Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that some retail stores across the state can reopen with modifications as early as Friday this week amid growing pressure to ease the stay-at-home order that has cratered the California economy, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Under the new statewide COVID-19 guidelines, the governor said bookstores, music stores, toy stores, florists, sporting goods retailers and others can reopen for pickup, and manufacturing and logistics can resume in the retail supply chain. Newsom said more detailed guidelines on the businesses that can resume limited operations would be released later this week.
READ MORE HERE: