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BREAKING NEWS March 31: Ventura County Public Health Officer orders additional limitations on activities and businesses

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Ventura County Public Health Officer Dr. Robert Levin on March 31 issued a modified "Stay Well at Home" Order, ordering further limitations on activities and business to help reduce the number of rising COVID-19 cases.

The order is reproduced here.

To read the order on the link, visit: https://vcportal.ventura.org/covid19/docs/March_31_2020_Order.pdf

 

The modified order extends Ventura County Public Health Officer Dr. Robert Levin’s previous orders of March 17 and 20 and extends them to April 19. It also imposes additional limitations on activities and entities. 
Dr. Levin’s order remains in place, except where inconsistent with more restrictive limitations set out in this order.
Violation or failure to comply with this order is a misdemeanor, punishable by fine, imprisonment, or both.

 

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The order includes:

— Procedures for takeout restaurants and entities. 
Licensed, permanent food facilities that have been allowed to prepare and offer food via delivery service, pick-up or drive-thru must comply with the following procedures:
a. Containers required.
b. Must consume food away from premises.
c. 6-foot spacing must be maintained.
— Essential businesses must limit activities to essential goods and services.
— Swimming pools and hot tubs to close, except those at a single-family residence, which shall be used only by members of the household, residing at the single-family residence.
— Campgrounds and RV parks to close. Only those who certify that their RV is their primary residence may be permitted to stay in the RV park.
— All county parks were closed as of 5 p.m. March 31.
— Long-term care facilities may not refuse to admit any person who has been diagnosed with or treated for COVID-19 after that person has been discharged from a healthcare facility and approved for admittance to a long-term care facility by the Ventura County Public Health Department.
— Door-to-door solicitations must cease.

Also, on March 31, the Ventura County Office of Emergency Services has released a new map showing the numbers of COVID-19 cases in Ventura County:

 https://vcoes.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/b0c21ac2a7ed47c1bb01aa9267962401 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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