New guidelines from the San Francisco Department of Public Health give insight into how the city’s partial reopening of retailers will look on Monday. San Francisco currently plans to allow nonessential retailers to open with curbside pickup and for manufacturing that supports retail to resume operations.
How do you explain a House Democratic Party so crazy that their new $3 trillion proposal has 68 references to Cannabis and only 52 references to jobs? Maybe Speaker Pelosi of San Francisco believes “California Dreamin” could become the new national anthem.
— newtgingrich (@newtgingrich) May 14, 2020
Data from @NASA’s Aura satellite show a decrease in the air pollutant NO2 over the Southwest U.S. compared to the average, likely related to #COVID19 shutdowns, including a ~31% decrease in L.A., a ~22% decrease in San Francisco and ~16% in Phoenix.https://t.co/xVU5nEvGap pic.twitter.com/28rKjKjmWg
— NASA Earth (@NASAEarth) May 14, 2020