San Francisco won’t tighten COVID restrictions amid omicron variant: health official

SAN FRANCISCO (Crown) – San Francisco will not tighten any COVID restrictions amid first visit in the country case variable omicron It is revealed in the city.

Health Officer Dr. Grant Colfax said Wednesday that San Francisco is well-equipped to handle the alternative due to high vaccination rates.

“We know how to do this in San Francisco. At this time, we do not expect to change any of our health orders, change any existing restrictions, or impose new restrictions on activity in San Francisco,” Colfax confirmed.

He said we should continue to cover up and get the COVID-19 vaccine or the booster vaccine. Colfax also asked San Franciscans to enjoy the holiday season with their families.

As of October 13, 2021, San Francisco Everyone requires Wearing face masks in indoor public places, with some exceptions if everyone is fully vaccinated.

Specific businesses are also required to obtain proof of vaccination from customers as well as employees – such as places where food and drink is served, gyms and other fitness establishments, and indoor venues for large events.

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