Each event must be 2 hours long at most.
If people will be eating or drinking, you should not have more than 6 people from 3 different households.
If there will be no food or drink, you should not have more than 25 people from 3 different households.
If planning an allowed larger gathering (religious service or political protest), you should not have more than 200 people. You cannot serve or sell food or drinks at a large gathering.
Do not shout, chant, sing, or play wind or brass instruments. Breathing out strongly can spread COVID-19 more readily.
Only 1 person at a time should speak. They must wear a face covering and be 12 feet away from everyone else. Have them use a microphone instead of raising their voice.
See guidance for drive-in gatherings, like drive-in movies.
See guidance for places of worship.
Daily health screener you can use with your attendees and workers.
Download signage to print yourself, or get printed posters.
Find SF vendors who sell face masks, hand sanitizer, and other protective equipment for your employees.
See general information about operating a business during the pandemic.
See business guidance from the Department of Public Health.
See health directives and plans in various languages.
Indoor dining, indoor worship, and other activities allowed (September 30, 2020)
Indoor gyms, indoor personal care, tourist hotels, more outdoor activities allowed under new health directive (September 14, 2020)