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California’s Coronavirus Response Statewide and Local August 7, 2020

The saga continues.

After a month or more of eased restrictions, California’s “Statewide Public Health Officer Order”  (July 13, 2020) required all counties to close indoor operations for • dine-in restaurants, • wineries and tasting rooms, • movie theaters, • family entertainment centers (for example: bowling alleys, miniature golf, batting cages and arcades), • zoos and museums, and • card rooms.

With exception for any outdoor dining services, bars, brewpubs, breweries, and pubs were also to close all operations.

The new order also specified that counties remaining on the California County Monitoring List for three consecutive days are required to shut down: • gyms and fitness centers, • places of worship and cultural ceremonies including weddings and funerals, • offices for non-critical infrastructure sectors, • personal care services such as nail salons and body waxing, • hair salons and barbershops, • shopping malls, • shops that offer tattoos, • piercings, and • electrolysis.

We count 20 counties which have rescinded their local orders to follow statewide guidances: • Colusa • Calaveras • El Dorado • Fresno • Inyo • Kern • Kings • Lake • Mono • Monterrey • Nevada • Placer • Riverside • San Benito • San Bernardino • San Luis Obispo • Santa Cruz • Stanislaus • Tehama and • Yolo.

Other counties and many cities continue with “safer at home” or “shelter in place” ordinances similar to or stricter than Sacramento’s statewide directives. To our knowledge, as of August 7, 2020:

City or County Effective Date Expiration Date Resources
Alameda County July 20, 2020 Until further notice Alameda County’s FAQs
Berkeley July 18, 2020 Until further notice City of Berkeley’s website
Contra Costa County July 12, 2020 Until further notice Contra Costa County’s FAQs
Culver City July 21, 2020 Until further notice Culver City’s FAQs
Humboldt County June 17, 2020 Until further notice Humboldt County’s FAQs
Imperial County July 2, 2020 Until further notice Imperial County’s FAQs

Amended Health Officer Order – Isolation Non-Immunocompromised (7.23.20)

Amended Health Officer Order – Isolation Immunocompromised and/or Critically Ill (7.23.20)

Long Beach July 14, 2020 Until further notice Long Beach’s website
Los Angeles City July 31, 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 18, 2020 Until further notice  

Los Angeles County’s FAQs.

Marin County May 15, 2020 Until further notice Marin County’s website
Mendocino County August 3, 2020 August 14, 2020 Mendocino County’s FAQs
Merced County August 4, 2020 Until further notice Merced County’s website
Napa County July 18, 2020 Until further notice Napa County’s FAQs
Palm Springs July 31, 2020 Until further notice Palm Springs’s website
Pasadena July 20, 2020 Until further notice Pasadena’s website
Sacramento County July 14, 2020 Until further notice Sacramento County’s FAQs
San Diego County July 29, 2020 Until further notice San Diego County’s FAQs
San Francisco City and County July 20, 2020 Until further notice San Francisco’s website
San Joaquin County July 29, 2020 Until further notice San Joaquin County’s website
Santa Clara County July 13, 2020 Until further notice Santa Clara County ’s FAQs

Santa Clara County’s guidance

San Mateo County July 14, 2020 Until further notice San Mateo County’s FAQs

San Mateo County’s press release

Santa Barbara County July 14, 2020 August 12, 2020 Santa Barbara’s website
Solano County July 20, 2020 Until further notice Solano County’s website
Sonoma County July 12, 2020 Until further notice Sonoma County’s FAQs
Sutter County July 12, 2020 Until further notice Sutter County’s website

Sutter County’s press release

Tulare County July 1, 2020 Until further notice Tulare County’s FAQs 

Tulare County’s website

Ventura County July 16, 2020 Until further notice Ventura County ‘s website

Ventura County’ s FAQs

Yuba County July 12, 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.

See also:

For more information, contact Tim BowlesCindy Bamforth or Helena Kobrin.

Tim Bowles

Daniska Coronado

August 7, 2020

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