Associated Press

Associated Press 22 May 2020

Coyotes serenade San Francisco with their howls

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Two coyotes recently decided to serenade the city of San Francisco. A resident caught the pair on video Monday howling from a hilltop overlooking the city. (May 22)


Two coyotes recently decided to serenade the city of San Francisco. A resident caught the pair on video Monday howling from a hilltop overlooking the city. (May 22)
Some experts now believe the Bay Area avoided becoming a COVID-19 hotspot because their San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl loss meant public celebrations were not held. Had the team not lost to the Kansas City Chiefs, they would have prompted a celebration in San Francisco with a huge victory parade. The Bay Area was one of the first U.S. areas to get hit by COVID-19, and enacted a stay-at-home order on March 17. Any type of public gatherings could have added fuel to the fire.
The Grand Princess cruise ship, once carrying some 3,000 passengers some stricken with coronavirus, returned to port in the San Francisco Bay Area Tuesday with nearly 650 crew members aboard after they had completed their 14-day quarantine. (April 7)
With signs of the coronavirus appearing in San Francisco in early February, the 49ers collapse in Super Bowl LIV likely helped save lives by preventing a parade in the Bay Area.

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