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Shelter-In-Place Orders Extended Once Again!

The Six Bay Area county Shelter-in-Place orders have been extended once again! On April 27, 2020, the Six Bay Area counties issued a joint statement announcing that the current Shelter-in-Place orders, which were set to expire on May 3, are to be extended until the end of May. Despite making strides to slow the spread of Covid-19, the updated Shelter-In-Place orders will largely keep the current restrictions in place. Although the Six Bay Area counties will attempt to begin to ease specific restrictions for a small number of lower-risk activities, however, any change in restrictions will be minimal.

As the Bay Area begins to move towards slowly re-opening, it is important as ever for employers to stay up to date about any changes to Shelter-In-Place requirements and to understand how these updates and new regulations will affect bringing employees back to work. If you have any questions about the updated Shelter-In-Place orders and discuss how to properly get your business back up and running again, please contact the Employer Lawyers at Chauvel & Glatt.

 

The material in this article, provided by Chauvel & Glatt, is designed to provide informative and current information as of the date of the post. It should not be considered, nor is it intended to constitute, legal advice or promise similar outcomes.  For information on your particular circumstances, please contact Chauvel & Glatt at 650-573-9500. (photo credit: 123rf.com)

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