Headlines Monday morning: why are COVID cases in SF much higher than in other cities?

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  • The high incidence of COVID in San Francisco compared to the rest of the country is probably due to how cautious people have been so far. The incidence of SF is twice as high as in other cities, and this is probably because not many people here have acquired immunity to the virus from a previous infection, and they go outside and take greater risks. [Chronicle]
  • Police are investigating a double shooting that took place Monday morning near the University of San Jose campus. A man and a woman were shot, the man reportedly received life-threatening injuries; the shooting took place a block from La Victoria restaurant there was a shooting at the police last month. [KTVU]
  • McDonald’s has announced that it is leaving Russia and selling all its restaurants there, which was the last step of the Western campaign in response to the humanitarian crisis caused by the war in Ukraine. It is unclear what will happen to the 850 McDonald’s branches in Russia, or how many of them are owned by the franchisee; the company was one of the first Western structures to enter Russia 30 years ago after the fall of the Berlin Wall. [Associated Press]
  • After a terrorist mass shooting at a grocery store in Buffalo, New York and Fr. shooting Sunday at a Taiwanese church in Southern California the mother of a victim of a shooting in Gilroy at the Garlic Festival says she will survive the injury. Tammy Williams, whose son Trevor Irby was killed in a shooting in 2019, now lives near the site of the Buffalo shooting. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Twitch, based on SF, advertises the fact that it removed the live broadcast of Buffalo shooting in two minutes. [Associated Press]
  • Major BART delays on Sunday morning caused by a problem with equipment on the track in downtown Auckland probably stopped the efforts of many East Bay Bay participants to Breakers to get to downtown SF in time for the race. [KRON4]
  • A broad open race to replace Alameda County Attorney General Nancy O’Malley has nominated four main candidates. [East Bay Times]
  • JetBlue has launched a hostile takeover of Spirit Airlines after an initial takeover bid was rejected. [The Verge]

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