Stay safe. Keep others safe. Stay home except for essential needs.
What to do
Get online during the coronavirus outbreak
Some Internet providers are offering low cost Internet services for residents.
Be an emergency volunteer
Healthy adults or medical professionals can help the City respond to the coronavirus outbreak.
Find out how to get tested for coronavirus
Call your health care provider if you think you have COVID-19. If you do not have health insurance, call 311 or go to sf311.org for info to get linked to care.
Stay healthy for older adults
Precautions and activities for anyone over 60 during the coronavirus outbreak.
Find free meals for children
SFUSD will provide free meals to all children 18 and younger during the school closure.
Find a public handwashing station or bathroom
The City is providing free, public handwashing stations and free, portable bathrooms.
City services during the coronavirus outbreak
San Franciscans are required to stay home except for essential needs. Essential government services are operating.
Find out about emergency child care centers
Beginning Monday March 16, our public libraries and rec centers will care for children of parents on the front lines of the COVID-19 outbreak and low-income families.
Visit parks safely
The City is keeping parks and trails open. It has closed most other recreational facilities and programs.
Check if your business is essential
During the coronavirus outbreak most businesses in San Francisco must close. See what businesses can operate.
Coronavirus safety for essential businesses
If your business is open during the coronavirus outbreak, you must follow best practices to keep your patrons and employees safe.
Get City help if your business is affected by the coronavirus outbreak
The City is working on resources to alleviate the pressure that employers are facing as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Get reimbursed for paying your SF staff for extra sick time
Workers and Families First will fund 5 extra days of sick leave during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Find income replacement options during coronavirus
The City is making resources available for certain groups. Find out how to qualify.
Mayor Breed issued an Executive Order for a temporary moratorium on evictions for nonpayment of rent for tenants impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.
Read previous text alerts about coronavirus
See all of the text alerts that the City has sent about the coronavirus outbreak.
City services: What's open
COVID-19 and people experiencing homelessness
No power and water shut-offs due to late payments
Living with roommates, family, and other folks
Visitors and non-essential staff are limited from SF hospitals
Information for food and restaurant workers
Guidance for medical providers who work with substance users