It’s not much, but Los Angeles County announced the very first steps in easing stay-at-home rules that have slowed the spread of coronavirus.
While some counties have defied the state and reopened widely, Los Angeles County said its easing efforts are much more modest, given the region remains the epicenter of coronavirus in California with more than 1,300 deaths.
Florists, car dealers and various types of brick-and-mortar stores — including those that sell toys, music, books, clothing and sporting goods — will be allowed to be open for curbside pickup only. In-store shopping will not be permitted.
Here are details:
Nonessential business: reopening for curbside pick-up with adherence to distancing and infection-control protocols
Outdoor parks and recreational facilities are open provided all activities adhere to distancing and infection-control protocols
These rules remain:
Wear a face covering