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- 74.1 percent of Californians who are fully vaccinated
- 57.1 percent of Californians who are boosted
- 86 percent of San Franciscans who are fully vaccinated
Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Meta, Pinterest, Salesforce, and over 60 other companies called on Texas Governor Abbott to drop the recent anti-trans legislation.
Microsoft plans to support 10,000 startups in Africa over the next fives years through a series of initiatives including partnerships with African accelerators and incubators.
Facebook rolled out new tools for Group admins to keep their communities safe, manage interactions, and reduce misinformation.
Comcast expanded the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) offers through faster internet essentials service and Xfinity Mobile.
Waymo teamed up with Phoenix-based Foundation for Blind Children to provide safe and reliable transportation for people of all ages who are blind or have low vision.
Spotlight Impact Story
Intuit’s TurboTax launched #LeadingConEducación, a program designed to empower the next generation of Latino professionals. For the second consecutive year, TurboTax will partner with the Hispanic Heritage Foundation to award educational grants to 40 high school seniors and college students seeking financial support to pursue a higher education diploma or complete their college degree.
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SAN FRANCISCO AT A GLANCE
- Mayor Breed swore in Ann Hsu, Lainie Motamedi, and Lisa Weissman-Ward to fill the vacant positions on the Board of Education.
- San Francisco opened its new floating Fireboat Station No. 35, a seismically safe and innovative project to meet the present-day needs of maritime-based first responders.
- The Board of Supervisors passed legislation to make admission to the Conservatory of Flowers and Japanese Tea Garden free for San Francisco residents and veterans.
- The Board of Supervisors passed legislation that establishes a framework to regulate street vending and disincentivize the resale of stolen goods.
CALIFORNIA AT A GLANCE
- Governor Newsom boosted spending by an additional $22.5 million to respond to the immediate drought emergency.
- Governor Newsom awarded $43 million in funding to three new Homekey projects in Alameda, Petaluma, and Woodland, creating 168 housing units.
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