Dennis Romero2d ago / 11:36 PM UTCSan Francisco imposes new stay-at-home ordersIn a little more than a month’s time the city of San Francisco went from being among the state’s best-performing communities when it comes to Covid-19 cases to yet another city constrained by California’s strictest stay-at-home rules.The office of Mayor London Breed on Saturday announced that limited stay-at-home orders would go into effect as the city has been placed in California’s most-restrictive purple tier as a result of a high rate of coronavirus cases.In late October the city was placed in the yellow tier, which comes with the lightest limits. There are four tiers, each with a varying level of restriction.”While the number of cases is increasing significantly, the people of San Francisco have shown they can take action and follow the guidance to get us through this pandemic,” Breed said in a statement Saturday.The city reports an average of 130 new cases a day, which compares with 73 in the first week of November.The new restrictions, most scheduled to go into effect at noon Sunday, include the full closure of indoor portions of places of worship, movie theaters, gyms, museums, aquariums, and zoos. Retail stores must limit capacity to 25 percent.Unlike in Los


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