SF CityNow

COVID-19 (formerly termed Novel Coronavirus): San Francisco has zero confirmed cases of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus). If a San Francisco case is confirmed, the Health Department will make an announcement, in cooperation with CDC and California Department of Public Health (CDPH). The City has no plans to cancel public events. Learn more: San Francisco Department of Public Health does not recommend cancelling public events bulletin

Anyone who has recently been to Wuhan and develops a fever and lower respiratory symptoms, such as a cough or shortness of breath, should first call their doctor or health care provider and share their travel history before visiting. Stay up to date with the COVID-10 (novel coronavirus) by visiting cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/summary.html. Scroll down (below map) for the San Francisco Department of Public Health Fact Sheet about the virus. 

三藩市並無確診的新型冠狀病毒病例。 若三藩市出現確診病例, 衛生局會公佈,,並會
與 CDC 以及加州公共衛生局 (CDPH)合作。

若到過武漢旅遊後感到身體不適…
任何最近曾去過武漢的人士,如出現發燒以及下呼吸道感染等症狀,例如咳嗽或氣喘,應首先致電自己的醫生或醫療服務提供者,並應在前往診所前告知醫生自己近期的旅遊記錄。
及時掌握最新的新型冠狀病毒資訊,請瀏覽網站 cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/summary.html

Winter Weather: Winter weather season is here. Know how to be prepared for both wet and cold weather. Be sure to check on those who may be vulnerable to inclement weather.For wet weather, visit sf72.org/hazard/severe-storms. For cold weather, visit sf72.org/hazard/cold-weather

Emergency Alerts: Text your zip code to 888-777 or visit alertsf.org.