California Commercial Real Estate Leaders:
The Governor announced our state will move into “Stage 2” of modifying the state’s stay-at-home order. The reasons given include both hitting the health and testing/PPE metrics set in the plan to recovery, but also a recognition that the economics are pushing the state into severe recession and blowing a hole in the state budget, as well as all of our revenues, and pushing unemployment upwards of 19%..
“We must get our economy roaring once again and put paychecks in people’s pockets. But the risk of COVID-19 infection is still real for all Californians and continues to be fatal,” stated the Governor.
With that the governor has released industry/sector-specific guidance for this initial phase of re-opening meant to allow you to plan and prepare for re-opening, make changed needed in your work environment, and adjust practices by employees and help educate your customers.
Here is specific guidance plans pertaining to CBPA Members.
We expect more guidance to follow as we move through Phase 2 and into Phase 3 (i.e. restaurants). A link to the full list for all industries can be found at the end of this email:
Review the guidance, prepare a plan, and post the
checklist for retailers
in your workplace to show customers and employees that you’ve reduced the risk and are open for business.
Information provided by the California Business Property Association and reprinted with permission.