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Life in the San Francisco Bay Area while ‘sheltering-in-place'


Nearly 7 million residents in the San Francisco Bay Area are in a state of “shelter-in-place.” That means only places like grocery stores, pharmacies and hospitals are open to the public, but even those have restrictions. NBC News’ Jacob Ward reports from his house on lockdown to explain how the California government came to this decision.