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From yellow tier to no tiers

Very soon, not wearing a mask will be common. And legal. Photo: ViewApart

On May 20, San Francisco updated its public health direction for the city’s continuation in the yellow tier. This included increased capacity limits at businesses and other gathering places, the dropping of on-site pre-entry health screening, and adjustments to other limits on eating, drinking, and gathering.

Meanwhile, the state is on track for dropping most pandemic restrictions on June 15. Only a few restrictions will remain, such as for very large events, and individual venues and businesses can implement their own restrictions.

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