San Francisco + San José + Oakland

Ensuring Access to Supplies in a Time of Crisis

Photo by flickr user Eden, Janine and Jim

Social media feeds may be full of lamentations about the lack of toilet paper, but the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and other disasters on supply chains and the accessibility of essential items like food, water and medical supplies has widespread effects on every demographic group. Come learn about what's being done locally to keep these necessary supplies in stock, and the lessons being learned for future disasters.

+ Michael Janis / The SF Market
+ Tracy Weatherby / Second Harvest Food Bank
+ Zev Lowe / Chronicle Season of Sharing Fund
+ Irene Chavez / Kaiser Permanente
+ Mark Hansen / Prologis
+ Bryant Francis / Oakland International Airport




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