Out of the 58,000 people who left the city between 2020 and 2021, more than two-thirds were aged 20 to 34.
The mayor is fully vaccinated and boosted. She is isolating, per a press release.
Hospitalizations may be ticking up, but SF said it’s not quite ready to follow Alameda County’s lead in reviving its mask order.
Local infectious disease experts say Covid-19, like the common cold, will continue to mutate in order to dodge both vaccines and natural immunity.
SF voters have made their displeasure known. But The Standard’s poll also shows that life in the city is not all bad.
Meet the multidisciplinary corps of medical professionals at the university’s trailblazing OPTIMAL Clinic.
Local hospitals have stockpiled new Covid treatments, but federal politics may pose a problem for long-term funding.
Mayor London Breed announced a week of events set for later this month as the city tries to lure workers back to the struggling downtown core.
The mayor and the SFChamber of Commerce believe in-office work is essential to city’s economy. But concerns about Covid surges and employee preferences may hinder the effort to get workers back downtown.
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.