The Chronicle began covering the coronavirus crisis before the first cases were reported in the Bay Area and a pandemic was declared. We reorganized the newsroom to dedicate nearly every resource to stories focusing on the health and economic disasters. Every day we have published live updates to reflect the most critical local, national and global updates on COVID-19, and this news is free of charge in an effort to keep our community safe and informed. • Read the previous batch of updates from April 21-22. • See the full timeline. Developments from Friday: 9:35 p.m. Surge of strokes in coronavirus patients in 30s, 40s, doctors say: Some hospitals in the United States are reporting a surge of strokes in young and middle-aged patients with coronavirus, according to The Washington Post. Some medical centers, such as Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital in Manhattan and Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, are seeing more patients in their 30s or 40s who have the coronavirus and exhibited few symptoms, but still experienced or died from severe strokes. Related Stories LocalChronicle StaffA minute-by-minute account of COVID-19’s spread across the…Coronavirus Map: Tracking COVID-19 cases across CaliforniaLocalChronicle Staff ReportCoronavirus hits Bay Area: What residents need to… Read full this story
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