Newsom recently announced six factors that
will serve as a framework before California's economy will be reopened. Here are the six
-Protect high risk groups, including seniors and
those with underlying health conditions
-Ensure hospitals have enough beds and supplies
to care for patients
-Ability to develop treatments to meet demand
-Ability of schools and businesses to support physical distancing
-Ability to decide when to re-institute stay-at-home orders if needed
The Governor indicated that there is not a
precise timeline for modifying the stay-at-home order, but that these six
factors will help determine how to move forward. However, he signaled there would need to be a
decline in hospital and ICU admissions for two weeks for modifications to
Governor Newsome, also noted that things would look different
in California when the stay-at-home order is lifted. For example,
restaurants will have fewer tables and classrooms will be reconfigured.
A big step towards reopening our state will be for Californians to continue
social distancing measures; which are greatly working to help flatten our
curve of hospitalizations.
Things are progressing slowly, but this is good news for
is an honor to represent you!
Please do not hesitate to contact my district office at
or email me at Assemblymember.Obernolte@assembly.ca.gov if you have any
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Obernolte represents the 33rd Assembly District, which includes
the San Bernardino County communities of Adelanto, Apple Valley, Baker,
Barstow, Big Bear City, Big Bear Lake, Big River, Crestline, Fort Irwin,
Hesperia, Johnson Valley, Lake Arrowhead, Lenwood, Lucerne Valley, Needles, Oak
Hills, Phelan, Running Springs, Silver Lakes, Trona, Twentynine Palms Base,
Twin Peaks and Victorville.