Monday marks an enormous day for San Diego County companies as house owners
anticipate the return to indoor operations – beneath some modifications, of
Eating places, locations of worship, museums, film theaters, hair and nail salons, barbershops, gyms and health facilities will have the ability to supply companies indoors as soon as extra with capability restrictions. The transfer was announced Friday because the state rolled out a brand new tiered system to measure the variety of coronavirus circumstances in counties and what that determine means by way of reopening.
San Diego County was positioned within the pink tier, which implies
there’s “substantial threat” of spreading the virus. In response to the state,
this tier means “some non-essential indoor enterprise operations are closed.”
Below California’s new four-tiered system, the next companies can reopen indoors starting Monday at 10% capability:
Additionally, the state stated the next companies will be provided indoors at 25% capability, or with a most capability of 100 individuals (whichever could be much less):
- Locations of worship
- Film theaters
- Dine-in service at eating places
The next locations are allowed to reopen with modifications (no most capability):
- Hair salons and barber outlets
- Nail salons
Bars that don’t serve meals won’t be permitted to supply companies indoors. And the tiered system won’t have an effect on Ok-12 colleges, that are anticipated to be allowed to reopen someday subsequent week.
Well being and security protocols will nonetheless be necessary, like
facial coverings, social distancing and vigorous sanitization.
Whereas enterprise house owners have expressed pleasure on the
reopenings, the county warns that the general public should abide by public well being orders.
“If individuals don’t observe the foundations and the methods that we proceed to share with you, the larger chances are high that we’ll advance to Tier 1, which is the purple tier, and can go backwards and be very near the place we have been in mid-July earlier than the state imposed restrictive measures on counties throughout the state,” stated Dr. Wilma Wooten, the county’s public well being officer.
For extra info on the coronavirus pandemic in San Diego County, click here.