San Francisco Releases Its Own Four-Phase Reopening Plan Starting June 1st

By kmvq on May 29, 2020
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – SEPTEMBER 04: California state senator Scott Wiener (L) and California assembly member Susan Eggman (R) look on as San Francisco mayor London Breed speaks during a news conference to show support for safe injection sites within city limits at HealthRIGHT 360 on September 4, 2018 in San Francisco, California. San Francisco mayor London Breed joined local and state lawmakers in supporting Assembly Bill 186 which would allow safe injection sites in San Francisco. The bill, authored by state assemblymemeber Susan Eggman and state senator Scott Wiener, creates a 3-year pilot program for supervised drug consumption programs. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Mayor London Breed reviled San Francisco’s own plan on reopening during a press conference Thursday afternoon. Breed states that all dates are tentative; the pace of reopening can either accelerate or decelerate based on the city’s five indicators for reopening Here’s the breakdown (courtesy of SFGate):

Phase 2A: June 1

– Child care

– Botanical gardens

– Outdoor museums and historical sites

– Outdoor curbside retail for services with minimal contact

Phase 2B: June 15

– Most indoor retail

– Outdoor dining

– Summer camps

– Sports with no fans

– Private household indoor services

– Religious services

– Outdoor exercise classes

– Non-emergency medial appointments

Phase 2C: July 13

– Indoor dining

– Hair salons and barbershops

– Real estate open houses

Phase 3: Mid-August

– Schools

– Bars

– Nail salons, tattoo parlors and massage parlors

– Gyms

– Swimming pools

– Playgrounds

– Indoor museums

Phase 4: To be determined

– Concert venues

– Nightclubs

– Festivals

– Hotels and lodging for leisure and tourism

The plan does not impact other Bay Area counties that are currently under similar shelter-in-place orders. Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties have not released reopening plans to this point. London Breed stated starting Friday, that it’ll be mandatory for individuals to wear masks whenever they leave their homes and interact with people other than their household. She also added that businesses have the right to turn away any individuals not wearing masks, but asked that individuals not confront non-mask-wearers.


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