Get tested for COVID-19
Make an appointment to get tested at various locations in San Francisco.
Get housing help during the coronavirus pandemic
Apply for financial help to pay your rent, mortgage, or HOA dues. Information about the eviction moratorium.
Get food resources
Help for people having trouble getting or affording food during the coronavirus pandemic.
Get help for seniors and people with disabilities
Resources for home care, transportation, and community connections during the coronavirus outbreak.
Domestic and family violence resources
Information and resources for individuals and families experiencing domestic violence.
Get LGBTQ community services during the coronavirus outbreak
Rental assistance, legal help, and other resources for LGBTQ youth and community.
Stay healthy during the coronavirus pandemic
Personal hygiene, cleaning, and health tips to prevent COVID-19, especially for older adults.
Stay active during the coronavirus pandemic
You can get exercise outdoors, but return home when you're done.
Get healthcare during the coronavirus outbreak
Use remote healthcare options. Reschedule in-person visits. Do not go to the ER unless you have an emergency.
Get tested: Find out about your COVID-19 testing options
Anyone living or working in San Francisco can get tested for coronavirus at various locations in the City.
Find a public handwashing station or bathroom
The City is providing free, public handwashing stations and free, portable bathrooms.
Be an emergency volunteer
Healthy adults or medical professionals can help the City respond to the coronavirus outbreak.
Donate blood to help the COVID-19 shortage
There is a blood shortage. You may leave your house to donate blood during the Stay Home order.
Give to the City to respond to COVID-19
Make a tax deductible donation to Give2SF COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund.
Donate face shields or fabric face masks
Make face shields or fabric face masks for San Francisco’s first responders and Disaster Service Workers
City services during the coronavirus outbreak
San Franciscans are required to stay home except for essential needs. Essential government services are operating.
Get coronavirus posters and flyers
You can request English, Spanish, Chinese and multi-lingual information to hand out.
Guidance, updates, and resources on how San Francisco is reopening during the coronavirus pandemic.
Business during the coronavirus pandemic
What you need to reopen your business safely. Get loans, grants, and other help for your business.
The City will not shut-off power and water due to late payments, and we will waive interest and penalties.