By: Woodall's Campground Management
Originally Published on: Jul 16, 2020
On Monday (July 13) Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered all 58 counties to close indoor dining spaces, bars, wineries/tasting rooms, movie theaters, zoos, museums, and other family entertainment. Restaurants are permitted to remain open if they provide outdoor dining and takeout.
Newsom also ordered 30 counties, making up 80% of California’s population, to reclose gyms, fitness centers, churches, malls, hair salons, personal care services, and offices for nonessential sectors.
These announcements come during an increasingly concerning statewide spike in COVID-19 cases. During yesterday’s press conference, Newsom warned that “We’re seeing an increase in the spread of the virus…that’s why it’s incumbent upon us all to recognize soberly that COVID-19 is not going away anytime soon until there is a vaccine or an effective therapy.”
Additionally, California’s two largest school districts announced their upcoming school year will instruct all 700,000 students through online learning, potentially giving momentum to other districts to follow suit as the state navigates the management of coronavirus cases.
CampCalNOW will continue to advocate for RV parks and campgrounds in California to operate safely and effectively for their guests.
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