A flurry of re-openings of businesses were announced on Monday by San Diego County officials.
Gyms, hotels, bars and wineries are part of the long list of businesses and industries that can begin to reopen June 12, provided they follow appropriate guidance. County health officials have reviewed the guidance and the following businesses can also open:
Swimming pools, including condominiums and community pools (See local guidance)
Hotels and other rental properties for tourism and individual travel
Card rooms, racetracks and satellite wagering facilities
Family entertainment (bowling alleys, batting cages)
Zoos, galleries, museums and aquariums
Professional sports without spectators
Before businesses reopen, they must fill out a Safe Reopening Plan, share it with their employees and display it where customers and patrons can see it.
They must also make sure employees and customers get a temperature or symptom screening, use face coverings when not eating or drinking, maintain physical distancing and practice good hand hygiene.
Over the weekend, day camps, campgrounds, RV parks, and outdoor recreation such as sports fishing and charter boats could begin reopening. Tomorrow, coastal cities can reopen parking lots at beaches.
“As we reopen more businesses, we must continue to be vigilant and take preventive measures,” said Wilma Wooten, M.D., M.P.H., County public health officer. “Each of us is responsible and has a role to play to make sure cases do not increase.”
The following businesses must remain closed until further notice:
Nail and facial salons
Therapeutic massage businesses
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