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List: What’s Allowed in Bay Area’s Revised Stay-at-Home Order

New updated order includes eased restrictions on construction, certain outdoor businesses and some outdoor activities

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The stay-at-home order impacting much of the Bay Area has officially been extended through May 31, but some coronavirus-related restrictions have been eased.

Officials say, effective Monday, the following can resume with certain protocols:

  • construction projects,
  • real estate transactions,
  • childcare establishments, summer camps, and educational and recreational programs,
  • businesses that normally operated outdoors prior to shelter-at-home orders,
  • and the use of certain outdoor recreational facilities, such as golf courses and skate parks.

View a partial summary of the revised order below. You can also view the full order here.

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