Resources for Businesses and Employees Impacted by COVID-19
RESOURCES FOR BUSINESSES AND EMPLOYEES IMPACTED BY COVID-19
Welcome. If you work or manage a business in San Francisco and have been impacted by COVID-19, we are here to help with information and resources, so please check back often. This page is updated daily.
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As health indicators continue to move in the right direction, the State and City are continuing to work on reopening our economy. San Francisco’s Economic Recovery Task Force is charged with working with the Mayor and City departments to help guide these efforts. Check out their latest presentation.
- Reopening Status and Guidance by Business Type
- Programs and Announcements
- General Operating Requirements for Open Businesses
Our guiding principles in responding to the COVID-19 emergency are to help sustain and revive San Francisco businesses and workers by continuing to deliver resources that:
- fill gaps left by more significant state and federal aid programs,
- focus on the most vulnerable, and
- build a resilient and equitable future.
We are tracking all new federal and state legislation and updating information daily.
Free PPE for Small Businesses * AVAILABLE (while supplies last) *
Free COVID-19 Testing * EXPANDED *
Guidance for Commercial Eviction Moratorium * EXTENDED *
Use trusted resources to stay up-to-date with accurate COVID-19 information:
✺ Check if your business is essential
✺ Full instructions for staying at home
✺ Speaker Pelosi's Constituent Service Resource Toolkit
✺ Information about City services during the outbreak
✺ Tips for getting around safely
✺ The San Francisco COVID-19 Data Tracker provides up-to-date health data
To receive updates, text COVID19SF to 888-777.
10/1 - San Francisco Economic Recovery Task Force releases final report
9/29 - San Francisco to move forward with reopening more businesses and activities on September 30
9/29 - Mayor Breed announces extension of Commercial Eviction Moratorium to November 30 Learn More
9/25 - Mayor Breed announces program for outdoor entertainment and amplified sound as part of City's reopening