SF Mayor London Breed on How Her City is Coping Almost a Year Into the Pandemic

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London Breed speaks to reporters and supporters from the steps of San Francisco's City Hall after Mark Leno conceded the race for San Francisco mayor on June 13, 2018.
London Breed speaks to reporters and supporters from the steps of San Francisco's City Hall after Mark Leno conceded the race for San Francisco mayor on June 13, 2018. (Photo: Ryan Levi/KQED)

It's been almost a year since Mayor London Breed has been on Forum. But what a year it's been. She and San Francisco's public health leadership were credited with implementing a shutdown that slowed the progress of the pandemic here. But eventually the virus caught up with us, and measures to control it have decimated small businesses especially downtown, the tourism and restaurant industries, and the city's budget. We'll talk to Mayor Breed about crime, homelessness, and other challenges facing the city.

Guests:

London Breed, Mayor of San Francisco

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