COVID-19 Outreach Toolkit

Flyers, posters, and fact sheets in English, 中文, Filipino, and Español.

Documents

Resources for all businesses and government entities

Required to post: All SF businesses are required to display a version of this poster in employee breakrooms. It encourages SF residents to get vaccinated for COVID-19. In English, Spanish, Chinese, and Filipino. This version has a mostly-white background for printing. This sign is available for pick up at any City Hall entrance between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Signage is also available to print, using the links below.

 

Also available in different sizes and backgrounds: 8.5"x11" green, 11"x17" white, 11"x17" green, and 24"x36" green.

Required to post: All SF businesses are required to display a version of this poster in front-facing highly visible entrances. It includes best practices and prevention measures to protect against COVID-19 transmission in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Filipino. This version has a mostly-white background for printing. This sign is available for pick up at any City Hall entrance between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Signage is also available to print, using the links below.

 

Also available in different sizes and backgrounds: 8.5"x11" green11"x17" white11"x17" green, and 24"x36" green.

For reference: All businesses open to the public for indoor services can complete and post this ventilation checklist. It is in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Filipino.

Businesses where vaccines and masks are required

On October 15, 2021, San Francisco eased indoor masking requirements in some settings (like offices, gyms and fitness centers) with stable groups and safety measures in place.

Required to post: Businesses that fall under the proof of vaccination requirement must post a version of this flyer at public entrances. This includes restaurants, bars, theaters, or places of entertainment where food or drink are served and consumed indoors or gyms and fitness centers where patrons are exercising. There are certain exceptions where people can unmask. For these settings, see Businesses where vaccines are required below, This sign is available for pick up at any City Hall entrance from 8 am to 5 pm. You can also print your own signs. 

Also available in: 11"x17" green, 8.5”x11” multilingual, 8.5”x11 multilingual, green, 8.5”x11, English only, 8.5x11 Chinese, 8.5x11 Spanish, 8.5”x11” Filipino

Required to post: Businesses that fall under the proof of vaccination requirement must post a version of this flyer in employee break rooms. This includes restaurants, bars, theaters, or places of entertainment where food or drink are served and consumed indoors or gyms and fitness centers where patrons are exercising. There are certain exceptions where people can unmask.  For these settings, see Businesses where vaccines are required.

 

Also available in: 11"x17" green, 8.5"x11", 8.5"x11" in green.

For reference: Guide for business owners and staff to know how to check the Vaccination Status QR codes. 

Also available in Spanish, Chinese and Filipino

Businesses where vaccines are required

On October 15, 2021, San Francisco eased indoor masking requirements in some settings (like gyms and fitness centers) with stable groups and safety measures in place.

This mask exemption is now suspended through January 31, 2022. There is a sharp increase in Covid-19 cases driven by the Omicron variant. The flyers have been temporarily removed.

Businesses where masks are required

You must still wear a mask in public places, like stores, restaurants, and large indoor events, even if you are fully vaccinated.

Required to post: Most SF businesses must post a version of this flyer at public entrances. Masks are now required for most public indoor places. This sign is available for pick up at any City Hall entrance from 8 am to 5 pm. You can also print your own signs.

Also available in 11x17 size

COVID-19 information

This flyer provides information about variants of COVID-19 such as Delta. It also lists community-based resources. Also available in SpanishChinese and Filipino.

Vaccine information

Compares Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines in a chart format. One page. Available in SpanishChinese, and Filipino.

This flyer lists common side effects to the COVID-19 vaccine and tells readers when to call a doctor.

 

Also available in SpanishChineseFilipinoVietnameseRussian, and Arabic.

Flyer with information about scams related to COVID-19. Page 1 English, page 2 Spanish, Chinese and Filipino.

Getting your vaccine

Flyer with information for youth on how to get consent for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, in English. Also available in SpanishChinese, and Filipino.

Flyer with information for youth on how to get consent for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, in English. Also available in SpanishChinese, and Filipino.

This flyer shows how to make an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine on behalf of a San Francisco resident aged 65 or older. In English. Also available in SpanishChinese, and Filipino.

Testing information

The flyer "When to get a COVID-19 test" has been temporarily removed for an update.

Get Tested, San Francisco! poster, 8.5"x11", white background. Text in English, Spanish, Chinese and Filipino.

 

Also available in different sizes and backgrounds: 8.5"x11" green, 11"x17" white, and 11"x17" green.

Also available as a file with seven pages, each with a different language (English, Spanish, Chinese, Filipino, Vietnamese, Russian, Arabic): 8.5"x11" white8.5"x11" green11"x17" white, and 11"x17" green.

Community resources

This PDF has four pages. Each page has the same 8.5x11" poster in a different language: English, Spanish, Chinese, Filipino. Posters warn against racial discrimination related to COVID-19.

 

Also available in 11x17" size and 24x36" size.

This poster reads "Do the Right Thing: Respect / Protect / Family." It shows illustrations of two masked families socializing and grilling food in separate circles. It is in English and it is 8.5 x 11 inches.

 

Also available in 11 x 17 inches size.

Five posters with collage of selfies of people wearing masks. Text reads "Together We Heal" for the campaign.

 

Also available in black and white photos.

Posters about masks and face coverings

Poster showing that covering your face is proven to slow the spread of coronavirus, using illustrations of people wearing masks. Poster is in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Filipino.

 

Also available in 11x17 size.

This poster is 8.5x11" and is printed in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Filipino.

 

Also available in 11x17" size.

Poster showing correct and incorrect ways to wear a face covering to prevent the spread of coronavirus. In English, Chinese, Spanish, and Filipino.

 

Also available in 11x17" size and 24x36" size.

This poster provides guidance on wearing, donning, and doffing face shields, goggles, and glasses that protect from coronavirus.

This poster provides guidance for health workers on wearing, donning, and doffing masks and respirators that protect from coronavirus.

Other flyers

"Isolation and Quarantine Flyer" has been temporarily removed for an update.

This flyer includes resources available while you isolate or quarantine. Two pages, in English. 

Also available in SpanishChinese, and Filipino.

This flyer describes what to do during the coronavirus pandemic if the air quality is bad due to smoke from wildfires. It is 8.5 x 11 inches and it is in English.

 

Also available in SpanishChinese, and Filipino.

This flyer describes how to stay safe during heat waves. It lists symptoms for heat stroke and heat exhaustion. It is 8.5 x 11 inches and it is in English.

 

Also available in SpanishChinese, and Filipino.

This flyer provides a list of phone numbers that offer support for people experiencing domestic violence during the coronavirus pandemic.

 

The flyer is in color, single-sided, in English.

 

Also available in Spanish, Chinese, and Filipino.

This flyer provides information and help for people needing food during the coronavirus outbreak.

 

The flyer is in color, single-sided, and in English.

 

Also available in SpanishChineseFilipinoVietnameseRussian, and Arabic.