Museums, zoos, campgrounds and gyms such as FIT Athletic may open June 12 – 15th! California broadly relaxed its coronavirus-related shutdowns on Friday, moving to allow professional sports to be played without audiences, and reopen day camps, gyms, museums and zoos.
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In California, the new rules allow athletes and staff to participate in sports but say they should adhere to health guidelines agreed upon by their unions.
Day camps for children may open. However, the state recommends that children are organized into small groups that do not mix with other groups. Also, that individuals remain six feet apart.
State guidance released Monday adds movie theaters to a long list of entertainment and other businesses that can start reopening as the nation’s most populous state relaxes its stay-at-home order. Counties that meet certain metrics can start reopening movie theaters, bowling alleys, gyms, day camps and a handful of other businesses starting Friday.
The state recommends movie theaters implement reservation systems and limit seating and suggests moviegoers wear masks. Film and TV production may also resume subject to labor agreements.
In San Diego, county health officials have reviewed the guidance and the following businesses can also open:
- Swimming pools, including condominiums and community pools (See local guidance)
- Hotels and other rental properties for tourism and individual travel
- Card rooms, racetracks and satellite wagering facilities
- Family entertainment (bowling alleys, batting cages)
- Zoos, galleries, museums and aquariums
- Film/TV production
- Professional sports without spectators