HERE’S WHAT CAN AND CAN’T BE OPEN NOW IN SOCAL UNDER GOV. NEWSOM’S NEW FRAMEWORK

by Publisher CoachellaValley | September 1, 2020 7:45 pm

Wondering which businesses in Southern California can reopen? Check out ABC7s new list with the state’s latest guidance.

Most non-essential businesses cannot reopen, here’s what can, and can’t effective Aug. 31:

Appliance repair shops: Open with modifications
Aquariums: Open outdoors only with modifications
Auto repair shops: Open with modifications
Banks and credit unions: Open with modifications
Bars (where no meals provided): Closed
Body waxing studios: Open outdoors only with modifications
Bookstores: Open with modifications, Max 25% capacity
Breweries (where no meals provided): Closed
Brewpubs (where no meals provided): Closed
Cardrooms: Open outdoors only with modifications
Carwashes: Open with modifications
Childcare: Open with modifications
Clothing and shoe stores: Open with modifications, Max 25% capacity
Concert venues: Closed
Convenience stores: Open with modifications
Cultural ceremonies: Open outdoors only with modifications
Dance studios: Open outdoors only with modifications
Day camps: Open with modifications
Distilleries (where no meals provided): Closed
Doctors and dentists: Open with modifications
Dog walkers: Open with modifications
Door-to-door sales and services: Open with modifications
Drive-in theaters: Open outdoors only with modifications
Dry cleaners: Open with modifications
Electricians: Open with modifications
Estheticians: Open outdoors only with modifications
Electrologists: Closed
Family entertainment centers: Open outdoors only with modifications, Kart racing, Mini-golf, Batting cages
Farmers markets: Open with modifications
Festivals: Closed
Fire stations: Open with modifications
Florists: Open with modifications, Max 25% capacity
Food banks: Open with modifications
Gas stations: Open with modifications
Government services: Open with modifications
Grocery stores: Open with modifications, Max 50% capacity
Gyms and fitness centers: Open outdoors only with modifications
Hair salons and barbershops: Open indoors with modifications
Handypersons/general contractors: Open with modifications
Higher education institutions: Open with modifications
Home and furnishing stores: Open with modifications, Max 25% capacit
Hospitals and urgent care: Open with modifications[1]
Hotels and lodging (tourism and individual travel): Open with modifications
HVAC services: Open with modifications
Indoor playgrounds (bounce centers/ball pits/laser tag): Open outdoors only with modifications, Kart racing, Mini-golf, Batting cages
Jewelry stores: Open with modifications, Max 25% capacity
Landscapers: Open with modifications
Laundromats and laundry services: Open with modifications
Libraries: Open with modifications, Max 25% capacity
Live theaters: Closed
Massage therapy studios: Open outdoors only with modifications
Movie theaters: Open outdoors only with modifications
Museums: Open outdoors only with modifications
Nail salons: Open outdoors only with modifications
Nightclubs: Closed
Offices (non-essential businesses): Work remotely
Pet groomers: Open with modifications
Pharmacies: Open with modifications
Piercing shops: Closed
Places of worship: Open outdoors only with modifications
Plumbing services: Open with modifications
Police stations: Open with modifications
Professional sports: Open, without live audiences, with modifications
Pubs (where no meals provided): Closed
Racetracks (without spectators): Open outdoors only with modifications
Residential and janitorial cleaning services: Open with modifications
Restaurants (dine-in): Open outdoors only with modifications
Restaurants (take-out and delivery): Open with modifications
Retailers: Open with modifications, Max 25% capacity
Satellite wagering sites: Open outdoors only with modifications
Saunas and steam rooms: Closed
Shopping malls: Open indoors with modifications, Max 25% capacity, Common areas closed, Food courts closed
Short-term lodging rentals (tourism and individual travel): Open with modifications
Skin care and cosmetology services: Open outdoors only with modifications
Sporting goods stores: Open with modifications, Max 25% capacity
State and local government offices: Open with modifications
Tattoo parlors: Closed
Theme parks: Closed
Toy stores: Open with modifications, Max 25% capacity
Wineries: Open outdoors only with modifications
Yoga studios: Open outdoors only with modifications
Zoos: Open outdoors only with modifications

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