Seven counties across California, including San Francisco, moved into a less restrictive tier this week in Gov. Gavin Newsom’s reopening plan. Indoor dining can resume at 25% capacity, stores can welcome more customers, and movie theaters and gyms can reopen. More counties, including LA, could leave the purple (most restrictive) tier in the coming weeks. But public health officials warn that reopening too quickly could undo the progress we’ve made.
Is California reopening too fast?
From this Episode:
San Francisco moves to red tier, Texas and other states drop masks. Is reopening now a good idea?
Seven counties across California, including San Francisco, moved into a less restrictive tier this week in Gov. Gavin Newsom’s reopening plan.
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