New Health Officer Order, Locations Reopening Today:
LA County has issued a revised Health Officer Order as it moves forward in its Roadmap to Recovery. Yesterday’s Order allows for the reopening of additional personal and recreational services to residents, with the appropriate infection control and distancing requirements in place.
Currently, LA County remains in Phase 3 of the State of California’s Resilience Roadmap and continues to be in line with the State’s guidelines. The County’s seven-day death average has not increased, the three-day hospitalization average is down 5 % and the seven-day testing average is well above the State’s requirement at 17,000 tests conducted per day. In addition, the County’s positivity rate is 8 %, which is in line with the State’s requirements.
Although overall case counts are increasing (as testing becomes more widespread and there is more community transmission) the County continues to see steady decreases in: 1) The rate of COVID-19 infections, and 2) COVID-19 related hospitalizations and deaths.
That said, the following locations have been allowed to reopen as soon as today:
In addition, protests and faith-based services held outdoors no longer have limits on how many people can participate.
Just as is required for all out-of-home activities, visitors and staff of today’s reopening sectors will have to: 1) Practice physical distancing; 2) Wear cloth face coverings; 3) Follow limited capacity directives; 4) Enhance cleaning and disinfecting procedures; and 5) People who feel sick should stay home.
If you’re a business owner or employee, click on your sector (below) for the Reopening Protocol and Guidelines you’ll need to follow:
LA County will continue to monitor the spread of COVID-19 and the capacity of our healthcare system to provide county residents with essential services. Should the rate of infection (and other key indicators) warrant, we may adjust orders to limit future reopenings or close reopened sectors.
Still closed are movie theaters, live performance theaters, entertainment centers, concert halls and venues, stadiums, arenas, gaming facilities, theme parks, lounges & nightclubs, hot tubs, steam rooms & saunas not located on a residential property & festivals.
Click here for a detailed list of what is currently open and closed in L.A. County.
For More Information
If you have questions about resuming the use of previously closed sectors, click here.
To keep up with LA County’s detailed COVID-19 data and metrics, click here.
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