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|Solano County COVID-19 Roadmap to Recovery|Español 5/27/20 UPDATE:
Solano County amends health order to reopen hair salons and barbershops; places of worship can reopen with modifications Press Release [Spanish]
Per the Health Order (updated 5/26/20), Solano County's Roadmap to Recovery looks at businesses and activities by their level of risk and the potential impact to the health of Solano County's community members.
We are now in alignment with the state's roadmap at Stage 2B. See the table for a comparison of the County vs. the state's roadmap:
Guidance for Businesses and Services
Here are state and local guidance for businesses and services to review and develop protocols for reopening safely.
- NEW Hair salons and barbershops
- NEW Places of worship
- NEW Destination retail including shopping malls and swap meets
- NEW Retail stores (in-store shopping) including bookstores, jewelry stores, toy stores, clothing and shoe stores, home and furnishing stores, sporting good stores and florists
- NEW Restaurants (in-dining services)
- Healthcare services for routine appointments (e.g. dental services, physical therapy, optometry, acupuncture, chiropractic offices etc.)
- Office workspaces
- Agriculture and livestock
- Auto dealerships
- Communications infrastructure
- County and city/local parks (except playgrounds, campgrounds and beaches)*
*Some county and local parks may choose to remain closed as of this time
- Outdoor recreational activities (including golf, tennis, hiking, and boating)
- Additional services: car washes, pet grooming, landscape gardening
- Outdoor museums, and open gallery spaces and other public spaces with modifications
Additional industry guidance can be found at: https://covid19.ca.gov/industry-guidance/
Where can I find signages to remind staff and customers about physical distancing?
Practice Physical Distancing (English, Spanish, Tagalog)
CDC Stop the Spread of Germs (English) (Spanish) (Tagalog) (combined languages)
Reminders for the Community
All community members are still asked to follow the same guidelines of staying home as much as possible, wearing a cloth face covering when out in public settings, covering coughs and sneezes with a tissue, and washing hands frequently throughout the day.