SNBC Closure March 16th

SNBC Closure March 16th

SNBC Office and Programming CLOSED effective March 16th, 2020

 For up to date information, please visit

  • the San Francisco Department of Public Health -
  • San Francisco City Hall -
  • United States Center's for Disease Control -


Resources from the Office of Gordon Mar

Landing page for Covid-19 questions, including links to the latest SF Public Health guidlines:

Getting Vaccinated

You probably heard about the first of three vaccine mass distribtuion sites that operated last weekend at City College, by invitation only. In general, vaccination for Covid-19 takes place through your healthcare provided (eg. Kaiser, Sutter, Dignity, UCSF) as well as SF DPH for those with no medical coverage or on Medicaid or Healthy SF. The main challenge we're facing is lack of supply, via distribution from the federal government's allocation to states. And the City has a goal of getting everyone in SF vaccinated by June. You can sign up for notications here.

What about teachers? Currently in SF, healthcare workers and those over 65 are the priority groups; that's 210,000 people each requiring two doses. Right now the City only has a quarter of that supply, so while teachers are technically a priority group (Phase 1b in the state guidelines) along with those over 65, they aren't currently called to the line yet. Rollout for teachers have been uneven in other countries. 


The main SF webpage for vaccine distribution is: Here's an SF Chronicle article that is relatively up-to-date with information around the Bay Area: