San Francisco Order

PUBLISHED: 5:28 PM 17 Mar 2020

San Francisco Lock Down: “Remain In Place” Order Issued For All

Many people have been confused by what this attempt will accomplish, considering the massive levels of people who live on the streets.

What? (Source: KPIX CBS SF Bay Area YouTube Screenshot)

In San Francisco, it’s finally happened. The government has ordered all people to “remain in place.” Apparently, you can’t fight a real problem just by changing the words to describe it.

On Monday, millions of residents were ordered to stay home as part of a ‘lock down’ attempt to control the spread of coronavirus, which originated in Wuhan, China.

Breitbart News reported:

A “remain-in-place” order announced by San Francisco Mayor London Breed will go into effect at the end of Tuesday here and remain in force until April 7, with the possibility it will be extended.

“We know these measures will significantly disrupt people’s day to day lives, but they are absolutely necessary,” Breed said.

[Really? What about all the people who actually live on the streets in the city? How will that help?]

“This is going to be a defining moment for our city and we all have a responsibility to do our part to protect our neighbors and slow the spread of this virus by staying at home unless it is absolutely essential to go outside.”

The order directs all residents to remain in their homes unless they need to tend to “essential” activities.

Covered by the shutdown were the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara along with the city of Berkeley.

When people do go out, they are to remain at least six feet (two meters) away from anyone else.

Businesses not deemed essential are to suspend operations, and gatherings of any kind outside of those sharing homes will be prohibited, the order mandates.

The list of businesses considered essential included hospitals, banks, fueling stations, transit, police, fire, and grocery shops.

San Francisco residents were told they can go outside for walks as long as they keep their distance from anyone else who is out and about.

Homeless people were urged to seek shelter.

“Our response has been grounded in data, science, and facts,” San Francisco director of health Grant Colfax said in a release.

“Based on what we can predict, now is the time to do everything we can to prevent the situation from getting much worse in a matter of days or weeks. Every hour counts.”

Many people point out that if ‘every hour’ really counted, the city would have long done something about the massive levels of filth, disease, and homeless people on the streets.