NEWS as of 4/1/20 from District 8 Supervisor Mandelman's Office:
We want to be sure you and your businesses are all aware of a new requirement contained in the extended Shelter in Place order that applies to "essential" businesses that are continuing to operate. By Friday April 3, these businesses are required to fill out a Social Distancing Protocol form (https://sf.gov/…/Appendix%20A%20-%20Social%20Distancing%20P…) and post it up at the business entrance and provide it to their employees. I doubt this will be a priority for enforcement, but want to help all our businesses who are remaining open right now stay in compliance with the rules so we don't have any issues down the line.
Here's the latest info on essential business operations under the extended order:
https://sf.gov/check-if-your-business-essential and https://sf.gov/coronavirus-safety-essential-businesses
Thank you, and stay well everyone!
SF OEWD links for businesses and employees:
SF OEWD Worker and Families First Paid Sick Leave Program FAQs
California Public Utilities Commission
Utility Consumer Protections During California COVID-19 Outbreak
SF paid sick leave for businesses
From Supervisor Rafael Mandelman
Here are the best ways to stay up to date on the City’s current information and guidance:
Sign up for text alerts by texting COVID19SF to phone number 888-777
Visit sf.gov/coronavirus for one-stop City resources and information
Visit sf.gov/stay-home-except-essential-needs for FAQs on the Shelter in Place order. These are updated daily as clarifications become available.
Visit www.sfdph.org for up-to-date information on the public health situation
Call 311 for specific questions or concerns
The City has also provided an Outreach Toolkit for Coronavirus. This page includes links to various flyers, posters, and videos in multiple languages that may be used by residents to print and post or share via social media and other networks. These resources will be updated as needed, and represent the official City advice on topics like social distancing and sheltering in place. Please note that we highly recommend distributing on social media or taping up posters rather than handing out printed materials person-to-person.
from Jake Schwartz at Pacific Crest Law: