LA County Health Order updated July 14, 2020. Includes updated Appendices for a handful of business categories.

In light of Los Angeles County's (and the State of California's) spiking count of COVID-19 infections, the LA County Health Officer issued a revised Health Order on Tuesday, July 14th. The revised order is in line with current State Executive Orders issued by Governor Gavin Newsom and supersedes all prior Orders by the LA County Health Officer.

See the Order here - all new language in the Order is highlighted in yellow

The main changes contained in the revision address

- Protocols for Shopping Center Operators

- Reopening Protocols for: Hair Salons and Barbershops, Gyms and Fitness Establishments, and Personal Care Establishments

- A directive for all Non-Essential office-based business operations to cease. Telework is allowed and encouraged.

- And a general mandate for LA County residents to stay home except for doing Essential activities.

To view any of the Appendices to the Order (reopening protocols for specific types of businesses and environments) visit the LA County Dept. of Public Health's Coronavirus webpage - select "Reopening Protocols" in the What You Should Know section.

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