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Bright Star Pilates studio is now open at 493 Sanchez St. (at 18th St.), formerly Unionmade men's store.
San Francisco and six other Bay Area counties will require masks again, even if you’re fully vaccinated, at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday.
Starting Tuesday, the site of the Alemany Farmers’ Market will be the newest free coronavirus testing center, with no insurance required.
A Pacifica yoga studio owner is now advertising mask-free indoor yoga classes on social media with hashtags like "#fearfree", "#cowardfree," and "#Trump2020."
The city also provided updates on when places of worship and in-person schooling are likely to return.
Mayor Breed announced a new timeline for reopening, but it "doesn't mean that we, unfortunately, can't pull things back if we see a surge," she said.
Marie France Cesar, who's cut hair on the Divisadero corridor for 19 years, says she was one of its only remaining Black business owners.
Community organizers say the city is failing to consider the Tenderloin a "residential neighborhood," despite containing some of the city's most population-dense blocks.
The new GLIDE-supported COVID-19 test site still has to overcome significant hurdles to make testing and results available to unhoused people and other Tenderloin residents.
The city saw 103 new COVID-19 cases reported on Thursday.
San Francisco now has a total of 749 social-distancing circles across its city parks.
Masks will also now be required in most outdoor scenarios, as well as indoors.
A San Francisco Twitter icon, cheeky Karl has seemingly vanished into the mist.
SF Rec & Park says it installed the circles in anticipation of what's likely to be a sunny, busy Memorial Day weekend for the parks.
Retailers such as bookstores, florists, music and record stores and art supplies stores will be among the first allowed to re-open for storefront pick-up.
The new, modified shelter-in-place order allows some low-risk activities to resume, but does not lay out a timeline for opening crowded outdoor spaces or higher-risk activities.
Can parkgoers sunbathe or picnic at a six-foot remove from one another? Depends on who you ask.
Barber Angel Benitez says he's struggling financially as he waits out his opening day, but he hopes to make something positive out of it.
After surveying her customers, the yoga studio's owner determined that most wouldn't immediately return even after the shelter-in-place is lifted.
Whether sheltering in place or busy with essential work, San Franciscans are making more calls to local mental health support lines, and organizations say they need volunteers and funding to keep up.
Amid criticism of its response to the unhoused population during the COVID-19 outbreak, San Francisco will deploy up to 15 new public toilets and hand washing stations.
In spite of stricter shelter-in-place rules, San Francisco's parks, boulevards and beaches remain crowded with people seeking exercise and fresh air.
Looking to make and donate hand-sewn masks in SF? Here's where to send them — and where to skip for now.
SF's beauty experts have been advising their clients from afar — and are willing to dispense a little free advice to the rest of us.