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Californians Asked To Stay Within 120 Miles Of HomeCalifornians Asked To Stay Within 120 Miles Of Home
By - posted 1/8/2021
Bay Area Updates, Curfew / Stay-at-Home

Thanks to KRON4 for letting us know that the California Dept. of Public Health has issued updated travel restrictions which include advising Californians to avoid traveling more than 120 miles from one’s home for “non-essential” travel. For context, Tahoe is approximately 200 miles from San Francisco. Find cities within 120 miles of more...

"Stay-at-Home" Order Likely Extended, But No Official Word Yet“Stay-at-Home” Order Likely Extended, But No Official Word Yet
By - posted 1/7/2021
Bay Area Updates, Curfew / Stay-at-Home, What's Closed / What's Open

The three-week “Stay at Home” order that was triggered for the Bay Area on December 18 after ICU capacity for the region fell below 15% was originally supposed to be revisited starting January 8th, but there has been no official word from the State of California. A region is supposed to more...

SF Extends "Stay at Home" Order "Indefinitely"SF Extends “Stay at Home” Order “Indefinitely”
By - posted 1/1/2021
Curfew / Stay-at-Home, Outdoor Dining, What's Closed / What's Open

Thanks to ABC for letting us know that the city of San Francisco has extended the stay-at-home order “indefinitely” as December 31st. The original stay-at-home order was supposed to end on January 7th, depending on how ICU capacity fares for the Bay Area and would be lifted by the state if more...

How Full Are Hospitals Near You? ICU Capacity for SF Bay AreaHow Full Are Hospitals Near You? ICU Capacity for SF Bay Area
By - posted 12/22/2020
Bay Area Updates, COVID-19 Updates, Curfew / Stay-at-Home

The New York Times has put together a simple-to-use interactive map if you’re curious to see how full hospital I.C.U.s are near you. Depending on how you draw the map and define the “Bay Area,” I.C.U.s as of December 17th (the most recent update) are reported to be about 84% capacity more...

Bay Area Cell Phones to Get "Emergency Alert" Today at NoonBay Area Cell Phones to Get “Emergency Alert” Today at Noon
By - posted 12/18/2020
Bay Area Updates, Curfew / Stay-at-Home

With COVID-19 spreading at an increasing rate throughout the state and many Californians now under a mandatory, Regional Stay-at-Home Order, the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) will issue a region-wide emergency alert for the Bay Area Region at noon on Friday, December 18, asking residents to stay home more...

SF Issues Mandatory 10-Day Travel QuarantineSF Issues Mandatory 10-Day Travel Quarantine
By - posted 12/17/2020
Bay Area Updates, COVID-19 Updates, Curfew / Stay-at-Home, Only in San Francisco, Travel

Thanks KRON4 for reporting the just announced update that San Francisco has issued a new quarantine order. Starting December 18, people coming in from outside the Bay Area counties must quarantine for 10 days. San Francisco has issued a health order mandating a travel quarantine. It will be in effect at 12:01 more...

ICU Capacity Below 15%. Bay Area Now Under Stay-at-Home OrderICU Capacity Below 15%. Bay Area Now Under Stay-at-Home Order
By - posted 12/16/2020
Bay Area Updates, Curfew / Stay-at-Home, What's Closed / What's Open

As COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations surge and ICU capacity declines, San Mateo and 10 other Bay Area counties are under a mandatory Regional Stay At Home Order that takes effect Thursday, Dec. 17, at 11:59 p.m. The order prohibits private gatherings of any size, except for outdoor church services and political demonstrations. more...

San Mateo: Visitors Not Welcome for Outdoor Dining & HaircutsSan Mateo: Visitors Not Welcome for Outdoor Dining & Haircuts
By - posted 12/16/2020
Curfew / Stay-at-Home, Outdoor Dining, What's Closed / What's Open

Thanks to SF Gate for letting us know that San Mateo County is pushing back against people crossing county lines for outdoor dining, salon services and haircuts. California allows these services to continue in regions where ICU capacity is above 15%. UPDATE: After this article was published, California updated their numbers on more...

Outdoor Dining Still Happening in North Beach (Of Course)Outdoor Dining Still Happening in North Beach (Of Course)
By - posted 12/10/2020
Curfew / Stay-at-Home, Outdoor Dining, What's Closed / What's Open

San Francisco’s current stay-at-home order which specifically bans outdoor dining. But ABC7 reports that restaurants like Original Joe’s in North Beach appear to be violating the spirit of the rule by serving “to go orders” and then allowing people to eat at their outdoor dining area in their parklet where more...

SF Will Soon Receive its First 12,000 Vaccine DosesSF Will Soon Receive its First 12,000 Vaccine Doses
By - posted 12/10/2020
COVID Testing, COVID-19 Updates, Curfew / Stay-at-Home, Uplifting, Vaccines

As reported by the New York Times, Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine received approval from FDA advisers on Thursday afternoon which cleared the way to authorize its use. San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced shortly after that the city will soon receive their first 12,000 vaccine doses which will go to frontline healthcare more...

85% of SF's Downtown Restaurants Likely Closed85% of SF’s Downtown Restaurants Likely Closed
By - posted 12/10/2020
Curfew / Stay-at-Home, Goodbye, Indoor Dining, Outdoor Dining, What's Closed / What's Open

SF Gate shared some depressing news that about 85% of the restaurants in San Francisco’s Financial District and SoMa are estimated to be at least temporarily closed. Downtown has been pretty much a ghost town since the beginning of the pandemic with most offices closed down and allowing people to work more...

Tahoe Shuts Down to Visitors on FridayTahoe Shuts Down to Visitors on Friday
By - posted 12/10/2020
COVID-19 Updates, Curfew / Stay-at-Home, What's Closed / What's Open

If you’re thinking of a winter escape to Tahoe, think again. The California side of the Lake Tahoe region is shutting down to out-of-towners for three weeks starting Friday, December 11 as COVID cases rise, according to SF Chronicle. “Non-essential travel in and out is off-limits.” In March, while the governor’s more...

San Francisco's Playgrounds Reopen TodaySan Francisco’s Playgrounds Reopen Today
By - posted 12/9/2020
Curfew / Stay-at-Home, What's Closed / What's Open

It was announced on Wednesday that the California has revised the shelter-in-place restrictions in order to allow playgrounds to open. san Francisco says that the city’s guidelines will be updated and playgrounds will be open in San Francisco. Rec and Park’s 179 public playgrounds have signs reminding families of capacity limits more...

Is Anyone Enforcing Stay-at-Home Order in Bay Area?Is Anyone Enforcing Stay-at-Home Order in Bay Area?
By - posted 12/9/2020
Bay Area Updates, Curfew / Stay-at-Home, What's Closed / What's Open

Many sheriff’s departments in Southern California have pushed back against their stay-at-home order and have publicly stated they will not be enforcing the order. Thanks to ABC7 for reaching out to each county here in the Bay Area to find out what level of enforcement is currently taking place for the more...

San Francisco COVID Cases & Latest Stats (Updated Daily)San Francisco COVID Cases & Latest Stats (Updated Daily)
By - posted 12/9/2020
COVID-19 Updates, Curfew / Stay-at-Home

Here’s the latest COVID stats provided by the City of San Francisco. Please note that often there is a two or three day lag for statistics. And please note that some sources have some conflicting data. Last checked on 12/9/20. Related: All 18 Free COVID Test Sites in San Francisco – more...