SAN FRANCISCO, CA --- Today, San Francisco announced that the City will substantially continue the pause on reopening that began June 29 until the COVID-19 Key Health Indicators improve and the spread of the virus is brought under control once again. San Francisco is currently experiencing a rise in COVID-19 transmission, cases, and hospitalizations that is forcing the City to slow down reopening to protect community health. See more details here.

Assessor Carmen Chu, co-chair of the Economic Recovery Task Force, issued the following statement:

“Reopening the economy while in the middle of an active global pandemic was never going to be easy. But each of us doing our part to stay distanced and wear a mask, combined with the City’s approach of anchoring reopening decisions based on real-time on-the-ground health indicators will help us navigate a way forward.”


Pub Date: 
Friday, July 10, 2020

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