ROADMAP TO RECOVERY (R2R)
On August 8, 2020, the State released a new blueprint for moving through the pandemic, a statewide, stringent, and slow plan for living with COVID-19 for the long-haul.
The Blueprint for a Safer Economy has with revised, risk-based criteria for loosening and tightening restrictions in counties based on their status. Learn more about the status of Del Norte County and the status of activities in Del Norte County
The State continues to announce reopening guidance for new sectors permitted to open and additional sectors that may reopen in counties with local variance. All sectors that are approved by the local Health Officer to reopen must create and submit a COVID-19 Operations Plan.
Del Norte County is working to progressively align with the State order and its new Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Guidelines below are based on the state's previous Readiness to Reopen plan, which had variance counties moving through stages of reopening.
Dr. Rehwaldt submitted our attestation and variance plan to the state on May 14th, 2020. You can read a copy of the BOS report and the attestation. The state-approved our local variance attestation on May 15, 2020. You can read our press release. You can find out more about county variance at the state website.
Updated July 10, 2020
View Del Norte County's working document of our Roadmap to Recovery (R2R) plan. This plan details how we expect to move through Stage Two of the state's Resilience Roadmap and is subject to changes and modifications as we move forward.