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Contents: California Guidelines Stage 2 | Stage 3 | Stage 4 | Placer County
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,
Who can open in Stage 2:
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
Placer County is now in advanced Stage 2. Businesses must follow these guidlines if they are permitted to open.