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Here we go again ~ San Francisco joins other Bay Area counties in lockdown, even before California state requires it.
SF & Bay Area full shutdown begins Sunday Dec. 6, at 10 pm. Outdoor dining, hair salons, gyms, drive in movies, barbershops, zoos, and more personal and recreational services are all required to close 10 pm Sunday night.
Additionally: The regional stay-at-home order prohibits private gatherings of any size, closes sector operations except for critical infrastructure and retail, and requires 100% masking and physical distancing in all others.
Self-Imposed Lockdown Starting Sunday Dec 6 at 10pm (unless otherwise noted)
- San Francisco
- Marin County – Noon Tuesday, December 8.
- Alameda County
- City of Berkeley – 12:01am Monday, December 7
- Contra Costa County
- Santa Clara County
Not Yet – Waiting for State mandate (expected Mid-December)
As of December 3, 2020 the Bay Area has an ICU capacity of 25.3% – Check for updates. If 15% is reached, then the region has 24 hours to institute lockdown
- San Mateo County
- Sonoma County
- Napa County
- Solano County
- Santa Cruz County
- Monterey County
- Personal Services (Hair, nail salons, massages) even outdoor operations required to close
- Outdoor dining (Take out and delivery still allowed)
- Zoos and outdoor museums (Outdoor botanical gardens and historic sites may remain open.)
- Drive in theaters and performances
- Outdoor playgrounds – public playgrounds including climbing structures and walls, slides swings, sand pits, etc. must close.
- Skate parks, roller and ice skating rinks, batting cages, go kart racing and miniature golf must close.
- Open air bus and boat operations
- Indoor gyms. Limited 1:1 personal training within gyms and fitness centers that was allowed under the previous health order must cease
- Outdoor gatherings with more than one household – Small outdoor gatherings, must limit themselves to members of 1 household with a maximum number of 12 people (down from up to three households or no more than 25 people). Face coverings must remain on at all times and no eating or drinking is allowed.
What’s Still Allowed (with restrictions):
- All retail must reduce capacity to 20% including grocery stores
- Hotels can only accept guests for essential workers
- outdoor gyms limited to 12 people
- Golf and tennis allowed.
This is an evolving news story and more updates are expected.
SF Bay Area updates on upcoming events and what's happening now around town.