In response to COVID-19 flareups in multiple counties, Governor Gavin Newsom last week ordered all counties to close indoor operations of certain sectors as of July 13.
In addition, personal care businesses and others in counties on the state Monitoring List for three consecutive days were required to close unless they could be modified to operate outside or by pick-up.
The monitoring list is a significant factor in the Governor’s “Pandemic Plan for Learning and Safe Schools,” released on July 17, and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) framework outlining the conditions under which K–12 schools may reopen for in-person instruction, as well as when to close and revert to distance learning due to COVID-19 infections.
CDPH also released COVID-19 guidance for schools and school-based programs.
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