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SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA - MAY 20: New social distancing circles are shown at Dolores Park on May 20, 2020 in San Francisco, California. The move follows similar moves by other parks in cities around the world in an effort to get back to some semblance of normalcy. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

SF’s reopening list

Here’s a look at what can open today with safety protocols in place:

–Indoor retail (malls require approved plans)
–All manufacturing, warehouse and logistics with no limit on the number of on-site personnel subject to social distancing
–Non-emergency medical appointments
–All private indoor household services like cooks and house cleaners
–Offices (anyone who can telework must continue to do so except as needed on-site for operations)
–Summer camps with stable groups of up to 12
—Small outdoor gatherings (up to 12 people), including religious services and ceremonies
—Outdoor fitness with social distancing
—Professional sports and other entertainment for broadcast but with no in-person spectators, under approved plans

Outdoor dining opened in the city on Friday.

For more details on modifications to the order and what’s open in San Francisco

https://sf.gov/step-by-step/reopening-san-francisco

Nikki Thomas

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