Beginning Thursday, May 6, San Francisco will reopen indoor bars, indoor family entertainment activities, outdoor organized community sporting events and indoor saunas and steam rooms, and will loosen guidelines for a range of activities.
This week’s expansion in eligibility to people 16 and older coincides with the opening of the second neighborhood vaccine site in the Mission District in partnership with the Latino Task Force as part of an equity strategy to ensure low-barrier access to vaccines for communities.
Starting April 15, San Francisco will resume indoor live-audience events, performances, meetings, and receptions with capacity limits and following other protocols, and will expand existing guidelines for outdoor live-audience events, performances, and other activities.
The Mission Kids child care center will serve 100 families and is funded by more than $6 million from San Francisco’s Office of Early Care and Education, Office of Economic and Workforce Development, and the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development
Operated in partnership with Excelsior Strong and Latino Task Force, the new vaccination site offers low-barrier access to vaccines in a diverse neighborhood that is home to many essential workers and others at risk of COVID-19