KCLU's Lance Orozco looks at the initial government response on the Central and South Coasts to Governor Newsom's plan to take the next step towards reopening the state's economy.
The governor set the stage for the reopening of some businesses shut down by the coronavirus crisis on the Central and South Coasts. The details haven’t been announced yet, but some retailers could be able to start offering drive-up services on Friday.
KCLU's Lance Orozco reports California Governor Gavin Newsom says that the state could be in stay at home mode for coronavirus potentially into June. He's also taking new steps to insure people comply with social distancing requirements.
Governor Gavin Newsom says California could keep social distancing measures in place for two to three months, much longer that President Trump predicted for the country this week. And now, he’s taken some new steps to deal with people not complying.