SF Allows Outdoor Gatherings of Up to 12 People
Posted By kcubas on June 19, 2020
The mayor announced new guidelines that allow for outdoor fitness classes, yoga, religious events along with “small gatherings”
Mayor London Breed announced on June 15th that San Francisco moves to the next phase of reopening which include not only indoor retail opening (50% capacity limit) but also outdoor fitness classes, outdoor religious gatherings and other “small gatherings” of up to 12 people as long as face coverings and social distancing is adhered to.
– Outdoor fitness classes (up to 12 people) with social distancing
– Religious gatherings and ceremonies, outdoors only (up to 12 people), with face coverings and social distancing
– Other small gatherings, outdoors only (up to 12 people), with face coverings and social distancing
– Outdoor dining including restaurants and bars serving meals with a limit of six customers per table unless all are members of the same household (effective June 12)
– Dog walking of multiple dogs (effective June 8)
SHOPPING / RETAIL
– Indoor retail with 50% capacity limits (enclosed malls with the approved plan)
– All curbside retail with direct street access with no limit on the number of on-site personnel, subject to social distancing, and with direct street access (enclosed malls with the approved plan)
– Professional sports games, tournaments, and other entertainment for broadcast with no in-person spectators. Events with more than 12 people must have an approved plan.
– All manufacturing, warehouse, and logistics with no limit on the number of on-site personnel, subject to social distancing– Some offices. Anyone who can telework must continue to do so, but individuals necessary for operations who cannot work remotely may come into the office as long as certain safety rules are followed. These include wearing a face covering and limiting the number of people who can be in the office at one time.
– Summer camps with stable groups of up to 12.
– Non-emergency medical appointments
– All private indoor household services like cooks and house cleaners
Safety protocols and public health requirements remain necessary to protect the health and wellbeing of all San Franciscans.