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Talking to kids about the coronavirus (COVID-19)

March 12, 2020

Just like most adults, children are hearing news about coronavirus (COVID-19) through social media, television and their schools. It can be especially daunting for them to hear information without the right context or explanation. While San Francisco responds to the coronavirus in our city, talk to your children about the virus to help them better understand what’s going on. It can help manage their fears about getting sick and help them, and you, stay aware.

Here are some tips and language you can use to talk to your children about the virus:

Hoja de información sobre el coronavirus

March 5, 2020

Información sobre el coronavirus

Manténgase informado sobre el coronavirus (COVID-19 o nuevo coronavirus) y tenga en cuenta esta importante información.

Consejos para protegerse a sí mismo y a los demás:

1) Lávese las manos frecuentemente con agua y jabón, mínimo durante 20 segundos.

2) Tápese la boca con el brazo cuando tosa o estornude.

3) Quédese en casa si está enfermo.

冠狀病毒資料便覽

March 5, 2020

新型冠狀病毒安全信息

保持通訊順暢,及時掌握「新型冠狀病毒」的最新資訊,並採取措施保護他人和自己的安全。

保護他人及自己的健 康須知
1) 勤用肥皂及清水洗手並確保搓手至少20秒
2) 咳嗽或打噴嚏時要手掩口鼻
3) 生病時應留在家中
4) 接種流感疫苗預防流感或其它類似新型冠狀病毒

我是否需要戴口罩 或取消社交活動?
目前並不建議佩戴口罩或取消你的社交活動。 若你出現發燒或咳嗽等症狀,你可佩戴口罩以防止將病菌傳播給他人。口罩不能取代洗手。

保持通訊順暢
及時掌握新型冠狀病毒的最新資訊,請瀏覽網站

San Francisco Rejects Xenophobia and Discrimination

February 6, 2020

*** JOINT STATEMENT ***

The novel (new) coronavirus has been declared a global health emergency and a national health emergency in the United States. This is a serious and rapidly developing situation, affecting thousands of people worldwide.

Impormasyon tungkol sa Coronavirus

February 2, 2020

Impormasyon tungkol sa Coronavirus

Mayroong paglaganap ng bagong sakit na tinatawag na “novel coronavirus” sa lungsod ng Wuhan, China na nag-umpisa noong Disyembre 2019. Mabilis ang pagbabago ng balita tungkol sa isyu na ito. Dapat manatili kayong may impormasyon upang manatiling ligtas.

Coronavirus Fact Sheet

January 26, 2020

Stay home except for essential needs

On Monday March 16, San Francisco with Health Officers from the Bay Area announced a Public Health Order that requires residents to stay home except for essential needs. This starts on March 17.

What to do 

The City issued a Public Health Order requiring people to stay home except for essential needs.

Keep Your New Year’s (Preparedness) Resolutions Going!

January 22, 2020

As we get into the groove of the 2020’s we hope your new year’s resolutions’ resolve is still going strong. And even if you are slowing down a bit, not to worry: Tomorrow is a new day and just pick up where you left off.

How to Use Sandbags

January 15, 2020

Wet weather is expected in San Francisco and could cause localized flooding in flood-prone areas of the City (for updated forecast, visit  forecast.weather.gov). While the City agencies prepare for the rain, all residents and businesses owners who live or work in low lying and flood prone areas are encouraged to use sand bags to prevent flooding from entering their homes and businesses. The San Francisco Department of Public Works will provide San Francisco residents and businesses up to 10 free sandbags leading up to and during severe rainstorms.

Cold and wet weather safety tips

November 26, 2019

Our first wet and cold weather event of the season is upon us. The National Weather Service is forecasting cold temperatures and rain from Tuesday November 26th – Sunday December 1st  While this is the first event of the season, there will be more in the near future, so now is the time to be prepared (see below for how to be safe and prepared during inclement weather).