[Ed. – If you find the reporting doubtful, Jeffrey is citing the city government on this. Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco has published an op-ed on the topic in the Washington Post well – the kind of thing WaPo would fact-check before running with. It could hardly be clearer where San Francisco’s discrimination hatchet falls.]
Under the COVID-19 rules it is currently enforcing, the City of San Francisco is allowing shopping malls to admit up to 25 percent of their normal capacity and indoor retailers to admit up to 50 percent of their normal capacity as long as people can remain six-feet apart.
But San Francisco is allowing only one person at a time into churches and other places of worship—including the city’s Roman Catholic cathedral, which has a normal capacity of 3,000.
The Archdiocese of San Francisco is currently conducting a petition drive aimed at getting San Francisco Mayor London Breed to back away from the rule that says only one person can enter a church.