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In short, indoor dinning at 25% capacity, indoor gyms at 10% capacity, indoor museums, zoos & aquariums at 25% capacity. Even the GG park ferris wheel is will reopen! And they are lifting the 10pm curfew!
For Felanie Castro, it was like the world had just stopped. The first Shelter in Place order had just been announced, and she was stuck in her office at Glide Memorial Church with no marching orders and no messaging about safety precautions. But she worried for the unhoused communities she
If you have made it this far, congratulations. You have been living in the world of the pandemic for an entire year. You have also made it through four years of hell.
It’s been just two days since San Francisco officials announced a forced pause in new appointments at City College and Moscone Center mass vaccination sites due to shortage in dose supply. Despite that reality, a third high-volume site was opened this week in the Bayview nieghborhood. While it may seem
New federal guidelines have done little to quell frustrations over ongoing school closures, as evident in a Rohnert Park billboard that went up over the weekend. On Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its operational strategy for K-12 schools. The guidance is intended as a blueprint
In 2020 I lost my job as an event manager at a major performing arts institution due to the unfortunate cancellation of all live performances and events. Now at 50 years old, I’m trying to discover another career for myself, at least until we are all able to enjoy live
By Eli Walsh Genomics researchers at Stanford University have confirmed California’s first two cases of the South African coronavirus variant in Alameda and Santa Clara counties, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday. The 501Y.V2 or B.1.351 variant is one of several recent mutations of the virus, most of which involve changes