Erin Allday

San Francisco Chronicle

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Health reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle.

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To try to curb COVID-19, the Bay Area has ordered a “shelter-in-place” policy for the next three weeks. This affects 7 million residents.

San Francisco enforces ‘shelter-in-place,’ but you can still walk, run and hike

To try to curb COVID-19, the Bay Area has ordered a “shelter-in-place” policy for the next three weeks. This affects 7 million residents.

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