San Francisco Shelters in Place During COVID-19 Starting Tuesday March 17 2020

San Francisco Courtesy of SouthOCBeaches.com
San Francisco Courtesy of SouthOCBeaches.com

San Francisco Shelters in Place during the COVID-19 Pandemic starting on Tuesday March 17 2020.

A legal order has been issued for residents to shelter in place and leave only for essential needs beginning Tuesday March 17 2020 at 12:01am thru Tuesday April 7 2020.

SouthOCBeaches is trying their best to bring you any and all updates/revisions/corrections as soon as the information becomes available.

The virus that causes Coronavirus 2019 Disease (“COVID-19”) is easily transmitted, especially in group settings, and it is essential that the spread of the virus be slowed to protect the ability of public and private health care providers to handle the influx of new patients and safeguard public health and safety.
Because of the risk of the rapid spread of the virus, and the need to protect all members of the community and the Bay Area region, especially including community members most vulnerable to the virus and also health care providers, this Order requires all individuals anywhere in San Francisco to shelter in place—that is, stay at home—except for certain essential activities and work to provide essential business and government services or perform essential public infrastructure construction, including housing.

San Francisco Public Health Shelter in Place Regions

Alameda County
Contra Costa County
Marin County
San Francisco County
San Mateo County
Santa Clara County
City of Berkeley

San Francisco Shelter In Place Open & Closed
San Francisco Public Health COVID-19 Shelter in Place PSA March 2020

San Francisco Public Transportation

BART will Operate Normal Service with Social Distancing

MUNI Will Operate and Suspend Some Services
Financial District Express Service is Suspended
Cable Cars E and F Lines is Suspended and being replaced with Bus Shuttles

Cal Train
Cal Train will continue to run its 55 local and limited trains— runs that take 25 to 35 minutes longer than the Baby Bullets to make the trip from San Jose to San Francisco.
Baby Bullet Express Service between San Jose’s Diridon Station and the 4th and Townsend station in San Francisco is Suspended.

Golden Gate Transit
Marin County agency will reduce bus and ferry service between Marin County and San Francisco

San Francisco Additional Resources

San Francisco Public Health COVID-19 Information is Online

California Department of Public Health (COVID-19) Information is Online

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (COVID-19) Information is Online

San Francisco Public Health Shelter in Place Order Is Online

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