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San Francisco Pausing Further Reopening as COVID Rates Increase

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Earlier today Mayor London Breed Announced that San Francisco would be pausing plans to reopen more of the businesses closed due to COVID.

The plan was that, on November 3rd, places like indoor pools and bowling alleys would be able to reopen, and restaurants would be able to have 50% capacity for dining indoors. As it stands now, the above will remain closed and indoor restaurants, movie theaters, museums, zoos, aquariums, and places of worship will stay at 25% capacity.

Unfortunately, COVID rates are rising around the country, and despite San Francisco doing incredibly well compared to other big cities, we are not immune to this uptick.

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Below are the tweets from Mayor Breed. Make sure to click on them so you can see the whole thread.

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