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Give2SF Funds Older Adults, Undocumented San Franciscans, and Small Businesses
The Fund has received approximately $10.5 million in contributions and pledges from foundations and individual donors, and is accepting additional donations.
City Provides Reduced-Cost Essential Rides to Older Adults and Adults with Disabilities
The Essential Trip Card provides two to three round trips per month at 20% of the cost of a regular taxi fare.
City Announces Food Access Initiative in Response to COVID-19
Call Center will provide those who are COVID-19-positive or awaiting test results with food deliveries while they are in isolation or quarantine.
CIty Launches Volunteer Program to Support Older Adults and Adults with Disabilities
The program matches volunteers with older adults and others who need assistance getting groceries, medications, and other essential goods.
The City Opens New Shelter at Moscone Center in Response to COVID-19
Moscone Center West will provide more social distancing space for those currently living in City shelters and Navigation Centers.
Three New Drive-Thru/Drop-In COVID-19 Testing Sites for Health Workers and People with Referrals
Those prioritized for testing include critical first responders, health workers, and people with a clinician referral.
New Public Health Order Requiring Residents Stay at Home Except for Essential Needs
The Order is effective as of midnight on Tuesday, March 17th and is effective until April 7th, 2020, or until it is extended.
The City Provides Paid Sick Leave for Workers Impacted by Coronavirus
This plan provides $10 million for businesses to offer an additional five days of sick leave pay to workers beyond their existing policies.
The City Announces Moratorium on Evictions Related to COVID-19 Pandemic
Order will go into effect immediately to prevent evictions of any resident who suffers a loss of income related to COVID-19.
The City Converts Public Libraries, Recreation Facilities to Emergency Child Care Centers
Facilities will be closed to the public and will provide child care to the children of health care workers and low-income families.
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