The open letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom and others calls for lifting nearly all masking mandates for school-aged children once the Omicron wave passes.
Color, the city’s vendor, said technical glitches impacted its patient registration and sample collection software.
In a testament to the demand from restaurants, the original $28.6 billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund ran out in three weeks.
A new San Francisco Covid-19 policy meant to get workers back faster is running headlong into a shortage of tests.
Experts say San Francisco is better poised for the new variant as a new wave of COVID-19 infection appears inevitable.
In an effort to keep things in the black, Mayor London Breed is directing city departments to maintain a tight focus on essential services.
The new mandate goes into effect on Wednesday and won’t be lifted until at least Jan. 15.
Rob Geller, a longtime employee of the SF Department of Public Health, hasn’t taken a vaccine since 1978. His refusal to get jabbed may cost him his job.
Health officials urge vigilance, but say this is no reason to panic. No changes to current health orders or new restrictions on activities are planned at this point.
To mask or not to mask? That is the question.