Here are list of resources for San Francisco resident's during the COVID-19 crisis:
- Mayor London Breed ordered a moratorium on all coronavirus related evictions (evictions due to loss of income due to covid-19) for 30 days but can be extended.
- Grocery stores and pharmacies will remain open so there is no need to jam stores or hoard items.
- Those engaged in or requiring essential services can continue their tasks while practicing good sanitation habits and social distancing.
- Exercising out-of-doors at our local parks while practicing social distancing is good for the body and mind.
- If you are able to offer assistance, or need assistance, two of the organizations that may help now are Meals on Wheels and San Francisco-Marin Community Food Bank.
- Here’s a link to existing services for businesses and workers including loans
- San Francisco schools are closed during this time. A list of pick-up sites for food and schedules is available here.
- San Francisco-Marin Food Bank also provides free food assistance to families and individuals through its network of food pantries and soup kitchens.
Reminders for those who live and/or work in San Francisco:
- Individuals who work in San Francisco have rights to paid sick leave.
- California’s State Resources for Employers and Workers includes waiving the 1 week waiting period for unemployment and disability insurance.
- You can support San Francisco’s small businesses by ordering take-out, purchasing gift cards now, and shopping online.
- Recommendations from the San Francisco Department of Public Health can be found here along with up-to-date coronavirus news and information.
- Residents can also call 311 for information or can sign up for the city's alert service for official updates by texting COVID19SF to 888-777.