Source roanoke.com “We’re excited — and a little confused,” said Tom La Torre, owner of Sabella & La Torre Restaurant at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, a tourist haven that transformed into a ghost town during the pandemic.
For now, masks are still required in places like public transit, airports, health care settings and indoor school classes. “This is not a sound public health strategy,” said Sandy Rending, a president of the association, which is calling on people to keep masks on indoors and in crowds.
While applauding the reopening, some business owners said ever-shifting mask rules are confounding. Many question if the honor system will work, including the California Nurses Association, which said the new rules essentially call on businesses and essential workers to be the vaccination police.
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