Miraloma Park Improvement Club is deeply concerned for the health and safety of our residents.
Expanded Face Covering Rules
The SF Health Officer has announced expanded rules about where and when to wear face coverings. You must wear face coverings in more situations, especially when you are within 6 feet of people you don’t live with, even if you are outside. The new rules also require that you wear a face covering when:
Passing people on the sidewalk:
- Passing people on a hiking trail or outdoors;
- When indoors, if others might use the space later, even if you’re alone.
When at work or in a shared space, you must wear a face covering:
- In a common area (elevator, laundry room, break rooms, lobbies, hallways, bathrooms);
- When working in a cubicle or conference room;
- When working at a desk you share with another person on different days;
- When working around shared equipment.
Also, new to the order, children over age 9 must wear a face covering, like adults do. If they can, children 2 to 9 years old should try to wear a face covering. Children under 2 still do not need to wear a face covering. If you can’t wear a medical or fabric mask, you are still required to wear something over your nose and mouth to block droplets, such as a bandana, gaiter, or face shield.
Be Counted — Complete the US Census!
Beginning August 11, US Census workers will begin visiting households that have not responded to the census. You can minimize the need for census takers to follow-up in person by responding to the census now—online, by phone, or by mail. The 2020 Census is safe, secure, and confidential. Data from the 2020 Census will be used to distribute hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funds each year that support education, health care, emergency services, housing and food assistance, and more!
You can respond to the 2020 Census online or over the phone: in English (844-330-2020), Spanish (844-468-2020), or 12 other languages. For the online form and to find out more information, go to: https://www.2020census.gov/en/ways-to-respond/responding-by-phone. html.
SF Pubic Library To Go Launches!
SFPL To Go—contact-free, front door pick-up service—will launch on Monday, August 10 at the Main Library and Tuesday, August 11 at the Excelsior Branch. Additional neighborhood libraries will be added as the City allows and staffing is available. Bookdrops will be open at all SFPL To Go locations as soon as they are operational!
In this initial phase, Library patrons can request a book, DVD, audiobook, LP, or any circulating library item for front door pick-up by going to sfpl.org and placing a hold through your library account; by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org; or by calling 415-557-4400.
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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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