Gavin Newsom just stunned the country and said he is reopening the state of California this week and moving onto phase two of Trump’s plan to get America moving again.
“We will allow additional movement through phase two, and that includes the prospect of restaurants with modifications opening, hospitality more broadly opening, again, with modification,” Newsom said. “We are entering into the next phase this week, end of the week with modifications, we will allow retail to start operating across the spectrum.”
He tweeted out: “CA is led by data and SCIENCE. Based off our progress, we’ll begin to gradually move into Stage 2 this FRIDAY.
Some sectors where there’s a lower risk of transmission will be able to adapt & re-open with modifications. This will include some retail and manufacturing/logistics.
What DOES this include? Places like:
sporting goods stores
All with curbside pick-up.
What does this NOT include at this time?
Offices (can continue telework)
Restaurants (seated dining)
Gov. Gavin Newsom said on Monday that some of California’s retail business could begin services with modifications by the end of this week if certain criteria are met.
Newsom said that state officials will issue further guidance to move into the state’s next phase of reopening on Thursday, which will include specific guidelines that low-risk businesses must meet in order to reopen with modifications as soon as Friday.
He said retailers, like those for clothing, books, music, toys, florists and sporting goods, would be allowed to offer curbside pick-up services if they institute guidelines set forth by the state.
See tweet below: