the coast guard and the san francisco public health department led by doctor grant colfax who tells you the rules regarding covid-19 during the event. there is little bit different the the local rules on local property. >> basically we can continue to encourage people to wear a mask. you must wear a mask indoors given the large crowds are also encouraging people to wear a outside. sfpd and deputies with the san francisco sheriff's office will handle the public safety duties on the world for its after school police department will have officers patrolling all of the venues foot patrols on bicycles, on motorcycles and unmarked police cars. >> our plainclothes staff will be in uniform. are people will be out there working with the police department because the most important thing is to be a visible to turn the u.s. coast guard has safety tips for those planning to enjoy the airshow lot out on the bay. please always carry a vhf radio on board and have enough life jackets for all passengers think a vhf channel 16 as the 911, if you will, on the water. >> a san francisco fire chief janine ni
the california conservation corps were out in the burn, scar areas left behind by the river fire in colfax. that's a refund or when the with a look at some of the work being done. >> i think the work we do here is really this very few people are actually willing to come out here and do the hard work that we do. >> scott harrison is part of the california conservation corps have been deployed to the river fire burn scar areas. it's but, you know, it's fun. to help with the roshan control. today. there along deer holloway in the chicago park community. >> where it is. what weather conditions. there are going to go do it. corps members have been working for several days now putting up barriers just like this one to stop the toxins from burn. tell metal structures like this one here and also dozens of empty cars that have been for in town and left on the property. >> and we're trying to keep to the footprint as close as we can. >> and prevent the heavy rains from moving medals and hydrocarbons into the waterways such as the bear river below until we can actually get the debris off the ground.
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