an aggressive approach to minimizing residents' risk of contracting the coronavirus.

San Mateo County health official: 'We now all need to take assertive actions to inhibit the spread' of coronavirus | News | Almanac Online |

Local emergencies announced to position resources for extended response

County of San Mateo Opens COVID-19 Public Call Center | County Manager’s Office