In San Francisco’s coronavir virus cases, the city has retreated to the state’s most restrictive “purple level,” which signaled new rules starting Monday, Mayor London Breed announced on Twitter on Saturday.
Limited home ordering means that all non-essential indoor businesses will close and members of different households will not be able to gather until 9pm between 5pm and 5pm.
Outdoor dining, indoor retail, indoor personal services and outdoor fitness remain open. Outdoor activities such as zoos, pits and mini golf can be left open.
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Indoor activities, including worship, should cease with exceptions. Funerals for up to 12 people are allowed indoors and up to 200 people for outdoor religious services.
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The city also issued a travel council warning residents not to travel outside the county.
“I don’t know how to be clearer – this is the most dangerous period we have faced in this pandemic. Don’t travel and collect with others, ”Breed tweeted.
“This is the most aggressive wave SF has ever seen. We are currently averaging 118 new cases a day, compared to 73 a day in the first week of November, ”he said. “We had 768 diagnosed cases in the week of November 16, compared to 217 cases diagnosed in the week of October 12.”
California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered a night curfew until Dec. 19 in 41 counties in the “purple” layer until Dec. 19, but that didn’t apply to San Francisco at the time. Purple, i.e. level 1, is the most severe level, indicating that the virus has spread to an area, with more than seven cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
On Friday, Los Angeles County issued a safer home order from Nov. 30 to Dec. 20, which included stricter restrictions on checkouts and gatherings.
Under the new order, residents are asked to stay home “as much as possible” and wear face shields.
Public and private meetings with anyone outside the household are prohibited. Religious services and protests are exempt. Occupancy limits for retail businesses are limited to 35%, to shopping malls to 20%, and to fitness centers to 50%.
Health officials have expressed concern about the Thanksgiving holiday and the breakthrough ahead of the following holidays next month. Nearly 90,000 people in the United States are currently hospitalized with the virus
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The Centers for Disease Control called on Americans to stop traveling during the holiday, but the Department of Transportation and Safety screened more than 3 million people in the weekend before Thanksgiving, the largest weekend since March.