Recap of State Changes  

Jul 17, 2020

Recap of State Changes

 

Closed indoor operations; outdoor operations still permitted.

 

Closed to both indoor and outdoor services. The California Board of Barbering and Cosmetology has clarified that outdoor operations are not allowed (https://www.barbercosmo.ca.gov/licensees/covid19_closures.shtml).

  • Hair Salons and Barbershops
  • Personal Services (Nail Salons, Tattoo Parlors, Waxing)

 

New guidance for Dine-in Restaurants and Beverage Industry serving food outdoors - State Guidelines for Outdoor Dining, Take-out and Delivery (July 9, 2020)

 

New Updated Guidance for Schools Issued Today – July 17,2020

This updated guidance for schools and school-based programs provides guidelines for in-person learning and distance learning. This guidance will be updated as new data and practices emerge. The guidelines and considerations do not reflect the full scope of issues that school communities will need to address, which range from day-to-day site-based logistics to the social and emotional well-being of students and staff. Further guidance is forthcoming, including on school-based sports and extracurricular activities. All decisions about following this guidance should be made in collaboration with local health officials and other authorities.

Schools have been closed for in-person instruction since mid-March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. School closures to in-person instruction were part of a broader set of recommendations intended to reduce the spread of COVID-19. For more detailed direction on measures to be taken when a student, teacher, or staff member has symptoms or is diagnosed with COVID-19, please see the COVID-19 and Reopening Framework for K-12 Schools in California.

Enforcement Efforts

Compliance and enforcement enhancement efforts are in progress and there will be a greater presence of engagement for education outreach and compliance across the County. If a business has questions regarding their operations, they should email [email protected]. Reports of violations can be made online at recoverysbc.org or by contacting (833)688-5551.

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