According to the most recent orders and guidelines from LA County, facilities such as outdoor dining areas and parks are currently allowed to be open.

On September 2, LA County announced that hair salons and barbershops may offer indoor services at 25% occupancy provided they are in full compliance with the Health Officer’s protocols. All other current restrictions remain unchanged at this time.

Based upon a revised health officer order that LA County announced July 13, additional indoor operations must be closed, including gyms and fitness centers, places of worship, indoor protests, nail salons, massage parlors, tattoo parlors, and malls. These closures are in addition to the following types of facilities already required to be closed:  indoor dining, movie theaters, bars, zoos, museums, concerts and beaches.

LA County’s public health orders require individuals to practice physical distancing at all times while out in public and to wear a face covering when in contact with others. They also encourage people to continue to remain in their residences whenever practicable.

[Updated 9/3/2020 4:15 PM]