Over the weekend, San Jose City Manager Dave Sykes has issued a citywide curfew effective Sunday evening as protests continue around the city.
The curfew will be in effect from 8:30 p.m. to 5 a.m., beginning Sunday, May 31 for the next seven days or until further notice.
There will be exceptions to the curfew that allow essential activities to continue, such as for the media, medical service providers and others. People who leave home to seek medical care or to care for family members, or homeless people will also be granted an exception.
San Jose is now the eighth city in the Bay Area to implement a curfew. Those include Danville, Pleasant Hill, San Francisco, San Leandro, Santa Clara, Union City and Walnut Creek.