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County Receives a Variance from the State Re-Opening Dine-In Restaurants, Barbershops, and Hair Salons with Protocols

The State issued a variance to Los Angeles County, granting permission to the County to allow dine-in restaurants, barbershops, and salons to re-open with protocols.
Post Date:05/29/2020 6:00 PM

Press Release: County Receives a Variance from the State Re-Opening Dine-In Restaurants, Barbershops, and Hair Salons with Protocols (PDF)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Bruce Moe, City Manager
City of Manhattan Beach
(310) 802-5053
www.citymb.info

PRESS INQUIRIES:

George Gabriel, Senior Management Analyst
(310) 802-5054

County Receives a Variance from the State Re-Opening Dine-In Restaurants, Barbershops, and Hair Salons with Protocols

Manhattan Beach, CA (May 29, 2020) - Today, the State issued a variance to Los Angeles County, granting permission to the County to allow dine-in restaurants, barbershops, and salons to re-open with protocols. The re-opening protocols, issued by the Los Angeles County Public Health Officer moments ago and applicable to Manhattan Beach restaurants, barbershops, and hair salons, can be found at the following link: Los Angeles re-opening protocols for dine-in restaurants, barbershops, and hair salons.

At a special meeting held this Memorial Day, the City Council authorized a letter of support for a variance from COVID-19 health orders issued by the State. Los Angeles County submitted a request for a Countywide variance on Wednesday, and Governor Gavin Newsom granted it today. 

“This is a major milestone for Manhattan Beach. Our restaurants and hair salons are a beloved part of our community, and a vital part of our economy. I commend my colleagues for meeting so frequently, including on Memorial Day, to take official action to advocate on behalf of our businesses and residents,” said Mayor Richard Montgomery. The Mayor added, “While we move into this new phase of our recovery, it is important that our local businesses and community follow the important protocols set by the County for re-opening.”

The County of Los Angeles requires face coverings when in close contact around others. Visit the Center for Disease Control for guidance on how to properly wear and care for your face covering or the LA County Department of Public Health’s guidance.

The City has launched a new Recover MB website to provide additional information regarding recovery efforts specific to Manhattan Beach based on the Public Health Orders issued by the County.

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