Emily Deruy, San Jose Mercury News

Emily Deruy

San Jose Mercury News

San Jose, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • The Daily Democrat
  • East Bay Times
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
Past:
  • Mercury-Register
  • ChicoER
  • The Denver Post
  • Monterey Herald
  • The Atlantic
  • Splinter
  • ABC News

Recent articles by Emily:

Coronavirus impact: Chasm grows between whites, people of color, California poll finds

Spanish-speaking Latinx voters are particularly likely to say the virus has seriously hurt their ability to pay for basic necessities like rent and food. → Read More

Another college announces it’s going online this fall: Santa Clara University

Santa Clara University joins UC Berkeley, San Jose State and other Bay Area universities that will be virtual this fall. → Read More

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi concerned about Russians interfering in 2020 election

Nancy Pelosi wants the intelligence community to share more of what it knows with the American people. → Read More

How beloved is Trump in California? Biden beating him by 39 points, poll finds

Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic may be driving up his disapproval rating in parts of California. → Read More

Shouldn’t more Californians care about Kamala Harris’ shot at being named Biden’s VP?

With two high-profile woman of color from the Golden State on Joe Biden’s shortlist to join the Democratic ticket, why aren’t more Californians excited? → Read More

Shouldn’t more Californians care about Kamala Harris’ shot at being named Biden’s VP?

With two high-profile woman of color from the Golden State on Joe Biden’s shortlist to join the Democratic ticket, why aren’t more Californians excited? → Read More

Poll: Californians support state policies to tackle climate change

Latinos and African Americans are especially concerned about pollution threatening their health. → Read More

Sale of beleaguered Seton Medical Center moves forward

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has conditionally approved the sale of the hospital to AHMC Healthcare. → Read More

How to speed up coronavirus testing amid surging demand

Health officials say pooled testing and next-generation sequencing can provide a sense of where and how COVID-19 is spreading. → Read More

If you think the coronavirus pandemic is stressful, try being an emergency room doctor

The top concern among doctors was a lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) like masks and face shields, but many also said they were anxious about inadequate rapid testing for the virus. → Read More

Feds say visiting Stanford researcher concealed ties to Chinese military

Song Chen is allegedly employed by the Chinese military. → Read More

More shutdowns? All 9 Bay Area counties now qualify for state’s coronavirus ‘watch list’

For the first time ever, nearly every Bay Area county is on the cusp of being added to the state's coronavirus watch list -- which can trigger new restrictions and business closures. → Read More

California rethinks coronavirus testing strategy as cases surge

California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly said the state would focus on testing people who are especially vulnerable to contracting the coronavirus. → Read More

California rethinks coronavirus testing strategy as cases surge

California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly said the state would focus on testing people who are especially vulnerable to contracting the coronavirus. → Read More

Is this the surge in coronavirus patients Bay Area hospitals have been bracing for?

In recent days, the number of COVID-19 confirmed or suspected patients in intensive care units across California crossed the 2,000 threshold for the first time. → Read More

FDA adds more hand sanitizers to list of toxic brands

The FDA has found methanol, a life-threatening substance, in some hand sanitizers. → Read More

Overwhelmed Southern California transferring coronavirus patients to Bay Area hospitals

Stanford and UCSF are among the hospitals treating COVID-19 patients from Imperial County along the Mexican border. → Read More

Bay Area residents venture out for Fourth of July weekend even as coronavirus cases rise

Beach closures fail to deter some fun-seekers, but crowds were manageable → Read More

Sutter health care worker out of job after racist social media post

The woman's post sparked a protest at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center. → Read More

Kaiser to put $100 million toward addressing racism

The health care giant said it wants to address the inequities that affect the health of Black people. → Read More