The City and County of San Francisco and the San Francisco Giants are partnering to get as many San Franciscans vaccinated as possible, offering a free pair of tickets to a future Giants game starting this Friday, June 25 at several SF neighborhood vaccine sites.
New legislation introduced today to the Board of Supervisors repeals 12E of the Administrative Code and directs the Department of Human Resources to collect voluntary and anonymous sexual orientation demographics from City employees and applicants.
With vaccinations high and case rates low, San Francisco’s Safer Return Together Order removes all capacity limits and physical distancing requirements and nearly all operational requirements on businesses.
San Francisco is the first major city in the US to reach this milestone due to a robust citywide vaccination program, which includes mass vaccinations and targeted, data-driven outreach to communities in need.
One of the nation’s first mass testing sites at Pier 32 to close, as SF continues vaccinating its residents and sees continued drop in cases and hospitalizations. Testing to continue in neighborhoods impacted by COVID-19.
Thanks to SF's successful vaccine rollout and low case rates, we intend to align with the State Beyond the Blueprint guidance that removes nearly all local COVID-19 related restrictions beginning June 15, with some exceptions for mega events.
San Francisco celebrated its 51st Pride celebration as City Hall opened its doors to the public for the first time since March. Also, Mayor London Breed and City Officials commemorated Pride Month by releasing plans for historic new LGBTQ community investments and programs.