Last weekend was the first glimpse of LA’s new normal. Under phase two of Governor Gavin Newsom’s reopening plan for California, several non-essential businesses — including clothing stores, bookshops, and sporting goods stores — were allowed to serve customers. Some formerly-closed state parks also welcomed hikers. As the state slowly reopens, people are cautiously rediscovering their routines.
LA businesses begin to reopen
From this Episode:
Angelenos hit the trails and shops as coronavirus restrictions ease
Governor Gavin Newsom reopened some public spaces and businesses over the weekend as part of his 4-phase plan to lift the COVID-19 quarantine.
Social distance and curbside pick up become the norm as more businesses reopen
The first weekend of eased coronavirus restrictions lined up with Mother’s Day, one of the biggest flower-buying holidays of the year. Florists saw a boom as customers...