San Francisco Reopens Indoor Dining, Gyms As Coronavirus Cases Drop

Residents will be able to enjoy many indoor and outdoor activities for the first time in months, including dining, movie theaters, amusement parks and recreational sports.
Little Italy neighborhood of San Francisco, July 2020. The city will relax coronavirus restrictions Wednesday, including the reopening of indoor dining and fitness facilities. Source: Daniel Slim

For the first time since a late fall spike of COVID-19 infections, San Francisco will allow indoor dining and, gyms, movie theaters and museums to open to the public Wednesday morning.

Mayor London Breed and Grant Colfax, San Francisco Director of Health, announced the easing of coronavirus restrictions.

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