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South Pasadena News and Updates from City Manager Stephanie DeWolfe

The Health Officer Order Blueprint for a Safer Economy – Yellow Tier Risk Reduction Measures was recently updated.  Changes are highlighted in yellow: Revised to permit the operation of Overnight Organized/Children’s Camps in compliance with the requirements of Appendix K-1.  Owners and operators must give prior notice of intended operation to County Environmental Health to …

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The following sectors are permitted to reopen: As of October 1st, nail salons may reopen for indoor services, limited at 25 percent occupancy. Nail salons are encouraged to continue to offer services outdoors, where the air circulation is better and there is lower risk of disease transmission. October 5th, cardrooms are permitted to reopen for …

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New State COVID-19 Framework Last Friday, the State of California released a new tiered framework to more easily communicate the extent of community transmission in counties across the state. The above graphic is a summary of: 1) the state’s tiers, 2) the indicators they are tracking, and 3) how counties are being classified (as having …

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School Services LA County has announced a revised Health Officer Order (HOO) and reopening protocols for two sectors in the county. Beginning Monday, September 14, 2020, K-12 schools may offer in-school services for small cohorts of (up to 12) students with: Individualized Education Plans (IEP); Requiring instruction for English as a Second Language; Or needing assessments …

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LA County’s Department of Public Health (DPH) has issued reopening protocols for hair salons, barbershops and personal care establishments in the County. The following are highlights from today’s protocols, which have been updated to reflect new State guidance: Hair Salons & Barbershops  Businesses must establish an outdoor reception area where customers can check in while …

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