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At a press conference Tuesday, SF Public Health Director Dr. Grant Colfax made an alarming announcement: COVID-19 cases are increasing in San Francisco, after weeks of decline. “There has been a trending up of new cases in the last several days,” Colfax said. “Now we are averaging 135 new cases a day. That’s certainly much better than when we were at our peak surge and averaging 373 new cases per day — and that was just one month ago — but our case rate still remains higher than any other previous surge.” The news comes two weeks after the region’s stay-at-home order was lifted,

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