As cases of COVID-19 surge in San Francisco, we have to stay vigilant. We have to wear our masks, keep our distance, wash our hands and continue to follow public health guidance.
A series of restaurant closures in the Outer Richmond District has left the northwestern edge of San Francisco without several of its beloved dining spots.
The Hockey Haven has operated continuously for more than 70 years, up until the past few months of shelter in place. They are one of the many small businesses in the Richmond District that have been impacted by the pandemic.
A facility in the Presidio will soon become San Francisco’s first continuing care site for non-COVID-19 patients. Designed for those who need short-term medical observation or support, but not close monitoring or intensive nursing care in a traditional hospital setting, the “low-acuity” facility helps create space within San Francisco’s hospital system for COVID-19 patients.
The Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park will officially re-open its doors to the public Wednesday, July 22 with modifications to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department announced today.
Thank you for your patience and resilience during this unprecedented emergency. As cases and hospitalizations continue to rise, San Francisco has been placed on the State of California’s county watch list as of July 20.
Unseen, lurking in the shadows, she attached herself to the metal handrail. She knew that it would be only a matter of time until some careless fool would lean against the spot where she had been.
As a working single mom to a child with a disability, social distancing is a luxury I cannot afford.
San Francisco restaurants started serving customers at outdoor tables on June 15 after three months of being restricted to take-out and delivery to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
While businesses in the Richmond District are facing tremendous challenges due to the shutdown to avoid the spread of the coronavirus, there are also glimmers of hope.
John M. Lee provides a real estate update after week 10 of shelter-in-place orders.
With the plan to reopen San Francisco becoming clearer, as more businesses and activities can resume with modifications in phases over the coming weeks and months, we must also plan for San Francisco’s economic recovery.
Paul Kozakiewicz urges residents to patronize local businesses now that San Francisco has flattened the curve.
Plan formulated by the Economic Recovery Task Force allows outdoor dining, indoor retail, and certain outdoor activities to resume on June 15th, assuming they are allowed by the State; additional activities will be permitted to resume with modifications in phases.
Over the coming weeks and months, there will be additional adjustments to the Stay Home Health Order that will allow us to regain some sense of normalcy.