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SF Opening of Salons, Museums, Bars & Indoor Dining Officially Delayed

July 13th reopening target officially on hold for hair salons, museums, tattoo parlors, zoos. swimming pools, indoor dining and outdoor bars
By - posted 7/8/2020 No Comment

Thanks to, KRON4 for letting us know that the expected delay of opening of indoor dining and outdoor bars was made official on Tuesday as the city pauses further reopening.

Tuesday, July 7, Mayor London N. Breed and Director of Health Dr. Grant Colfax announced today that the City will temporarily delay allowing indoor dining and outdoor bars to reopen on July 13, due to a rise in COVID-19 transmission, cases, and hospitalizations in San Francisco.

See the up-to-date San Francisco reopening timeline.

Related: 125+ Outdoor Patios open in San Francisco

The City is currently evaluating other businesses that had been proposed to reopen between June 29 and July 13, including hair salons, barbershops, indoor museums, outdoor pools, gyms, real estate open houses by appointment, and zoos, as part of the Phase 2C reopening. An update on the status of reopening these businesses will be provided by the end of the week. Businesses and activities that are currently allowed may continue operating at this time. 

Read the full press release and related article.

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