California launches cautious reopening plan that will allow limited-capacity dining in for certain counties

This article was written by Lisa Jennings with NRN.

Restaurants in California on Monday began walking a new, more-cautious path to reopening for dine-in service outlined by Gov. Gavin Newsom last week.

Newsom’s complicated Blueprint for a Safer Economy creates an updated color-coded tier system for each county to achieve certain COVID-19-reduction milestones before restrictions are gradually loosened. The framework is based on the average count of new coronavirus cases per 100,000 people per day, as well as the average positivity rate. 

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