What California reopening will look like, from food to retail

Businesses might be able to open their doors again soon — but as they adapt to social distancing as a norm, can they keep on the lights?
Sam Dean, Patricia Escárcega, Hugo Martín, Bill Shaikin, Ryan Faughnder • Los Angeles Times • May 6, 2020
Businesses in California may start opening again as soon as Friday. But it won't be business as usual. Social distancing and sanitation protocols are likely to stay in place until testing, contact tracing and a vaccine become widely available....
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