Free COVIS-19 vaccinations available May 7, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., at the Richmond Neighborhood Center.
COVID-19 vaccine appointments available for people 65+ and people with disabilities.
Cartoon by Ralph Lane.
As we pass the one-year anniversary of the shelter-in-place order issued to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, we can look back on how much we have learned about the virus.
As the world emerges from the pandemic, nations should unite to get the best price for everyone on earth. This would be the first step to move beyond the proven model of national health care.
Having helped some friends navigate the choppy waters of finding a COVID-19 vaccine in SF, I created a Google doc to share what I’ve learned. It walks you through the steps to make an appointment …
First wave of school sites inspected and ready; Board calls on City for support with vaccines, regular testing, and public transit
A question not asked of the SFUSD is why are the schools not open when it has been reported that the schools in China have beem open since the year before last?
San Francisco public schools will not be reopening as planned on Jan. 25 after negotiations between the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) and the teachers union broke down.
Updates on the vaccines, virus mutations and more from Diana Lau, PhD, RN, CNS at UCSF.
To slow the spread of small business failures during the pandemic, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors has expanded and extended a moratorium on evicting commercial tenants who cannot pay rent because of COVID-19.
San Francisco and San Mateo County public schools have been closed because of the pandemic for more than nine months, and officials are still struggling with whether and when to reopen.
Now that we have been in the COVID world for seven months, certain trends have emerged in the real estate market – some expected and some unexpected.
District 4 has the lowest COVID case rate of the entire City, which speaks to our shared commitment to staying home when we can and wearing our masks and keeping our distance when we can’t.
According to the SFMTA website, “Shared Spaces allows merchants to use sidewalks, full or partial streets, and other nearby public spaces like parks, parking lots and plazas for restaurant pick-up and other neighborhood retail activities.”