SF72 Blog

Don’t Be a Super Bowl Super Spreader

February 5, 2021
Image of snacks and remote control as part of COVID-19 safety messaging for Super Bowl.

Have a super Super Bowl, San Francisco. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, watching the big game needs to be a little different this year, but it doesn’t need to be less exciting. Here are some tips to thrill to the game with others while staying safe from COVID-19.

Celebrate Inauguration Day at Home and Online

January 18, 2021

As we move toward Inauguration Day, let’s dedicate ourselves to stopping the spread of COVID-19. At this pivotal moment in our nation’s history, you may feel compelled to gather with others to express your views and share your commitment to strengthening our democracy. However, COVID-19 is circulating in our community and we are under the State’s Regional Stay Home Order. It is best to participate in the inauguration at home with those you live with and with others virtually through social media or video streaming.

Be on the Lookout for COVID-19 Vaccine Scams

January 5, 2021
Collage of two images promoting awareness of COVID-19 related scams.

City, State, or Federal government staff may call you to ask questions regarding COVID-19. They will only ask health and public safety-related questions. It is crucial that you help them in their efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19. It is also important that you don’t give your personal information to crooks who pretend to be legitimate.

Spread Holiday Cheer, Not COVID-19

December 23, 2020
Collage containing three images of safe holiday celebration.

Happy Holidays, San Francisco. Due to the alarming surge in COVID-19 cases, celebrating will need to be a little different this year, but it doesn’t need to radiate less joy or express less love.

When You Gather, You Gamble Everyone’s Health

December 7, 2020

You might call members of different households a pod, but that doesn’t make you safe. Even if they are your members of your own family.

We recently heard the story of family members from two separate households who decided to call themselves a pod and consider it safe to all get together. One family member began to experience a few COVID-19 symptoms but figured it was just seasonal allergies and went about things normally.