The California Department of Public Health made the announcement on today. On Twitter, Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn said “all retail stores statewide will now be able to reopen for in-store shopping under the same rules Target and Walmart have been able to operate under throughout this crisis.”
On May 21, she also posted on twitter that she had written a letter to Governor Gavin Newsom proposing that he amend state’s health order to allow all retailers re-open with limited capacity, mask requirements and physical distancing.
“If Target can sell swimsuits or shoes or greeting cards or makeup, why couldn’t some of these smaller retailers – who also sell shoes and swimsuits and greeting cards and makeup – why couldn’t they operate, again, under the same protocols?” Hahn told ABC7 in a Skype interview Monday.
Reopening is subject to approval by county public health departments.
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