Friday, April 3, 2020
UC-San Francisco Equipment Shortage Protested
Nurses on the front lines of the Bay Area’s coronavirus response on Thursday called on the state to provide more personal protective equipment, warning that a shortage of masks and gowns could have devastating consequences for medical personnel and their patients.
The registered nurses from UCSF and Seton Medical Center in Daly City — members of the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United — protested outside their hospitals to highlight a shortage of N95 respirators and other protective gear critical for health care workers treating patients infected with the virus.
Both hospitals received additional medical supplies Thursday [that were] expected to last several weeks...
Full story at https://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/Coronavirus-UCSF-Seton-nurses-call-on-Newsom-to-15175508.php
Here are the governor's recent news conferences which deal in part with available equipment:
or direct to https://archive.org/details/newsom4220
or direct to https://archive.org/details/newsom4120
or direct to https://archive.org/details/newsom3312020