1. San Francisco moves to yellow tier, triggering long list of openings  SF Gate
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  3. Virus cases plunge and LA, San Francisco come back to life  Yahoo News
  4. Coronavirus cases plunge and LA, San Francisco come back to life  KCRA Sacramento
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SF will be the first Bay Area county to advance to the least stringent tier.SF will be the first Bay Area county to advance to the least stringent tier.

San Francisco moves to yellow tier, triggering long list of openings

The two cities have weathered the pandemic differently but are emerging in the same place after a statewide shutdown in March 2020 emptied streets, shuttered shops and restaurants, and darkened office buildings.The two cities have weathered the pandemic differently but are emerging in the same place after a statewide shutdown in March 2020 emptied streets, shuttered shops and restaurants, and darkened office buildings.

Coronavirus cases plunge and LA, San Francisco come back to life

When Angeleno Wine Co. reopened its tasting room, co-owner Amy Luftig Viste teared up seeing old friends reunited for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic had shuttered so many businesses that it left major cities looking like ghost towns. Even with limited capacity, animated conversations flowed from the tables set among barrels of aging […]When Angeleno Wine Co. reopened its tasting room, co-owner Amy Luftig Viste teared up seeing old friends reunited for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic had shuttered so many businesses …

L.A., San Francisco become 1st major counties to move to least-restrictive tier as coronavirus cases plunge | KTLA

Los Angeles, once a national epicenter for the pandemic, is now in the stage indicating “minimal” coronavirus spread.

COVID: San Francisco, Los Angeles reach yellow tier

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) — San Francisco is poised to move into the state’s least restrictive, yellow tier on Tuesday – pending an afternoon confirmation by California health officials. The change would mean bars that do not serve food would be allowed to open indoors at 25% capacity for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. […]SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) — San Francisco is poised to move into the state’s least restrictive, yellow tier on Tuesday – pending an afternoon confirmation by California health …

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When Angeleno Wine Co. reopened its tasting room, co-owner Amy Luftig Viste teared up seeing old friends reunited for the first time since the pandemic had shuttered so many businesses it left major cities looking like ghost towns. “It felt like the winery had come alive again,” Luftig Viste said Sunday, the day after it reopened after being closed all but two weeks over the past 13 months. The din in the small space is destined to get louder when capacity is allowed to double to 50% as Los Angeles and San Francisco lead the way toward a broader reopening of California businesses.When Angeleno Wine Co. reopened its tasting room, co-owner Amy Luftig Viste teared up seeing old friends reunited for the first time since the pandemic had shuttered so many businesses it left major cities looking like ghost towns. “It felt like the winery had come alive again,” Luftig Viste said Sunday, the day after it reopened after being closed all but two weeks over the past 13 months. The din in the small space is destined to get louder when capacity is allowed to double to 50% as Los Angeles and San Francisco lead the way toward a broader reopening of California businesses.

Virus cases plunge and LA, San Francisco come back to life

In the yellow tier, restaurants, movie theaters, libraries, offices, churches, family...In the yellow tier, restaurants, movie theaters, libraries, offices, churches, family...

San Francisco is moving to the yellow tier. Here's what will change

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San Francisco moved Tuesday into the state’s least restrictive COVID-19 yellow tier, and city officials announced they will allow indoor bars to reopen Thursday and increase most indoor activities to half their capacity.San Francisco moved Tuesday into the state’s least restrictive COVID-19 yellow tier, and city officials announced they will allow indoor bars to reopen Thursday and increase most indoor activities to half their capacity.

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San Francisco is eligible to join the yellow tier this week, which is good news for bars, gyms and other businesses. Here's what can change and reopen in the yellow tier.Big news for San Francisco! Here's what a move to the yellow tier means for the city.

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Los Angeles, once a national epicenter for the pandemic, is now in the stage indicating “minimal” coronavirus spread.

COVID restrictions: San Francisco, Los Angeles counties reach yellow tier – Marin Independent Journal

San Francisco has been moved to the least restrictive yellow reopening tier, which allows for further easing of coronavirus-related restrictions.San Francisco has been moved to the least restrictive yellow reopening tier, which allows for further easing of coronavirus-related restrictions.

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Moving into the yellow tier is good for business and good for tourism.Moving into the yellow tier is good for business and good for tourism.

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San Francisco has returned, for the second and hopefully final time, to the state's least-restrictive COVID tier for reopening businesses, after a six-month struggle through a major pandemic surge.

SF Officially Graduates to 'Yellow' Tier; London Breed Celebrates No More Businesses With Closed Doors

Bars will now be able to reopen indoors at 25% capacity.Bars will now be able to reopen indoors at 25% capacity.

LA County Enters Yellow Tier, The Biggest Reopening Yet | LAist

SF is officially the first county in the Bay Area to move into the yellow tier on Thursday, May 6SF is officially the first county in the Bay Area to move into the yellow tier on Thursday, May 6

San Francisco Officially Reopens Bars for Indoor Drinking This Weekend - Eater SF

Los Angeles County, once the state's epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, is on the verge of moving into the least restrictive tier for reopening in a...California's most populous county -- once the state's epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic -- is on the verge of moving into the least restrictive tier for reopening in a dramatic turnaround from one year ago.

What the Yellow Tier Means for LA County – NBC Los Angeles

Los Angeles County’s remarkable COVID-19 recovery hit a new milestone Tuesday as the region progressed into the least restrictive category of California’s reopening system. Moving into the yellow tier clears the way for the nation’s most populous county to unshackle its economy to the widest extent currently possible, meaning a swath of businesses and venues […]Los Angeles County’s remarkable COVID-19 recovery hit a new milestone Tuesday as the region progressed into the least restrictive category of California’s reopening system. Moving into the yellow t…

L.A. County progresses to least-restrictive COVID tier, clearing way for major reopening | KTLA

Los Angeles County officially qualified for the least-restrictive Yellow tier in California's Covid-19 reopening blueprint on Tuesday.Los Angeles County officially qualified for the least-restrictive Yellow tier in California's Covid-19 reopening blueprint on Tuesday.

Los Angeles Moves To Yellow Tier As Pandemic Numbers Hit Record Lows – Deadline

On Tuesday, Los Angeles County became eligible to move into the yellow tier, California’s least restrictive on the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, which eases more rules for businesses amid the ongoing pandemic. On Tuesday, Los Angeles County became eligible to move into the yellow tier, California’s least restrictive on the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, which eases more rules for businesses amid the ongoing pandemic. 

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BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — Kern County will stay in the orange tier for at least a little while longer. New state data released today shows the county has a COVID-19 case rate of 2.8 per 100,000 people, still higher than the threshold of two or fewer cases per 100,000 needed to move into the yellow, […]BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — Kern County will stay in the orange tier for at least a little while longer. New state data released today shows the county has a COVID-19 case rate of 2.8 per 10…

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — When Angeleno Wine Co. reopened its tasting room, co-owner Amy Luftig Viste teared up seeing old friends reunited for the first time since the pandemic had shuttered so many businesses it left major cities looking like ghost towns.

Virus cases plunge and LA, San Francisco come back to life