Ellen Reed San Francisco United States of Ame
MARKS WAS DRAWN ON GROUND TO PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING IN DOLORES PARK, SAN FRANCISCO
A photograph shows social distancing circles drawn on ground at San Francisco's Dolores Park.
Because of the coronavirus disease outbreak this was popular in many parks across the world.
It is a way to enjoy the outdoor activities while still going to practice social distance for visitors who come.
San Francisco registered more than twenty-one hundred reports of coronavirus as of Wednesday afternoon, and thirty-seven fatalities.
SAN FRANCISCO LOOKS AT THE POTENTIAL PARK DURING PANDEMIC FOR SAFE HOMELESS ENCAMPMENTS
The authorities in San Fran are now collating a list of preferred locations during the disease outbreak for more sanctioned homeless camps.
The program involves property that is controlled by the Rec and Park Department of the community.
The project is part of a negotiation between the overseer behind the notion and the parks head of the department.
In a statement, Phil Ginsberg said he knows the significance of working with the board to identify additional sites for good sleeping sites on Rec and Parkland that do not tamper with the public during this global pandemic, which is the key access to outdoor.
Once it was presented, the draft emergency regulation received a lot of negative feedback from park visitors but the manager of a nature education initiative in San Francisco endorsed the bill and still thinks the solution is a positive one.
Supervisor opposed the contentious emergency order implemented only a few weeks ago after the Rec and Park Department general manager promised to assemble a list of possible locations for approved homeless camps by July 6.
THE CITY'S LOOSENING LOCK DOWN COULD RENDER STREET MORE UNSAFE
Street safety advocacy groups cautioned local authorities on Thurs that without initiative, a spike in road accidents could come as corona virus constraints loosened.
Walk S.F, a pedestrian safety advocacy organization, has called on the Municipal Transportation Agency of San Francisco to quickly implement safety precautions to organize for a greater traffic volume come back. Most businesses in San Francisco will be permitted to exist curbside pick-ups from next week, which will bring in more citizens to the crowding the streets.
"More citizens going to stroll, cycling, and biking.," said Jodie Medeiros, executive director of Stroll SF. "We also want to ensure that SF-MTA talks of such low-cost, tested options that we can easily bring in while people move around safely."
Calming initiatives involve restricting exits on traffic signals, adding bumpers to limit speed on lane changes, and drawing warning lines for cars and pedestrians at intersections along the high accident corridor network of the Region. Highways such as South Van Ness Avenue make up seventy-five percent of average accidents.
A MAN BLOCKADED THE HOTEL AND THREATEN THE PEOPLE
A man blockaded the hotel at S.F and threatening citizens.
The hotel is located in the upper commercial district, on Valencia streets.
The details about the incident are not yet disclosed but sources told that city police there handling the situation.
The hotel is home to homeless citizens of San Francisco and quarantined due to the corona virus.
This is uncertain at this point if anybody has been harmed.
DRIVE-IN CINEMAS RESTART IN THE BAY-AREA WITH UPDATED REGULATIONS IN THE LIGHT OF THE RECENT CORONA VIRUS DISEASE OUTBREAK
Owing to the novel corona virus disease outbreak, the cinemas are already locked, but several Bay Region ride-in theaters are restarting.
Unlike conventional movie theaters where movie goers sits under a hall next to each other, drive-in cinema offer a separated atmosphere ideal for watching a movie from the safety of your car, particularly in a period of disease outbreak when maintaining your space is important.
On its webpage, West Wind Drive-In Theaters revealed that they are restarting Four of their theaters throughout California, including 2 in the Bay Area.
The theaters in San Jose, Antioch, Sacramento and Glendale to restart come with "rigid" guidelines on their Fb page which the group stated.
"We're available but with Firm restrictions!!" the message was written on May Five. "If you're ill, stay at home!" People have to wait in their vehicles at all hours except for using the bathroom.
RULES AND GUIDELINES:
1-For any cause you will wear a face mask while going out of your vehicle.
2-You can not park your vehicle within another car inside Ten meters.
3-Small number of individuals in the toilet at one time except for adults with babies.
4-Customers who do not comply by such laws are asked to leave.
A TWITTER EMPLOYEE DIED IN A FIRING IN SAN FRANCISCO
A twenty-two-year-old Twitter worker who was seriously wounded in an attack at Mission District in San fransisco on Fri night died of his wounds on Monday, police reported.
