CABIN FEVER IN A PANDEMIC

California’s Updated Coronavirus Response

On June 28, 2020, Governor Newsom directed bars to close in five counties on the state’s watch list: Fresno, Kern, Kings, Los Angeles, and Tulare. These join two other counties – Imperial and San Joaquin – with bars already subject to such mandatory closings. The state has recommended bar closings in eight other counties.

We count 19 counties which have rescinded their local orders to follow Sacramento’s statewide guidances: • Colusa • Calaveras • El Dorado • Fresno • Inyo • Kern • Kings • Lake • Mono • Nevada • Placer • Riverside • San Benito • San Bernardino • San Luis Obispo • Santa Cruz • Stanislaus • Tehama and • Yolo.

As of July 10, California counties and cities with stay at home orders in place include:

City or County Effective Date Expiration Date Resources
Alameda County June 18, 2020 Until further notice Alameda County’s FAQs

Alameda County’s Hits Pause on Reopening press release

Berkeley June 19, 2020 Until further notice City of Berkeley’s website
Contra Costa County June 17, 2020 Until further notice Contra Costa County’s FAQs
Culver City June 12, 2020 Until further notice Culver City’s FAQs
Humboldt County June 17, 2020 Until further notice Humboldt County’s FAQs
Imperial County July 1, 2020 Until further notice Imperial County’s FAQs
Long Beach July 2, 2020 Until further notice Long Beach’s website
Los Angeles City July 2, 2020 Until further notice Los Angeles City’s FAQs
Los Angeles County(All unincorporated areas and cities in LA County except for Long Beach and Pasadena)  July 4, 2020 Until further notice Los Angeles County’s FAQs.
Marin County May 15, 2020 Until further notice Marin County’s website

Marin County’s press release

Mendocino County July 3, 2020 August 3, 2020 Mendocino County’s FAQs
Merced County July 3, 2020 Until further notice Merced County’s website
Monterey County June 12, 2020 Until further notice Monterey County’s Guidance
Napa County July 8, 2020 Until further notice Napa County’s FAQs
Palm Springs July 1, 2020 Until further notice Palm Springs’s website
Pasadena July 2, 2020 Until further notice Pasadena’s FAQs
Sacramento County July 2, 2020 Until further notice Sacramento County’s FAQs
San Diego County July 7, 2020  Until further notice San Diego County’s FAQs
San Francisco City and   County June 11, 2020 Until further notice San Francisco’s website
San Joaquin County July 2, 2020 Until further notice San Joaquin County’s website
Santa Clara County July 2, 2020 July 13, 2020 Santa Clara County ’s FAQs
San Mateo County June 18, 2020 Until further notice San Mateo County’s FAQs
Santa Barbara County July 6, 2020 July 26, 2020 Santa Barbara’s website
Solano County May 7, 2020 Until further notice Solano County’s website
Sonoma County June 19, 2020 Until further notice Sonoma County’s FAQs
Sutter County July 12, 2020 Until further notice Sutter County’s website
Tulare County July 1, 2020 Until further notice Tulare County’s press release

Tulare County’s website

Ventura County July 2, 2020 Until further notice Ventura County ‘s website
Yuba County May 4, 2020 Until further notice Yuba County’s FAQs

 

Thanks again to our legal assistant Daniska Coronado for these continuing updates. Please use the above links and other online resources for further developments. Requirements of varying strictness continue to change frequently, municipality-by-municipality.

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For more information about coronavirus employment issues, contact Tim Bowles, Cindy Bamforth orHelena Kobrin.

Tim Bowles

Daniska Coronado

July 11, 2020

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