It’s been well-established throughout the pandemic that the poorest neighborhoods are hardest hit by COVID-19. And when the vaccines first became widely available in March and April, the Chronicle rightfully reported that San Francisco’s poorest neighborhoods weren’t getting enough vaccine doses, threatening to make that deadly disparity even worse. We
It was a little suspect when the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lifted the mask mandate for fully vaccinated people in indoor public spaces. The decision is now proving to be a wrong turn in the fight against the evolving COVID-19 pandemic. Yes, fully vaccinated people are pretty
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This is the big day. As dawn broke Tuesday, California officially reopened…and poof, physical distancing, capacity restrictions and color-coded tier charts we’ve become begrudgingly used to just disappeared. As of now, state law no longer requires vaccinated people to wear masks in indoor public settings. But not everyone is stoked.
Herd immunity is the unicorn we’re all chasing as a way out of pandemic life, but reaching that point is easier said than done. San Francisco, however, looks like it’s on track to get there faster than any other major metropolitan California city. What constitutes herd immunity varies widely depending