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San Francisco declared a state of emergency - here's how the coronavirus is impacting the city, from a company's handshake ban to canceled conferences

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

The coronavirus has upended plans and changed the way people and companies behave in San Francisco.
San Francisco's mayor declared a state of emergency this week , enabling the city to expedite emergency planning, as the city braces for a potential outbreak (there have been zero confirmed cases in San Francisco).
Here are the ways the virus is impacting the city and the people and companies who live and work there.
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