Cannabis dispensaries in San Francisco were allowed to reopen after city officials determined that they are essential businesses that should not be subject to closure during the ongoing shelter-in-place order.

Under the shelter-in-place order, most businesses were ordered closed for three weeks, although essential businesses such as grocery stores and pharmacies were permitted to stay open.

The San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) had ordered cannabis retailers to close along with other businesses deemed non essential as the city struggles to cope with the spreading coronavirus pandemic.

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