Will SF “Fully Reopen” On June 15? Find Out Today
While California has stated that it will allow counties to reopen on June 15, 2021 without any capacity limits or physical distancing requirements, San Francisco hasn’t yet announced any specifics.
The closest San Francisco has come to any specifics around the June 15th date was during an early May interview with SF Gate where Mayor London Breed said, “… to abandon restrictions completely — even if the state heads in that direction it may not be best for San Francisco. I’m trying to avoid standing up and telling residents to shelter in place again. We will center our June 15 decision around keeping the public safe.“
But more details are expected today as the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development, is hosting a livestream webinar at 4;30pm on June 8, 2021 on the expected changes when San Francisco moves to “FULL reopening.” San Francisco has typically been more restrictive than the state allows.
San Francisco Full Reopening Webinar
Tuesday, June 8, 2021 | 4:30p
So it’s expected that a reopening timeline (or criteria for full reopening) will be announced during the webinar. There are plenty of the city is giving including stating, “Note that the information provided in this webinar may be subject to change based on the latest public health and safety information.”
We invite you to join us on Tue, June 8 at 4:30 PM for a webinar on the expected changes when San Francisco moves to FULL reopening.
RSVP at https://t.co/V6sICSVLxr to join and participate in a live Q&A.
— SFOEWD (@sfoewd) June 7, 2021