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|(May 28, 2020, 2:10 a.m.) -- On May 27, LB's Health Officer issued a revised order following up on a revised order issued by CA's Dept. of Public Health. They both allow the reopening of offices, places of worship and in-person retail with restrictions.
And in addition, with no public discussion by LB's policy setting City Council, the City of Long Beach and LA County, are jointly requesting Sacramento approval for a "variance" that would allow reopenings that go beyond already allowed reopenings, including restaurants (that Sacramento has allowed in other counties, including OC, that have some lower COVID-19 figures than LA County or Long Beach) and hair salons.
Mayor Garcia signaled at a Wednesday (May 27) briefing that if restaurant reopenigns are allowed, the City will move to implement some type of "open streets" measures (temporarily closing streets to traffic to allow restaurants additional physical distancing, already done in some northern CA cities.) .
Under the now updated LB Health Dept order, retail establishments must implement and post a Physical Distancing Protocol prior to reopening.
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All in-store retail operations and office-based businesses must:
All places of worship are required to:
Long Beach has joined with L.A. County in applying for a variance that would go further (moving further into Governor Newsom "Stage 2" reopenings and ultimately to Stage 3.)
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