Governor Gavin Newsom announced on Friday, June 5, that the state was preparing to move to Phase 3 of the Resilience Roadmap, representing a major shift toward reopening after nearly three months of some form of lockdown.
Last week was the first full week that restaurants and personal services businesses such as barber shops and hair salons were permitted to reopen in Los Angeles.
Over the last several weeks, the City and County of Los Angeles—like other cities and counties across the nation—have actively pushed forward new laws and regulations intended to address the economic impacts of COVID-19.
On Monday, May 25, 2020, Governor Newsom announced that he was permitting the state to effectively move to Expanded Phase 2, including allowing in-store retail statewide.
This week marked the beginning of a transition towards reopening at the County level, with increasing focus on ways to alleviate the economic impacts of COVID-19.
On Memorial Day Monday, California Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Public Health announced that retail stores statewide can open for in-store shopping provided they comply with certain required safety protocols.
The County began to announce further plans to reopen businesses in the region.
Today, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced modifications to the state’s COVID-19 criteria for a county to be eligible to reopen.
California Governor Gavin Newsom has approved applications from 18 of the state’s 58 counties to “reopen for business” just a week after releasing a new public health order permitting counties to apply to reopen if they “can demonstrate an ability to protect the public and ...
On Wednesday, May 6, 2020, the County presented its “Roadmap to Recovery” and announced that the County would be moving forward with a phased reopening.