Confirmed cases of COVID-19 soar, San Francisco will impose a curfew on the evening of the 30th
According to a report by U.S. media on November 28th local time, San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced through social media on the same day that San Francisco will impose a curfew on the evening of next Monday (30th) due to the recent surge in confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Breed said that San Francisco added an average of 118 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 every day this week, which is far higher than the average of 73 new cases in the first week of this month.
The curfew in San Francisco, which will begin next week, will reportedly be from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. every night, and the curfew will continue until December 21. At the same time, from noon on Sunday,
gyms, museums, cinemas and religious places must stop all indoor activities, and retail stores also need to keep the passenger flow below 25%. In addition, schools that have opened face-to-face teaching can continue, and previously unopened schools need to be approved to reopen