As more people get vaccinated and cases begin to drop -- we want to know, what's next for San Francisco's downtown? This week, ABC7 insider Phil Matier talks to officials and takes a look at the path forward for businesses and what community leaders are doing to get ready for people to comeback.
SF COMEBACK STORIES
THE PATH FORWARD STORIES:
- 'Unique moment in our history': Community leaders reflect on how COVID-19 impacted racial justice
- How COVID-19 pandemic forever changed the workplace, what companies are doing going forward
- 1 year later: Here's how Bay Area small businesses found success during COVID-19
- Changed forever: San Francisco futurist shares predictions on life after COVID-19
- How deadly virus shaped new era of vaccinology, global collaborations, healthy habits
- Lessons learned from pandemic: Bay Area school districts have opportunity to transform learning system
RELATED CORONAVIRUS STORIES:
- Bay Area residents reflect on 1 year since 1st stay-at-home order
- March 11, 2020: 'The day everything changed'
- Coronavirus Timeline: Tracking major moments of COVID-19 pandemic in San Francisco Bay Area
- How can I register for a COVID-19 vaccine in California? Here's how it works in every Bay Area county
- COVID-19 vaccine ad campaign features former Presidents Carter, Clinton, Bush and Obama urging vaccinations
- Child tax credit: Some families to receive direct $300 monthly payments per child starting in July
- US unemployment claims fall to 712,000 as pace of layoffs eases
- Coronavirus California: Map shows which counties can, can't reopen under reopening tiers
You can find more stories about the coronavirus pandemic here.