Virus restrictions ease and Coronado small businesses reopen

CORONADO (KUSI) – On Friday, Newsom eased the order and said roughly 70% of the state’s businesses can open with restrictions.

Weekend shoppers can visit bookstores, as well as stores for jewelry, toys, clothing, shoes, home supplies and furnishing, sporting goods, antiques and music. People can’t browse but must pick up purchases curbside. Car dealerships also got the nod, with some showroom restrictions.

Coronado Mayor Richard Bailey joined Good Morning San Diego to discuss small businesses reopening.

California is now in stage two of Newsom’s four-phase process. The governor on Friday did provide a glimmer of hope that phase three, which would allow reopening of such businesses as nail salons, isn’t far off. That phase would also allow for the reopening of churches, movie theaters and some hospitality services.



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