California Resilience Roadmap
The California Resilience Roadmap is the California Department of Public Health four stage plan for reopening California, protecting public health and safety while allowing business & services to resume.
CURRENT STAGE: Stage 2 with Approved County Variance
|Permitted after June 12|
|What's Permitted*||Not Permitted|
|Schools||Personal services such as nail salons, tattoo parlors, body waxing|
|Day Camps||Indoor playgrounds such as bounce centers, ball pits and laser tag|
|Casinos Operated by Sovereign Tribal Nations||Live theater|
|Music, Film and Television Production||Saunas and steam rooms|
|Professional Sports without Live Audiences||Nightclubs|
|Campgrounds, RV Parks, and Outdoor Recreation||Concert venues|
|Hotels (for tourism and individual travel)||Festivals|
|Cardrooms, Satellite Wagering Facilities, and Racetracks||Theme Parks|
|Movie Theaters and Family Entertainment Centers||Higher Education|
|Restaurants, Bars, and Wineries|
|Gyms and Fitness Centers|
|Museums, Galleries, Zoos, and Aquariums|
|Office-based businesses (telework remains strongly encouraged)|
|Select services: car washes, pet grooming and landscape gardening|
|Destination retail (retail stores), including shopping malls and swap meets|
|Hair Salons & Barbershops|
|Places of Worship|
Resources to Help You Open Safely and Responsibly
- Guidance for Hair Salons and Barbershops
- Guidance for Casinos
- Guidance for Movie Theaters and Family Entertainment Centers
- Guidance for Restaurants, Bars, and Wineries
- Guidance for Zoos and Museums
- Guidance for Gyms and Fitness Centers
- Guidance for Hotels and Short Term Rentals
- Guidance for Cardrooms and Race Tracks
- Guidance for Campgrounds and Outdoor Recreation
- Statewide Industry Guidance to Reduce Risk
- Good 2 Go Stanislaus
- Business Social Distancing Protocol (English|Spanish) [pdf]
- Outdoor Sports Facility Social Distancing Protocol (English|Spanish) [pdf]
- May 12, 2020 - Public Health Order - Food Manufacturing Facilities (English|Spanish) [pdf]
Additional Resources for Businesses
- Federal Stimulus - CARES Act Assistance For Small Businesses [pdf]
- Employment Development Department
- Guidance on Requirements to Protect Workers from Coronavirus
- California Restaurant Association Coronavirus Resources
- California Department of Insurance Coronavirus Resources
- Facebook Small Business Grants Program
- State of California Guidance for Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers [pdf]
- U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security Guidance on Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers [pdf]
- State of California Employment & Taxes
- Central California Small Business Assistance
- State of California Business & Economic Development
- Federal Disaster Loans for Businesses
- Non-Profit Financial & Technical Assistance
Effective 9.22.2020, per California Department of Public Health, nail salons can open indoors with modifications. See the CDPH COVID-19 Industry Guidance: Expanded Personal Care Services for additional guidance and recommendations for safe reopening.
As of August 31, 2020, counties in Tier 1 may open some businesses and activities with modifications, including all retail, shopping centers at maximum 25% capacity, and hair salons and barbershops indoors.
Other Personal Services and Massage remain closed in Stanislaus County unless operating outdoors.
Coronavirus in Stanislaus County
As of 9/30/2020 at 5pm.
Stanislaus County Health Services Agency testing numbers include those reported through the State infectious disease reporting system. The numbers do not necessarily include those routed through a commercial laboratory. All positive cases must be reported to Public Health.
NOTE: Cases are the number of unique, postive COVID-19 cases reported to Stanislaus County. Please note that due to the time of data retrieval, this total number may differ from the total number reported by CDPH.