Wednesday, July 6, 2022

San Francisco Mayor Breed tests positive for coronavirus

San FranciscoMayor Breed’s office, 22, issued a statement on Breed’s new crown virus (COVID-19)tracePositive. The breed has been vaccinated and promoted and is doing well, the statement said. She will do video conference at home, work from home and will not participate in any public activities during the isolation period.

According to the mayor’s office, the mayor tested positive on the morning of the 22nd and informed his staff and close contacts. The breed will be home quarantined for five days as per public health guidance. After that, if she tests negative, she can be released from isolation, and will stay at home for 10 days if she continues to test positive, or until she tests negative.

For the past week, Breed has participated in the Juneteenth celebration. He took part in the Golden State Warriors Championship parade on Monday, posing with several of the team’s star players and politicians, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and others.Lok Sabha, and Oakland Mayor and State Assembly Member Chima Yang. Breed met with department heads and job commissioners in San Francisco on Tuesday and took a group photo at City Hall. State Representative Cheema Yang said she had tested negative so far. Pelosi contracted the coronavirus three months ago.

For the rest of the week, Breed had a busy public schedule that included two scheduled events on Wednesday and a press conference to unveil the city’s new drug rehab center on Thursday. The city office has not issued a notice of cancellation or postponement of the event, but has said it can go ahead without the mayor’s personal presence.

Breed spoke to several players during the Warriors victory parade on Monday. (Photo courtesy of the Mayor’s Office)


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