San Francisco: The city of San Francisco will reopen from June 15, eliminating capacity constraints altogether, according to an announcement from Mayor London Breed.
Based on the draft guidelines announced by the state in advance, San Francisco has determined that it will fully align with the state plan, with a few limited exceptions to extremely large events and specific institutional institutions at increased risk, such as hospitals for acute care, competent nursing facilities and prisons, the Xinhua news agency Breed quoted Thursday.
“On June 15, we are taking an incredible step forward by aligning our reopening with the state. “I am excited that the city is coming to life again and I can not wait to see what lies ahead for San Francisco,” she said, urging residents to continue to be vaccinated.
In addition to schools, child care, and youth activities, San Francisco will lift many of its sector-specific health care restrictions and repeal all business sector guidelines.
With the imminent elimination of the system’s reopening system and local health guidelines for operating sectors, many aspects of San Francisco businesses are expected to return to normal operations for participants, customers and guests.
“In particular, changes in the health order include the elimination of local capacity constraints, as well as local requirements for physical distancing, masking and operational procedures and protocols in almost all cases,” the announcement reads.
“With many of the health risks, the most important thing we can do now is support the economic recovery and revival of our commercial and downtown corridors and the city,” said Kate Sofis, the city’s director of the Office of Economic and Social Affairs. workforce, said. Development.
Currently, 79 percent of San Francisco residents are eligible for Covid-19 vaccination has received at least one dose.
On June 7, city affairs were 1.5 per 100,000, 25 percent lower than the state, representing a 96 percent decrease in San Francisco. Covid-19 diagnoses since January.
Source: Telangana Today