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- 72.1 percent of Californians who are vaccinated with at least one dose
- 57.5 percent of Californians who are fully vaccinated
- 87 percent of San Franciscans who are vaccinated with at least one dose
Google pledges to replenish 20 percent more water than its offices and data centers use by 2030 and support water security in communities where they operate.
Salesforce offers to relocate employees and their families that are concerned about the ability to access reproductive care in the wake of Texas’ aggressive anti-abortion law.
Uber will cover the legal costs for their drivers who are sued under the Texas law that sharply restricts abortion.
LinkedIn doubled down on development with a new Learning Hub to provide professional development, 40 new free courses, and new search fields for hybrid work.
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Twitter introduced a new feature called “Safety Mode” to reduce unwelcomed tweets and disruptive interactions. Safety Mode will temporarily block accounts for seven days for using potentially harmful language—such as insults or hateful remarks—or sending repetitive and uninvited replies or mentions.
SAN FRANCISCO AT A GLANCE
- Mayor Breed launched the Treatment, Recovery, and Prevention Academy to provide abstinence-based programming and behavioral health resources for justice-involved adults.
- Mayor Breed announced that the US Treasury awarded $50 million in tax credits to support local nonprofits and businesses in disadvantaged communities.
- The Moscone Center hosted the California Dental Association conference this week, making it the first convention to return to the City since the beginning of shelter-in-place.
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