Mask rules: everyone in SF is required to wear a mask when they are outside and within 30 feet of other people.
Masks must be worn in stores and places of business and people not within the same household must stay 6 feet apart.
SF Curfew still in effect: 10 pm to 5 am.
What is open? Muir
Woods, the Botanic Gardens, Golden Gate Park, Japanese Tea Garden, SF
beaches, Golden Gate Bridge, and Twin Peaks (by foot or bike) are all
Parking lots forSF beachesand the Golden Gate Bridge are open. But the Welcome Center lot and Merchant Road lot are closed.
Restaurants can now be open for outdoor dining, and many restaurants are open for take-out or delivery.
Businesses can allow customers inside, but on a limited, 20% capacity basis (grocery stores 50%). Malls are open.
The SF Zoo is open again.
Alcatraz is closed. They are selling tickets for a few weeks out, but that's iffy. See Alcatraz.
Hair salons, and open air tour buses and boat cruises can now operate.
Indoor museums are closed. Outdoor museums can be open.
Hotels are now accepting reservations from tourists but they have to quarantine in the hotel for 10 days, and non-essential travel is discouraged. Essential workers and locals needing quarantine may also book hotel rooms.
Travel quarantine: Anyone traveling to SF from out of the Bay Area must quarantine for 10 days.
Exploratorium:possibly opening spring 2021.
Schools: many private schools have begun reopening; SF public schools still on hold, except for a few charter schools.
On hold: indoor swimming pools, indoor gyms and indoor movie theaters are still closed.
Last to open will be concerts, live theater, sporting events, nightclubs and festivals.
Napa and Sonoma county wineries can be open for outdoor wine tasting.
For a handy list of what's open or closed in SF, plus info on what's open in other cities and counties of California, see California reopening schedules.