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South Pasadena News and Updates from City Manager Stephanie DeWolfe

Please add your considered responses to the Governor’s survey, which seeks public input on how California’s phased return to business as usual can be safely and successfully implemented.

  • California is building a roadmap for modifying the statewide Stay-at-Home order while maintaining community health and resiliency.
California Resilience Roadmap Stages

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Stage 1: Safety and preparedness. This is where we are now. Continue to build out testing, contact tracing, PPE, and hospital surge capacity. Making essential workforce environments as safe as possible. Prepare sector-by-sector safety guidelines for expanded workforce.

Stage 2: Lower Risk Workplaces. Gradually opening some lower risk workplaces with adaptations. Retail (e.g. curbside pickup), manufacturing, offices (when telework is not possible), more public spaces.

Stage 3: Higher Risk Workplaces. Open higher risk environments with adaptations and limits on size of gatherings. Personal care (hair and nail salons, gyms), entertainment venues (movie theaters, sports without live audiences), in-person religious services (churches, weddings). 

Stage 4: End of Stay-At-Home Order. Re-open highest risk environments and venues once therapeutics have been developed. Concerts, convention centers, live audience sports.

  • The Governor is seeking feedback on physical and environmental adaptations that can make workplaces safer and protect our communities.

5/1/2020

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