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More Rollbacks Coming This Week to SF

San Francisco considers travel quarantine and further rollbacks and indoor capacity limits. First updates coming Wednesday
By - posted 12/1/2020 No Comment

In a Tuesday afternoon press conference, Mayor London Breed and Dr. Grant Colfax, Director of Public Health disclosed that further rollbacks will be taking place with the first rollbacks likely to be announced as early as Wednesday.

Possibilities mentioned include further limiting capacity of indoor activities, further limiting the size of group gatherings and a potential travel quarantine similar to Santa Clara.

The mayor also mentioned that it’s possible that further rollbacks of outdoor dining might be coming, but did not offer any specifics.

A press conference was supposed to take place on Wednesday at 1:30pm, but was canceled at the last minute.

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These restrictions would be in addition to the 10pm to 5am curfew that was implemented on Monday.

San Francisco currently sits in the “purple” tier with a 7-day average test positivity rate of 1.94% (California is 6.4%) and 13.8 new COVID cases per day per 100k (California is 30.2).

These rates are slight drops from numbers reported on 11/28, but likely don’t take into account any potential surge from Thanksgiving weekend.