Small Business-Specific Guidance
Download this step-by-step guide to help your company reopen safely and keep employees and customers healthy and informed as restrictions lift across the country. The playbook includes safety and sanitation guidance, communications advice, and other best practices information.
CALIFORNIA GUIDELINES FOR OPENING BUSINESSES:
Californians have been staying home and saving lives since the start of our statewide stay-at-home order issued on March 19, 2020. These efforts have allowed the state to move forward on our roadmap for modifying the statewide order.
The state is issuing guidance to help these workplaces reopen safely.
Email re State Guidance QUESTIONS: EssentialServicesInquiries@cdph.ca.gov
As California reopens, every business will need to create a safer, low-risk environment. If you own or manage a business, follow the guidance below to protect your workers and customers.
The industry-specific guidance applies to businesses statewide. Review the guidance that is relevant to your workplace, make a plan, and put it into action. Post your completed checklist so everyone can know the steps you’ve taken. Feel free to add more safety measures to the ones listed here. All businesses are also required to post an attestation documenting their COVID-19 related procedures. Click here to download an attestation sample.
Updates from County of Orange
Some counties have received state approval to move further into the reopening roadmap. Learn more and find related industry guidance on the County Variance page.
Industry Specific Guidelines: https://covid19.ca.gov/industry-guidance/
Open sectors in counties with variance: The following may open only in counties approved to move further in the Resilience Roadmap, including Orange County. They are not open statewide. Dine-in Restaurants, Hair salons and barbershops, casinos More Information
The following are not open county or statewide
The following sectors, businesses, establishments, or activities are not permitted to operate in the State of California at this time:
Statewide business guidance industry-specific guidance.
Paycheck Protection Program Information: