Links to all COVID related information sites for residents and workers in the Bay Area
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SF Mayor London Breed announced a tentative date (June 15th) to allow “Outdoor dining including restaurants and bars with food”. On June 15, the following businesses will be allowed to reopen provided they follow social distancing guidelines. Live sport (without fans), indoor retail, religious services, manufacturing, doctors and dentist offices
The story of how an Oakland designer found her footing doing costumes and set designs for Beats Antique and when COVID-19 shut down the events industry she shifted her focus to making free masks for grocery and food service workers.
UC Hastings filed a federal lawsuit against the City of San Francisco on May 4th, to to demand the City clear the Tenderloin of its ‘homelessness encampments’ and ‘open-air drug sales’. A group of UC Hastings students and alumni have now published an open letter to the Dean, expressing their
Donald Trump is on a rampage against mail-in ballots for the upcoming November election, asserting that large-scale voter fraud is an inevitable result. At least that’s his assertion now that the state of California is going in that direction — not so much when slightly less progressive states implemented similar
Most Bay Area counties are now mitigating the COVID-19 pandemic relatively well with trends in new cases, hospitalizations and deaths either curving or remaining low on the comparative scale. But where many of the area’s residents are latching onto signs of hope, people in Alameda County see cause for concern,
A map of all the slow streets currently implemented (red), along with the ones who will be slow streets soon (Blue), and the streets currently being studied and reviewed for outdoor seating areas for restaurants on the street, parking spots, and sidewalks (Purple).
There is a ton of information out there about applying for financial support in the age of COVID. Unfortunately, there’s too much information and it can be really overwhelming. That’s why Shalaco decided to make the video below. As he told me in an email: As a photographer I lost