San Francisco's new universal health care program has enrolled more than 1,000 people since the program started on July 2 at two public health centers in Chinatown, Mayor Gavin Newsom announced in Chinatown on Tuesday, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Enrollment in the program has been higher than anticipated; city officials had estimated that between 600 and 1,000 residents would enroll by the end of August (Knight, San Francisco Chronicle, 8/15).

Healthy San Francisco Program More Successful Than Anticipated


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