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COVID-19: The Road to Reopening

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RoadmapToRecoveryAs part of its Five Step Roadmap to Recovery, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has announced initial steps on the road to reopening businesses. 

As of May 29th, the updated Health Officer Order Reopening Safer at Work and in the Community issued by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health allows the conditional reopening of activities and businesses with modifications designated to protect health and safety.

Below are examples of activities that are permitted under the changes:

  • Hair salons, barbershops and in-person restaurant dining.
  • All retail, including those located in indoor and outdoor retail shopping centers may now open for business at 50% capacity and curbside pick up.
  • Flea markets, swap meets and drive-in movie theaters may resume operations.

For a list of what's open in Los Angeles County click here.

All of businesses must adhere to LA County's reopening protocols and guidelines  to help workplaces reopen safely. Physical distancing, wearing face coverings, and frequent hand washing will remain critically important for the foreseeable future.

For more information on the stages to reopen, view the Recovery Framework Presentation.

If you have questions related to social distancing protocols, please call the El Segundo Joint Information Center at (310) 692-1699 Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Reopening Protocols

Below are LA County's reopening protocols for businesses within these sectors to follow prior to reopening.

Barbershops and Hair Salons
Dine-in Restaurants
Retail
Office Based Worksites
Shopping Centers
Warehouses, Manufacturers, and Logistics
Golf Course
Car Dealerships

Industry-Specific Guidance

This guidance is intended to help businesses prepare for when these businesses may gradually reopen. The California Department of Public Health and Cal OSHA issued guidelines for when these businesses may gradually reopen.

Hotels and Lodging
Office Workspaces