California offices can open with modifications, malls can offer curbside pickup, governor says
California Gov. Gavin Newsom
Rich Pedroncelli | AP
California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Tuesday that state will move further into its reopening process, allowing some offices, malls and outdoor museums to resume operations with modifications.
Newsom said that offices in the state that can’t telework will be allowed to reopen with health safety modifications and shopping malls, strip malls and outlets will be allowed to offer curbside pickup. It wasn’t immediately made clear when the order would take effect.
Car washes, pet grooming and dog walking will also be allowed to resume statewide, he said. Newsom added that the state has now conducted over 1 million tests for the coronavirus and can perform approximately 35,000 per day.
“The worst mistake we can make is to just throw those face coverings off” and think the virus has gone away or is on vacation, Newsom …continued .
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