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SF Wants To Make Outdoor Dining & Shared Spaces PermanentSF Wants To Make Outdoor Dining & Shared Spaces Permanent
By - posted 3/12/2021
Bay Area Updates, COVID-19 Updates, Outdoor Dining, What's Closed / What's Open

Mayor London Breed Announces Legislation to Make Shared Spaces Program Permanent in San Francisco Friday, March 12, 2021 Successful outdoor dining and retail program would continue beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, making permanent changes to streamline curbside, sidewalk, roadway and other permitting process for San Francisco businesses and organizations Mayor London N. Breed today more...

SF Expands Vaccines to All Adults w/ Underlying Conditions (March 15)SF Expands Vaccines to All Adults w/ Underlying Conditions (March 15)
By - posted 3/12/2021
Brand New, COVID-19 Updates, Vaccines

San Francisco to Expand COVID-19 Vaccinations to People with Disabilities and Severe Underlying Conditions and those in High-Risk Congregate Settings on March 15 Friday, March 12, 2021 This expansion of eligibility in accordance with the State’s prioritization plan comes as 27% of San Franciscans have received at least one dose of vaccine—a more...

Brand New Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Now at SF Mass SiteBrand New Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Now at SF Mass Site
By - posted 3/12/2021
Bay Area Updates, COVID-19 Updates, Vaccines

San Francisco’s first high-volume site to administer 1,000 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will take place on Friday, March 12, 2021. The high-volume vaccination site at City College of San Francisco’s Ocean Avenue Campus will administer 1,000 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to individuals who are 65 more...

Contra Costa County Nearing Red TierContra Costa County Nearing Red Tier
By - posted 3/9/2021
Bay Area Updates, COVID-19 Updates, Reopening

Thanks KRON4 for sharing the news that Contra Costa County is nearing close to moving into the Red Tier. With the new tier, indoor dining would be allowed at 25% capacity. Contra Costa County would join 5 other Bay Area counties currently in the Red Tier. The county is averaging just more...

CA's New Volunteering Vaccination ProgramCA’s New Volunteering Vaccination Program
By - posted 3/9/2021
Brand New, COVID-19 Updates, Getting Help, Vaccines

Roll up your sleeves… California just a launched a brand new program to help vaccinate California. California residents can sign up for MyTurnVolunteer to help speed up COVID-19 vaccinations and save lives. In exchange for your time, after volunteering for four hours or more, you’ll be eligible for a vaccine at more...

Children’s Discovery Museum Reopening Its Outdoor Play AreaChildren’s Discovery Museum Reopening Its Outdoor Play Area
By - posted 3/2/2021
Bay Area Updates, COVID-19 Updates, Things to Do, What's Closed / What's Open

San Jose’s Children’s Discovery Museum is reopening their outdoor play area, “Bill’s Backyard,” on Friday, March 5, 2021. Bill’s Backyard opens to the general public with two play sessions with limited capacity. Bill’s Backyard allows children to discover the natural world as they have fun scaling the Tree Climber, scurrying through more...

Outdoor Team Sports Leagues Return to SFOutdoor Team Sports Leagues Return to SF
By - posted 2/27/2021
Bay Area Updates, COVID-19 Updates, What's Closed / What's Open

The San Francisco Department of Public Health and Recreation and Park Department today announced the expansion of youth sports in San Francisco. The City’s anticipated reassignment to the red tier next week will allow outdoor contact sports, organized and supervised through youth sports leagues, all with safety protocols. In order more...

SF Might Reopen Indoor Dining & Museums March 3SF Might Reopen Indoor Dining & Museums March 3
By - posted 2/26/2021
Bay Area Updates, COVID-19 Updates, Indoor Dining, Reopening, What's Closed / What's Open

San Francisco might be moving to the less restrictive “Red Tier” as early as next week on Wednesday, March 3, 2021. When The City enters the new tier, indoor dining, museums, and movie theaters all allowed at a maximum of 25% capacity. Plus, San Francisco’s 10 pm curfew will be lifted. Here’s what more...

SF's Moscone Center Resumes COVID Vaccines on Feb. 25SF’s Moscone Center Resumes COVID Vaccines on Feb. 25
By - posted 2/23/2021
Bay Area Updates, COVID-19 Updates, Vaccines

Thanks KRON4 for sharing the news that San Francisco’s Moscone Center is resuming vaccinations this week. After a two week closure due to a limited supply of COVID-19 vaccines, Moscone Center is reopening for vaccinations beginning Thursday, February 25, 2021. The mass vaccination center was only open 10 days before it had more...

San Francisco Officially Lifts 10-Day Travel QuarantineSan Francisco Officially Lifts 10-Day Travel Quarantine
By - posted 2/23/2021
COVID-19 Updates, Reopening

San Francisco Lifts Local 10-Day Quarantine Order But Urges Against Non-Essential Travel Those who travel out of state or more than 120 miles from home still advised to quarantine for 10 days  Beginning February 23, 2021, San Franciscans who engage in non-essential travel outside the Bay Area region will no longer be more...

Bay Area Costco Now Offers COVID-19 VaccinesBay Area Costco Now Offers COVID-19 Vaccines
By - posted 2/22/2021
Bay Area Updates, Brand New, COVID-19 Updates, Vaccines

Thanks to KRON4 for sharing the news that Costco will now offering COVID-19 vaccinations. Costco announced their pharmacies will be administering COVID-19 vaccines, usually Moderna, as soon as they are available, in accordance with CDC and state guidelines. As of February 22, 2021, the only store in the Bay Area administering vaccines is more...

Muni Rides Now Free to SF's Vaccination SitesMuni Rides Now Free to SF’s Vaccination Sites
By - posted 2/19/2021
COVID-19 Updates, Vaccines

Mayor London Breed Announces Free Transportation on Muni To and From COVID-19 Vaccination Sites Friday, February 19, 2021 Starting Tuesday, February 23, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will offer free Muni trips and expanded Essential Trip Card credit for customers traveling to and from COVID-19 vaccination sites in San Francisco San Francisco, more...

Contra Costa Now Vaccinating Essential WorkersContra Costa Now Vaccinating Essential Workers
By - posted 2/19/2021
Bay Area Updates, Brand New, COVID-19 Updates, Vaccines

Contra Costa Health Services today updated its eligibility policy for COVID-19 vaccine to extend vaccination eligibility to residents who work in the education and childcare sector, food and agriculture workers, and emergency services workers as defined by California’s vaccination plan Phase 1B  . Residents in these groups, as well as county more...

SF Announces Drop-in Vaccines (No Appt. Needed)SF Announces Drop-in Vaccines (No Appt. Needed)
By - posted 2/18/2021
COVID-19 Updates, Vaccines, What's Closed / What's Open

Mayor London Breed announced today that San Francisco General Hospital is offering drop-in vaccinations daily for SF residents 65+ from 9am to 3pm through February 23rd with no appointment necessary. According to Mission Local, previously people eligible for walk-in vaccinations needed to live in certain zip codes. Now, all residents of more...

Santa Clara County Expands COVID-19 Vaccines for Essential WorkersSanta Clara County Expands COVID-19 Vaccines for Essential Workers
By - posted 2/17/2021
Bay Area Updates, Brand New, COVID-19 Updates, Vaccines

Santa Clara County officials announced today that healthcare providers across the County will expand access to COVID-19 vaccination to workers in education and childcare, emergency services, and the food and agriculture industries, starting February 28, 2021. As vaccine access expands to these additional groups, focusing vaccination efforts on the most impacted more...