Tag: #COVID

Keeping Small Businesses Booming As Economy Reshapes

The Covid Business Collapse Globally, the pandemic had a devastating impact on businesses cutting across all industries. The majority of the leading revenue-earning industries experienced...

San Francisco Board Of Supervisors Introduce Rent Relief Proposal

SAN FRANCISCO—A new proposal was presented on Wednesday, May 26 by San Francisco Board of Supervisor Dean Preston, which was voted for approval by...

San Francisco Expands Vaccine Eligibility

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Department of Public Health reported that people who are 16 years of age and older and located in the following...

6,300 People Underdosed At Oakland Coliseum

OAKLAND—On Wednesday, March 3, the California Department of Health said that people who were vaccinated at the Oakland Coliseum may have been underdosed for...

SF Plan To Aid Small Businesses: $62 Million COVID Relief

SAN FRANCISCO—On the morning of January 12, 2020, during a COVID-19 and Vaccine conference, San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced a $62 million relief...

Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccines Arrive At UCSF Amid Pandemic

SAN FRANCISCO—The UCSF Medical Center received its first shipment of 975 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, December 16. The vaccine was...

Joshua Colby Council Arrested For Refusing To Wear Mask On Flight

SAN FRANCISCO—Authorities arrested 44-year-old Joshua Colby Council at the Salt Lake City International Airport after he refused to wear a face mask on a...

NFL Suspends 49ers K’Waun Williams For PEDs Violation

SANTA CLARA—San Francisco 49ers cornerback K’Waun Williams will miss at least the next two games after the NFL suspended him on November 23 for...

San Francisco Mayor Launches ‘We Will Recover’ Campaign

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco Mayor London Breed launched a campaign targeted to help citizens celebrate the holidays safely amidst the Coronavirus pandemic. The ‘We Will Recover’...

San Francisco Faces $116 Million Budget Shortfall

SAN FRANCISCO—On Tuesday, November 10, the San Francisco City Controller’s Office projected a $116 million shortfall due to economic impacts as a result of...
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