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Life After June 15th - Beyond the Blueprint

Life After June 15th - Beyond the Blueprint

Life After June 15th - Beyond the Blueprint

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California fully opens its economy today.



As we emerge from this challenging season of life, we could not be more impressed by our community and honored to serve our incredible, local businesses.


Last March, Gina stated:


"It is in times like these that the human spirit shines brightest. This spirit of unwavering determination and selfless compassion resides within the hearts of all who live here. Let us take this time to appreciate all we have worked so hard to gain and the loved ones around us that give us strength to move forward. With the right precautions and health measures we can mitigate the impact on our community. We love this city and know its residents have what it takes to see this through." 


Join us as we reflect on the timelessness of this quote, the deep truth it speaks and all of the many ways we have grown and what we have learned. 


Celebrate with us as we move beyond the Blueprint.

Beyond the Blueprint Framework
Updated Face Coverings Q&A

Excerpt from the State Public Health Officer Order of June 11, 2021 


​At this point in the COVID-19 pandemic, California is prepared to enter a new phase. We have made significant progress in vaccinating individuals and reducing community transmission thanks to the steps taken by Californians.


The COVID-19 vaccines are effective in preventing infection, disease, and spread. Unvaccinated persons are more likely to get infected and spread the virus which is transmitted through the air and concentrates indoors.


We must remain vigilant against variants of the disease especially given high levels of transmission in other parts of the world and due to the possibility of vaccine escape. For these reasons, COVID-19 remains a concern to public health and, in order to prevent its spread, limited and temporary public health requirements remain necessary at this time.  


State Public Health Officer Order of June 11, 2021 

Workplace Update

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New COVID-19 Workplace Mask Rules Align with CDC Recommendations


The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) released new, revised language outlining proposed COVID-19 workplace rules as the state prepares to re-open tomorrow. 


Importantly, the present emergency regulation remains in effect until the new proposed text is passed by the Standards Board and approved by the Office of Administrative Law (OAL)—meaning the new text will not go into effect until some time after June 15. The Cal/OSHA Standards Board will vote on these revisions to the Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) at their next meeting on June 17.

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