As California reaches 20 million vaccines administered and
COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations have stabilized, the
state announced Tuesday that it is looking to move beyond
the Blueprint for a Safer Economy and fully reopen. On June
15, all industries across the state can return to usual
operations with common-sense risk reduction measures such as
masking and vaccinations.
The California Dept. of Public Health writes that the state
will only progress to this stage if people continue to stay
vigilant, keep wearing masks and getting vaccinated. The
state will monitor hospitalization rates, vaccine access, and
vaccine efficacy against variants with the option to revisit the
June 15 date if needed.
Read more at the California
Dept. of Public Health’s webpage on moving beyond the state’s
Blueprint for a Safer Economy.