According to an announcement from California Governor Gavin Newsom’s office and the California Department of Public Health, all industries in the state will be able to resume “normal operations” on June 15.
Governor Newsom stated that the state would only fully reopen if two conditions were met:
- Equitable vaccine availability: If vaccine supply is sufficient for Californians 16 years or older who wish to be inoculated.
- Consistently low burden of disease: Hospitalizations are stable and low, and specifically, hospitalizations among fully vaccinated individuals are low.
When the state reopens, “common-sense health measures,” such as masking will remain in effect, while “testing or vaccination verification requirements will remain in relevant settings.”
Learn more: When the state reopens…