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For the first time since a late fall spike of COVID-19 infections, San Francisco will allow indoor dining and, gyms, movie theaters and museums to open to the public Wednesday morning.
Mayor London Breed and Grant Colfax, San Francisco Director of Health, announced the easing of coronavirus restrictions Tuesday.
The changes will allow many businesses that were forced to shut last fall to reopen at some capacity, a news release said.
‘Thanks to everyone in our City acting responsibly and doing their part, we can take another step towards reopening and beginning our recovery,’ Breed said.
Movie theaters may reopen at 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is lower, and without concessions.
California has had the most COVID-19 infections and coronavirus deaths in the United States.
Cases have since continued on a downward trend, and the city has slowly begun to reopen in recent weeks.
‘Nearly a year after our shelter in place order, thanks to our collective actions and commitment to following the health guidelines, we have come through our worst surge since the beginning of the pandemic,’ Colfax said.
As we continue to gradually reopen we need to be aware of the risks and to stay vigilant, especially while vaccines remain limited and the growing presence of more contagious variants pose an increased risk of greater community spread.