• California Coalition For A Safe Reopening

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    We continue to fight for a Safe Open economy that provides mandatory testing and recovery centers, more funding for business interruptions by government shut downs and recovery centers.  We must find solutions for the long run – to be safe, yet open. 

    Support the California Coalition for Safe Re-Opening's Three Point Economic and Public Health Recovery Plan, which was formed following Governor Newsom’s order to temporarily close indoor dining and operations for restaurants in 19 counties less than a month after allowing them to reopen.

    The plan includes the following crucial measures:
    1. Require the State to use emergency funds to supplement funding for county health departments and enforcement divisions that oversee adherence to reopening regulations. That would include authorizing counties to grant immediate reopening for all restaurants and bars that demonstrate compliance with that county’s reopening regulations, in accordance with state regulations.
    2. The creation of a California COVID-19 Emergency Business Interruption Fund to provide grants to businesses to cover expenses related to safe reopening in June 2020, as well as all losses including displaced revenue related to the July 1st closure order and future unanticipated closures.
    3. Creation of a Safe Re-Opening Task Force which would work directly with state and local officials in the implementation of Mandatory Testing and creation of Recovery Centers as the dual alternative to shutting down segments of the economy.

    "One Click Politics" link allows people, businesses, and organizations to easily sign on with us and send a letter to the State Senator and Assemblymember in our district or your district address. 
  • SUPPORT OUR CALIFORNIA COALITION FOR SAFE RE-OPENING! 

     

    "ONE CLICK POLITICS" LINK ALLOWS PEOPLE, BUSINESSES, AND ORGANIZATIONS
    TO EASILY SIGN ON WITH US AND SEND A LETTER TO THE STATE SENATOR AND ASSEMBLYMEMBER
    ​IN OUR DISTRICT OR YOUR DISTRICT ADDRESS. 

     
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  • BUSINESS OWNERS:  STATE REQUIRES EMPLOYERS TO PROVIDE EMPLOYEES WITH MEDICAL GRADE MASKS, AND YOU CAN ACQUIRE THEM AT NO OR LOW COST

    The LA County Department of Public Health (LADPH) updated its Health Officer Order on March 22, 2022 to lift mask requirements in most venues outside of health facilities.  Employers still need to follow OSHA guidelines and offer well fitting medical grade N95, or KN95, KF94 or respirators to employees who work indoors and have contact with other workers, customers or members of the public.

    FREE PPE packages, including N95 masks, are available through PPE Unite at http://www.ppeunite.org or by calling (747)224-7742. The City of Los Angeles also has low-cost N95 masks available for purchase at http://www.lovla.org

    Also, employers are required to report any cluster of worksite COVID-19 cases. A cluster is when three (3) or more laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 are known or reported at the worksite within a 14-day period. Reports to LAC DPH should be made as soon as possible and no later than 48 hours after reports or knowledge of at least three cases. Report to LAC DPH online or by phone: 1-888-397-3993.