San Francisco Reopens Businesses and Activities as of June 15th, 2021
In nearly full alignment with the State's Beyond the Blueprint Framework
As of 12:01 am on Tuesday, June 15, San Francisco will implement the Safer Return Together Order to fully reopen in alignment with the State’s Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings and its Beyond the Blueprint for Industry and Business Sectors framework in all instances other than small additional local requirements specific to mega events and high-risk institutional settings. With the exception of schools, childcare, out-of-school-time programs and guidance regarding isolation and quarantine, San Francisco’s local health directives guiding business behavior will be rescinded. This full reopening is possible because of San Francisco’s unparalleled 80% vaccination rate and corresponding extremely low case rate of 1.5 per 100,000.
While restrictions are lifted, not all Treasure Island-based businesses and activities will be returning to full operation and capacity immediately. Please direct any inquiries about the hours of service or operations of an on-Island business, activity or sports field league to that business or agency directly for the best reliable information.
"San Francisco has come together like never before over the last year to confront this pandemic and protect public health, including an incredible effort to get the vaccine widely distributed in this city,” said Mayor London Breed. “We have made real and necessary sacrifices, but now, with 80% of our eligible residents vaccinated, we can safely move forward with lifting restrictions on June 15. COVID is not gone, and those who still need the vaccine should get it as soon as possible, but we are in a much better place. I know we have our challenges, but I’m optimistic about our recovery and what lies ahead for our city.”
The Safer Return Together Order aligns with the California Department of Public Health Beyond the Blueprint framework to remove capacity limits on business and other sectors, local physical distancing requirements, and many other previous health and safety restrictions. Businesses are no longer required to prepare and post social distancing protocols or in most instances submit health and safety plans; nor are they urged to encourage employees to work remotely. Under the State’s recently updated Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings, vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear facial coverings in most indoor or any outdoor settings, while unvaccinated individuals must continue to wear masks indoors.
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