San Francisco residents should brace more severe coronavirus restrictions, Mayor London Breed said Tuesday.The warning coincided with reports that Breed had dined at the upscale French Laundry restaurant in Napa County last month, according to reports. Breed said rising COVID-19 cases in recent weeks could lead to stricter restrictions in San Francisco on gatherings, reduced capacity in public areas, and mandatory quarantines after traveling, FOX 2 of the Bay Area reported.“We’ve been worried for months, but now it’s real,” Breed said. “The truth is we’re going to have to take more restrictive action and it pains me to say that.”SAN FRANCISCO MAYOR LONDON BREED ATTENDED FRENCH LAUNDRY PARTY THE NIGHT AFTER GAVIN NEWSOM San Francisco Mayor London Breed speaks outside City Hall in San Francisco on June 1, 2020. (Associated Press) The warning by Breed came after she joined seven others at the Napa Valley restaurant on Nov. 7 to celebrate the 60th birthday of socialite Gorretti Lo Lui, a spokesman for the mayor told the San Francisco Chronicle.Their dining area was in a partially enclosed room with a ceiling and chandelier – just like Gov. Gavin Newsom’s widely criticized birthday dinner at the restaurant a day earlier, reports said.Breed on Tuesday said a ban on


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