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Trinity County: Public Service Announcement

May 18, 2020

Trinity County – Trinity County Public Health Branch (PHB) has submitted an Attestation for variance of the Governor’s roadmap to reopening California. This document demonstrates our County and PHB readiness to begin to move more quickly through Phase 2 of the state’s plan for reopening. Trinity County’s local variance Attestation can be viewed on the California Department of Public Health website under COVID-19 County Variance Attestation Forms.

List of business activities/sectors now open in Trinity County:

• Destination retail (retail stores), including shopping malls and swap meets • Manufacturers • Logistics • Childcare for those outside of the essential workforce • Office-based businesses (telework remains strongly encouraged) • Select services: car washes, pet grooming, and landscape gardening • Outdoor museums, and open gallery spaces and other public spaces with modifications

Sectors not included in this initial variance in Trinity County:

• Dine-in Restaurants • Schools to remain closed this school year.

Dine-in Restaurants will be opened at a later date, once testing data over a two-week period does not indicate increased coronavirus activity in Trinity County. Further clarification has been posted to in the Allowable Services List.

List of business activities and sectors that are explicitly not allowed to open until stage 3, under Governor Newsom’s order:

• Personal services such as nail salons, tattoo parlors, gyms and fitness studios • Entertainment venues with limited capacities, such as movie theaters, gaming, gambling, and arcade venues, and pro sports • Indoor museums, kids’ museums and gallery spaces, zoos and libraries • Community centers, including public pools, playgrounds, and picnic areas • Limited-capacity religious services and cultural ceremonies • Nightclubs, bars or gaming areas • Concert venues • Live audience sports

• Festivals • Theme parks • Hotels/lodging for leisure and tourism (including non-essential travel) • Higher Education

If you have questions regarding your business and it’s plan for reopening, please email, or call 530-623-8235.

Trinity County PSA_5.18.20
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