START Guide Officially halted in its tracks •


SLA district delegates local control to the State

Open, open, open. The spirit of Mervin’s defunct advertising elicits an ironic echo, both in personal purchases and in the expectation that the Californian trade will awaken from the spring charter.

Long-time residents of the San Luis Obispo district remember Madonna Plaza as a shopping destination. Today, the SLO Ralphs grocery store is located in the same building where Mervyn was – opened as one of the few shops commissioned by SLO County Shelter-at-home to remain open.

Other businesses in the mall – as well as thousands of retailers across the district – are starting a custom opening based on the latest state guidelines, rather than what was expected to be the green light in the SLO County SMART Guide.

A week ago, we waited for the governor to tell us to carry out your plan, Horton said. She was thoughtful, very conscious, responsible and the community made a great contribution to this plan.

However, the speed with which the county was planning to reopen was reduced by a state car known as the Resistance Road Map, which now regulates all trade in California.

The eighth. On 1 May, the State lifted restrictions on certain retailers in California, with changes in line with health standards and measures to further curb the spread of VIDOCs-19.

The OLS-District introduced START leaders pending state approval of self-government to revitalize the local community and economy. So far, the efforts have been in vain and the management of START has ceased to exist.

In an open briefing on Friday, Wade Horton, the director of SLO County emergency services, announced his disappointment at the state’s rejection of the plan.

Our focus is on getting through and creating the necessary health potential, Mr. Horton said. We have also focused on the safe opening of our community and society.

The governance of START is the result of a concerted effort by stakeholders and elected district officials to restore the framework conditions characteristic of the ASO district, but ultimately requires the approval of the state.

The governor didn’t let us continue with our guide, said Horton, and since then he has set up his own schedule for the reopening, which is available online at

Horton wore mourning on his sleeve when he reported the state and provincial news.

The district has not been given local control to implement our START policies, Horton said. We remain under state control and subject to the Governor’s Resistance Roadmap. The Governor will implement his roadmap through the state regulatory authorities.

Without government approval, the direction of START is officially overtaken.

I’m disappointed, Mr. Horton. We were hoping we could continue to work with you to rediscover more of our workplaces and public spaces. The governor’s roadmap is still being updated, but on the basis of what is being published, employment recovery will take longer, delaying the recovery of some companies at different times.

One of the most sought-after industries in SLO County was the salon and beauty salon industry, which was addressed by California Governor Gavin Newsom as one of the primary sources of COWID-19 distribution.

Horton’s been bringing bad news all along.

Churches, salons, wine cellars and barber shops will not be open in the governor’s second phase, Horton said, before moving on to cultivated optimism. We will continue to advocate a safe, reasonable and responsible reopening.

According to the Government’s plan, the retail sector is considered to be a low-risk sector and the planning and logistics sector supporting the retail sector is also allowed to start its activities.

While the government’s scheme replaces all other recovery plans for the near future, it allows some jurisdictions that meet certain criteria to open shops and restaurants as early as next week. SLO County is hoping to move to the first round of the districts.

Today, the SLO County District Board of Directors approved an assessment describing how San Luis Obispo County meets the state’s criteria to move to the second stage of the national roadmap.

Once we have more information from the governor, we will announce when retail and food service operations can begin in the stores, Horton said.

The province has been using it since the 16th. The house order valid in March will not be renewed.

So far, we’ve maintained order in the district to allow for some local monitoring and local interpretation, Horton said. Because the governor sends the plan through the state, instructions from the district are no longer necessary.

The 16th. The district ordinance expires on 1 May, whereby the state ordinance exclusively regulates all local procedures and reopening rules.

We’ll keep you informed of the help as soon as we have the chance, Mr. Horton.

Under Horton’s many stage appearances during the Covid 19 pandemic, his most disgraceful behavior was greeted by an audience today.

Dr. Penny Borenstein, the district health inspector, brought Horton to the podium to update him three times a week on the state of health in the district, and confirmed some of the information provided by Horton.

