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- San Francisco 7-day test positivity rate: 10%
- San Francisco 7-day rolling average new cases per day: 146
- San Francisco 7-day average case rate per 100,000: 7.3
- San Francisco 14-day hospitalization average: 70.9
THE LATEST IN TECH FOR GOOD
Instacart made it easier for consumers to donate groceries to food banks during the holiday season via its Community Carts initiative.
Intuit partnered with NFL players and GivingTuesday for Give Where you Live, a movement meant to encourage people to donate to small, local nonprofits in their communities.
Google is moving to block Heliconcia, an invasive Spanish spyware framework that hackers have recently used to exploit vulnerabilities in Chrome, Windows Defender, and Firefox.
LinkedIn rolled out new tools for inbox and messaging safety to deal with a rise in spam and scams.
Meta’s Cicero AI trounced humans at diplomacy without revealing its true identity and now stands as a “benchmark” for multi-AI agent learning.
Spotlight Impact Story
Microsoft and LinkedIn announced the next step in the Skills for Jobs program, providing free access to 350 courses and six new Career Essentials Certificates for six of the most in-demand jobs in the digital economy. Microsoft and LinkedIn will also offer 50,000 LinkedIn Learning scholarships to help people get ahead in their skilling journey. By 2025, Microsoft will help train and certify 10 million people with skills for in-demand jobs.
SAN FRANCISCO AT A GLANCE
CALIFORNIA AT A GLANCE
- Governor Nesom awarded $36 million to four communities through the Homekey program, which will create 132 homes for unhoused and at-risk individuals.
- Governor Newsom awarded $47 million in funding to California tribal nations to support their efforts to prevent and end homelessness and meet their communities’ housing and services needs.
SUPPORT OUR SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY
One Love Black Community is a grassroots, Black-Led community effort to show up for Black people accessing reproductive healthcare services in San Francisco. The organization is rooted in building meaningful relationships in the Black community while offering direct access to essential resources with no strings attached or questions asked. In addition to showing up for the community, they aspire to connect with aspiring Black Reproductive Healthcare workers in San Francisco. Find out how you can get involved with our or support One Love Black Community here.
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