New Order Issued by Ventura County Health Officer Offers Options for Businesses, Recreation, Gatherings
On April 18, the Ventura County Public Health Officer issued a new order for the County in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This order outlines the activities permitted within the County limits and the restrictions ordered for persons who reside within Ventura County. This order will be in effect from April 19 through May 15th, 2020 unless updated, extended or amended by the Ventura County Health Officer. The Health Officer will continue to assess the quickly evolving situation, may issue additional orders related to COVID-19 and will review this Order within two weeks of its effective date.
The new Stay Well At Home order follows the same regulations as the previous orders related to Essential Businesses, Permanent Food Facilities, Grocery Stores and others providing food, beverages, and other essential products, and the requirement to post social distancing protocol in their place of business.
New Updates Include:
The order outlines a partial list of non-essential businesses ordered to close, as well as non-essential activities ordered to cease. Essential Businesses, Essential Travel, and other details are explained in the order.
For the full order and detailed explanations, please click here.