10 Photos of the Richmond District and Beyond in Dealing with the Pandemic

By Gui Oliveira

As more and more San Franciscans abide by the shelter-in-place order decreed by Governor Newsom, residents must adapt to these changes, not to mention, widespread economic hardships. It now appears that the City is empty of people, at the very least devoid of large gatherings. Yes, everyone is encouraged to stay home and only go out for the essentials, which can be summed up in three categories: work, grocery shopping, and exercise. And while it’s imperative to stay safe inside your home, the unfortunate reality is that local businesses are suffering when daily life means cooped up inside.

The beloved Balboa Theater closed down temporarily due to “social distancing” and the “Coronavirus”. To support the theater visit http://cinemasf
A woman wearing a mask works selling flowers on the sidewalk
The Park Chalet and Coastal Beer Garden closed it’s doors indefinitely as they don’t do take out nor delivery.
Customers wait in line outside the Richmond New May Wah Supermarket waiting to be let in a few at a time.

Louis’ restaurant, a family owned diner since 1937 closed its doors until further notice.

An empty storefront on Clement St.
Workers and shoppers alike rummage through produce while wearing masks.

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