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    Some ‘Lower-Risk’ Businesses OK to Reopen

    By  CalChamber  - 

    Governor Gavin Newsom this week released guidelines under which a limited number of “lower-risk” industries can prepare to reopen.

    Emphasizing that data shows that Californians’ adherence to stay-at-home orders since the middle of March has stabilized the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations and patients in intensive care units, the Governor said the state can start moving to the next stage of gradually reopening.

    Last week, following up on his April 14 announcement of six key indicators for deciding when to modify the stay-at-home order, the Governor outlined four “Resilience Roadmap Stages” for the process of reopening the economy.  Read More    Four Resilience Stages