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COVID-19 cases are on the decline in San Francisco - The San Francisco Examiner
COVID-19 cases are on the decline in San Francisco
After a recent surge of COVID-19 cases in San Francisco caused by the omicron variant, the number of cases in...
Covid cases decline in San Francisco as hospital peak expected this week - SFBay
The average number of new Covid-19 cases per day is declining in San Francisco after hitting a record high of new cases on Jan. 9 due to the surge caused by the more infectious omicron variant, public health officials announced Thursday.
Overdose deaths decline in San Francisco for the first time in 3 years - The San Francisco Examiner
Overdose deaths decline in San Francisco for the first time in 3 years
For the first time in three years, the number of overdose deaths in San Francisco has gone down, with a..
Overdose deaths decline in San Francisco for first time since 2018 - SFBay
For the first time in three years, the number of overdose deaths in San Francisco has gone down, with a 7 percent decrease in 2021 compared to the previous year, city officials said on Wednesday.
Public Works crews spruce up Chinatown for Lunar New Year - The San Francisco Examiner
Public Works crews spruce up Chinatown for Lunar New Year
Public works crews will be sprucing up San Francisco's Chinatown District over the next few weeks to help usher in...
COVID-19 | London Breed | This Week in California Politics | KQED
COVID-19 Update It's been a week of pandemic record highs across the nation and in California.
San Francisco slashes speed limits to 20 mph in seven corridors - SFBay
Starting this week, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will begin installing new lowered speed limit signage across seven corridors in San Francisco as part of state legislation that took effect Jan. 1, which allows cities more control over setting the speed limit.
SF Residents May Soon Be Able to Visit the Japanese Tea Garden and Conservatory of Flowers Free of Charge
A proposal to bring three attractions in Golden Gate Park under the same umbrella and nonprofit management is moving forward with help from SF Mayor London Breed and it would mean that SF residents could visit all three free of charge.
Mayor proposes free admission to Conservatory of Flowers, Japanese Tea Garden for S.F. residents - The San Francisco Examiner
Mayor proposes free admission to Conservatory of Flowers, Japanese Tea Garden for S.F. residents
She wants visitors to 'explore the natural world and take in our city's natural beauty'
S.F. health care providers must prove timely COVID-19 tests or face fines - The San Francisco Examiner
S.F. health care providers must prove timely COVID-19 tests or face fines
Mayor announces order requiring twice-weekly documentation