The COVID-19 pandemic has kept many of us at home behind computer screens for the past year and a half.
Now that the economy has opened back up, many of us are facing the inevitability of returning to offices and classrooms.
As much as we all welcome this trend, the transition back to pre-pandemic life will not be without its challenges and even a sense of apprehension.
Here are six strategies to help you make a stress-free transition back to the workplace or school. More Six Strategies for a Smooth Post-COVID Return to Office
Article updated on January 6, 2020
To help reduce the impact on transmissions and hospitalizations from the current COVID-19 virus surge, the City and County of San Francisco issued a Public Health Emergency Order effective 12:01 AM on Friday, December 18, 2020. The travel quarantine remains in effect indefinitely. Read details here.
More City and County of San Francisco Travel Quarantine
Capitol Corridor has introduced a new feature, available on its website, that uses recent ridership numbers to provide information on how crowded a specific Capitol Corridor train might be. More Capitol Corridor Introduces Occupancy Checking Tool for Trains and San Francisco Connecting Buses
Zoom into our virtual “Corridor Conversations” with Managing Director, Rob Padgette, and Deputy Director, Leo Sanchez. They will provide an update on Capitol Corridor service and ridership, as well as protocols we’ve implemented to maintain health and safety during COVID-19. You will also hear about the status of some of our current projects and have an opportunity to ask questions.
More Join Us Online for “Corridor Conversations” with Managing Director, Rob Padgette
Starting Saturday, August 15, we began reinstating limited connecting bus service between Emeryville and San Francisco. The new schedule is available on our website. More Return of Limited Connecting Bus Service Between Emeryville and San Francisco