San Francisco Postpones Reopenings Of Hair Salons, Bars, Zoos, And More After Spike In Cases

After previously announcing they could open sooner

June 26, 2020

Back on Monday San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced that San Francisco could accelerate its reopening process allowing Hair salons, barber shops, museums, zoos, tattoo parlors, massage parlors, nail salons, outdoor bars and outdoor swimming to resume on June 29 with restrictions. Now, after a spike in Coronavirus cases the mayor has announced that city is reversing course on those reopenings.

Noting that the city saw 103 cases on Thursday as opposed to 20 back on June 15th, Breed says it's itme the to intervene.

Expect those above businesses to remain closed for at least a week longer.