During the May 6 daily briefing, Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger and Public Health officials announced the County’s first phased re-opening of the COVID-19 pandemic Stay-at-Home Order. A limited number of businesses and resources will be able to open on Friday, May 8 with appropriate safeguards in place:
- Florists, toy stores, bookstores, clothing stores, music stores, and sporting goods stores (Curbside pickup only. Must adhere to physical distancing and infection control protocols.)
- Car dealership showrooms (Must adhere to physical distancing and infection control protocols.)
- Golf courses (Pro shops closed. Concession stands and restaurants are take-out only. Must adhere to physical distancing and infection control protocols.)
- Trails (Must adhere to physical distancing. Must use cloth face covering.)
Although some retail businesses may open, indoor shopping malls will not be open. There will be no in-store shopping allowed.
In advance of the Revised County Order going into effect on Friday, May 8, the County will post detailed guidelines for businesses and community members to follow on its website at: https://covid19.lacounty.gov/.
The County Department of Public Health will allow other businesses to open as soon as they can guarantee that safety guidelines are in place to ensure the safety of staff and their customers.
The County has created an infographic explaining the Roadmap to Recovery with the different phases of re-opening and what benchmarks must be achieved at: http://www.publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/docs/HOO/RoadmapToRecovery.pdf.
The complete May 6 County briefing is available to view online at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PeMV4BaFU20.
For more information, see the County press release at: