Re-opening too soon? More vaccine sites? A stable R number? What about clarity on something important? The Super Duper burger? How did it fare?
In other news:
- Docs differ on the June 15th return to normalcy.
- Mission Housing uses the one shot and your done J&J vaccine for some of its seniors.
- The R number dips below 1 again and some interesting numbers on vaccines.
- Developments in Development resurrected.
- A review of a show at McEvoy arts.
Stay safe and enjoy the weather,
Throughout the meal, while my wife and I debated the latest Covid numbers, a commercial jingle kept running through my mind; “It’s meaty, It’s mighty, it’s mighty mighty meaty.” Was the burger singing to me?
The medical experts have offered their diagnosis: Gov. Gavin Newsom’s plan to reopen the economy on June 15 is reasonable, if a bit of a premature move.
“You’re getting Johson & Johnson today, so one shot and you’re done” a nurse told a patient entering the pop-up clinic in the courtyard of Mission Housing’s affordable complex off Valencia Street near 16th.
We are reviving our Developments in Development series with regular updates on development news in the Mission. In this one: Hellos, a goodbye and a new bill targeting Ellis Act evictions
As of April 7, 46 percent of Mission residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine. The neighborhood with the highest percentage of vaccine recipients is Japantown with 58 percent and the neighborhood with the lowest percentage is Lakeshore (25 percent.).
Time is growing short for Lessons of the Hour. On view through April 24 at McEvoy Arts, a gallery with an increasingly high profile role in the Dogpatch neighborhood, the West Coast premiere of Isaac Julien’s immersive homage to Frederick Douglass offers an all-too-timely plunge into the life of one of America’s most consequent radicals.
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