Today, May 5, 2020, San Diego County Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed to adopt a framework developed by the Responsible COVID-19 Economic Reopening Advisory Group on how businesses should approach reopening. The framework is made available on the County’s website here.
The plan offers guidelines for businesses on how to protect employees and customers. The County states businesses can use the plan to prepare for when the state permits certain businesses to open. The County did not provide a timeline for when businesses can reopen, but have deferred to the Governor’s plan. The County’s website informs businesses to check back for more information on May 8, 2020. The County recommended businesses permitted to reopen in Phase 2 should prepare the plan. If permitted to reopen, businesses will be required to post the plan, but will not be required to submit it to the County.