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To limit sales, Staples customers in Santa Rosa, Petaluma and Sonoma are no longer able to buy hand sanitizer without speaking to a manager first.

Masks in short supply amid coronavirus concerns, but are they helpful?

March 5, 2020

Shelves are barren of masks and disinfectants as the ever-growing fear of COVID-19, better known as the coronavirus, has started spreading here in the North Bay. At the Santa Rosa, Petaluma and Sonoma Staples, signs that say “See manager to order ha...

The novel coronavirus is a zoonotic virus originating in animals. The virus is believed to have been transmitted to humans at an open-air market in China towards the end of 2019. Sonoma County Department of Health and SRJC Student Health Services are advising precautions despite the

Risk of coronavirus spread low in California among seven confirmed cases

February 11, 2020

Sonoma County Department of Health (SCDH) officials said Feb. 5 that the risk of the spread of the novel coronavirus in California is low, while SRJC Student Health Services (SHS) continue to monitor the situation. There are 13 confirmed cases in the US, seven of which are in California: two...

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