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What’s Opening Monday in San Francisco – June 1st

Starting today, outdoor museums, botanical gardens, child care for 0-5, plus outdoor dog grooming can open
By - posted 6/1/2020 No Comment

According to the timeline issued by the Mayor on May 28th, a few new business types are allowed to open today, June 1st. 

Starting today, child care (ages 0-5) is allowed, plus botanical gardens, outdoor museums and historical sites, plus outdoor curbside retail for services with minimal contact (like shoe repair, dog grooming, etc.) are all allowed to open today in the city of San Francisco.

The next “phase” of reopening has a target date of June 15th which will include most indoor retail and outdoor dining.

Things can change, so please check sf.gov for the latest updates

TODAY – Phase 2A – June 1st

Child care Childcare services for children Ages 0-5 allowed to officially re-open. According to sf.gov there is a maximum of 10 children in the same group each day for state-licensed childcare serving ages 0-5)
Botanical gardens
Outdoor museums and historical sites
Outdoor curbside retail for services with minimal contact (shoe repair, dog grooming, etc.)

Related Article: SF’s New Reopening Timeline: Major Changes Coming June 15

Phase 2B – Target Date June 15th

Most indoor retail
Outdoor dining
Summer camps
Private household indoor services
Religious services and ceremonies
Outdoor exercise classes
Professional sports games, tournaments, and other entertainment venues with no spectators
Non-emergency medical appointments

Phase 2C – Target Date July 13th

Indoor dining with modifications
Hair salons and barbershops
Real estate open houses (by appointment only)

Phase 3 – Target Mid-August – to be determined, will be more than one sub-phase

Schools with modifications
Other personal services
Nail salons
Massage establishments
Tattoo parlors
Gyms and fitness centers
Swimming pools
Indoor Museums

Phase 4 – Date to be determined

Concert venues
Live audience sports and performances
All hotels and lodging for leisure and tourism

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