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last updated 1 June 2020

Contents: California Guidelines Stage 2 | Stage 3 | Stage 4 | Placer County

California:
Resilience roadmap for state reopening - Coronavirus COVID-19 Response
California’s reopening: See what’s open and what’s still shut down by county SF Chronicle June 1
County variance info - Coronavirus COVID-19 Response


County variance info - Coronavirus COVID-19 Response ca.gov,

Stage 2:

Who can open in Stage 2:

NOT in Stage 1 or 2 – Higher Risk Workplaces cannot open:
Stage 2 Details:
Bay Area guidelines at California’s reopening: See what’s open and what’s still shut down by countySF Chronicle June 1, 2020

Limited or Early Stage 2:
WHAT IS OPEN
Curbside retail and dining pickups or deliveries • individual counties may approve in-store shopping • some manufacturing • child care for those outside the essential workforce • office-based business though telework is still encouraged • services like car washes, pet grooming and landscaping • outdoor public spaces like museums and galleries • places of worship with attendance limited to 25% of building capacity up to 100 people, pending approval from individual counties.

WHAT IS OPEN, WITH MODIFICATIONS
Indoor gatherings, including retail and eat-in dining in some counties • personal services such as nail salons, tattoo parlors, gyms and fitness studios • many state parks • schools.

Advanced Stage 2:
WHAT EXTRA IS OPEN, WITH COUNTY-SPECIFIC MODIFICATIONS

Dine-in restaurants and other facilities offering food service with social distancing • barbershops and hair salons with safety measures • schools.

WHAT STILL IS NOT OPEN
Bars, wineries, tasting rooms and gaming areas that do not offer sit-down meals • entertainment venues like movie theaters and arcades • indoor museums, gallery spaces and libraries • zoos • community centers and public pools, playgrounds and picnic areas • limited-capacity indoor ceremonies • nightclubs • concert venues • live sports • festivals • theme parks • gyms and other personal services • hotels for nonessential travel • higher education.

See specific Bay Area County guidelines at California’s reopening: See what’s open and what’s still shut down by countySF Chronicle June 1, 2020

A county must meet the following to be allowed to reopen.
Stable or down trending hospitalizations

Cases per population count and Test positivity rate


Stage 3: California Department of Public Health - Guidance
Latest Guidance: Release date: 06/5/2020 (Recommended effective date no sooner than 6/12/2020).

Earlier Stage 3 list County variance info - Coronavirus COVID-19 Response
Stage 4: Re-open highest risk workplaces with all indicators satisfied once therapeutics have been developed:
Placer County:
Can I Reopen? | Placer County, CA
Future Stages | Placer County, CA
Guidance | Placer County, CA

Placer County is now in advanced Stage 2. Businesses must follow these guidlines if they are permitted to open.

  1. Perform a detailed risk assessment and implement a site-specific protection plan
  2. Train employees on how to limit the spread of COVID-19, including how to screen themselves for symptoms and stay home if they have them
  3. Implement individual control measures and screenings
  4. Implement disinfecting protocols
  5. Implement physical distancing guidelines