The parts of the county plan that we hoped to move forward, we can’t carry out at the moment, Borenstein said. There were certain elements in our START guide where we were ready and willing to go faster, but at this point we take a break.

The news has not been so bad for the local economy, as the second phase of the state provides relief for the economy to begin reopening, as long as the province can get the government’s approval.

There are a number of areas in the second phase of the Governor’s work where we will be able to fully confirm our availability, Borenstein said. There are a number of areas in the second phase of the Governor’s work where we will be able to fully confirm our availability, Borenstein said.

Mrs Borenstein reiterated the criteria she used to confirm the preparedness of the SLA district, including epidemiological indicators, protection of key workers, hospital capacity, a plan for vulnerable groups in case of illness, a regional perspective and a plan to control infection by non-national visitors.

We’ve reviewed this certification form, completed it and submitted it to the state health department, Borenstein said.

The optimism of officials in the district they visited last week has become more realistic than the expectation that the state will adhere to strict criteria. This could be a problem for the district qualification.

There is one measure that is still under discussion in the state because we don’t see him in his purest form, Borenstein said, and that’s the number of cases we’ve seen in the last 14 days.

According to the criteria of the state, in order to move more quickly to the second phase, there should be no deaths in 14 periods and no more than one VIDOC-19 per 10,000 inhabitants. In the ASO district, where 280,000 people live, it is necessary that for two weeks in our district no more than 28 cases of KOVID-19 – on average no more than twice a day – have been identified. The current total duration of two weeks in the district is 49 weeks.

The conflict of interest between health and business, which persists from the first day of the state asylum notice, will remain a bone of contention between the parties to the new dispute, as the state criteria have now codified a figure that can be won.

However, Mr Borenstein said that SLO County was urging the State to set aside the statistics on the strict criteria and approve SLO County to move to the second stage on the basis of the spirit of the criteria. According to her, the district’s survey of the population, including MCC and households where a known case has been quarantined, showed an increase in the number of positive tests for people with mild or non-existent symptoms.

What I said… is that we really meet the criteria if you just look at our cases, which are transmission in the domestic environment, new sources of contamination, or travel-related contamination, and if you exclude areas or home transmission where we’ve already quarantined people, Borenstein said.

But there is another place where the province does not meet the state criteria, namely a minimum of 1.5 daily tests per 1,000 inhabitants, with the province lagging behind by about 30%.

Borenstein explained the mistake.

This element of the state certification form enabled us to investigate why we are not at the level of 1.5 per 1000, according to Borenstein. We’re at 1.1 per 1000, not 1.5, and the reason I think it’s appropriate now is that we’re not even filling all the available test slots… we’re heading in the right direction.

Dr. Borenstein confirmed his confidence that anyone who is potentially symptomatic and needs to be tested can be tested and that he will offer more tests in areas of the population that cannot be reached with current availability.

I don’t think the potential for testing is… is available to anyone currently suffering from this disease, Borenstein said.

The state standard of 1.5 per 1,000 inhabitants corresponds to at least 420 tests per day for the district. According to the certification, SLO County carries out about 300 tests a day on a regular basis.

Two new facilities, Paso Robles and Grover Beach, are capable of testing a total of 264 facilities per day, in addition to the district laboratory and the 11 district emergency stations.

It is encouraging for us that with the additional tests we have not seen an increase in the number of positive cases, said Mr. Borenstein, and this reflects my opinion on an important indicator for us: What percentage of all people tested have this disease? If we have a small positive momentum, that’s an encouraging sign.

Borenstein consistently led the ASO district with an aggressive attitude based on his assessment of the district’s state of health – which was fierce despite the state’s problems.

We will address the issue of the progressive opening again as soon as possible, according to Borenstein.

The Board of Directors and the district’s two hospital systems, Tenet and Dignity, have written letters to support the district’s progress.

We’re waiting for an answer from the Department of Health regarding our certification as well as our containment plan that was proposed with her, Borenstein said, but she said she was uncertain of the timing of the treatment.

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