SLO County new coronavirus rules, schools could open in 2 weeks

September 22, 2020

San Luis Obispo County on Tuesday moved from the most-restrictive purple tier into the moderately-restrictive red tier in the state’s coronavirus monitoring system, a move that will allow schools to reopen K-12 schools.

Regulations relaxed under the red tier:

• Personal care services, like nail salons, tattoo studios, and massage therapy, will be permitted to reopen indoors.

• Restaurants will be permitted to move from outdoor-only operations to limited operations indoors (max 25 percent capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer).

• Places of worship will be permitted to move from outdoor-only operations to limited operations indoors (max 25 percent capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer).

• Movie theaters will be permitted to reopen their doors with limited operations indoors (max 25 percent capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer).

• Gyms and fitness centers will be permitted to move from outdoor-only operations to limited operations indoors (max 10 percent capacity).

• Schools will be permitted to reopen for in-person instruction once our county has been in the red tier for at least two weeks.

If the county rate of new coronavirus cases remains at the level it is today, the county will move into the orange tier in two weeks, which allows indoor business occupancy rates to increase.


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giblets56

Let’s all just stay home getting dumber and fatter so it’s easier to take over our country! People need to wake up!! Our kids NEED to be IN class!


Gramelin

Really Schools can open? What about the Soaring” Cases at Cal Poly? I am ALL for buisness being open, but Schools are another story. The kids are crammed in a small space for hours on end.


Black_Copter_Pilot

If you do the research, I think you will find that the CP cases are a function of partying, not classroom concerns.


Francesca Bolognini

So, let’s just ignore all the American teachers that are already dying with the reopening of schools and the international situations where they have reopened schools only to have cases within the schools and the communities spike, leading to more deaths and a subsequent re-closing of schools and let’s just continue to pressure the government to open our schools because “the economy”. Perhaps if we were sending more of our relief to our citizens and less of it to already highly profitable big businesses and weapons manufacturers, some of us wouldn’t be in such a hurry to sacrifice our families for money. And go ahead and vote me down for “family values”, I know they really aren’t the first thing on your mind.