On May 7th, it became possible for the first time for counties demonstrating significant success in disease containment and treatment capacity to apply for a “variance” on the existing Stay-At-Home order. This marked the beginning of our state’s transition into a limited Stage 2 reopening, which included manufacturing locations, certain office spaces, some limited personal services, and curbside pick-up for some non-essential retail stores.
Then, during the week of May 18th, the County of San Diego submitted an “attestation” and was approved for additional variances to allow dine-in restaurants and non-essential retail locations to move forward with individualized safe reopening plans. This marked our county’s transition into a complete Stage 2 reopening.
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