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L.A. County Reviews New State Guidelines That Could Move L.A. County Into Stage 3 of Roadmap to Recovery

L.A. County Reviews New State Guidelines That Could Move L.A. County Into Stage 3 of Roadmap to Recovery 1024 512 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

L.A. County Reviews New State Guidelines That Could Move LA County Into Stage 3 of Roadmap to Recovery

County seal superimposed on a photo of the Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration

Los Angeles County is reviewing new guidelines from the State of California that could move LA County into Stage 3 of the Roadmap to Recovery and permit the reopening of key sectors including schools, day camps, museums, entertainment industry production, camping and spectator-free sporting events — as early as June 12.

The Department of Public Health will review the newly issued state guidance, evaluate the County’s COVID-19 metrics and data and consult with the Board of Supervisors to determine how sectors can re-open with safeguards and directives in place to ensure essential physical distancing and infection control.

At this time, Los Angeles County is still under a Safer At Work and In The Community Order. Public and private gatherings of people outside of a single household unit are not permitted except for public protests and faith-based services with limited numbers of participants.

Everyone needs to continue to follow physical distancing and infection control protocols and wear a cloth face covering when in contact with others not in your household.

At this time, still closed are:

  • Nail salons
  • Tattoo shops
  • Gyms and fitness centers
  • Campgrounds
  • Entertainment venues including arcades, bowling alleys, movie theaters, live performance theaters, concert halls, stadiums, arenas, theme parks, gaming facilities and festivals
  • Brewpubs, breweries, bars, pubs, craft distilleries, and wineries that do not offer sit-down, dine-in meals.
  • Indoor museums, galleries and zoos

Click here for a detailed list of what’s open and closed in L.A. County

The plans for reopening are part of a phased progression that provides employees, customers and residents with safety protections to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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