California’s Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. Mark Ghaly said on Tuesday that the state is on track to drop the longstanding tier restrictions that have limited capacity at businesses.“On June 15, the color-coded tier system…will no longer be in place,” said Ghaly.
More specifically, he added, “Certain things like capacity limits will no longer be in place in California cities.”Dr. Ghaly’s boss, Governor Gavin Newsom, promised in early April that the state would be getting rid of the tier system. “We’ll be opening up on June 15, this economy…business as usual,” said Newsom.
But beyond those broad strokes, the governor and his HHS secretary have not been very specific about what the state would look like after June 15.Newsom hasRead more on deadline.com