STANISLAUS COUNTY, Calif. — Modesto, Turlock, and the rest of Stanislaus County have gotten the green light to reopen their dine-in and retail options.
Stanislaus County Supervisor Kristin Olsen announced Wednesday that the county's attestation was approved by the state. The move means dine-in restaurants and retail businesses like shopping centers are clear to return in the county, with some modifications.
“Our goal is to open Stanislaus County in a way that minimizes the risk for COVID-19 transmission, and we have a business community that is committed to reopening safely and responsibly to ensure our residents remain healthy and safe,” said Dr. Julie Vaishampayan, Stanislaus County Health Officer. “I have faith that members of our community will do their part in preventing the spread of the coronavirus, because that is what it is going to take for all of us to succeed including washing hands frequently, staying home when sick, and wearing a face covering”.
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