San Francisco To Reopen 95% Of Stores Starting Monday


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San Francisco Mayor London Breed is taking major steps to reopen San Francisco. In her daily press conference Mayor Breed announced that beginning Monday roughly 95% of local San Francisco businesses will be given the green light to open.

Shops and stores will be able to open as long as they are located along a street, this means no shopping malls. Businesses must also be able to provide curbside shopping and pick-up for customers. Stores will also be required to mark off six-foot perimeters and make sure people waiting in line are separated. Face masks must also be worn by employees and shoppers.