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San Francisco Drops to the “Red” Tier of Risk

San Francisco Drops to the “Red” Tier of Risk

As projected, the COVID-19 related risk level for San Francisco has just been downgraded from “Purple” (Widespread) to “Red” (Substantial), a move which will allow for indoor dining at restaurants and the re-openings of gyms, museums and other indoor attractions, albeit at reduced capacities, as of Wednesday, March 3.... Read More »

San Francisco Qualifies for “Red” Tier Status [UPDATED]

San Francisco Qualifies for “Red” Tier Status [UPDATED]

With the 7-day average number of daily new COVID-19 cases diagnosed in San Francisco having dropped to 82, which is the lowest 7-day average in over 3 months and nearly 40 percent below the first peak back in July, the city’s adjusted case rate, which takes into account testing... Read More »

Adjusted COVID-19 Case Rate in S.F. Nearing Key Number

Adjusted COVID-19 Case Rate in S.F. Nearing Key Number

Having hit a revised pandemic high of 373 on January 8, the 7-day average number of daily new COVID-19 cases diagnosed in San Francisco has dropped to 125, which is the lowest 7-day average since mid-November, 2020, and just below the local peak rate in July, with a percent... Read More »

San Francisco Adopting New Stay Home Order [UPDATED]

San Francisco Adopting New Stay Home Order [UPDATED]

With a sharp 19 percent drop in post-Thanksgiving testing volumes, the average number of daily new COVID-19 cases identified in San Francisco dropped from a new pandemic peak of 148 on 11/24 to 128 as of 11/26. That being said, there were at least 184 new cases identified in... Read More »

A New COVID Case High in San Francisco, Rollbacks Loom

A New COVID Case High in San Francisco, Rollbacks Loom

Based on an updated count and confirmation, the number of new COVID-19 cases diagnosed in San Francisco on Monday of last week (11/16) totaled 164, surpassing the previous one-day high of 161 diagnosed cases on July 14. At the same time, the 7-day average of daily new cases, which... Read More »

Another Round of Reopening Rollbacks Hit San Francisco

Another Round of Reopening Rollbacks Hit San Francisco

Having rolled back the reopening of all indoor dining last week, and re-reduced the allowable operating capacities of fitness centers and movie theaters, San Francisco will now roll back the reopening of all non-essential offices, which were allowed to reopen last month, and further reduce the allowable capacity of... Read More »

San Francisco Will Roll Back Indoor Dining and Other Plans

Due to a rapid increase in local COVID-19 case rates, San Francisco will be rolling back the reopening of indoor dining in any context (including standalone restaurants, food courts in shopping centers, and dining establishments in hotels, museums or other venues), reducing the allowable capacity of fitness centers and... Read More »

Open Houses Will NOT Resume Next Week

Open Houses Will NOT Resume Next Week

The majority of activities and businesses that were slated to either reopen or be allowed to expand their capacities next week in San Francisco have just been “paused” due to an increase in local COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations. That includes the previously expected re-openings of indoor pools, bowling alleys... Read More »

Offices Allowed to Reopen Next Week, Bars on Tap [UPDATED]

With San Francisco’s COVID-19 risk level having dropped to “Minimal”/”Yellow” status per the State’s “Blueprint for a Safer Economy,” office spaces that have remained shuttered by the pandemic will be allowed to reopen at 25% capacity starting Tuesday, October 27. Smaller offices with fewer than 20 employees will be... Read More »

Short-Term Rental Restrictions Will Be Lifted Monday [UPDATED]

In addition to allowing salons, barber shops, gyms, and massage/tattoo parlors to reopen with limited capacities on Monday, September 14, restrictions on (registered) short-term rentals and hotels in San Francisco will be lifted as well. Indoor museums, zoos, and aquariums that have implemented a health and safety plan will... Read More »