Miraloma Park Improvement Club is deeply concerned for the health and safety of our residents.
Summer Camps and Programs for Children and Youth Can Reopen June 15!
On May 22 Mayor Breed announced that San Francisco’s summer camps and programs can reopen on June 15 with limited capacity and with modifications intended to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
On May 22 SF’s Department of Public Health (DPH) issued a Health Order for summer camps and programs that is consistent with the State’s guidelines. The Order applies to public and private camps and summer programs, and includes safety measures such as temperature screenings and enhanced cleaning. For more information, go to https://www.dcyf.org/care.
SF Public Library’s Summer Learning Goes Virtual!
The Library’s award-winning summer learning program, Summer Stride, will be online this summer! Join thousands of San Francisco families who challenge themselves to complete 20 hours of reading and learning with the Library from June 1 through August 16.
Look forward to: Weekly STEM challenges hosted by youth librarians, available on the SFPL YouTube channel; virtual kids and adult programs, including book clubs and more; earning a prize book tote featuring illustrator Alison Farrell’s art. Visit: Summer Stride (https://sfpl.org/events/special-programs/summer-stride-2020-0).
Great Plates Delivered SF – New Food Program for Seniors
San Francisco has launched Great Plates Delivered SF to provide seniors access to delicious meals made by local small businesses. Eligible seniors must be 65+ or 60 – 64 with certain underlying health conditions; live alone or with another eligible senior, and earn less than $74,940 for a single-person household or $101,460 for a two-person household. Participants will receive up to three free meals a day provided by local food vendors. All deliveries are contactless for safety, and all individuals delivering meals are subject to background checks.
Interested? Call (415) 355-6700. This helpline is operated in multiple languages by SF’s Department of Disability and Aging Services, 7 days a week, from 8:00am to 5:00pm. (http://www.sfhsa.org/GreatPlates)
COVID-19 Tests – Increased Availability
San Francisco has expanded access to COVID-19 tests through SF.gov/GetTestedSF. New Testing sites have been opened, including one at SF City College Campus. Eligible for the tests are:
- Any worker that serves San Francisco and who leaves their home to work can get tested for COVID-19, regardless of symptoms or exposure.
- Any person living in San Francisco with at least one symptom of COVID-19 or who has been exposed to someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19 can get tested.
You need to make an appointment in order to get a test. You do not need medical insurance to get tested. You do not need a doctor’s note to schedule a test. Visit SF.gov/GetTestedSF to make an appointment. For more information about COVID-19 testing, contact your primary health care provider, call 311, or visit SF.gov/GetTestedSF(https://sf.gov/find-out-how-get-tested-coronavirus).
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SAN FRANCISCO CITY’S COVID-19 WEBSITE
The City’s single site for information about COVID-19 services, benefits, grants to businesses and non-profits, Public Health Orders, MUNI services, etc.
MIRALOMA PARK SENIORS NEEDING NON-MEDICAL SERVICES
Need a Wellness Call or assistance Sheltering in Place? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call MPIC at 415-322-0211 (non-medical needs only)
SIGN UP TO BE A MIRALOMA PARK COVID-19 VOLUNTEER
If you want to help fellow residents, complete the MPIC COVID-19 Volunteer Response Team Form
GET TEXT ALERTS ABOUT COVID-19 – TEXT COVID19SF to 888-777
SF DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH COVID-19 DATA TRACKER
The Data Tracker is updated daily online and includes data about confirmed cases, testing, and hospitalization across the San Francisco health care system.
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