The CDC on Sept. 12 recommended that everyone 6 months and older receive updated COVID-19 vaccines. The updated vaccines were approved by the FDA on Sept. 11, 2023.
What to do
Wear a mask
N95, double, and well-fitting medical masks are more effective. Up your protection when cases are rising.
What to do when exposed to COVID-19
Get tested 3 to 5 days after your close contact and wear a mask when around others for 10 days.
Get tested for COVID-19
Any time you feel sick or have a known exposure, get tested.
You’ve had a close contact or positive test
Lower the risk of spreading COVID-19 in case you have it. If you test positive or feel sick, stop the spread.
Get treated for COVID-19
If you have a positive test and qualify, start treatment right away.
San Francisco COVID-19 Data Tracker
See data around coronavirus cases and test results.
Get vaccinated and boosted
Get vaccinated against COVID-19
Vaccines open to everyone 6 months and older.
Show proof of vaccination at large indoor events and at businesses that ask for it.
Get proof of your vaccine status
Store your COVID-19 CDC vaccine card in a safe place and get a digital version. For lost cards, see your options.
San Francisco COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker
See how many San Franciscans have gotten the COVID-19 vaccine.
San Francisco Emergency Rental Assistance Program (SF ERAP)
As of February 28, 2023, SF ERAP is accepting new applications. Please note that program rules have changed to target financial assistance to households most at risk of housing loss or homelessness. Funding is limited and SF ERAP will not be able to serve every household who meets minimum eligibility criteria. Visit the SF ERAP online application to learn more.
Help for immigrants during the coronavirus outbreak
Immigration updates and financial resources for immigrants in the Bay Area.
Business during the coronavirus pandemic
What you need to reopen your business safely. Get loans, grants, and other help for your business.
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