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Total coronavirus cases:
• 3,626,218 cases in California, including 57,551 deaths
• 418,873 cases in the Bay Area, including 5,799 deaths. Click on The Chronicle’s Coronavirus Tracker for a U.S. map and state by state case count and tally of deaths.
6:00 p.m. Bay Area transit wins big with federal coronavirus stimulus bills: Bay Area transit agencies got $802 million more in federal relief from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission on Wednesday. That totals more than $2.2 billion in the pandemic, more than revenue losses, with $1.7 billion still to come from American Rescue Plan. But transit’s future still remains uncertain. Read about who got money.
5:30 p.m. Muni struggles to bring back service: Muni plans to bring back only 85% of service by January 2022, as the agency struggles to restore lines while facing hiring and financial troubles. The agency is currently running at 70% of pre-COVID service. While it plans to restore some subway and streetcar lines in May, with cable cars returning by the end of the year, the L-Taraval, M-Ocean View and K-Ingleside Muni Metro trains likely won’t restart until early 2022. Read more.
3 p.m. No-sail order on cruise ships to remain through November, CDC says: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention once again declined to lift its no-sail order on cruise ships Wednesday despite multiple requests from the industry. The Cruise Lines International Association asked President Biden’s administration to lift its restrictions by early July, claiming the date is in line with the president’s forecast for “when the United States will be ‘closer to normal.’” The order prohibiting passenger operations will stay in effect until November 1, 2021.
1:40 p.m. S.F. resumes Sunday Streets program in April — on Saturdays: The organizers behind San Francisco’s popular Sunday Streets Saturday program will launch Bayside Saturdays along the India Basin and Hunter’s Point waterfront in April. The weekly event will feature outdoor fitness classes, live music, art exhibits, small business booths and free drop-in coronavirus testing stations from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday.
1:38 p.m. Bay Area counties rebuff state’s Blue Shield vaccine distribution deal: Santa Clara County officials came to an agreement with the state of California on Wednesday that will allow the county to continue distributing vaccines to local community clinics and use its own appointment scheduling system instead of the state’s My Turn program. At the crux of the weeks-long dispute was Gov. Gavin Newsom’s decision to partner with Blue Shield to manage California’s vaccine supply, which county officials rejected. Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco and San Mateo counties were also part of Wednesday’s agreement.
12:57 p.m. Biden signs bill making all military veterans, spouses and caregivers eligible for vaccine: President Biden on Wednesday signed into law the SAVE LIVES Act which gives the Department of Veterans Affairs authority to provide no-cost coronavirus vaccinations to all U.S. veterans, spouses and caregivers regardless of eligibility in their state’s tier system. “This morning, I signed the SAVE LIVES Act into law — expanding the VA’s authority and allowing them to provide COVID-19 vaccinations to all veterans, their spouses, and caregivers,” Biden wrote on Twitter.
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