3 Important Public Health Resources for Orange County Residents

COVID19 has locked people in their houses where they are fearful of going outside – to be trapped in your own home is never a good mental state to be in. With this, we believe educating is one of the best ways to raise awareness and calming fears rather than heightening them. It can be hard to turn the media off when you want to stay informed, but even sometimes the media can feel overwhelming. We ask our friends and family to remember their mental health in times such as these. Inhale, exhale, breathe out your anxieties – everything will be okay. We understand many of our loved ones are in the hospital, suffering, or we simply cannot see them due to travel restrictions, but we must remain united. Staying united means lifting each other up in times of trouble and remaining calm when there is chaos. One of the ways we can help ourselves do this is by reading our resources and educating each other. At Caterina’s Club, we read Orange County Health so we hear the facts straight from the government website. From here, we can be sure we remain up to date when we start to feel overwhelmed and educate our friends and family when they feel lost in the pandemic. 

Here are some resources to learn more about what’s going on in Southern California: 


County of Orange Moves into Stage Two of California’s Resiliency Roadmap 

On May 23rd, 2020 – the State of California approved the County of Orange’s plan to accelerate local businesses into Stage Two. In Stage Two, the County of Orange will be allowed to have the following businesses reopen with adaptations:  

  • In-person dining reservations  
  • Retail shopping with social distancing and curbside pickup  
  • Manufacturing  Offices (when telework not possible)  
  • Outdoor Museums 
  •  Limited Services


Statewide Industry Guidance & Regulations 

Before you begin to open your business again or start the process – the state of California recommends the following:

  1. Perform a detailed risk assessment and implement a site-specific protection plan
  2. Train employees on how to limit the spread of COVID-19, including how to screen themselves for symptoms and stay home if they have them
  3. Implement individual control measures and screenings
  4. Implement disinfecting protocols
  5. Implement physical distancing guidelines


County Health Officer Issues Amended Orders and Strong Recommendations to Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19

Another press release was launched by the state of California to notify residents about tips on reducing and slowing the spread of COVID-19 even with Stage Two approvals. With businesses reopening it’s important to continue to take precautions to protect yourself, loved ones, and the general public. 


Be sure to read each following article and use these as resources to guide you throughout Stage Two and as we transition back to normal life, post-COVID-19. For more information about receiving support or guidance during these trouble times, visit our website here. 


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