CA Governor Lays Out Plans to Eventually Lift Coronavirus Restrictions


In a press conference Tuesday afternoon California Governor Gavin Newsom spoke about the status of the COVID-19 “Shelter-in-Place” order, announcing a list of preliminary criteria that would need to be met in order to loosen the mandatory lockdown measures. While Newsom did not unveil a hard date to lift the restrictions and re-open California, he did emphasize that social distancing is yielding positive results, and if things continue to move in the right direction, the state could look at slowly rolling back limitations, little by little.

“In two weeks, if we see continuing decline not just in hospitalizations but ICUs, and PPE needs… ask me then,” Newsom said, in regards to an exact timeline. “We’ll be in a very different place. I know you want a timeline. But we can’t get ahead of ourselves. Let’s not make the mistake of pulling…

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