SACRAMENTO – Even as Gov. Gavin Newsom lifts the most stringent pandemic restrictions on public life in California, he will keep in place the underlying state of emergency that has been the basis of 15 months of coronavirus guidelines.
Newsom made official on Friday that California would return to near normalcy next week, signing orders from the leaders to end the original statewide stay-at-home order and the subsequent tiered plan for reopening. . As of June 15, there will no longer be reduced capacity for businesses, physical distancing requirements or limitations for out-of-state travelers.