LA County Health Officer Order, COVID-19 Surveillance Interactive Dashboard, Roadmap to Recovery, Recovery Dashboard, and additional things you can do to protect yourself, your family and your community are all found on the Public Health website: publichealth.lacounty.gov.
November 19, 20120 - County Health Officer Orders (HOOs) and revised protocols below.
- Reopening Safer at Work and in the Community for Control of COVID-19: Blueprint for a Safer Economy – Tier 1 Surge Response, November 19, 2020
- Health Officer Order for the Conditional Opening of Wineries and Breweries for Outdoor Dining Operations with Modifications
- Appendix B: Retail establishments
- Appendix B-1: Retail Food Markets
- Appendix D: Office Based Worksites
- Appendix E: Shopping Center Operators
- Appendix I: Restaurants, Wineries, and Breweries
- Appendix R: Personal care establishments
- Guidance for Food Street Vendors
- Appendix Q: Cardrooms
- Appendix V: Mini-Golf, etc
CA Department of Health
COVID-19 Employer Playbook for Safe Reopening - Published 7/24/20
Industry Guidance to Reduce the Risk & Checklist by Industry
- Hotel Guidance
- Campgrounds, RV Parks and Outdoor Recreation
- Museums, Galleries, Zoos and Aquariums
- Family Entertainment Centers
- Construction Guidance - Checklist
- Delivery Services Guidance - Checklist
- Energy Guidance - Checklist
- Logistics/Warehousing Guidance - Checklist
- Office Workspaces Guidance - Checklist
- Ports Guidance - Checklist
- Real Estate Guidance - Checklist
- Dine-In Restaurant Guidance - Restaurant Checklist
- Restaurants, Bars & Wineries (6/5/20 release)
- Retail Guidance - Checklist
- Reopening Protocol for Car Dealerships: Appendix D
- Reopening Protocol for Golf Courses: Appendix B
- Reopening Protocol for for Use of Public Trails: Appendix C
- Reopening Protocol - Beaches
- Reopening Protocol - Bike Parks
- Reopening Protocol - Community Gardens
- Reopening Protocol - Trails
- Reopening Protocol - Warehousing, Manufacturing and Logistic
- Reopening Protocol - Places of Worship
- Reopening Protocol - Hair Salons/Barbershops
- Reopening Protocol - Restaurants (dine in)
- Restaurant Protocol - Updated 6/28/20 with bar closures
Restaurant Toolkit - Dine in Restaurants (link to PDF)
- COVID-19 Prevention Practices
- Physical Distancing Requirements
- Infection Control
- Protecting Employees
- Protecting Customers
- Resources to communicate with your staff and customers
If you don't see your industry in the above list, click to visit the CA.GOV Roadmap website.
All available Guidance Documents from California Dept of Public Health.
Social Distance Protocol
Businesses opening for Stage 1 or 2 must post a SOCIAL DISTANCING PROTOCOL at their business. Businesses must implement all applicable measures listed on the Social Distancing Protocol and be prepared to explain why any measure that is not implemented is inapplicable to the business.
Recommendations based on the following questions: Should you consider opening? Are recommended health and safety actions in place? Is ongoing monitoring in place?
- Workplace Decision Tree
- Mass Transit Decision Tree
- Restaurant and Bar Decision Tree
- Childcare Decision Tree
- Youth Programs and Camps Decision Tree
- Schools Decision Tree
- GBAC STAR™ Facility Accreditation (the industry’s highest standards for cleaning and disinfection of infectious agents like the novel coronavirus)
- OSHA - Guidance on Preparing Workplace for COVID-19 (PDF)
- ISPA - Reopening Checklist (PDF)
- CDC - Guidance for Cleaning & Disinfecting (PDF)
- EPA - Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2
- National Restaurant Association reopening guidelines (PDF)
Charity Governance During the COVID-19 Pandemic -State of CA (PDF)
US Travel Association
U.S. Travel Association Industry Guidance for Promoting the Health and Safety of All Travelers online Toolkit.
This builds upon and aligns with the White House and CDC guidelines for "Opening Up America Again."
Travel in the New Normal
The guidance focuses on six key areas, with suggested approaches outlined under each (view full guidance here):
- Travel businesses should adapt operations, modify employee practices and/or redesign public spaces to help protect employees and customers.
- Travel businesses should consider implementing touchless solutions, where practical, to limit the opportunity for virus transmission while also enabling a positive travel experience.
- Travel businesses should adopt and implement enhanced sanitation procedures specifically designed to combat the transmission of COVID-19.
- Travel businesses should promote health screening measures for employees and isolate workers with possible COVID-19 symptoms and provide health resources to customers.
- Travel businesses should establish a set of procedures aligned with CDC guidance should an employee test positive for COVID-19.
- Travel businesses should follow best practices in food and beverage service to protect the health of employees and customers.