SomBa News:

The South of Market Business Association is a nonprofit organization working to promote South of Market as a vital place to live, work, visit and do business. SomBa mobilizes businesses, residents, community groups and government representatives to identify priorities, challenges and solutions to maintain a strong and vibrant community.

Mayor Breed announced a delay in the re-opening of businesses scheduled to re-open next Monday, June 29, 2020.  San Francisco is pausing reopening of businesses and activities previously planned for this coming Monday, June 29, due to increased caseload of Covid.  Paused:

Business Types
•Hair salons and barbershops
•Nail salons
•Tattoo and body piercing studios
•Outdoor bars
•Massage establishments

Culture and Recreation
•Indoor museums
•Zoos and aquariums
•Outdoor swimming pools

There is no change to businesses and activities currently allowed under prior reopening phases.  Click the pic or here for the current timeline.  Also please note the new Face Covering Rules.

SFCDMA on behalf of SomBa has created a list of those Essential Businesses still operating during the pandemic.  To join the list or to search it, click below:

San Francisco Hardship Emergency Loan Program has launched, click on SF HELP.

San Francisco’s $10 Million Small Business Relief Fund to Support Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19:

Effective from March 17, 2020, San Francisco with Health Officers from the Bay Area announced a Public Health Order that requires residents to stay home except for essential needs. SF’s Stay Home Website.

For Businesses and Employees Impacted by Covid-19, click here for San Francisco’s Resources!

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