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San Francisco To Follow California For Removal Of COVID Restrictions !

San Francisco To Follow State Orders Regarding COVID Restriction Removal

California has decided to remove most of the COVID restrictions starting from June 15. San Francisco will follow the path taken by the state and implement similar changes. Mayor London Breed lauded the people of San Francisco for following the restrictions for over 15 months. Moreover, a huge chunk of the population has taken the vaccine which has further helped in lowering the cases. Furthermore, Breed said, “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.”

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Source: SF Examiner


San Francisco Can Safely Remove Restrictions: London Breed

Breed thinks San Francisco is ready to remove the restrictions because of the high vaccination rate. As per Breed, 80 percent of the eligible population has taken at least one dose of vaccine in SF. This is very impressive with experts saying that the city might have reached herd immunity. Furthermore, she said, “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.”

San Francisco Mayor London Breed
Source: California News Times

Dr. Colfax Asks Remaining San Franciscans To Take Vaccine

Dr. Grant Colfax has asked the people yet to take the vaccine to take the necessary steps to get vaccinated. Moreover, he said, “June 15th is the day that we celebrate our tremendous progress on taking the necessary steps to end the pandemic – by getting vaccinated and continuing to get tested as needed.”


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