What California’s Lifted Stay-At-Home Order Means for Restaurants
On Monday California lifted its stay-at-home order, allowing restaurants and other establishments to reopen. But don’t start celebrating just yet.
Restaurant restrictions and closures due to the coronavirus have varied based on state and county. In early December, as a result of increasing COVID-19 hospitalizations, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced that the Golden State would be split into five regions - the Bay Area, Greater Sacramento, Northern California, San Joaquin Valley, and Southern California. If ICU capacity in a region fell below 15%...
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