Resources for Businesses and Employees Impacted by COVID-19
RESOURCES FOR BUSINESSES AND EMPLOYEES IMPACTED BY COVID-19
VACCINES ARE HERE BUT SUPPLIES ARE LIMITED: COVID-19 vaccine info for San Francisco
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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- 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.
3/2 - San Francisco reopens some businesses and activities as it moves into the State's Red Tier
2/24 - SF moves to Phase 1B of COVID-19 vaccinations, expands eligibility to educators, child care, emergency services, food and agriculture workers
2/22 - Mayor Breed announces $2.5 million expansion of the African American small business revolving loan fund
2/19 - Mayor Breed announces free transportation on Muni to and from COVID-19 vaccination sites
2/18 - Mayor Breed and City Administrator Carmen Chu appoint Vallie Brown as Director of Grants for the Arts