Later, the County also received further guidance from the state about a number of additional sectors that can reopen, with restrictions, as early as Friday, June 12. The County received reopening guidelines for the following industries:
• Bars and wineries
• Museums, galleries, zoos and aquariums
• Professional sports without spectators
• Day camps
• Campgrounds and RV parks
• Family entertainment (bowling alleys, batting cages, etc.)
• Card rooms and racetracks
• Music, film and television production
The County is evaluating the state guidance and will provide a timeline for individual sectors in the coming days. While the state guidance provides public health modifications that should be in place prior to the reopening of individual sectors, the county public health officer will make the final decision about when individual industries can reopen based on local COVID-19 data.
“As we reopen businesses and increase activities, we must continue to be vigilant and maintain strategies to decrease the spread of COVID-19,” said Wilma J. Wooten, M.D., M.P.H, County public health officer. “Practicing good hand hygiene, maintaining physical distance when you come into contact with individuals outside your household and using a face covering help prevent the spread of this virus.”
Symptomatic San Diegans, especially people who participated in recent protests, are encouraged to get tested for COVID-19.
People showing symptoms of COVID-19 should contact their health care provider and arrange for testing. If you don’t have a health care provider, call 2-1-1 and ask for a public health nurse who will give you a referral.
Residents without symptoms who want to get a COVID-19 test should check first with their health care provider. They can also get tested at a state or County site where tests are administered for free.