Partners named the individual as Courtney Rousseau who was shot just after eight o'clock by a gunfire. In the field of sayed Fourteen and Guerrero.
A seventeen-year-old boy also appeared from the incident at a medical facility with wounds but according to investigators, his injuries were not life-threatening.
Rousseau graduated from the University of California at Berkeley and became a staff member at Twitter.
He posted on Twitter moments before the attack, stating, "I just had a wonderful burrito in Dolores Park and it all seemed good for a fleeting second." Other citizens, including community officials, posted on social media voicing grief about the incident.
The perpetrators were identified by authorities as 2 people in their twenties who got out of their car and started firing. There were no charges in the incident which is currently under review.
DURING NICE WEATHER THE CITIZENS ARE GATHERED IN PUBLIC PLACES BUT SHELTER AT PLACE ORDER IS STILL IN EFFECT
It is the stay at home order's 7th weekend owing to the corona virus disease outbreak. State and local leaders in the Bay Area agree that shelter at place order is always important to decline the slope, although it's becoming harder to do for others.
To Roxanne Rojas from Oakland, 7 weeks at home was a long period, and she is not alone. Lake Merrit was packed with Sat people sunbathing & doing yoga.
"The reservoir is one of the few areas we will come to since there are parks locked," Rojas told.
The lake felt a lot like before the corona virus situation last weekend, with no emotional distancing happening. That notice by the mayor to send an alert to take a break to the public places like these.
Officers in Oakland were duty-bound to avoid such broad reunions.
Nonetheless, others say trends are shifting.
"There's a lot of noise and men," Oakland-based Lucky Thompson stated.
DUE TO CORONA EFFECT ON ECONOMY THE FAMOUS RESTAURANT OF SAN FRANCISCO IS CLOSING
Businesses & eateries either board for good or fall to do so because of corona virus economic effects. The local restaurant chain named The Grove in SF declared the closing of their place in Hayes-Valley.
The founder told us they have agreed to completely shutter the cafe in Hayes Valley. Bank of the country has refused to request a mortgage we applied for to support for their company going — so it will take weeks to apply again.
Rich Mironov resides in Hayes-Valley, just above The Grove.
"It is very heart breaking to see it, it was a spot in the region," Mironove told.
He doesn't believe that would do anything for those currently trying to relax safety regulations for establishments to be at Fifty percent capacity.
"It's hard enough for establishments to make it with the lease and salaries etc," Mironove said.
NEW PROPOSAL COULD EVENTUALLY SHUT
A JUVENILE HALL IN SAN FRANCISCO
A majority of SF Supervisors are seeking to shutdown the city's juvenile jail, claiming it makes "social & economic impact." Tues at the board conference, they are proposing bills that will shutter the one hundred and fifty-bed prison.
Any two hundred protesters assembled outside of City Hall for a protest to close down the Diamond Heights 150-bed facility on Tuesday.
6 of 11 supervisors from San Francisco also announced their approval for a plan to be proposed at the Board conference on Tuesday.
It is a way that will shut the center while deploying a taskforce for juvenile offenders to put up with safe & positive solutions.
As a young fellow, Manager Shaman Walton was imprisoned for robbery & other felonies in a juvenile detention center. He says his life alterations were all made through mentorships.
"Learning access, standard after school activities, it's never been in the detention hall most of the money," he added.
Youth organizer Fernando Mandrell, who spent time in SF prison for theft when he was thirteen, was among the attendees on Tues.
"I was stuck in my jail for a single month. A continuous month. 30 mint out in the morn. 30 mint out in the evening time," says Mandrill.He claimed he had become furious and discouraged by the imprisonment.
PEOPLE RALLY IN FRONT OF SAN FRANCISCO CITY HALL
Demonstrators upset with continued stay at home directives in California related to the new corona virus disease outbreak are rallying at least Eleven communities across the state.
Beginning at midday Friday, thousands of demonstrators assembled outside the Sacramento State Capitol. Some of them could be seen standing together tightly, without wearing masks/face coverings. As participants yelled from megaphones they applauded and raised American flags.
San Francisco City Hall was planning yet another such rally. The community decided to build a "gridlock circle" with vehicles on the streets surrounding City Hall and hold a walking rally out in front of them.