Los Angeles residents are doing their part to follow the city's "Safer at Home" Order, which has helped slow the spread of COVID-19. Although the curve has flattened, the COVID-19 pandemic still remains in Los Angeles.
As Los Angeles moves into its first stage of recovery, all residents, business owners and employees are required to continue to observe and practice all COVID-19 physical distancing requirements and infection control practices.
On the evening of May 6th, Los Angeles City Mayor Eric Garcetti announced that
certain businesses in Los Angeles will be allowed to open, along with most of the city's golf courses and park trails, this weekend.
Beginning on May 8th, the following non-essential businesses will be allowed to offer online/phone order and curbside pickup ONLY.
- Clothing stores
- Music stores
- Sporting goods stores
- Toy stores
- Car dealership showrooms (open for sales with adherence to physical distancing and infection control protocols)
Please note that face coverings are required for all customers and workers at these businesses, and adherence to physical distancing and infection control protocols are required.
The following outdoor parks and recreational facilities will begin reopening on May 9th provided all activities adhere to social distancing and infection control protocols:
- Golf courses (not including pro-shops or dine-in restaurants)
, everyone in Los Angeles should be prepared to proceed carefully — to ensure that we do not create a surge of infections. Angelenos should continue to wear face coverings in public, avoid coming into close contact with other individuals, and practice social distancing of at least 6 feet. Everyone should continue to limit travel and non-essential activities, and stay home as much as possible.
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