‘Safer At Home’ Health Order
Effective May 27, 2020, the City of Long Beach announced that in-person retail businesses, office-based businesses and places of worship may reopen with restrictions, in alignment with the State of California and Los Angeles County.
The revised Safer at Home Health Order, details requirements and restrictions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Establishments must implement and post a Physical Distancing Protocol prior to reopening.
All in-store retail operations and office-based businesses must:
- Maintain physical distancing to the maximum extent possible, including: retail can only open up to 50% of maximum capacity and office-based businesses are strongly encouraged to still prioritize telework.
- Enact cleaning and disinfecting protocols, including frequent hand washing.
- Require face coverings when in close contact with other people.
- Maintain processes to identify cases of illness and intervene quickly.
- Make worksite-specific plans for operating during this public health emergency, and train employees on these plans.
For additional information, refer to the Safer at Home Health Order.
Please see the links to additional information and resources below.
- Physical Distancing Protocol (Reopening Checklist) (Spanish) (Tagalog) - All essential businesses, non-essential retail, golf courses and tennis centers shall prepare and post a Physical Distancing Protocol (Reopening Checklist) at each facility in the city frequented by the public or employees.
- Retail Physical Distancing Protocol (Spanish) (Khmer) (Tagalog)
- Golf Physical Distancing Protocol (Spanish) (Khmer) (Tagalog)
- Tennis Physical Distancing Protocol (Spanish) (Khmer) (Tagalog)
- Outdoor Equipment Rental Services Protocol
- Small Charter Services Protocol
- General Checklist for Office Workspaces
- General Checklist for Retail Employers
- California Department of Public Health COVID-19 Industry Guidance: Automobile Dealerships and Rentals
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Guidance for Reopening Buildings After Prolonged Shutdown or Reduced Operation
- Essential Activities and Businesses
- Changes to Alcohol Sales
- Memos to Businesses
- Print-Yourself Posters